Candy Club, the world’s first social crypto gaming platform, has announced that it has been integrated into the OKC ecosystem. Also, along with the integration, Candy Club will add the OKC token and a use case for OKC users.
Candy platform has been working with Ethereum Layer1, Polygon, Binance Smart Chain and Tron projects since its launch at the Singapore Token2049 event. So far, candy platform has added 25 different token projects to its platform in 5 weeks. Director of OKC Ecosystem Development, Nicholas Soong said:
“Candy Club’s chain agnostic token utility driver offers all projects an equal and fair access to elevating their token demand. We are proud to see Candy Club integrate with OKC to offer our ecosystem and community not only increased use cases tokens within our ecosystem, but also through a fun and social way to use them”
Statemant of Nicholas
“The last twelve months have been a tough bear market for the crypto Industry, many project tokens have not been traded in months. Candy Club was born with the mission to not only bring crypto space together, but offer Token projects the ability to provide their communities with additional utility for their tokens. This allows projects to increase members’ engagement and improve their treasuries to weather this crypto winter and continue to build new updates to their projects.” David Barrantes, President Candy Club
About Candy Club
Candy Club is the world’s first social crypto gaming platform that offers games such as live casino and betting games to projects using ERC-20 and BEP20 tokens. In addition, it aims to benefit the projects with the bonus partner program created by the projects for the projects and their communities. The platform aims to provide a security-oriented social gaming experience to more than 73 million wallets and more than 14000 crypto projects.
OKC is an EVM and IBC compliant, Cosmos-based Layer1 blockchain network focused on interoperability and maximum performance. OKC is completely open source and offers low gas fees and high scalability to the ever-growing developer community.
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