Gaimin team, led by CEO Martin Speight met Phil Mesnier, the Principal EOS Blockchain Protocol Developer and his team at Object Computing (OCI) and Phil is convinced that the choice of using EOS as the platform is inevitable and a natural match.
Both teams spent several days together in St. Louis where OCI is located to discuss possible collaborations between the companies and how the EOS protocol can work well with the Gaimin’s gaming platform. OCI, founded in 1993, build high-performance, real-time, mission-critical software solutions systems leveraging today’s leading-edge technologies in the areas of blockchain, machine learning, industrial IoT, cloud services, serverless computing, and more. Their solutions bring massive scalability, interoperability, and sustainability to many companies around the globe, providing Gaimin with added additional confidence.
“The EOS protocol and Gaimin have so much in common with the communities we operate in. I am glad to hear from Phil Mesnier and his team about our choice of using EOS as our core protocol. He is very certain that EOS will work very well with our game plan in the gaming industry. It will be revolutionary and the gaming communities will like what we have installed for them. I love EOS and I believe that the EOS ecosystem will be delighted when they see our products,” Martin Speight said to the Blockcast.cc reporter.
Gaimin seeks a community of like minded gamers to contribute computational power to blockchain mining. It matters who we work with, in that they will get proven rewards by using the Gaimin application. While EOS has a worldwide community of developers working on their protocol, which means that there is amble help when projects like Gaimin needs further development enhancement. The community of developers are very collaborative and they are well known in the blockchain industry to be one of the most dynamic game changers.
EOS is powered by the native cryptocurrency EOS. The protocol emulates most of the attributes of a real computer including hardware (CPU(s) & GPU(s) for processing, local/RAM memory, hard-disk storage) with the computing resources distributed equally among EOS cryptocurrency holders. EOSIO operates as a smart contract platform and decentralized operating system intended for the deployment of industrial-scale decentralized applications through a decentralized autonomous corporation model. The smart contract platform claims to eliminate transaction fees and also conduct millions of transactions per second. This is exactly what Gaimin, relies upon, believes in and why their platform is built on it.
It is a natural match up for Gaimin and EOS. The internal market for gamers where wits are pitted and battles are joined, by teams and individuals are microcosms of larger communities, true synergy. EOS has provided Gaimin with a captive target audience; a development community, mining community, gaming community and also trading community. Gaimin’s ethos is similar to the community where it is targeting its marketing and looking to gain its resources and offer its products.
EOS is the future for gaming and Gaimin will continue to support this protocol to build the platform for the gamers.
About Gaimin (https://www.gaimin.io)
The Gaimin platform is an AI-driven software that harvests gamers’ processing power and hardware when they are not being used. This allows a gamer to direct their unused resources to the passive accumulation of crypto assets, without affecting their gaming performance and without the need for any specialized knowledge. Gaimin provides a simple, highly practical solution with a 1-click download and install platform. This next generation, AI driven software runs in the background of a gamer’s PC and, without affecting their gaming performance, allows for direct access to unused and underutilised processing power and hardware resources that can be directed to profitable activities.