Netmarble launches proprietary blockchain ecosystem for Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds, Monster Arena and Everybody's Marble: Meta World
Netmarble is joining in on the blockchain bandwagon as the leading developer and publisher launches its own proprietary blockchain ecosystem. In particular, the MBX and MARBLEX Wallet will be applied to a few of Netmarble’s titles in its roster, such as Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds, Monster Arena and Everybody's Marble: Meta World.
In Netmarble's latest update, players should expect to familiarise themselves with MBX, a Klaytn mainnet-based blockchain ecosystem. It's also now available for trade via Klayswap. In addition, users can now store MBX with the MARBLEX Wallet. The new update also lets players convert in-game currency into the game token.
In the future, users can expect a swap feature for MBXL, along with an MBX Explorer that allows players to search for any info on the transaction details of the MBX. At the moment, players can take advantage of the token swap feature between MBX and Klatn. Currently, players of Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds, Monster Arena and Everybody's Marble: Meta World will be able to take part in the proprietary blockchain ecosystem.
If you're eager to know more about the new system, you can check out the MARBLEX website to stay privy to the latest news. You can also join the community of followers over on the official Twitter page to stay updated on all the latest developments.
As for the games themselves, Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds is one of Netmarble's most anticipated titles, and it's currently only available in a handful of regions. If you want to get your hands on it as well, you can check out our guide on "Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds release date and the rest you need to know".
For now, you can also head on over to our list of the top 57 best soft launch mobile games for iPhone, iPad or Android for more upcoming titles you can play right now!