Blockchain lottery operator Quanta has announced that the first version of its game aggregator platform will be launched in September.
The Isle of Man-based firm explained on its website that the Quanta Game Aggregation platform will be released along with a version of the Quanta Game Wallet that is made for mobile phones.
Konstantinos Farris, acting CEO and director of Quanta, said that the development of Quanta Game Aggregation aligns with the company’s goal of leveraging the gaming industry in the blockchain era.
“As more traditional game providers turn to blockchain for their offerings, Quanta seeks to provide them with an interconnected centralized platform for easy distribution and comes with a large audience,” he added.
Farris also noted that Quanta Game Aggregation will help new players that do not have access to a local lottery to choose from various blockchain games on a single platform.
Quanta Game Aggregation is designed to combine gaming content of multiple providers from traditional lottery and blockchain gaming platforms to maximize game offerings for players.
The platform will also provide players with more access to blockchain games from different blockchain networks, including the lottery games available on Quanta’s private blockchain.
The Quanta Game Token (QGT) serves as the main currency in the firm’s private blockchain and the intermediate token that players can use to access blockchain games.