Legend of Mir Developer Starts Agreement With Linka Blockchain Payments Company

The developer of the Legend of Mir series, Wemade Tree, has recently signed a new deal with Linkam a blockchain payments company. According to the document signed by the parties, the blockchain gaming platform created by Wemade Tree will start to use Linka for payments.

According to the gaming company, seems that the goal of this new partnership is to make it easier for the clients to pay for services and products using the blockchain technology. The CEO of Wemade Tree, Suk Hwan Kim, affirmed that the users should have a seamless experience and that this effort was made in order to enable that.

Linka is a big company. It may not have years and years of existence, but it was founded by people who worked on companies such as Visa, American Express, Samsung, IBM and Shinhan Card.

The new platform is set to allow users to spend cash, credit cards and Link points, which are used as payment on the ecosystem. With the Linka Wallet, the clients of Wemade Tree can also use, send, receive and withdraw tokens.

Wemade Tree was created back in 2000. It is publicly traded in Korea and it has developed several online games, which are its niche, especially massively-multiplayer online role-playing games (MMORPGs).

Being so focused on the online world, the company was quick to start using the blockchain. Last year, it was one of the first companies to use the Klaytn services, for instance, which were created by the Korean giant Kakao. This year, it is expanding and using Linka’s services as well.

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