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Discord with Ethereum connectivity – Webitcoin

Discord CEO Jason Citron toyed with the possible implementation of the Ethereum network in the popular communication app.

The CEO of popular communication app Discord has posted a photo of the pre-release version of an upcoming update where users will be able to connect their apps to the Ethereum network via MetaMask or WalletConnect.

Discord is a very popular communication app that allows users to broadcast, chat, talk and video conference, while also setting up dedicated servers, chat rooms and whatnot.

Today, November 9, 2021, Jason Citron, founder and CEO of Discord, posted a photo of a pre-release version of a future update to the app, which indicates that users will be able to connect it to their MetaMask or WalletConnect wallets.

Nothing else has been revealed about this, and there is no indication of what features this will unlock, although some users are already concerned about the scalability issues of the Ethereum network.

Jumping forward to P2E?

Discord is predominantly used by players to communicate while playing a variety of different games, including first person shooters, mass multiplication online games, strategies, roll-playing games and whatnot. In addition, almost all other cryptocurrency projects also set up a Discord server with a variety of channels where they try to create and serve their communities.

Play to win is becoming a particularly popular concept in the cryptocurrency field, and it’s entirely possible that Discord will try to capture as much of the winnings as possible.

In any case, it is also true that the millions of people who use Discord would cause an overload on the Ethereum network if, for example, the operations in the application were done via blockchain in some way.

Source: CryptoPotato

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