The four-day long cruise, which took us from Monte Carlo to Barcelona, to Ibiza, and back again, was an excellent networking opportunity which we seized with pleasure. Steven had several opportunities to present the Qlear protocol at both conferences, while Qlear President and Co-Founder Eric Benz participated in a panel discussion about The State of Blockchain.
A full description and technical documentation of the Qlear protocol has been published and is now available for public review. We are extremely open to your feedback and questions, especially from the game-developer and gamer communities.
With the International Olympic Committee discussing to adopt eSports as an Olympic category, and eSport prize pools already reaching an aggregated amount of $78,095,470, spawning monsters has become a serious business that shouldn’t be left at the mercy of whomever is running the show.
Simple games on the blockchain are not a novelty, but fully-fledged, low latency real-time gaming is unheard off. Learn how combining secure MPC, the Plasma framework, and a unique approach to network bifurcation allows Qlear to render multi-player games on-chain in lightening speed.
Instead of relying on one, trusted entity to compare hands, approve moves and select rightful winners, Qlear delegates this function to a Multi-party Computation network. The MPC functions as an “ideal virtual third party”, that physically can’t cheat or unfairly assist one of the involved parties. Learn how it's done.
Qlear’s distributed Trust Machine provides a game-changing solution for developers and gamers alike. Developers gain a simple-to-integrate tool that helps them to build better games faster, while gamers enjoy a safe and provably-fair environment.