Dvision Network has become one of the fastest growing NFT and blockchain gaming protocols in recent months. The blockchain protocol has made significant progress since its inception and continues to create new milestones.
The latest is a partnership with the leading provider of NFT ecosystems and creator of the ERC-1155 token standard Enjin. Enjin is a key stakeholder in the NFT sector and has played a vital role in the development of blockchain-based gaming, metaverse and NFT projects.
Dvision migrates to Enjin blockchain
Dvision has migrated to the Enjin blockchain and will now leverage the capabilities of launching its NFT metaverse across five different blockchain protocols. It should be remembered that Dvision Network was initially launched on Ethereum and also supports the Binance Smart Chain network.
Because Enjin is committed to online games and NFTs, Dvision has the opportunity to showcase its products to an established blockchain community. In addition, according to the press release, Dvision will leverage Enjin’s infrastructure and API to increase the type of NFTs desired by customers.
Users can design and mint NFT avatars through the character creation tool and slap them across the various blockchains. Since Enjin implements the JumpNet feature, NFT mining costs less power and is based on the proof-of-authority (POA).
POA is a unique consensus delegation process for authorized parties only and is said to reduce power consumption by 99.85%. This makes it more effective than existing proof of work systems such as Bitcoin and Ethereum. Overzicht Crypto is clear.
Dvision will also use the popular Enjin NFT blockchain protocol Efinity. Efinity is a parachain built on Polkadot and provides good visibility of Dvision features to the Polkadot community.
Dvision recently launched an open beta test on June 30, 2021, giving users early access to some of the features offered in Dvision World. The test, which consists of several phases, has already passed the first two test phases.
Participants were able to test features such as My Space, Character Customization and Community Leaderboard system. So far, the testing has been a success, with many people showing up to test the new features.
The open beta test has launched new features on the Dvision Network platform, including the NFT market which is currently in beta mode. As a result, Dvision’s user base has also grown exponentially, ranking the project fifth in the metaverse ecosystem behind Sandbox, Decentraland, Axie Infinity, and Enjin, according to data from CoinMarketCap.
Dvision Network has also come to grips with Binance Smart Chain by integrating with leading projects including PancakeSwap, Injective Protocol and SafePal. This development has expanded the use cases of DVI tokens within the fast-growing BSC ecosystem.
Upcoming events and developments
Dvision is expected to continue on its roadmap after the migration to Enjin blockchain. In addition, the metaverse is launching its first conference listed on the roadmap in partnership with Lambda 256, the Dunamu subsidiary. The event-tagged Luniverse Partners Day is expected to discuss the local NFT ecosystem.
In addition, a special lecture will be held to help participants monitor potential legal issues within the NFT market, while investigating potential regulatory issues within the NFT industry. Hosting Luniverse Partners Day is an important milestone for Dvision as it is a gathering of key blockchain stakeholders in South Korea. Tezos has gone up.
It should also be noted that the Dvision Network team is constantly undergoing significant developments in the marketing and business aspects, with several cross-promotion activities and campaigns aimed at expanding the community. Currently, the Dvision community consists of more than 200,000 members across all social media channels.
Dvision has also entered into high-profile partnerships with other blockchain protocols to improve its infrastructure. For example, in June, the NFT metaverse revealed a strategic partnership with BSC turnkey solution platform Ankr.