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GameSwift is a one-stop gaming ecosystem that aims to bring cross-chain interoperability to Web3 games. Chain, Web3 Infrastructure, Platform and Gaming Studio are the four well-designed and integrated pillars of the ecosystem. Its original infrastructure facilitates the implementation of blockchain technology and the sharing of game resources for game developers and allows players to fully enjoy their gaming experience.
Wojciech Gruszka, the founder and CEO of GameSwift, is commonly known on Twitter as PanParagraf. He recently joined the Bitcoin.com News podcast to talk about the market:
Wojciech is a lawyer and advisor in blockchain projects. Thanks to his experience acquired in international companies such as Deloitte and Shell, he has successfully advised various fintech organizations. Known to a wider audience for his Twitter profile based on in-depth tokenomics analysis.
To learn more about the GameSwift ecosystem, visit gameswift.io and join the community at TwitterTelegram or Discord.
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