On 11th July, Ontology [ONT] announced its partnership with Cocos, a one-stop mobile game development solution platform. The collaboration aims to build ‘gaming developer ecosystem’ and support ‘gaming access experience’ on the Ontology main chain. Ontology announced:
“Ontology Partners with Cocos in the Gaming Industry”
Kalki0908 a crypto-enthusiast said:
“damnnn looks promising. cant wait my 2 favs to collab. waiting for the product pls keep updating”
Cocos is a cross-stage, open-source free versatile gaming engine driven by Chukong Technologies. It incorporates diversion editorial manager ‘Cocos Creator’ and has a worldwide open-source motor system called ‘Cocos2d-x’.
The platform has numerous focal points like:
- High compatibility and high performance.
- A platform for using-sharing games across platforms.
- small-sized gaming packages [and more].
Building the ‘associating relationship’ between the ‘genuine economy’ and ‘distributed digital systems’ is a part of Ontology’s methodology. Cocos will work with Ontology on the research and development of blockchain applications.
Cocos will give specialized technical administrations to construct an application which will act as an advanced stage for blockchain applications. With Ontology’s chain system, Cocos and Ontology will co-construct the disseminated ecosystem in the gaming business.
This is not the first collaboration Ontology participated this month. On 5th July Ontology [ONT], on their Twitter announced its ‘deep cooperation’ with CCX Credit Technology Co. Ltd., for the Ontology ecosystem to gain enterprise investigation. Ontology had taken this step to induce a sense of reliability for its ecosystem.
Recently, Ontology the new high-performance public multi-chain project and a distributed trust collaboration platform had announced the launch of Ontology 1.0. This upgrade aims to provide new high-performance public blockchains that include a series of complete distributed ledgers and smart contract systems. At the same time supports public chain customization and chain network collaboration, while providing common modules in various distributed applications.