Imagine a future where a player is able to rent an in-game item via blockchain, giving them tools to pass a difficult level, or borrow an NFT that gives them the ability to try a new game on their wishlist.
Such a feature is one that Polemos co-founder Richard McLaren is hoping will one day become the norm, along with an economy where players rent out their in-game assets for a fee.
In an interview with Cointelegraph, McLaren announced a new partnership between his gaming infrastructure service Polemos and fantasy battle game Illuvium, a move he said would help break down barriers for players looking to get started on Illivium’s platform.
“It just represents a much easier entry point…
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