Spielworks, a leading blockchain startup specialising in gaming and decentralised finance (DeFi) solutions, has announced its first partnership in the BNB Chain ecosystem. The company has integrated its multi-chain gaming-oriented Wombat Wallet with MineCrypto, a leading play-to-earn (P2E) Minecraft server.
With the integration, gamers using the Wombat Wallet can now use it to log in at the MineCrypto server and join its bustling P2E economy. MineCrypto’s $MCR token and native NFTs join the ranks of digital assets that Wombat Wallet natively supports. MineCrypto will, for its part, promote Spielworks as a featured partner in its materials.
Spielworks announced integrating the Wombat Wallet with the BNB Chain, a leading public layer-1 blockchain developed by Binance, one of the world’s largest centralised digital asset exchanges, earlier this year. The integration opened the network with an estimated total value locked of almost $9 billion for gamers looking to explore the titles built on one of the most popular platforms for decentralised applications.
“With its high scalability and low fees, the BNB Chain is a go-to network for smart contract builders. We are thrilled to be pushing into this ecosystem by partnering with a project that leverages one of the biggest videogames ever to spearhead P2E gaming. Minecraft’s creator-focused design is perfect for integrating the blockchain and digital ownership, setting the stage for a player-led and player-driven economy,” Adrian Krion, CEO of Spielworks, said.
“Minecrypto is excited to partner with Wombat and onboard new crypto users to our server and show them the limitless possibilities of crypto. Partnering with Wombat makes sense because our projects share similar goals of wanting to bring new users into the space of GameFi,” Nic Krystynak, Head of Growth and Marketing, said.