Recently, MixMarvel joined the Ethereum Community Fund and became the 7th ecosystem partner of ECF following Cosmos、OmiseGo、Golem、WEB3 Foundation、MakerDAO、Status. MixMarvel is the first globally recognized blockchain game developer and distributor that became an ecosystem partner of the ECF. With the grant provided by MixMarvel, ECF and MixMarvel will jointly move forward with the mass adoption of Ethereum based dApps, advance technical solution to help more developers involve in Ethereum blockchain development and enlarge the impact of blockchain game on the Ethereum blockchain network.
As a nonprofit initiative, the ECF is committed to providing financial support and strategic guidance to projects working on various aspects in the blockchain: critical infrastructure and research, developer experience and tooling, open-source development advocacy, educational initiatives, and responsible community growth.
As the first blockchain gaming project presented in ECF, MixMarvel is the world’s leading blockchain game publishing platform, committed to creating the next generation of gaming powered blockchain technology. MixMarvel launched several high-quality blockchain games such as HyperDragons, HyperSnakes and helped a series of high-quality gaming project transition into the blockchain gaming track.
MixMarvel’s joining ECF can not only enable the ecosystem construction of ECF, but also help MixMarvel expand the international market. In August, MixMarvel will go to Berlin and attend Web3 to attract more developers for the MixMarvel ecosystem as well as bring MixMarvel products globally.
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