Kronoverse is building CryptoFights, an esports fighting platform that’s based on the Bitcoin SV blockchain where competitors can win cash and users can place bets.
CryptoFights has just concluded its second beta test and could well be released along with the Kronoverse platform later this year. The CryptoFights game is built using Kronoverse software, which adds a layer to game development to allow for the use of blockchain, adding massive potential for gaming monetization. Other developers will also be able to build on the Kronoverse platform taking advantage of a number of features including permanently stored game data and game reply, live broadcasting, cash tournaments, in-game asset tokenization, metaverse building, and esports betting.
Bitcoin SV blockchain’s Potential
Founder and CEO Adam Kling presented at the recent CoinGeek conference in London. He gave updates on the Kronoverse and CryptoFights projects and also talked about the potential of the Bitcoin SV blockchain. The Kronoverse platform and thus CryptoFights use the underlying blockchain network of Bitcoin SV. It’s a project that takes inspiration from Bitcoin creator Satohi Nakamoto’s original plans for the cryptocurrency and blockchain technology. Bitcoin SV, although behind other networks