The Future of Gaming in the Metaverse

The vision of Fyx Gaming is to create a Decentralized, Permissionless, & Open Metaverse Protocol to enable participants to quickly, efficiently, and affordably transact within game economies without fragmenting the ecosystem.
Layer one gaming is not only possible, but is also the way forward into creating the future vision of how Blockchain games will work for the masses.

A Layer One

FYX GAMING has created a technology platform for layer one blockchain gameplay & NFT protocol that can scale to billions of players with ultra low fees and support the metaverse. This new gaming model needs a platform to operate on that can scale without boundaries and fragmentation.

Our goal is to become the AWS of blockchain gaming by developing and promoting a gaming infrastructure for the creators to use and operate with.

Case Study: CryptoFights

A Fully Decentralized, Free Global NFT Market

NFTs or digital assets need to break free from the friction placed on them by high transaction fees or fragmentation from unnecessary parallel networks. Digital assets should be nearly free to create, distribute, transfer, and destroy.


How it Works

The UTXO Model

U - Unspent TX - Transaction O - Output

A UTXO based system like Bitcoin is more of a cash model where you can hand someone the inputs that your next transaction needs to validate and transform into the next input. This is a more multi-threaded and highly scalable model.
Bitcoin is less application-like and more a decentralized ledger. The transactions and thus data contained on the ledger can be used to create provable steps into how something was solved or computed. This is the foundation of how a blockchain game can scale to Billions of users. Think of storing your move as a transaction, but what that transaction means inside of the game is up to the game to compute. If the game decides to cheat and compute it differently you can have transparency and call them out. This method is way more computationally efficient and will scale where account-based systems will not.

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