2018 in Review: Dylan Jones, Refereum

As a turbulent year in the blockchain game sector draws to an end, we’re getting the opinions of some of the key players about what just happened.

And as well as finding out what they thought were the most significant events in 2018, we’re looking forward to what will occur in 2019.

Dylan Jones is the CEO of gaming community site Refereum, which raised $28 million in its March 2018 ICO.

BlockchainGamer.biz: What was the most important blockchain game sector trend for your company in 2018:

Dylan Jones: We’re seeing a much needed forest fire clear out the debris and scams in the blockchain ecosystem.

Games can be seen as 'low hanging fruit' to adopt blockchain.

Dylan Jones CEO, Refereum

Gaming and blockchain have often seen many crossovers as game’s can be seen as “low hanging fruit” to adopt blockchain. We’ve seen both industries wise up with a better understanding of the technology and that this emerging field is difficult to adopt for any vertical.

What do you think was the most important news/trend generally?

Despite still murky regulations for our new ecosystem, I saw first had in Wyoming that some politicians are curious and open to this new field. It gave me hope that America can catch up as an global player for the blockchain industry.

What blockchain game did you play the most in 2018?

I’m still making [Crypto]kitties!

What do you think will be the biggest trend in 2019?

Focusing on BUIDL.

What’s your resolution for 2019?

BUIDL FASTR.

You can find out what Refereum is up to via its website, and can check out all of our 2018 in Review interviews here.

Join us for two days of discussion about the blockchain game sector at Blockchain Gamer Connects London 2019 on 21-22 January.

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