Introduction to GameFi
Game Finance or GameFi is the persistence, valuation and exchange of immutable gaming assets on a blockchain under a framework that provides comprehensive trading financial functiuons.
The idea behind GameFi is to create reliable persistability for assets and player-ownership. These assets would traditionally be stored held in gated walled gardens or on centralized cloud services of game developers. Under GameFi, these assets can be stored immutably for reliable query on the blockchain.
Caduceus GameFi resources help to enable game platforms such as Unity and Unreal to connect to the Caduceus blockchain. This represents one end of the GameFi continuum. The other end is the Caduceus Metaverse blockchain that persists gaming asset information in a format that enables the generation of entire economies upon gaming ecosystems.
Caduceus will continue to introduce special GameFi protocols - collections of smart contracts that will allow blockchain based and metaverse based games to create, persist, evaluate, and trade in-game assets with a vision to promote in-game value development.
Caduceus looks to integrate with the Unity developer community, while introducing its own community to the C-Sharp environment. Since the community will be well versed with VS Code, this existing IDE may be used for C-Sharp development. (https://code.visualstudio.com/docs/other/unity)
While looking at Unity, it also worth examining the state of the Android market. Approximately 80 percent of games, including those built in Unity, end up on Android.