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Vaionex launches new gaming branch as it sees continued growth

Advanced blockchain solutions company Vaionex has launched Vaionex Gaming – a new branch of the company which aims to integrate Bitcoin into many of the most popular games and make game development easier.

Advanced blockchain solutions company Vaionex has launched Vaionex Gaming – a new branch of the company which aims to integrate Bitcoin into many of the most popular games and make game development easier.

Chief Marketing Officer and Head of Gaming, Adam Bishop, notes that Vaionex operates several core products and joint ventures that all relate to BSV. The recently launched Vaionex gaming division includes integration with the popular first-person shooter video game CounterStrike, allowing gamers to earn money for each kill in-game, with bonus rewards for performing other tasks.

Players are rewarded $0.01 per kill they get in-game. The more you play, the more satoshis you stack up. In their beta version, good players can earn up to $0.2 per game. After 10 in-form games that could be $2.00, just for playing Counterstrike. Bishop noted that Vaionex plans to offer ‘bonus hours’ which offer more rewards to encourage more people to sign up at the same time.

This system has been developed on the Relysia blockchain API, and after each kill, a user will instantly receive a payment of $0.01 to their Relysia wallet. Users also get an in-game notification telling them that they have been paid.

Bishop also noted that the process of setting up an account is painless, and users are only required to download the game and change their name to the correct Paymail address. More details about signing up can be found here.

Growing Vaionex

Bishop said that plans are in place to expand their network beyond CounterStrike to other popular games such as Starcraft as the team expands.

He added that Vaionex is currently in the process of expanding its gaming team and plans to hire more Unity and Unreal Engine (both gaming engines) developers to encourage active game development on the Bitcoin blockchain.

Recent tests conducted by Vaionex show that the team is more than prepared for this growth after a series of tests saw it pass more than 105 million transactions over just two days.

‘That was mostly a test of our infrastructure to see how many transactions we can push in 24 hours and test the limits of what the chain is capable of. Throughout that period of sustained volume, we were able to stay very stable with very few issues.

It also helped us see what parts of the infrastructure will need to be strengthened and what more we need to do.’

Bishop also announced that the group will be expanding its team in India which will see it expanding to more than 80 developers to its team. This will also give it a larger platform to take on new projects and contracts going forward, he said.

‘We are making very good progress with our open NFT platform, called OpenFT, and it will be made available open-source and available to the Bitcoin community. Our idea is that by giving this valuable IP to the community, we can really pick up the innovation in the NFT market space.’

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