If blockchain gaming wants AAA status, then it needs AAA security

Blockchain gaming is coming for the console crown. Forget Xbox and PlayStation, Web3 is creating premier titles, curating ecosystems and wielding distribution and decision-making power. Better yet, gaming sidechains and communities — from Ronin to Avalanche — go one step further to offer much-needed stickiness in asset ownership, personalized identities and vibrant economies. 

This level of integration and cohesion is unparalleled in traditional gaming, setting the stage for more immersive experiences and new earning opportunities. But there’s a problem. 

Recent hacks highlight blockchain gaming’s growing pains, casting an urgent focus on the need for robust user protection…

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