Amasa integrates Enjin & Efinity for metaverse micro incomes
Millions of gamers and creators will tap into opportunities to generate earnings in play-to-earn games and other virtual environments.
Amasa – the micro income stream investment app – has, this month, announced a new partnership with Enjin. Together, the two aim to bring the power of micro-economies and the booming world of blockchain gaming & NFTs together.
The partnership between the two aims to increase the awareness and adoption of play-to-earn and NFT-based income streams, to begin with. With Amasa’s tendency of introducing its already large user-base introduced to the potential of Web3 and the metaverse, teaming up with Enjin sounds like a logical step to take.
Introductions thus made, both sides intend to delve into technical integrations, to provide and demonstrate the value and utility of income streams on blockchain – made possible by the two working in tandem.
Enjin & Amasa: building for the metaverse and future
Aligning with Amasa means Enjin’s sizable community of users will be able to take the cross-game flexibility and benefits of the Enjin ecosystem one step further. Enabling them to combine gaming and NFT-based earnings with a range of other micro-income streams spanning crypto, data sharing, social networks, and IoT.
An interesting attribute to this partnership stems from the coming together of Enjin’s metaverse of gamers, games and NFTs with Amasa’s user-base of out-of-the-box-thinking investors. Especially interesting considering the bullish state of blockchain gaming and NFTs this year.
One of the other projects of interest for Amasa is its app – which is slated for Q2, 2022. While starting off on Polygon, the team is looking to rapidly take it across chains with Enjin’s Polkadot-based Efinity.
In a statement regarding the partnership, Amasa Founder William Birks laid out the reasoning behind siding with Enjin: “They improve network speed and lower costs, formulate seamless experiences, and cultivate a free movement of user value. This is absolutely necessary for mass adoption of the open metaverse. We’re looking forward to adding even more value to Enjin’s technical advances with what we’re building for users.”
Learn more about Amasa by visiting the website here.