Gamera and Creators are probably dancing to the tunes of their favorite music. They would soon be able to generate decent dollars through their content and gaming services.
The partnership of Amasa and Enjin is making this happen. The partnership was announced by Amasa while underlining that it would also work to serve the decentralized verse in a better manner.
The partnership is in the right direction for Enjin as it looks to expand its scope and infrastructure for the users.
Amasa and Enjin have come together to build a better ecosystem for the users. Enjin, a leading NFT-based platform, functions on Enjin Coin.
It can be applied in a wide range of sectors. These include blockchain apps, blockchain games, marketing campaigns, and enterprise programs. All of it will now be complemented by Amasa through its advanced technology.
Amasa is looking to streamline all the investments of the users through a mobile app. It is looking to take its mission to empower people one step ahead by developing this app. Once launched, it would be the world’s first such mobile app.
The mobile app would make it easier for the users to capture, combine, and access all of their investment details in a single place.
Generating revenue from the activity that you love is everyone’s dream. Amasa is making it a reality for its users.
Gamers and content creators would now be able to monetize their content and gaming services. The partnership of Amasa with Enjin would enable the users to earn sufficient revenue within the ecosystem of their collaboration.
Amasa would majorly lead the introductions. Enjin brings along a tank of experience. It has been used to create over 1.18 billion blockchain assets and NFTs. This goes further with Enjin Wallet, which 1.7 million users have downloaded.
Enjin is looking at the future where it provides the users a space combined with gaming and earning based on NFT. The app would streamline these sections for the users.
Amasa app will make its debut on Ethereum L2 Polygon in the second quarter of 2022. The launch date is tentative.
It would also look to deliver cross-chain compatibility with the ease to upgrade.
William Birks, the Founder of Amasa, called Enjin future-focused OGs. He said he was highly excited to proceed with the partnership and tackle all the key challenges like enhancing the users’ experience.