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HashCash Consultants Launches Blockchain Platform For Gaming Industry

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HashCash_Consultants-Launches-Blockchain-Platform-For-Gaming-Industry HashCash Consultants Launches Blockchain Platform For Gaming IndustryBlockchain Consulting firm, HashCash Consultants partnered with an Australian video games developer to introduce its white label crypto exchange and tokenization services for the gaming industry. However, the company didn’t reveal the company name that it partnered with.

In the year 2017, HashCash hoisted USD150 million in early-stage venture funding to advance its solutions that comprise ICO services (Initial Coin Offering), crypto exchange development support, and crypto payment processing technology. According to the reports that drew how a move to a tokenized, Blockchain-based model can assist breakthroughs in the gaming sector, and enabling gaming firms to monetize their ecosystems by opening up decentralized micropayment channels between content producers, streamers, and observers. Started as a Blockchain Consulting Company in California, HashCash currently allows enterprises to move assets and settle payments across borders in real-time using HasCash Blockchain network, HC NET. Financial Institutions utilize HC NET for Retail Remittances, Trade Finance, Corporate Payments, and Payment Processing. It focused on offering white label Blockchain solutions for the gaming sector, which can be bought and rebranded by their customers to make an easy move to a new Blockchain-based business model.

HashCash also operates the PayBito, a US-based cryptocurrency exchange, and the leading Cryptocurrency payment processor, BillBitcoins. The California-based Blockchain Consulting Firm provides cryptocurrency exchange and payment processor white label solutions, inclusive ICO services and customized use case design and development. Today, major gaming companies are progressively utilizing Blockchain technology to raise their online communities, content distribution, and even products. In the same context, known for developing stalwart games like Tetris and Pac man, gaming firm Atari entered into a license agreement with Blockchain startup Animoca Brands to develop Blockchain versions of two of its popular mobile games.