Horizen Partners with Dot Arcade NFT Game Following the Mainnet Activation of their Zero-Knowledge Blockchain Platform
The partnership will explore bringing new play-to-earn games and NFT assets to Horizen.
Horizen, the zero-knowledge network of blockchains, announced a partnership with Dot Arcade NFT Games, a blockchain gaming platform designed to combine arcade and MOBA genres to allow players to earn NFTs across a multitude of highly interactive games by competing with others in teams or individually.
Using Zendoo, Horizen’s zero-knowledge-enabled blockchain deployment solution, Dot Arcade will explore building its game and NFTs to Horizen, enabling gamers to store and trade in-game NFT assets on top of the most secure blockchain network.
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This partnership further expands Horizen’s influence in the gaming space by teaming up with Dot Arcade’s experienced game developers to introduce more play-to-earn games to its fast-growing ecosystem.
“Dot Arcade’s team features some of the most talented and experienced developers in the mobile gaming space. We are excited to work together to enable them to deploy games on our blockchain network and form the foundation for a new vibrant gaming economy.” – Rob Viglione, co-founder of Horizen.
Dot Arcade aims to push its gaming platform to the next level through blockchain technology. The team will leverage Horizen’s cutting-edge cross-chain protocol, Zendoo, to help form an expansive metaverse gaming economy like The Sandbox.
“Having worked in the gaming space for over a decade, our team is always seeking to adopt cutting edge technologies to advance our users’ gaming experience. When we saw what Horizen is doing with their modular blockchain architecture and zero-knowledge solutions, we knew we had to explore how we could leverage this technology to upgrade our platform for Web3 audiences” – Binh Luong, Co-founder and CEO of Dot Arcade.
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