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Assasin’s Creed Dev Partners With Ultra To Validate Transactions For Gamers

Assasin’s Creed game developer, Ubisoft partners with EOS-based game distribution platform Ultra to validate transactions for gamers.

On Nov. 21 a press release was shared stating that Ubisoft will be a corporate block producer on the testnet version of Ultra’s EOS sidechain, dubbed as UOS.

Ubisoft becomes the first #Ultra Corporate Block Producer. Joining Bitfinex, EOS NY and EOS Rio in our journey to create the video game industry blockchain gold standard. More: @eosnewyork @eosriobrazil @bitfinex #EOS #EOSIO — Ultra (@ultra_io) November 21, 2019

The company will help maintain the network and approve transactions on it during the trial period. Transactions on the network will include in-game asset creations, ownership transfers between players and payments.

Partnership With Best Interest

Founder and co-CEO of Ultra, Nicolas Gilot says Ultra chose Ubisoft as the block producer because Ubisoft has:

“Years long dedication to exploring blockchain technology ensures they have the knowledge and skills to be excellent block producers.”

Ubisoft’s Blockchain Initiative director Nicolas Pouard adds:

“During this first trial period of collaboration, we hope to help them in bringing it to a larger scale and experiment with the possibilities this opens up for the industry.”

Crunchbase, a company data website estimates Ubisoft’s revenue to be $2.5 billion. Its Assassin’s creed series videogame reportedly sold over 140 million copies.

Source: Cointelegraph | Image: Ubisoft /



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