Oasys, a Gamefi-oriented Web3 blockchain project, , announced that it has closed a strategic funding round led by VC firm Galaxy Interactive and gaming company Nexon. The round, which did not disclose a number, will allow the company to strengthen its ecosystem by expanding its pool of partners to bring blockchain gaming to mainstream audiences.
Oasys closes strategic funding round to expand ecosystem
Japan-based game-oriented blockchain projectOasys announced the completion of a strategic funding round on Dec. 6, with participation from entertainment-oriented venture capital firm Galaxy Interactive and South Korean gaming company Nexon. Other companies such as Presto Labs, MZ Web3 Fund, Hyperithm, Jets Capital, Jsquare, AAG, YJM Games and Chainguardians also participated in the round.
The company did not disclose the amount of funding raised in this round, but did disclose that it will be used to strengthen its ecosystem, strengthen its validator network, and expand its partner network. Oasys believes this new funding round can also create new business opportunities in this space.
The cryptocurrency and blockchain space has been affected by the demise of his FTX, a cryptocurrency exchange, but Oasys director Hiroki Moriyama said this is a true decentralized structure. We believe that it will be an opportunity to build Moriyama said:
In the wake of his recent incident in the Web3 industry, decentralized and The importance of building a robust business was emphasized.
Moriyama added that the company relied on this factor, decentralization, and support from all partners in the ecosystem to create “a new marketplace with gameplay and an unparalleled experience.” We aim to create a kind of blockchain game.” the community wants. ”
Token Sale Succeeds
His Oasys token sale, which was open until December 4th, reached its fundraising goal within 12 hours, according to reports. Oasys is still in the mainnet launch stage, but has had investors from 60 countries participate.
Previously, the company supported other Japanese gaming powerhouses such as Sega, Square Enix and Bandai Namco, as well as international game companies such as his Ubisoft acting as a validator on the Oasys blockchain. registered. Square Enix also reported that it is considering developing a blockchain-based game as part of a partnership with Oasys established in September.Sega already uses Oasys as part of its service structure. We are creating the first licensed blockchain game to
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