Korean gaming company, Wemade, joins forces with Etherscan to develop a block explorer for the WEMIX3.0 mainnet and Kroma project. The partnership aims to enhance transparency and decentralization, allowing users to access detailed transaction history.
Korean gaming company Wemade has partnered with Etherscan to enhance the transparency of the WEMIX3.0 ecosystem. The collaboration aims to develop a block explorer for the WEMIX3.0 mainnet and Kroma, an Ethereum layer 2 project. The new Block Explorer will enable users to access detailed transaction history and is scheduled to launch in the first half of the year.
Etherscan specializes in blockchain data services and has previously developed and operated block explorers for Ethereum, Binance, Polygon, and Arbitrum. By leveraging this expertise, Wemade intends to decentralize the WEMIX3.0 mainnet and enhance transparency within its mega-ecosystem.
Kroma, Wemade’s Ethereum layer 2 project, utilizes optimistic rollup with zkEVM. The project aims to establish a layer 2 blockchain based on zk-rollup technology. Kroma can be interconnected with the WEMIX ecosystem, and the future plan is to integrate layer 2 technology into the WEMIX3.0 mainnet. This integration will enable the WEMIX ecosystem to expand beyond its own blockchain and seamlessly interact with external blockchains.
As a prominent industry leader in game development, Wemade has over 20 years of experience and is actively driving the adoption of blockchain technology in the gaming industry. Through its subsidiary, WEMIX, the company aims to create a platform-driven mega-ecosystem that offers a diverse range of intuitive and user-friendly Web3 services. By partnering with Etherscan and focusing on transparency and decentralization, Wemade seeks to further accelerate the adoption of blockchain technology within its ecosystem.