Combining Magic Garden with Polygon Should Improve Blockchain-Based Gambling.



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Magic Eden, a prominent multi-chain NFT marketplace, is merging with the Polygon network to facilitate the creation of engaging blockchain-based video games. To attract the next billion consumers to the metaverse, the industry is expanding into Web3 space.

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Through this partnership, Magic Eden will be able to collaborate with established creatives, up-and-coming talent, and the best game designers in the world. As a result, the integration will focus on developing resources for creators, such as a marketplace and launching pad for Polygon's native coin, MATIC.

Already, major gaming studios including BORA by Kakao Games, IntellaX, Boomland, Planet Mojo, Block Games, and Taunt Battleworld have joined forces with Magic Eden thanks to this relationship.

When Polygon Launchpad launches in December, these games will make their first appearance there. In this way, these games will benefit from Magic Eden's first-rate distribution and go-to-market know-how, such as strategic pre-launch schedule planning, project/concept positioning, and links to Web3 communities.

In the future, Magic Eden will provide further Polygon support for NFTs, such as the Magic Eden List (an audience targeting and permitted tool), analytics, and the Drop Calendar, all of which will enhance NFT discovery and trading.

According to Polygon co-founder Sandeep Nailwal, bringing Magic Eden to the Polygon blockchain would improve the usability, speed, and value of the NFT market, as well as expose Polygon users to a new, intuitive NFT platform.

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