Episode 44: Catching All the Non-Fungibles, with CryptoPets

Steven McKie
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On this episode of BlockChannel, Mckie, Dee and Dr. Petty sit down with Blake Richardson and Luke Bateman from the upcoming Ethereum-based gaming platform, CryptoPets. CryptoPets takes some of the long-standing gaming mechanics that we’ve grown to love, and married them happily with the scarcity and extendability of non-fungible assets (ERC-721, etc). We sit down to discuss their vision for building a truly sticky game, one that users will enjoy playing — and because CryptoPets are digitally owned and appended thanks to Ethereum, the game can grow with you.

Show Links:
CryptoPets: http://cryptopets.co
Game Beta: http://beta.cryptopets.co

Intro/Outro Music “I Ain’t Shit” by Kelech: https://soundcloud.com/kelechief/i-aint-shit?in=kelechief/sets/spring-breakup

Show Sponsor(s):
MakerDAO: http://makerdao.com

Disclaimer: This is not investment advice, it is an engaged discussion on new technology; BlockChannel reminds you to always do your own due diligence before investing in any crypto-related project in the industry.

BlockChannel

BlockChannel is a new media & educational hub focused on the socio-cultural/economic issues related to blockchain technologies like BTC/ETH/& ZEC. Visit BlockChannel.com for more resources; and SoundCloud.com/BlockChannelShow for our official podcast.

Steven McKie

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Writer. Programmer. UX/UI. Bitcoin/Ethereum. ENTP. Doing things

BlockChannel

BlockChannel is a new media & educational hub focused on the socio-cultural/economic issues related to blockchain technologies like BTC/ETH/& ZEC. Visit BlockChannel.com for more resources; and SoundCloud.com/BlockChannelShow for our official podcast.

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