Animoca, WeMade, Samsung Next back Web3 studio to develop open-source games

Animoca, WeMade, Samsung Next back Web3 studio to develop open-source games

The company plans to use the funds to build a gaming ecosystem based on Libplanet blockchain technology. Community-driven gaming firm, Planetarium Labs, has raised $32 million in Series A funding, backed by Animoca Brands, Samsung Next and WeMade. The funds will be used to build a blockchain-based gaming ecosystem in which players can participate in the game network while also allowing members of the community a seat at the table.According to the announcement on Thursday, the firm is developing a gaming environment based on Libplanet blockchain technology, allowing gamers to join the game....


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