Stratis Monthy June

For many, June means the start of summer and vacation season, a perfect time to go over the achievements from across the Stratis ecosystem from the last month.

20th May Meet-up

May saw another Stratis meet-up at the Tower Suites in central London. Sunnier than the last few meet-ups and located on the rooftop terrace, it was a happy occasion which allowed community members to connect and share what they have been working on over the last few months.

Stratis co-founder, Krushang Patel, presented at the most recent meet-up, talking about the Stratis ecosystem—a huge thank you to all attendees.

Dawn of Ships updated

Those keeping up to date with the Stratis community will be well aware of the progress of Dawn of Ships. Late April saw the open beta release, which has opened the game to a much wider audience. For those of you who haven’t had a chance to try the game, Dawn of Ships is an idle RPG game that allows players to engage in plundering missions and ambushes to earn utility NFTs and other prizes.

Dawn of Ships has released a new version, V1.1.4, mainly consisting of bug fixes. This will help to optimize the playing experience further. Dawn of Ships has made a point to thank everyone for their feedback, which is key to offering continued improvements to the game.

Dawn of Ships also intends to allow players to opt out of ambush missions to avoid getting ambushed. For more information on the ambush system and other game features, read their whitepaper:

Corgi Dash game changes and cross-game NFTs

Corgi Dash is a Mario Run-inspired game that is available to play on PC and WebGL. Corgi Dash has announced some game changes, including an infinite game mode. Infinite game mode allows users to play endless levels. This promises non-stop fun for the Corgi Dash players!

Following US regulatory advice, the game will transition from a P2E structure to a P2O structure. While important, the game still promises to remain engaging, and the Stratis blockchain remains central.

In another exciting development, Stratis plans to introduce cross-game NFTs. With this change, Corgi Dash NFT holders can use their NFT in Dawn of Ships. Expect a more integrated Stratis ecosystem and gaming experience, meaning there has never been a better time to get your Corgi Dash NFTs.

File Protected approaching launch

A recent announcement from FileProtected suggests they are approaching launch.  FileProtected is an NFT marketplace that gives creators more control of their intellectual property, hoping to increase trust in the creative process. It does so through a content registration service that uses blockchain, timestamps, and digital fingerprints to secure copyright ownership. Buyers and sellers can work directly with each other, meaning fewer intermediaries, creating a marketplace where everyone can trust the integrity of assets.

Some features being launched include licensing and marketplace features for easy transactions. Other improvements include the code, UI, and ‘simple legal’ feature. ‘Simple legal’ allows users to easily copyright and monetize their assets. A new feature will also enable users to link their sales channels (NFT, print sales, agent, etc.).

Much work has gone on in the background at FileProtected, and we look forward to the launch.

Ticketsphere approaches release

Earlier this year, Stratis announced they would release a next-generation ticketing platform, Ticketsphere. The deployment of NFT ticketing services promises to reduce fraud and improve the ticketing experience. Ticketsphere will allow organizers to issue tickets as NFTs, which can be paid for in FIAT currency.

NFTs will benefit ticker holders as it is a definitive and secure proof of ownership, allowing more control over the exchange and resale of tickets. It will also benefit artists who can now keep track of ownership and prevent extortionate resales, or at least earn royalties on any resales which occur. Historically ticketing providers have also taken extortionate cuts of ticket sales, losing artists and fans money. Therefore, Ticketsphere promises to disrupt and optimize the ticketing space.

We have been working hard on Ticketsphere’s official release, which is getting closer by the day. To keep up to date with the release and other updates, follow Ticketsphere on Twitter:

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