GAIMIN Unleashes GAIMCRAFT API Technology to Transform Web2 Applications to Web3


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An existing Web2 game can now be upgraded to a Web3 version using the GAIMCRAFT API game using Blockchain technology.

Using the GAIMCRAFT API, the developer can build a unique product key to control NFT-containing smart contracts inside their application. For the developer to use Blockchain-based assets like NFTs and manage and control NFT utility from within the game, users must register with the application and connect their cryptocurrency wallets to the game.

The API also supports GAIMIN’s GMRX cryptocurrency and offers marketplace features to the developer, creating a ready-made environment for delivering an in-game economy built on genuine cryptocurrency.

Read More: GAIMIN releases GAIMCRAFT API technology to convert Web2 applications to Web3

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