The blockchain project that is building an ecosystem for the future of NFTs, games, and the Metaverse has revealed an exciting new partnership.
Funganomics has signed a marketing partnership agreement with Polygon Studios – and plans to work closely together in the coming years.
It is described as perfectly adequate. While Polygon has over 39,000 projects in its ecosystem, Funganomics boasts a wide range of exciting technologies.
A new Layer 2 solution for Funganomics that is set to provide scalability, sustainability, and lower infrastructure costs is currently in the works.
Fungatopia is at the beating heart of this crypto project, which has been described as a multi-network, multi-format and future NFT market.
Its goal is simple: to deliver NFT drops directly to community members, partners, and community creators. Crucially, 0.6% of every sale is recycled into the ecosystem – with the Treasury Department overseeing development and voting on a quarterly basis.
Funganomics says it’s always open to platform upgrade suggestions and voting from community members — not least because feedback can enhance the project’s current roadmap and vision for the future. The founders say they are open and willing to explore cutting-edge new ways to deliver the benefit.
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Elsewhere in the ecosystem is FGS Games – Funganomics’ gaming division. It incorporates patent-backed software that allows building AAA games and Metaverses in any format.
Executives claim that their approach is much faster and more cost-effective than what leading game companies offer – providing real scalability to the ecosystem.
In time, FGS Games will hopefully break the mold in the burgeoning for-profit gaming space. Not only does this unlock exhilarating experiences for gamers, but it can also present compelling opportunities for developers and investors alike.
The main goal is to ensure that third-party companies and creators can use the Funganomics platform to develop their own games – and add blockchain functionality.
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Funganomics says it has already completed the first phase of its AR platform – with the next construction phases already in the pipeline.
Another division called Fungality wants to take the alternate reality space to new heights by offering partners high-tech solutions that can be used in existing ecosystems.
The executives say they are determined to lay the foundations of a massive ecosystem that the sector has never seen before.
The founder and CEO of the project is Jeremy Roberts, who describes himself as someone fascinated by the potential of what can be built using blockchain technology.
After spending countless months researching projects that were already on the market, he says he was driven to launch his own.
He told Cointelegraph: “For too long, we’ve seen Web2 companies charge exorbitant fees, churning out the same games, game after game. It’s time for the emerging Web3 world to provide more value, fun, and level-headed economies that benefit everyone, not just the company and search wheel that don’t. End up with that extra 1% margin at any cost.”