South Korean gaming giant Wemade uses Chainlink's CCIP to build interoperable web3 gaming ecosystem

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South Korean gaming giant Wemade uses Chainlink's CCIP to build interoperable web3 gaming ecosystem

Wemade, a South Korean gaming giant, will utilize Chainlink's Cross-Chain Interoperability Protocol to create an interoperable Web3 gaming ecosystem.

Wemade said it will build its Unagi omni-chain ecosystem with Chainlink CCIP. Wemix's goal is to build a unified ecosystem by combining and facilitating seamless interactions between blockchains to boost their adoption.

Unagi currently supports 8 significant blockchains, such as Avalanche, Polygon, Arbitrum, BNB's Smart Chain, Optimism, and Ethereum, amongst others.

Wemade's choice of Chainlink's CCIP stems from the protocol's robust security measures, a response to the increasing threats facing cross-chain protocols. The risk management network maintains constantvigilance over possible illegal cross-chain activities, enhancing this security.

This collaboration will give Chainlink exclusive authority to CCIP, enabling Unagi to be a cornerstone of the omnichain initiative. The CCIP will be instrumental in establishing the omnichain protocol, encompassing both off-chain and on-chain functions.

Wemade also revealed that Chainlink Labs has become the first official member of its Certified Organizations for Unagi Round Table group.

COURT is dedicated to research, development, and innovation of an omni-chain ecosystem.

Wemade and Chainlink are working together to develop cross-chain systems connecting multiple blockchain networks. Then, this system would be utilized for easy communication as well as secure transfer of assets between blockchains.

Wemade CEO Henry Chang said both companies have a shared vision for the on-chain future. Chainlink co-founder Sergey Nazarov, Chainlink's co-founder, expressed excitement to help grow the adoption of Web3 gaming.