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“Blockchain Brawlers” NFT Collection Launches Later this Month

WAX, (Worldwide Asset eXchange), co-founder William Quigley has a vision for the future. One in which an NFT bridge – built by the company – would enable blockchain and NFT marketplaces to thrive despite their different chain types.

Quigley’s vision took a giant leap forward recently has the company announced the launch of its GameFi project, ‘Blockchain Brawlers’, that enables users to transfer NFTs used in the game interchangeably between Binance Smart Chain and WAX blockchain through the NFT bridge developed by WAX.

​​“The NFT bridge built by WAX can build a future we envision, in which blockchain and NFT marketplaces are accessible to everyone regardless of the chain types,” said William Quigley, co-founder of WAX.

The NFT collection of ‘Blockchain Brawlers’ will be auctioned on Binance NFT Marketplace for the first time on November 30, 2021. Being able to transfer NFTs used in game to other blockchains through bridges will bring the GameFi industry to the next level. With the free transfers of NFTs, the global mass adoption rate of gaming NFTs will increase.

Binance Smart Chain (BSC) is the first blockchain to be connected with WAX and ‘Blockchain Brawlers’ will be the first gaming dApp that enables cross-chain ecosystem for NFTs. The first batch of ‘Blockchain Brawlers’ NFTs, called ‘Founder’s Edition’, consist of 100 NFTs that come in four different editions: Standard, Hardcore, Cage Match and Death Match. Each of these Brawler NFT will play an integral role in the upcoming ‘Blockchain Brawlers’ play-to-earn game where they will fight for fortune and fame.

In the first phase of the upcoming NFT bridge by WAX and BSC, users will be able to use their WAX Cloud

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