A blockchain project that’s focused on building an ecosystem for NFTs, gaming, and the Metaverse has just secured a new partnership. The company, Funganomics, has signed a marketing partnership agreement with Polygon Studios in order to collaborate more closely in the years to come.
It’s being described as a perfect fit. While Polygon has over 39,000 projects in its ecosystem, Funganomics boasts a wide array of exciting technologies. The two companies are currently working on a new Layer 2 solution that is set to deliver scalability, sustainability, and reduced infrastructure costs for the Funganomics network.
Fungatopia is the glue that holds this crypto project together. It has been described as a multi-network, multi-format, and futureproof NFT marketplace because its goal is to deliver NFT drops directly to community members, partners, and community creators. What’s more, 0.6% of every sale is recirculated back into the ecosystem — with a treasury overseeing development and voting on a quarterly basis.
Funganomics is always willing to take suggestions for platform upgrades from members of the community because this feedback can help improve its current roadmap and vision for the future. The founders say they’re open-minded and willing to explore new ways to deliver utility. Funganomics‘ gaming division, FGS Games, boasts software that allows AAA games and Metaverses to be built in any format. This software is backed by patents.
Executives from FGS Games company say that their approach is way faster and cheaper than what the leading gaming companies offer — delivering real scalability to the ecosystem. They hope that in time, FGS Games will break the mold within the booming play-to-earn market.
This could not only unlock amazing experiences for gamers but also present great opportunities for developers and investors. The key goal for Funganomics is to enable third-party companies and creators to use our platform for game development, as well as add blockchain functionality.