Gamium is introducing a decentralized video gaming platform that integrates the concepts of Web3, Metaverse, premium video gaming, and gamification in the crypto area. Gamium is a Web3 and Metaverse technology business intention of creating the first Metaverse that unites the two domains, allowing avatars and multi-metaverse assets to work together. The mission is to take metaverse gaming to the next level by combining premium gaming with gamification, hence the name – Gamium.
The launch follows a staged roadmap that starts with the sale of metaverse land this quarter (Q1 2022), with the complete metaverse video game anticipated to be gone for the end of the year (2022). Between these dates, the Gamium group is preparing to reveal a series of functions and platform add-ons containing NFTs for the metaverse’s avatars application, the MST community release, and the first airdrop for $GMM, the communities native token.
The Gamium team carries many gaming and IT experience to the table. Alberto and Alejandro Rosas, the two co-CEOs, have proficiencies in mathematics, software engineering, and data science and have been involved in the crypto area since 2016. IDOs on Vent Finance (February 25) and DAO Maker (March 4), two successful fundraisings, each raised $200,000, have spurred these evolutions.
Alberto Rosas, the co-founder of Gamium, stated, “We began this initiative since we recognized a gap in the present social platforms that are required to be filled. We dislike how these big platforms function and provide value to society. We understood that combining web3 with digital identities in a 3D environment would greatly progress our digital interactions. Thus, we originated Gamium with that objective in mind.”
Bridging the Gap Between Web 3 and the Metaverse
The Gamium team has designed numerous innovative ways that depart from typical Metaverse design to accomplish its goal of integrating Web3 with the Metaverse. This is reflected in the ecosystem’s two key features: avatars and the metaverse.
Each user can build an Avatar, which is a digital identity that can be used across all Metaverse and Web3 applications, letting users move their identities between metaverses as required. Gamium has also created an interoperable SDK to simplify it for people worldwide to create content. This means that both the material and the tools used to make it are transferable.
Lastly, Gamium is behind the “Socialize to Earn (S2E)” remuneration process. This revolutionary socialization technology allows avatars to benefit from their social interactions in the real world. In other words, users are rewarded for building social interactions amongst Avatars.
Author: To The Verge Team
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