NFT Centered Blockchain Firm Ternoa Partners with Cross The Ages to Develop Immersive Gaming Experience
Ternoa is a layer 1 open-source blockchain ecosystem that was intended to enable the adoption of utilitarian non-fungible tokens (NFTs). Ternoa has joined forces with Cross The Ages in an attempt to provide an immersive and long-lasting gaming experience in Web3. Ternoa is the first blockchain system that has the characteristics of being scalable, carbon-efficient, having cheap costs, and being 100 percent optimized to program NFTs with utility.
The project provides developers with a JS software development kit (SDK) to make it simple for them to build atop utility NFTs, as well as access to independent infrastructure, nodes, the community of developers, financing, and more. Ternoa is a layer 1 open-source blockchain ecosystem that makes it easier for utilitarian NFTs to be adopted. It does this by providing developers with access to a comprehensive technical stack, independent infrastructure, nodes, as well as financing and a community of other developers.
Cross The Ages, which was awarded the prize for Best Gamefi Project at the AIBC in 2022, starts out with a non-fungible token collecting card game that is completely based on blockchain technology. But it aspires to be much more than a card game by developing a full immersive gaming experience for its players rather than just being a card game. The founding team has a proven track record in the gaming business, having produced 50 commercially successful video games over the course of 30 years.
Cross The Ages is the only card game in the world that enables the full value chain cycle, from digital cards on mobile phones, through decentralized and mintable non-fungible tokens (NFTs) on a blockchain, all the way to physical cards in the real world that are secured with near field communication technology. This makes Cross The Ages the only card game in the world that can compete with the likes of Hearthstone, which is the most popular card game in the world (NFC).
“We chose to build on Ternoa because it brings the technology that Cross The Ages needs to reach our long-term vision and create the gaming experience of the future,” said Sami Chlagou, CEO of Cross The Ages. “Ternoa brings the technology that Cross The Ages needs to reach our long-term vision and create the gaming experience of the future.”
Cross The Ages will be the first game on the market to use the power of the next-generation utility NFTs when it begins to employ the native features of Ternoa. This will occur once Cross The Ages begins to use Ternoa. The use of Ternoa’s infrastructure was decided upon after considering the following three primary considerations: 1) complete ownership; 2) data stability; and 3) compatibility with other systems.
“Cross the Ages is a very big project, which is the primary reason why Ternoa was brought into their realm. According to Mickael Canu, Co-Founder and CEO of Ternoa, “We are going to create outstanding features that are future-proof and focused on the user experience.”
The ownership of digital assets may now be done in a way that is both open and free of danger thanks to the combination of decentralization and data encryption. To put it another way, only those players of Cross the Ages who also possess the NFT will be able to access the material that is related to it. Ternoa also makes it possible for any projects that are built on top of it to store data and readily retrieve that data via the use of decentralized storage.
These sorts of solutions ensure that the contents acquired by NFTs will outlive their initial holders for as long as possible. Ternoa, which was developed using Substrate, is capable of connecting gaming communities in a seamless manner. This opens the door for the unrestricted interchange of information and the scalable sharing of network upgrades.
Ternoa is committed to developing next-generation Web3 games that provide players an immersive experience by using NFTs of the future generation. Joining the project’s community on Discord is encouraged for software engineers who are interested in making contributions to the open-source layer 1 solution they are developing.