Oasys and ConsenSys Form Strategic Partnership to Build a Better Web3 Gaming Experience

Oasys and ConsenSys Form Strategic Partnership to Build a Better Web3 Gaming Experience

ConsenSys, a blockchain technology company, has partnered with Oasys, a blockchain developed for web3 gaming. This strategic partnership aims to enable mass adoption of web3 gaming by strengthening the network infrastructure, reduce friction between wallets and gaming blockchains.

How Exactly Could They Achieve That?

ConsenSys and Oasys plan to do this by following some simple steps, which are:

  • ConsenSys will provide infrastructure support as the Oasys network expands.
  • Oasys will encourage new gamers to use MetaMask as the preferred wallet solution. 

With these two steps, many people will get a more streamlined end-to-end experience from wallet setup to gaming ecosystems. However, it doesn’t end there, as the steps above will surely attract many users but not enough!

  • Seamless network switching
  • Automatic digital asset recognition
  • Simple visualization of transaction status and history

These will also help to enhance the experience for blockchain gamers!

“Despite all of the recent improvements across the blockchain ecosystem to make it more user-friendly, we know that friction still exists. We’re looking forward to working with Oasys to join the dots between wallets, in-game payments and asset recognition to understand what is needed to better serve the community. The partnership will be the first step towards building the seamless transitions that will attract a whole new cohort of gamers onto Web3.”

Masa Kakiya, ConsenSys Director 

There are also some notable names backing up this partnership. YGG founder Gabby Dizon, who is also a co-founder of Oasys, will support this project together with Hironobu Ueno which is the founder of double jump.tokyo a blockchain game developer and NFT solution provider.

“Gaming is always where innovation happens first and this is especially true when it comes to UIUX. We know that gamers are driven by fun – they want to have simple systems that enable play and will switch off if there is too much friction. Despite the growing user base of blockchain gaming, uptake is being stalled by the existing infrastructure which has yet to catch up to the standard expected by gamers. By taking a gamer-first approach, we hope to develop the infrastructure that will create a more user-friendly and welcoming environment, enticing more players to join and contribute to greater growth.”

Daiki Moriyama, Oasys Director