Web3 gaming infrastructure
This research delves into the core principles of Web3 gaming, including player ownership and interoperability, illustrated by examples like Cradles and Elemental Raiders.
Actual news, events, insides from Web3 Syndika experts
Delve into how Tpoint is revolutionizing the way squash is played outdoors as well as how Syndika assisted the team in developing the Tpoint app
Critical insights for ambitious founders by On Yavin from the Global Blockchain Congress panel “Ways for Startups and Young Companies to Become Investor Ready”.
Discover how Syndika assisted IX Swap in developing its solution and how the IX Swap’s platform is revolutionizing the private market landscape through security tokens and tokenization.
In this article, we’ll provide you with insights into the initial stages of software outsourcing – from identifying your business needs and goals to finding a reliable outsourcing company online.
Outsourcing software development, an area that’s sometimes viewed through the lens of stereotypes, can become an integral part of your business.
Outsourcing and outstaffing are two distinct models of offshore software development with their respective advantages and risks.
Discover how Syndika’s team contributed to the development of Kima, a groundbreaking Web3 cross-chain money transfer protocol addressing Web3’s interoperability challenges
In the realm of blockchain development, just like any other software development field, outsourcing involves hiring external professionals or development firms to implement a blockchain-based solution for your startup. This can encompass a range of services, from outsourcing software development tasks to design, quality assurance, and even project management for a product.
What has been actively discussed since the 1950s and depicted in books and movies by many science fiction artists (with special credit to Isaac Asimov), Artificial Intelligence (AI) is now on everyone’s radar, from scientists to employees in software development companies.
Syndika leverages Kima’s technology and infrastructure to build its Bitcoin (BTC) to Wrapped Bitcoin (WBTC) converter app, giving BTC holders easy access to the world of DeFi.
Throughout this article, we will focus more on a specific duo that has gained prominence in the realm of decentralized governance – Tally and OpenZeppelin Governor. These two platforms have established themselves as influential tools for managing and executing on-chain voting processes, offering robust features and seamless integration with DAO ecosystems.
The rise of distributed ledger technology has revolutionised the way we think about decentralised systems and their applications. This article presents a comparison of two major blockchain platforms: Ethereum (as the genesis of EVM based blockchains) and TON (The Open Network). Both platforms are designed to facilitate decentralised applications and smart contracts, however they are very different in essence. The article compares the two platforms based on their architecture, consensus mechanisms, specifics of smart contract development, community support, and more. It also examines the potential applications and use cases of each platform, as well as their strengths and weaknesses. The findings aim to provide readers with a comprehensive understanding of these two distributed ledger technologies, aiding businesses and developers in making informed decisions when considering the adoption of decentralised platforms for their projects.
Last week, Syndika’s Head of Business, On Yavin, had the pleasure of speaking at a panel on major investing trends in DeFi and crypto, at the London Blockchain Finance Summit. Here are some of the key takeaways: Overall, DeFi and crypto are exciting and rapidly growing industries with a lot of potential. Investors who are interested […]
The Metaverse has become a buzzword since 2021 (thank you, Facebook), gradually bringing to life a concept once only imagined in the realm of science fiction. Whether you think of it as the future of the Internet, the Web of activities, a virtual world that connects all other virtual sub-worlds, or a massively scaled, interactive, […]
Explore how Syndika helped Alty build its solution from scratch and what value Alty’s Web3 platform brings to the Web3 community management.
The rise of distributed ledger technology has revolutionized the way we think about decentralized systems and their applications. Among the many blockchain platforms available, Hedera and Polygon have emerged as popular choices for businesses and developers seeking to leverage distributed ledger technologies with improved metrics for various use cases. This article presents a comparative analysis of Hedera and Polygon, focusing on their key features, consensus mechanisms, scalability, transaction fees, ecosystem, and some decentralized application examples. The findings aim to provide readers with a comprehensive understanding of these two distributed ledger technologies, aiding businesses and developers in making informed decisions when considering the adoption of decentralized platforms for their projects.
In this article, we will discuss five potential challenges that, when understood, can help you build a successful Web3 startup capable of scaling and adapting to market conditions.
Over the past decade, blockchain technology has gained significant adoption, growing from technology for the first cryptocurrencies (as of March 2023, approximately 337,263 Bitcoin transactions were conducted in a single day) into a large ecosystem of various solutions.
Syndika is revolutionizing the collaborative landscape for web3 specialists and startups, transforming the way they join forces and build their endeavors.
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