JAN 18, 2024
Carrieverse teams up with Internet Computer for content and marketing partnership
Web3 firm Carrieverse has entered into a strategic partnership with the South Korean division of the public decentralized network the Internet Computer, ICP.Hub Korea, to expand their respective blockchain ecosystems, according to an article published by local news outlet Newspim on Thursday (KST). The two firms plan to create content and collaborate on marketing strategies.
The Internet Computer brings autonomous serverless cloud functionality to the Internet, allowing builders to bring Web3 services and enterprise systems to the public. It was launched in May 2021 after five years of development by the Swiss non-profit organization DFINITY Foundation.
The network is also known for its Web2 and Web3 interoperability, scalability, sustainability and tamperproof software. In particular, it employs a reverse gas model unlike most EVM-compatible blockchains, which allows end users to view and utilize smart contracts with just a standard web browser without setting up a wallet or own token assets.
ICP, the Internet Computer’s native token, is currently ranked 16th on CoinMarketCap’s price rankings by market capitalization, with a market capitalization of approximately $5.6 billion.
Navigating the Web3 sphere
Meanwhile, Carrieverse’s Web3 services include a metaverse, a blockchain gaming platform called Cling and the card strategy role-playing game (RPG) Superkola Tactics, which is playable on Cling. These platforms are governed by the Carrieverse token ($CVTX), which is listed on several crypto exchanges like Bitget and BingX. The firm was also selected to join the UAE’s Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC) in November to establish a local subsidiary that will serve as a hub to expand the company’s global Web3 ecosystem.
Together, the two parties are expected to pave new paths in the South Korean Web3 industry.