Cardano blockchain powered gaming app Sp8de completes second phase of MVP

Sp8de, a blockchain casino built on top of the Cardano blockchain announced that the second stage of MVP development has been successfully completed. Within this stage, the basic protocol development went further to provide verified randomness and ease of integration.

There were significant changes made to the modules of integration; randomness generation; and operations history (storage module).

It was also reported that significant progress was made with regards to client library development. By the end of this month, these works are expected to be 100% completed.

Making up a huge chunk of the infrastructure, the previous stage was mainly dedicated to the infrastructure for the end users.

The first stage provided for the creation of a user account portal, purchases, token deposits, and the ability to execute transactions and to access the basic API.

For Sp8de, this progress means that the system now can be integrated with back-end systems of both online and land-based gaming providers.

With all of these core elements executed, the team will next look to finalize the core systems and start building the testing environment.

[perfectpullquote align=”full” bordertop=”false” cite=”Evgeny Borchers, SP8DE CVO” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””]“The first stages of development are of utter importance – it’s here that we saw our initial plans to be correct. Now we can proceed smoothly to reach our final goal – fully transparent, easy to play, exciting games of chance!”[/perfectpullquote]

Parallel Development on Cardano

The news comes as this week, IOHK launched an IELE virtual machine testnet for Cardano. The plan for Sp8de is to have a team of developers dedicated solely to exploring the progress of the Cardano project. The goal is to develop Sp8de in parallel with Cardano utilizing all the pieces of functionality available.


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