- Ethereum (ETH) up 5.9 percent
- Ubisoft considering building and creating a decentralized market place on Ethereum
In a direct boost for Ethereum, Ubisoft is considering building on the platform. That follows Bitwage decision to support ETH. Reflecting on this development, ETH is up 5.9 percent in 24 hours.
Ethereum Price Analysis
Building is a mark of progress, and Ethereum is pretty good at that. Evolving after launching five years ago, the team is resolute in their roadmap. After Homestead, Ethereum is on track, and within the next three years or so, Vitalik’s creation would be running full throttle.
Once Serenity is activated, the network would be scalable, secure with staking features. Backed by widespread adoption and developers fortifying the platform, patching any vulnerability, Bitwage is confident of Ether (ETH), the native currency of Ethereum, and will offer support.
Serving more than 30,000 employees, Bitwage is a payments startup that helps companies pay their workers using cryptocurrencies. Through Bitwage, individuals can receive their portion of salaries in cryptocurrencies via a “faster, cheaper international invoices with direct bank and wallet deposits.”
According to CEO Jonathan Chester, Bitwage aims to close a “financial loop.” Currently, they process more than $2.5 million in monthly volumes by providing two unique services in direct deposit and team wages as part of their payroll services.
“The idea is to give a digital existence on the blockchain to the “items” (accessories) available in video games; content that publishers monetize. Ubisoft is considering working on the blockchain Ethereum, which allows operating this kind of operation.”