Ethereum is the most popular digital currency on the planet, with over 10 million transactions daily.
In the past year, it has become a platform for companies to exchange value and create virtual currency in real-world settings.
However, with a growing focus on blockchain technology, developers are building more and more games using the platform.
In fact, developers have begun using Ethereum in the development of games, using it to create real-time virtual currency trading cards and trading apps, according to a recent report by Polygon.
The publication said that there are currently more than a dozen games using Ethereum, and they include such popular titles as DigiCash, DOGE, and Cryptopia.
In addition to using Ethereum for virtual currency exchanges, developers also want to use the platform to develop other kinds of blockchain-based games.
“The technology has potential to revolutionize the entertainment industry, and developers are beginning to explore its potential,” the publication said.
For example, Cryptopia, a blockchain game developed by DOGECO, allows users to buy and sell virtual currency and tokens.
In other words, players can buy and exchange virtual currencies like dollars, gold, and coins.
Cryptopia has already been released on Ethereum.
Crypto-punks like the recently released Cryptopia: Digitale and DigiCoin will also be released on the platform this year, according the publication.
“With a growing community of developers, developers now realize the potential of the platform,” the publisher said.
“Ethereum’s platform offers an ecosystem of developers that can collaborate to build the next generation of games.”