BlockChain Technology

The development of our Web 3.0 games is built on a robust technology stack that leverages the latest advancements in blockchain technology, cloud-based computing, and game development. In this section, we provide an overview of the various components of our technology stack, including the Ethereum network, smart contracts, AWS cloud-based backend, databases, APIs, Unity game engine, and security measures.


Our games are built on the Ethereum network.

Smart Contracts

Our game's smart contract architecture is built on Solidity, a programming language designed specifically for Ethereum-based smart contracts. We use smart contracts to implement the game's logic and functionality, including gameplay rules, reward distribution, and player interactions. A reputable third-party firm audits our smart contracts to ensure their integrity and security.

AWS Cloud-based Backend

We have built our game's backend on a cloud-based solution that leverages Amazon Web Services (AWS), one of the most popular and trusted cloud computing platforms. Our backend solution is fully AWS compliant, providing a scalable and secure infrastructure for hosting and managing the game's data and services. AWS also offers various services that enable us to optimize our backend performance, such as auto-scaling, load balancing, and data storage.


Our frontend is connected to our backend through REST APIs, which allow for seamless communication between the two components. We use AWS API Gateway to create, deploy, and manage our APIs, providing a secure and scalable solution for accessing backend services.


We have implemented several security measures to protect our game from malicious attacks and ensure its integrity. Our smart contracts undergo rigorous security audits to identify and mitigate potential vulnerabilities. We also use SSL encryption to secure communication between our frontend and backend components. Additionally, we use AWS security services, such as AWS WAF, to protect against common web-based attacks, such as cross-site scripting (XSS) and SQL injection.

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