DeFi and NFT move from decentralized e-sports app

Decentralized sharing economy protocol that hosts a mobile e-sports platform; Announced that it will start offering DeFi and NFT features.

ESportStars; A decentralized application (DApp), the flagship of the TimeCoinProtocol ecosystem, a platform that connects professional gamers with their followers. A large number of popular games are supported, including Fortnite, Call of Duty Mobile, and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.

Anyone interested in the industry can participate in gaming tournaments via ESportStars. So much so that the alpha version of DApp has already reached 10 thousand users. In the coming months, a number of new features will be added to make the platform users a place where they can interact with each other and enjoy each other’s friendships. Multilingual support in 31 countries is on the way, and administrators are planning to add more than a thousand games around the world.

The ESportStars team says that everyday users want to play games with talented professionals, learn new tactics and get coaching support to develop their strategies. It is hoped that over time the platform will become the mainstay of the sharing economy. While making it possible to specialize in games, a user interface will be presented where like-minded users can compete. Also, amateur players will be given a chance to showcase their skills and gain fame.

Taking part on YouTube

Another goal is to include popular names in the project and generate market share from YouTube views. Over time, ESportStars hopes to provide creators with enough financial means to earn a living without having to commission a substantial part of their fees to the tech giant.

TimeCoinProtocol, which takes its infrastructure from the Ethereum blockchain network, will pay the names involved in the project with TimeCoin, its local token. The cryptocurrency can be used as a means of payment for goods and services in all DApps created on this network, including eSportStars. Thus, an ecosystem that can pay to play one-on-one games with the best YouTubers is established.

One of the issues that has grown in popularity recently is the power of unique tokens (non-fungible tokens, NFT), which have the potential to change the game world as never before. Until now, players haven’t had enough say over the in-game items they buy. Assets could not be moved from game to game. It could not be sold to others either. NFTs make all these features and much more possible. NFT technology enables eSportStars to serve as the marketplace.


Improving the sharing economy

Many of the best-known sharing economy platforms have changed, including Fiverr, Uber, Airbnb, and WeWork, according to the team behind TimeCoinProtocol. Such platforms have dominated their respective industries. This made it difficult for competitors to attract buyers and sellers.

TimeCoinProtocol aims to make it easier for developers and entrepreneurs to create their own sharing economy applications or services. It is hoped that eSportStars will become a wider platform, contribute to the industry with its current successful progress.

Globalway, the company behind TimeCoinProtocol, is responsible for the development of TimeTicket, a platform and popular ecosystem where users can share their skills and transfer their knowledge in 30-minute packs. The goal is very simple: To enable individual potential to become a value. TimeTicket currently has more than 450 thousand users in its mobile market. These users will have the opportunity to make the most of TimeCoinProtocol after it becomes a DApp.

TimeCoin is currently listed on BitForex and is scheduled to be listed on BitMart on March 24.

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