With its technological strengths, Near Protocol still takes firm steps in any market situation. Every day is a step forward for Near, let’s take a look at the notable events as well as the talking numbers across the ecosystem.
Table of Contents
- Highlight On-Chain Data
- Coinbase just added $NEAR to their roadmap of assets planned to be listed
- NEAR & Gaming: How Web3 is Disrupting Gaming
- NEARCON 2022: A Global Experience for Builders and Creators
Near Protocol Highlight On-Chain Data
Big Things Around The Ecosystems
Near ecosystem is always proud to be an ecosystem that is constantly building and developing regardless of the general situation of the market. Therefore, the continuous updates on the entire ecosystem will show us the big picture of what Near in general and the big projects in the ecosystem in particular have done.
Coinbase just added $NEAR to their roadmap of assets planned to be listed
MyNearWallet and HAPI are working closely together to deliver the highest level of wallet security to NEAR Protocol
For many, market turbulence acts as a deterrent force that crushes visions and stomps on rosy dreams. For some however it’s an opportunity to show resilience to market uncertainty, readiness to keep on building and developing, and aspiration towards achieving far-reaching goals.
With this unnecessarily long prelude, HAPI Team is ecstatic to announce new and transformative integration into the MyNearWallet.
NEAR & Gaming: How Web3 is Disrupting Gaming
The world of gaming is undergoing a radical shift thanks to cryptocurrency and Web3 technologies. Traditional top-down, centralized Web2 models of gaming are being challenged left and right. Community-operated games, new economic structures like play-to-earn, and other developments benefiting both players and indie game developers alike are just the beginning.
“A lot of smaller, independent game developers are restricted in Web2,” says Chase Freo, founder of OP Games, a native crypto gaming platform. “They simply don’t have the money to hit number one in the App or Google Play stores. But crypto and Web3 are changing all that. We’re eliminating gatekeepers and changing the way both developers and players participate in gaming.”