GuardianLink Enters NFT Gaming with New Cricket Game

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The emergence of cryptocurrencies has unleashed a slew of new opportunities. More players are joining the digital market with their unique offerings now that non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are gaining popularity. The gaming sector, for example, has discovered a method to provide customers with a more engaging experience as a result of this technology. The newest to join the trend is Guardianlink, a non-fungible token (NFT) ecosystem technological platform. Jump. trade, a blockchain business located in Chennai, has announced its entry into the NFT gaming industry by introducing the world’s first play-to-earn cricket game.

On the website, it stated, “Build the largest cricket metaverse together in the web3 globe.” A user may construct stadiums, build their own NFTs, and train their pitches here. It plans to debut the game in the first quarter of 2022 (April, May, and June), claiming that it would “reinvent” cricket.

An NFT is a digital asset that can be exchanged online but cannot be reproduced and represents real-world things or their pieces, such as art, music, in-game goods, and films. Given the popularity of cricket, Guardianlink’s entry into the NFT gaming business is unsurprising, especially given how quickly Web 3.0 goods are changing the digital art and entertainment world.

GuardianLink, which was founded in 2016 by Keyur Patel, Ramkumar Subramaniam, Kameshwaran Elangovan, and Arjun Reddy, released its NFT marketplace architecture in 2020 and now supports over 40 NFT marketplaces across the world. Guardianlink, which has been dubbed one of the top NFT platforms, offers to provide high-end customizable launchpads for artists, gamers, and celebrities. It is also the brains behind Beyond Life, one of India’s highest-grossing NFT marketplaces. Amitabh Bachchan, Stan Lee, and the first-ever metaverse wedding NFT collection have all used Guardianlink to power their NFT endeavors.

Guardianlink recently made headlines after raising $12 million in Series A investment headed by Kalaari Capital. The funds will be used to develop the company’s global footprint. Its operations in Singapore and Japan have already been established.

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