The developers of Zombie Battleground, a forthcoming digital game from Loom Network, claim that they are using a blockchain to make trading-card games fun and fair once again. Here’s an overview of how Zombie Battleground works and how it brings innovation to the world of gaming.
In the early days of the internet, freedom of information and expression
were the original values of the web, which was built to be a place where people
could exchange ideas and information freely without worrying about third-party
It wasn’t intended to be a place dominated by powerful organizations and
centralized companies, nor was it meant to be tightly regulated or controlled.
At the heart of the technology were freedom, autonomy and anonymity.
Particl has become
known in the cryptocurrency world for building a blockchain-based ecommerce
platform. Yet Particl’s vision is not limited to enabling users to buy and sell
products using BTC, PART or other cryptocurrencies.
Particl is also creating an all-purpose privacy platform that
anyone can use to build decentralized apps (DApps) that leverage Particl’s unique
privacy features — kind of like Ethereum but with a stronger focus on privacy. On
a platform like Ethereum, developers would have to build special privacy
features themselves if they want their app to include them. With Particl, no
special effort is required because privacy is built into the platform and PART