IOST Foundation Partners with Blockchain Game Publisher INFUN

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The Internet of Services Foundation, widely known as the IOST Foundation, has entered into a partnership with the prominent publisher in the space of blockchain games, INFUN. As a course of the collaboration, INFUN is going to release a thrilling role-playing game on the IOST platform in the upcoming month. The update was shared with the blockchain community by the IOST Foundation through an official Twitter announcement dated September 13, 2019.

Divulging more information about this new development, the Foundation has also published a detailed Medium blog post. As per the blog post, the thrilling role-playing game to be released by INFUN on IOST is titled “Eternal Fafnir.” The game lets players call for a variety of warriors for challenging evil monsters. It also enables the players to collect equipment and items. More information about the game will be shared soon, stated the blog.

It is important to note that earlier in the ongoing month, INFUN had joined IOST officially with over 2.1M votes as the selected partner node. The blog reveals that INFUN will leverage its resources and products in the industry of blockchain gaming to assist IOST with retention and acquisition of users. Moreover, INFUN will also play a significant role in the growth of the IOST ecosystem by not only maintaining but also expanding its current community.

About INFUN

INFUN, established in May last year, is committed to blockchain technology’s development as well as mass adoption. It excels in developing games with fantasy themes. INFUN’s ‘TronRaider’ and ‘Imperial Throne’ have garnered extensive recognition on a global level.

About IOST

IOST is a decentralized and ultra-fast blockchain network that is based on the Proof of Believability algorithm. It has a strong global presence with its offices in Tokyo, Beijing, Seoul, San Francisco, Berlin, Singapore, and New York. What’s interesting is, IOST went on to become one of the Big Four Public Chains for decentralized applications alongside EOS, Ethereum and Tron within a span of only two months post its mainnet launch. It has surpassed Ethereum already in terms of transaction numbers on its network.