CryptoFights Migrates to Bitcoin SV

CryptoFights Migrates to Bitcoin SV to Improve User Experience

A Blockchain-based 3D fighting game, CryptoFights powered by blockchain technology, recently made an announcement about its migration from Ethereum to Bitcoin SV blockchain. The blockchain-powered PvP fighting game aims to improve the user experience and position itself as a leader in the industry.

The developers of the game decided to take advantage of Bitcoin SV’s potential to process a significant number of transactions efficiently.

Similarly, the developers point out a philosophical reason to take such a decision. The team believes that blockchain backed by Craig Wright has the greater potential to scale and remain in the face of operations.

Initially, the game was scheduled for battles to run on Ethereum sidechain, where inventories of the heroes would be stored using ERC-1155 tokens.

Because of this switch, CryptoFights makes its programming a little more complicated by using two different blockchains.

The team that developed this game explains that they expanded their options since both aspects have different characteristics which can be better exploited in different blockchains.

The developer team, on the official website of the game, outlines the strong points of both Enjin and Bitcoin SV –

“Bitcoin SV & Enjin Coin power CryptoFights. Bitcoin SV is the original Bitcoin. It restores the original Bitcoin protocol, will keep it stable, and allow it to scale massively. The project name represents the ‘Satoshi Vision’ or SV.”

“Enjin is the largest gaming community platform online with over 250,000 gaming communities and 18.7 million registered gamers.”

Here Comes a Good News for Bitcoin SV

This decision of CryptoFights marks a victory for Bitcoin Cash’s fork. As indicated by DappRadar, the most popular platforms among games are currently based on Ethereum, EOS and Tron.

However, it’s important to note that Bitcoin SV is still in its young age and has not promoted itself as an attractive platform for games by far.