Celer Partners with Oasys to Integrate Celer IM and cBridge into the Ecosystem as the Interoperability Layer

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We have some exciting news to announce! Celer will be partnering with Oasys, a game-focused blockchain, by providing support for both asset bridging and generic message passing for their ecosystem! Celer will integrate cBridge and the Celer Inter-chain Messaging (Celer IM) framework to enable interoperability between Oasys and external blockchains, as well as building the bridging infrastructure within the Oasys ecosystem in order to create a more smooth onboarding experience for the game-focused blockchain.

Oasys is a new blockchain optimized for gaming that is working with notable AAA video game developers like Bandai Namco Research, SEGA, Square Enix and Ubisoft. The Oasys ecosystem consists of a “Hub” that connects to external blockchains, and multiple internal “Verses” that all have unique games and dApps built on them. This means that building with interoperability in mind is key and where Celer IM and cBridge are able to help. 

Celer’s support of Inter-chain Messaging on the Oasys Hub and various Verses enables dApps to create smooth cross-chain UXs between both within the Oasys ecosystem and to external chains. This allows for the possibility of creating NFT bridges, the ability to purchase and bid on NFTs across different chains, cross-chain reward claiming,  and even syncing game stats cross-chain. All of these and more are not only possible to accomplish with Celer IM, but can be offered to users as a one-click, one-transaction UX!

Celer will also be supporting asset bridging via the cBridge xAsset model, a lock-and-mint method, for token transfers between external chains and Oasys, as well as across the Oasys ecosystem itself.

This is only the beginning of the partnership between the two projects. With both the Celer IM framework and cBridge integrations in play, it opens the door for Oasys to continue to expand their support for more tokens and cross-chain use cases for additional blockchains and Verses, laying a solid interoperability foundation to include more dApps and games in their ecosystem. We are looking forward to seeing how Oasys continues to use Celer’s tech stack in the future and are excited to see where it goes!

About Oasys

Oasys was established in February 2022 to increase mainstream play-and-earn adoption, and at launch, committed to partnering with 21 gaming and Web3 tech companies to act as validators, such as Bandai Namco Research, SEGA, Ubisoft and Yield Guild Games. Led by a team of blockchain experts and joining forces with the biggest gaming company names to serve as the initial validators, Oasys is revolutionizing the gaming industry with its Proof-of-Stake (PoS) based eco-friendly blockchain.

With a focus on creating an ecosystem for gamers and developers to distribute and develop blockchain-based games, Oasys solves the problems game developers face when building games on the blockchain. The trifecta approach of the fastest network powered by the gaming community, a scalable network powered by AAA game developers and the blockchain offering the best user experience with fast transactions and zero gas fees for users, readies participants to enter the Oasys and play.

For more information, please visit:
Website: https://www.oasys.games/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/oasys_games
Discord: http://discord.gg/oasysgames

About Celer Network

Celer is a blockchain interoperability protocol enabling a one-click user experience accessing tokens, DeFi, GameFi, NFTs, governance, privacy solutions and more across multiple chains. Developers can build inter-chain-native dApps using the Celer Inter-chain Message SDK to gain access to efficient liquidity utilization, coherent application logic, and shared states. Users of Celer-enabled dApps will enjoy the benefits of a diverse multi-blockchain ecosystem with the simplicity of a single-transaction UX, all from a single chain.

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