Intella X raised $12 million from investors that include Polygon, Animoca Brands and Magic Eden.
Prior to its planned launch on Polygon, the Web3 game platform Intella X raised $12 million in funding.
There were a number of investors, including Polygon, Animoca Brands, Magic Eden, Planetarium, Big Brain Holdings, Crit Ventures, JoyCity, Pearl Abyss, XL Games, Wemix, and Global Coin Research.
Neowiz, a South Korean gaming company, collaborated with Polygon to create Intella X. It advertises itself as a next-generation gaming platform that uses features like simplified wallet creation and meta transactions to lower entry barriers and enhance user experience in web3.
Through its native currency and its decentralized income distribution algorithm, the platform will reward participants in its ecosystem, such as game developers and users, as well as them with shares of its profits.
The deployment will also feature’s proprietary web3 wallet, decentralized exchange, NFT marketplace, launchpad, and several games, all of which are scheduled to launch later in the first quarter.
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