VeChain blockchain network looks to be in for another great development as a community developer declared that people can now integrate VeChain into games. This is coming on the heels of the sizable growth recorded by VeChain (VET) in the last few days.
Monday, July 6, a VeChain community developer with pseudo name VeChain Dev announced the release of the third SDK code. The developer said the code is wholly written with C# programing language to work with VeChain.
He further said with the new releases, VeChain can now be integrated into games, and the code is only compatible with Windows application for now.
The update from the developer contains a GitHub link of the code preview. Subsequent to the update, followers of the developer suggested that it will be inform of game NFTs recorded on VeChain, suggesting that the game will need a VTHO token to work effectively.
VeChain in the Gaming Industry
This is not the first time VeChain would be linked to the gaming industry. Earlier in December 2019, Eidos, Microsoft, and Fabled, a gamebook firm, co-developed a blockchain card game that was designed in line with the 80s best-selling gamebook “The Way of the Tiger.”
Fable explained that it is delighted to be using blockchain technology to develop such an application as the technology offers a state of the art approach to achieving its aim.
To ensure immutability and transparency in the ownership of card, the company decided to make use of non-fungible tokens (NFT) that will be based on the VeChain blockchain network to safeguard the ownership of the in-game assets.
Jamie Thomson, the CEO of Fabled land, explained the benefits of using VeChain blockchain technology.
Thomson said with VeChain, the company will not need to deal with anything related to cryptocurrency while creating its cards and in-game items. Thomson also extolled the scalability of VeChain blockchain as an important feature.
Also in December 2019, a digital collective gaming idea by Bamboo Labs, Block Babies, was launched on the VeChain blockchain network. Block Babies also chose the VeChain blockchain network for the deployment of its non-fungible tokens (NFTs).