Wemade Tree, the blockchain subsidiary of South Korean gaming giant Wemade, said it has released an app for its long-awaited crypto wallet and an accompanying exchange platform – allowing users to store and trade digital tokens, in-game currencies and non-fungible tokens (NFTs).
Images released by the firm show that the wallet features support for two of Wemade’s own tokens, as well as chat app operator Kakao’s klay cryptoasset.
The firm said that its solution lets players “acquire digital assets when playing Wemix-based games” – allowing users to make use of the “digital assets” in games – or exchange them in transactions with other wallet users.
Wemade Tree CEO Shane Kim told Our that the wallet is a user interface for the Wemix platform that provides decentralized exchange and even marketplace functionality for exchanging and trading both Fungible Tokens and NFTs: “Additional functions will be added in the near future.”
And Kim claimed that the wallet is also intended for use outside the gaming community. He stated,