Tap Project (“TTT”) is excited to announce that they have joined the largest coalition of companies promoting blockchain gaming and non-fungible tokens (NFT’s) within the gaming industry: the BGA or the Blockchain Game Alliance.
The list of companies that are included among them are notable names such as Ubisoft, ConsenSys, Animoca, AMD, Atari and many more.
The BGA’s goal is to spread awareness about blockchain technologies while encouraging adoption by fostering new ways to create, publish, play, and build strong communities around games.
By joining the BGA this provides the Tap Project the opportunity for strategic partnerships, industry collaborations, speaking opportunities and awareness for the Tap Projects blockchain gaming initiatives within the space.
“We believe that in order to truly disrupt the gaming industry, it is necessary to combine the efforts of many and work together to a unified goal,” said Haniff Knight, Co-Founder of the Tap Project. “By joining the Blockchain gaming alliance this provides an opportunity to realize many of the goals and visions we had within the space and being around likeminded companies and projects can help all projects spread awareness and innovate together.”
The Tap Project believes that bridging the gap between traditional gaming and new blockchain concepts allows gamers to grasp blockchain technology in a way that they are familiar with. This broader approach provides education for gamers, developers and the industry at large. By partnering with the BGA, The Tap Project will be apart of a larger community committed to changing the way we play and the future of gaming.
About Tap Project
The Tap Project is a revolutionary blockchain platform that aims to decentralize the gaming industry by providing gamers and developers with options when it comes to virtual currencies. Gamers are able to convert and transfer their in-game currencies across multiple platforms and games. The Tap plugin built for Unity and Unreal, increases discoverability, engagement, cross-platform play and revenue for developers using a tiered transactional revenue model.