KDDI joins the list of validators on Oasys Blockchain

Oasys Blockchain has added KDDI, a Japanese telecommunications company, to its list of validators. The blockchain network, known for its successful partnerships, recently added KDDI to the list of validators that SoftBank entered in February 2023. The addition of KDDI to the list of validators reaffirms the network’s mission to promote the adoption of blockchain technology.

Through this partnership, KDDI is exploring opportunities for gaming and entertainment via collaboration with the network. The development of KDDI follows the launch of αu – Alpha U, a metaverse service that allows users to unleash their creativity. Products and services offered in Alpha U include music, streaming, art appreciation, and virtual shopping, among others. Users are also at liberty to explore the marketplace and digital asset wallet in KDDI’s Alpha U.

Other validators on the list are Ubisoft, SEGA, Yield Guild Games, and Bandai Namco Research, among others. All validators, including traditional and blockchain gaming, come from different backgrounds to stabilize and secure the Oasis network.

Shunpei Tatebayashi, the General Manager of the Business Incubation Development Department at KDDI, has expressed the commitment of KDDI by saying that the Japanese giant will work with Oasys Blockchain in redefining the boundaries of Web3. Shunpei has added that KDDI brings to the table experience in communications infrastructure for the purpose of supporting the blockchain.

The GM at KDDI has appreciated Oasys for maintaining a successful record of its partnerships with Japanese companies that work in the domain of gaming and entertainment.

That makes Oasys the perfect contender for KDDI to partner with as a validator. Both will now work in the Web3 domain to help the Japanese company develop an area dedicated to gaming and entertainment in the virtual world. Alpha U is driven by the community, which constantly showcases its creativity. Anything that will come in the future with KDDI and Oasys will surely surpass that image for a better user experience.

Daiki Moriyama, the director of Oasys, has responded to the statement by Shunpei with equal enthusiasm. Daiki has said that it is an honor to partner with KDDI, especially since it has watched the venture drive growth in the digital ecosystem of Japan.

Daiki has concluded the statement by stating that everyone at Oasys is looking forward to the future collaborations that will enhance the stability and security of the network while pushing the boundaries for entertainment and gaming.

Oasys is betting on adopting blockchain technology to achieve its mission of bringing the world on board with blockchain gaming. Partnerships like these accelerate the efforts of Oasys. Since they are mostly with brands with a renowned industry reputation, it only helps the cause that Oasys has kicked off.

Established in 2022, Oasys has done a commendable job of partnering with many brands to make them node validators. It is backed by the mechanism of Proof-of-Stake. KDDI offers 5G and IoT services in Japan. A slight pivot in the direction of Web3 will undoubtedly help the brand rise better in the industry.

By partnering with KDDI, Oasys has added a prominent Japanese company to its list of validators. The collaboration will help KDDI redefine its boundaries of Web3 and leverage Oasys’ expertise in blockchain gaming. Both companies will work together to develop an area dedicated to gaming and entertainment in the virtual world. Through partnerships like these, Oasys will continue to accelerate its efforts to promote the adoption of blockchain technology.


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