Playnance Launches PlayBlock for Web3 Gaming Experience

Playnance Launches PlayBlock for Web3 Gaming Experience

Playnance Launches PlayBlock for Web3 Gaming Experience

Playnance has launched PlayBlock, a play-to-earn Web3 game, utilizing Gelato’s Rollup-as-a-Service (RaaS) platform.

Using Gelato’s Rollup-as-a-Service (RaaS) platform, PlayBlock, developed by Playnance, a play-to-earn Web3 game based on Polygon, became live. PlayBlock’s mission is to facilitate permanent gasless gameplay by offering white-labelling options to game developers and facilitating smooth platform connections. Early April is slated as the launch date for PlayBlock’s mainnet, according to the release.  

Game makers may stay linked to the platform while making design choices with PlayBlock. The technology streamlines the registration process for players by creating a profile that lets them access all of the games in the ecosystem with one set of credentials, including their identity, achievements, and digital assets.

Roman Levi, Playnance’s CTO, informed the media that the company’s unveiling of its dedicated Layer-3 solution was a significant milestone on the road to becoming a top web3 gaming platform. We aim to simplify the web3 space while still providing users with the advantages of on-chain gaming and the enjoyment and ease of use of classic games. In addition to improving transparency, equity, and ownership of in-game assets, our method enables developers to create games straight on the blockchain, which is more user-friendly and makes the game more immersive. 

Using Arbitrum Nitro’s rollup technology, the PlayBlock chain will be built atop Gelato’s RaaS platform. This platform will offer the PlayBlock ecosystem features such as relayers, VRF, functions, and account abstraction. Developers can now build user-friendly games on top of the blockchain, which improves things like ownership of in-game items, transparency, and fairness. With the help of Arbitrum Anytrust technology, the PlayBlock chain can process a huge number of transactions per second with a block time of under 250 ms and near-instant finality.

In addition, PlayBlock has developed the PBG token, which uses Orbit’s built-in gas token feature to do away with gas fees. They also intend to launch the USDP stablecoin, which will help with volatility and give players payments tied to the dollar. The integration of Gelato’s relayer into the PlayBlock Layer 3 chain improves the gaming experience by decreasing the need for frequent wallet confirmations. An ERC-4337-based self-custodial native wallet, PlayWall, will soon be available from PlayBlock.

Blending Web2 and Web3 gaming, Playnance expands its reach.

Using blockchain technology for social login, self-custody solutions, and a crypto bridging mechanism, the Playnance ecosystem connects Web2 and Web3 gaming. At this time, the Playnance ecosystem handles approximately $450 million in paid-out transactions, with over 200,000 transactions processed every day. 

With the goal of attaining scalability and improved bandwidth to support an economy of more gamers, Playnance intends to move towards a multi-chain architecture on Arbitrum Orbit in the future. This will involve growing several horizontally interconnected PlayBlock Layer 3 chains. The solution will include a shared sequencer to enable seamless cross-chain interoperability, according to the business. 

The mission of Playnance’s chief technology officer, Roman Levi, is to “combine the benefits of Web3 on-chain gaming with the fun and accessibility of traditional games, all without the web3 complexity.” This ambitious goal inspires the company’s ambition.

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