Game developers can tokenize practically any in-game asset, from inventory items to achievements, cross-game exclusives, and tournament awards. Even the game license itself can be tokenized. Players can exchange tokenized assets in-game, across games, or for any other tradable asset such as Bitcoin or the platform's own Xenio coin, providing real world value which can be supported on any external exchange.
The flexibility of smart contracts gives developers complete control over their game assets even after they have been sent into the distributed system. Powerful rulesets allow functions like the ability to freeze tokens or create more quantities as needed. Smart contracts can be created for complex opponent matchmaking, tournaments, in-game statistical reporting, auctions, or for practically any other use case.
Game publishers can sell their own tokenized assets on the Xenio client directly to gamers, or even create their own fundraising crowdsales by creating a platform token directly on the Xenio blockchain. Of course, the integrated Xenio marketplace and storefront allows game publishers to sell their games directly to the public without paying commissions to the platform.
(PoN) Consensus Protocol