Launched on Blockchain Ignis, Bridge Champ looks to introduce NFT instruments to its users
- Bridge Champs Releases Updated Roadmap: What Changed?
- Credit card support and player ranking to be launched in 2023
Bridge Champ, the first blockchain-based implementation of the “card game chess”, is about to implement a series of game-changing functions for new and existing players.
Bridge Champs Releases Updated Roadmap: What Changed?
According to an official announcement shared by Bridge Champ, its updated roadmap for a blockchain-based version of the bridge that leverages the Ignis Network has been made public.
In recent months, Bridge Champ managed to gain traction in the decentralized gaming segment, despite the crypto market still being stuck in a bearish cycle.
As previously covered by U.Today, its initial roadmap indicated the potential for crypto rewards and non-fungible tokens (NFTs) implementation in Bridge Champ’s business model.
The new roadmap emphasizes a streamlined mobile and desktop experience for gamers. Also, its players will be able to generate NFT badges on the Ardor blockchain. In addition, the most successful players will be rewarded in INGIS tokens: all transactions will be verified on Ardor.
Credit card support and player rankings to be introduced in 2023
As the next step in the development and adoption of Bridge Champ, its team is looking to add support for fiat payments by credit card and ranking of players based on recent tournament results.
Lior Yaffe, a Bridge Champ project lead and co-founder of Jelurida, is excited by the fact that their product implements play-to-earn elements and modules:
We are excited to enter the Play-to-Earn arena with a solution for Online Bridge Play, Bridge is arguably the most interesting card-based skill game ever, combining fun and exciting play with modern social elements and crypto integration. makes a combination. Innovative solutions never seen before.
Bridge Chain is the first ever gaming app from Ignis, the blockchain by Ardor Ecosystem from Jelurida. The Ardor veteran also oversees the development of blockchain NXT.