Tendermint, an open network infrastructure provider that focuses on the Cosmos blockchain ecosystem, and the Interchain Foundation (ICF) today announced a partnership with Fortar, a blockchain platform builder for video games.
As a key contributor to the Cosmos Network, Tendermint’s partnership with Fort creates blockchain gaming accessibility for all developers and gamers who can easily integrate their gaming ecosystems with the Cosmos Interactable Blockchain Network.
“With nearly three billion gamers around the world and a lot of interest in NFT, the partnership with Fort will help bring Cosmos to a wider audience and solidify our position as a leading blockchain ecosystem. We want to make it easier for game developers and players to join the Cosmos community, “said Peng Zhang, CEO of Tendermint.
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Forty provides blockchain infrastructure for game developers and players, such as cryptocurrency wallets that store virtual assets and NFT in a secure, easy-to-use and fully compatible package.
“We are thrilled to be partnering with Cosmos to bring their technology to our community of developers, players and fans,” said Josh Williams, CEO and co-founder of Force. “Our alignment in scalability, usability and inter-operability makes them an ideal partner in creating a more sustainable and equitable ecosystem for games, and the billions of people who play it.”
Earlier this year, Fort’s team raised 185 185 million in Series A funding led by Griffin Gaming Partners and built more than 25 game developers on Fort’s platform, including pioneers Will Wright (Simcity, The Sims), Jeff Tunnel (Starsis), Social City), and High-Res Studio (Smite, Paladin).
To date, Fort has created more than 10 million wallets, more than 5 million NFTs, and more than 8 million monthly active users in its partner games.
“Fort and Cosmos share an approach to applications and economics built around an emotional community. Now that the technology is mature, I’m thrilled to be working with Forter, who can bring next-generation game developers and users into the mainstream of Cosmos gaming.
Cosmos developers will work with Fort to ensure that all third-party game developers on the Forty platform can access Cosmos technology and easily integrate their games into the Cosmos network.
Plus, Fort will add ATMs and other cosmos-enabled resources, such as Stablecoin, to the Forty network for users to use as payment, liquidity, or collateral, greatly increasing the usefulness of ATM tokens and helping to create a better experience. Developers and players. Cosmos Hub’s wallets and accounts will also be integrated into the Freight Wallet architecture.