Motivated by the requirements of their clients who are currently in operation or in the process of obtaining regulated gaming licenses, ZeU Crypto Networks Inc. has announced the deployment of four categories of their blockchain-based games on the EOS Testnet network. Over a period of 90 days, the company will be collecting operations data from EOS Testnets to establish a dataset which they’ll provide to their clients.
ZeU Crypto Networks Inc, founded in 2018, is a Canadian Securities Exchange listed company engaged in the development of state-of-the-art blockchain solutions. The company’s products include The Mula Platform, a virtual identity and user management infrastructure functioning independently from third-party infrastructure such as banks or government databases. They also have peer-to-peer (P2P) lotteries and gaming offerings based on blockchain technology.
The four games being deployed on EOS testnets are dice, lottery, auction, and slot.
- Dice – players can select big or small, or choose 1-5 numbers from the board. When the
number(s) match the total value of the three dice, the player wins.
- Lottery – players can select odd or even, or choose 5 numbers. When the numbers match the last
five digits of the BlockID, the player wins.
- Auction – players attempt to outbid each other to win the pot. ZeU’s random number generator is
used to determine the winning bid.
- Slot – players enjoy a classic slot machine game of matching images. The more matching images,
the more a player wins.
The company encourages the general public to test out the games for free while they are on EOS testnets to ensure independent data verification of their dataset. The company is also shifting its gaming development team toward its core project of a peer-to-peer, decentralized, and ownership-distributed casino platform. Allowing players to create their own side bets, trade bets, and create bet derivatives.
ZeU isn’t planning to become a gaming operator but instead will “lease” its platform by charging a small fee on token transactions with profits being contained and redistributed to live players and token stakeholders. Their focus still remains on the sale, licensing, research, development, marketing, promotion, and servicing of the next generation of blockchain applications.
It remains to be seen whether the company will choose to develop and deploy its blockchain solutions on the EOS mainnet. Logic, however, suggests they will use the EOS mainnet, or at least an EOSIO-based chain, since tests are already being run on EOS, which happens to be the best performant blockchain in the world.
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