Strategic Partnership with SolChicks — BlockchainSpace
Dear SolChicks fam,
We’re proud to announce that we have partnered with BlockchainSpace, a hub for play-to-earn guilds within the Metaverse community. BlockchainSpace envisions to become a leading data and financial hub for play-to-earn guilds, to provide guilds with the ability to scale and enable their communities to access play-to-earn games.
BlockchainSpace will bring SolChicks to its community of over 4000 guilds to participate in the play-to-earn opportunities to an even greater audience, and providing the necessary tools for guilds to integrate into the SolChicks ecosystem.
BlockchainSpace was founded to support play-to-earn guilds with the tools and resources to grow and operate, through the provision of systems to manage their community of players, analytics to improve performance, and financing to expand their abilities.
Notable angel investors of BlockchainSpace include co-founders of Axie Infinity and The Sandbox, who recognised the role of guilds in allowing more gamers to participate in the play-to-earn space, and the solutions from BlockchainSpace to address the growing pains of these guilds. BlockchainSpace offers bots, data feeds, and interfaces to streamline guild operations, as well as token incentivised academies and e-sports leagues to drive the growth of play-to-earn games.
The SolChicks team is excited to be partnering with BlockchainSpace to empower guilds within the metaverse and to facilitate more individuals to experience the SolChicks universe!
SolChicks is the fastest growing and largest P2E in the Solana ecosystem, with a team of over 100 members, including a blue-chip game development team who have previously brought to market titles such as MapleStory, PUBG, Dungeon Fighter and Tera, and a business management team from institutions such as Wharton and McKinsey & Company.
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