LYNC collaborated with zkSync to make blockchain gaming accessible for all in just minutes!
LYNC, has collaborated with zkSync to revolutionize the world of blockchain gaming. This collaboration will make it easy for game developers to launch their games on the zkSync network in a few clicks.
The collaboration between LYNC and zkSync will unlock a range of possibilities for game developers. With the LYNC SDK, developers will be able to integrate and launch their games on zkSync in just a few minutes, without the need for any complex web3 development. In addition, developers will be able to integrate in-game marketplaces and enable in-game transactions, making it easy for players to buy and sell virtual assets.
LYNC’s SDK also enables cross-chain, cross-application, and cross-platform interoperability, which allows players to take their assets across different games and even different metaverses. This collaboration also unlocks the possibility of listing in-game assets as NFTs and launching any game as an NFT on the zkSync network in a few clicks.
zkSync is a ZK roll-up protocol that provides scalable and low-cost transactions on Ethereum. It uses cryptographic validity proofs to perform computation and store data off-chain, while maintaining the same security level as Ethereum. In addition, zkSync 2.0 is designed to look and feel like Ethereum, but with lower fees.
LYNC’s goal is to make blockchain gaming accessible to everyone without compromising on the gaming experience. By integrating zkSync into their SDK, LYNC is providing game developers with a secure and decentralized way to launch their games on the blockchain in minutes. This collaboration marks a major step forward in the world of blockchain gaming, and will pave the way for a new generation of games that provide players with true ownership and control of their virtual assets.
zkSync is a ZK rollup, a trustless protocol that uses cryptographic validity proofs to provide scalable and low-cost transactions on Ethereum. In zkSync, computation is performed off-chain and most data is stored off-chain as well. As all transactions are proven on the Ethereum mainchain, users enjoy the same security level as in Ethereum.
zkSync 2.0 is made to look and feel like Ethereum, but with lower fees. Just like on Ethereum, smart contracts are written in Solidity/Vyper and can be called using the same clients as the other EVM-compatible chains.
If you’re a game developer and want to explore the potential of blockchain gaming, be sure to check out LYNC and get early access.