GameSwift, formerly known as StarTerra, announces a rebranding and significant changes to its business strategy. Furthermore, the protocol uses its tools on its blockchain to set a new standard for GameFi development.
The Polygon (MATIC) ecosystem relocated and rebranded the decentralized and community-driven gaming ecosystem. According to the official statement released by its team, StarTerra changed its name to emphasize its commitment to creating the largest Web3 gaming community and development ecosystem.
GameSwift Developing New Features
GameSwift (formerly StarTerra) is working on new features to provide complete network for Web3 gaming projects. As a result of its relationship with Polygon, the platform will be able to benefit from the Polygon chain improvement and build a gaming chain based on the Polygon Edge platform. As a result, users can enjoy an excellent gaming experience with high throughput and low transaction fees.
GameSwift engineers decided to built their chain on the Polygon framework. This fastest-growing EVM-compatible network appears appealing due to its unrivaled developer experience, end-to-end compatibility with MetaMask, the most popular wallet for EVM chains, and excellent throughput.
Polygon (MATIC) Team
Polygon (MATIC) awarded GameSwift a special ecosystem grant to support its marketing & development efforts. The GameSwift team’s goals and accomplishments inspired representatives from the Polygon team and community management.
GameSwift is poised to make a splash in the Polygon ecosystem with its all-encompassing strategy. Engineers are creating a 360-degree environment for blockchain developers focused on Web3 gaming platforms.