Even prior to the release of usernames and the decentralized API, smaller gaming companies are already integrating Dash for blockchain payments.
And because Dash offers instant settlement of payments (yes, you read that correctly), this means it can become attractive for gaming enterprises to tokenize their players’ in-game earnings via the Dash cryptocurrency.
Fast forward to today, nearly five years later, and the Dash network is soon to become the first blockchain payment system that checks the third box: optimization for the end user.
Gaming + (The Optimized) Blockchain Experience: A Match Made in Heaven In 2015, the founder of Dash, Evan Duffield, did something radical: he asked his mom to send him a payment.
If all goes according to plan, the gaming companies above (and those who follow their lead) will keep utilizing Dash and other second-wave blockchain networks, and we’ll never have to see a headline about a gaming (or any other) enterprise dropping blockchain payments again.