A protocol for safe and quick transfer of in-game items into crypto-assets making them tradable (like bitcoin).
Our aim is to lower the entry barrier and let all of the 2,6 billion gaming community trade on a 150 trillion crypto market.
Exactly what is Hyperloot good for?
Every game is built around a closed economy system. This creates multiple profit pools with a one-sided interaction limiting overall capitalization.
Users do not own in-game items even if they pay money for them. A game can be closed by a third party with complete loss of accounts and items. All while people spend hundreds of millions of dollars in games.
There’s no open marketplace for games and the ones existing are promoting internal games and items.
We’re about to fix that creating a place to trade all items, with understandable pricing rules and cross-game value.
So how does it work?
A developer embeds Hyperloot SDK and wallet into the game. It allows to emit in-game items as Ethereum network tokens. Doing so, in turn, allows for trade and storage on any marketplace or exchange as well as within the game.
HyperLoot Protocol is airdropping up to HLT tokens participants.