As the gaming industry is gradually shifting from traditional offline media to a multi-billion dollar online industry, a host of new possibilities for entertainment, competition and business have emerged. But so have new problems. In their current state, online gaming platforms and the centralized infrastructure that support them face several challenges. Unfair and complicated revenue sharing models, difficulties in managing ownership of assets, and dealing with fraud and cyberattacks are just some of the problems that both developers and gamers have to deal with. Blockchain, the distributed ledger underlying cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum, offers an alternative approach to dealing with the…

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