The French company Ultra , is one of the supporters of technology blockchain, as he believes it can help distribute the games and also help them Gamers. And now Ultra is partnering with their giant video games Ubisoft, to validate transactions on its blockchain.
Ultra has its own blockchain, known as UOS, which is a branch of EOSIO, and Ubisoft is the first major video game company to serve as a corporate block producer during the Ultra trial period. So, in essence, Ubisoft is helping Ultra make sure its blockchain technology works properly. This is a particularly important move, as other video game companies avoid doing so.
Block producers provide the appropriate infrastructure necessary to validate transactions made on the Ultra blockchain. These transactions will include, for example, ownership transfers between players or payments. It is very important for Ultra to work with block producers, who are willing and able to develop their new environment, in addition to completing the technical validation work.
“Since Ubisoft is already a leader in the gaming industry and demonstrates its commitment to exploring blockchain as a viable gaming technology, we are very excited to announce the first such collaboration with it. The rich portfolio of Ubisoft's world-renowned brands, including Assassin’s Creed, Just Dance and Far Cry, demonstrate their commitment to creating quality content for everyone and their long-term commitment to exploring blockchain technology ensures that they have the knowledge and skills to be excellent block producers, ”said Nicolas Gilot, co-managing director Ultra consultant.
For its part, Ubisoft said: “Our team at the Strategic Innovation Lab firmly believe that any use of Blockchain that offers value to players is worth supporting and Ultra offers a solution that does just that. During this first trial, we hope to help them bring it to scale and experiment with the opportunities it opens up for its industry. Gaming"
“We're on a mission to shake up the video game industry by bringing the power back into their hands. developers and gamers, ”Gilot said. "We are preparing the way for one platform first-class game releases and we couldn't do it without the support of companies like Ubisoft. "
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