Oasys, a game-focused blockchain has announced its partnership with KDDI Corp, one of the top three telecom companies in Japan, which will propel the mass adoption of blockchain gaming to new heights.
The blockchain-based game development platform has elevated its ecosystem by integrating a range of KDDI’s features.
Under this cooperation, the platform has integrated into the “αU market,” an NFT marketplace, and “αU Wallet” provided by KDDI. From now on, Oasys users can offer NFTs in the “αU market”, manage NFTs in the “αU wallet”, transfer, and deposit OAS tokens with “αU Wallet”.
Not only that, the integration also gives developers who build on Oasys access to KDDI’s massive user base.
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Oasys Users Now Have Access to KDDI’s Massive User Base
The integration of KDDI’s extensive customer base with Oasys customers is said to enable significant advancements in the widespread adoption of blockchain gaming. On the other hand, the backup and filtering features of αU Wallet can help Oasys to reduce the first obstacles for inexperienced individuals to enter the cryptocurrency and NFT market.
Oasys is a blockchain-based game development that offers a scalable Layer 1 hub and specialized Layer 2 using Ethereum’s Layer 2 scaling solution. It develops an ecosystem with a secure and scalable blockchain infrastructure for creating more efficient, secure, and interoperable games.
As Oasys is trying to revolutionize the gaming industry, the platform solves the challenges that game developers face when building blockchain-based games by focusing on creating an ecosystem for gamers and developers to distribute and develop games.
Its approach includes a fast network powered by the gaming community, a scalable network powered by AAA game developers, and a blockchain that provides user experience with fast transactions and zero gas fees.
Meanwhile, KDDI is a leading Japanese telecommunications company, renowned for its cutting-edge technological solutions and extensive network infrastructure.
The collaboration of two companies comes after KDDI launched the metaverse and Web3 service “αU (Alpha You)” in March, aiming to build an environment where anyone can become a creator.
According to both companies, this move is to strengthen the position of both brands for the increasing adoption of blockchain games and dApps. This integration will open access to KDDI’s massive customer base for Oasys users, allowing substantial progress toward the mass adoption of blockchain games.
Moreover, αU Wallet’s backup and filtering functions align with Oasys’ mission to lower the entry barrier for novice users into the cryptocurrency and NFT space. Thus, these features will allow even newcomers to navigate NFTs and cryptocurrencies confidently.
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This integration is a part of KDDI’s broader Web3 initiatives. KDDI also has announced its participation in Oasys as a network validator. In addition, KDDI has also participated as a judge in Oasys’ HACKJAM hackathon held in Tokyo from June to July this year, contributing to the growth of the Oasys ecosystem.
As it strongly focuses on innovation and a commitment to providing reliable and secure connectivity, KDDI plays a pivotal role in shaping the future of telecommunications. Therefore, leveraging the strengths of KDDI in its telecommunications business will open various possibilities for collaboration in the future.
Oasys focuses on bridging Web2 and Web3 gaming and it finds robust support in KDDI’s strong presence in the telecommunications segment.
As KDDI continues to provide infrastructure and content-related partnerships, Oasys will leverage KDDI’s knowledge of the fusion of new technologies and communication to create new and exciting experiences through 5G communication and AR/MR technologies.
Oasys and KDDI said that both organizations will continue to explore mutually beneficial collaborations in the future to build a bridge between Web2 users and the Web3 realm.
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