The Me3 ecosystem has announced the launch of a closed beta version of its non-custodial wallet. The company will look to welcome a wave of consumers to the Web3 space in collaboration with Play3 and EVOS Esports.
According to the press release, the company believes in the potential of the blockchain gaming space. This idea has led to the launch of a digital non-custodial wallet optimized for gaming. A non-custodial wallet ensures the safety of a user’s cryptocurrency by giving them unique control over private keys.
Play3, the SEA-based Web3 GameFi platform, acquired a strategic stake in Me3 last month to expand in the Web3 gaming area. EVOS Esports is a new partner for Me3 that garners mobile teams in games such as Mobile Legends, Free Fire, PUBG Mobile, Realm of Valor, and League of Legends: Wild Rift.
Me3’s Co-Founder Matthew Ainscow commented on the company’s strategy for the future:
“Our strategy is simple. Be an enabler by providing a set of tools that makes user acquisition simple for Web2 properties. Their users don’t have time to figure out cryptic concepts such as “wrapped ether” or “slippage” just to play a game. We simply take the friction and learning curve out of the equation.”
Hong Loon Gan, Co-Founder of Me3, shared thoughts about blockchain gaming:
“People are realizing that gaming may be the biggest real-world application for blockchain technology. Persistent worlds, item portability, and digital scarcity make a step change in the gaming environment and a consumer’s ability to be immersed in the games.”
Me3 states that this wallet will be an all-in-one solution, especially for users that are new to the Web3 space. The company shares that Me3 is designed for Web2 users, giving them a familiar experience that they would typically have in Web2 without the need to understand the complex structure of Web3.