The major success of the Sin City game at the GITEX Global future blockchain summit in Dubai left the blockchain community in awe, with investors attempting to figure out which institutions are behind this project. The project also touches on the milestone of the first R-rated ( adult) game on the blockchain.
The blockchain technology-equipped Metaverse multi-player game Sin City is based in the most controversial cities of the world, where digital real estate is there for the taking. Players can buy this land and build their empires. The main aim of the game is to become the ultimate Kingpin. Building clubs for your friends to hang out and venues for online events are some of the activities offered in the game.
The blockchain space was starving for a project of this magnitude to come to the table. So now, let’s answer the question of who’s behind this project.
Sin City Alliances
The top partners of the Metaverse project are:
- Nonceblox : Nonceblox is one of the first technology team to cross the barrior from traditional technology to blockchain technology. Based in India and the United States, the team have associated with the top 100 projects by market capitalisation.
- Vulcan Forged : Greece based Game development studio is highly equipped and well-known in the industry. Vulcan Forged have a huge hand in developing the Metaverse and as well as the 3D game.
- TDEFI : A UK based accelerator lab providing mentorship, guidance to the startups in the blockchain space. TradeDog team is also in the side seat of the firm. The team also provides Connections, Technology, Marketing and Community, Exchanges, liquidity and growth hacking partnerships.
- Matic now Polygon : Polygon is a protocol and a framework for building and connecting Ethereum-compatible blockchain networks. Innovating significant solutions on Ethereum supporting a multi-chain Ethereum ecosystem.
Many more ventures helped Sin City to be what it is today and enhanced the player experiences. Some ar Maven Capital, Magnus Capital, Grizzly Capital, CCIX Global, Twin Apex Capital, Moonwhale, AU21 Capital, Grow Studios, Equinox, Bullperks, Red Kite, Fork Ventures, and Arcade Network.
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