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PlayFi announces plans to start a Polygon PoS network node license presale

source-logo  cryptonewsz.com 24 May 2024 14:20, UTC

PlayFi has announced its plans to roll out a presale event for node license on Polygon. This officially marks the entry of the AI-powered data network. PlayFi has called this a pivotal moment, reflecting a blended vision of Blockchain and gaming. Notably, this is not the first time Blockchain and gaming have come together. What makes this development interesting is that another player in the gaming industry has realized the potential of Blockchain technology.

Franklin Mongiove, the Head of Partnerships at PlayFi, has said that it can play an important role in creating renewed innovation in gaming. Franklin has further stated that the development creates a situation where Blockchain and gaming can be used to deliver a better gaming experience. They have shed light on their goal, which is to see cohesion among gaming studios and traditional gamers on the rails of Web3.

The presale by PlayFi on Polygon comes with two important benefits. First, it commits to granting users exclusive access to tier-one pricing on the Polygon network. Second, owners of the node license will be eligible to receive incentives that will enable them to carry out three tasks necessary to operate the PlayFi network: ingesting, verifying, and storing data from AAA and independent games in Web2 and Web3. One can read about some of the best crypto presales to better understand the concept behind the event.

PlayFi sports two core components: PlayChain and PlayBase. Both components help PlayFi stand out in the market compared to other players.

PlayChain is a zkEVM Blockchain known for being secure, cost-effective, and scalable. It supports innovative features and fast transactions. PlayBase is driven by AI and is at the core of the ecosystem. Using cutting-edge AI technology, it efficiently optimizes data uploading and inter-node communication.

Moving forward, PlayFi has said it will continue working with the Polygon community to create innovation with cross-chain interactions for game players and builders.

The announcement has had little effect on MATIC, a token native to the Polygon ecosystem. It is down by 2.42% in the last 24 hours and is listed at $0.7181 at the time of writing this article. However, it marks an upswing of 1.37% in the last 7 days and a decline of 4.635 in the last 30 days. Most of the trades in the last 30 days have been in the red for MATIC.

The market cap is down by 2.41%, but a significant surge in 24-hour trading volume of 84.68%.

PlayFi announcing the launch of a presale event for node lice on Polygon PoS Network is a crucial moment. It marks an expansion in the ecosystem of Polygon and the first such move by PlayFi.