- Waves CEO, Sasha Ivanov made a number of announcements through a tweet
- More games, and grants to come soon to the platform
- A “very big real-world partnership” on the cards for Waves
Waves (WAVES) founder and CEO, Sasha Ivanov tweeted on February 3, 2019, that a “very big real-world partnership” is in pipeline for the decentralized project.
WAVES Looks to Blaze the Trail in 2019
2019 could prove to be a watershed for virtually all the active cryptocurrency projects and Waves is no exception.
In a tweet that has garnered much attention on the internet, Sasha Ivanov, the CEO, and founder of Waves platform hinted that the project is slated to undergo a number of major developments in the “next couple of weeks.”
Next couple weeks in $Waves universe:
– More games on Waves
– First Waveslabs grants to be distributed
– Smart assets functionality fully operational
– Very big "real world" partnership to be announced
and tons of other stuff 🙂
— Sasha Ivanov (@sasha35625) February 3, 2019
Ivanov mentioned that more games are likely to be added to the Waves platform. Decentralized gaming is inarguably one of the most active utilities of blockchain technology. The huge popularity of games like CrytoKitties is a testimony to it.
Ivanov added that Waves Labs will distribute its first grant in the next few weeks. He also mentioned that the platform’s smart assets functionality is set to become fully operational as well. In fact, Waves smart contract platform recently got a massive impetus when it was added to Microsoft Azure platform.
However, perhaps the biggest highlight of Ivanov’s tweet is the mention of a “very big real world” partnership for Waves. Speculations have already set social media platforms abuzz regarding Waves’ partnership contenders. Notably, the firm has already entered into partnerships with corporate giants such as Deloitte, Gazprombank Digital, the Russian National Settlement Depository, and others.
Riding the WAVES
Cryptocurrency storage platform provider Waves has made quite a few noticeable strides in 2019 already. As reported by BlockchainReporter on January 30, 2019, the platform launched its smart contracts offering on Microsoft Azure.
Similarly, Waves joined the likes of Bitcoin, Ether, and other top digital currencies on January 11, 2019, when it came to light that digital money platform Wirex has added WAVES token to its coin roster.
As previously written by BlockchainReporter on December 27, 2018, Waves released their Explorer 2.0 App with optimization for mobile phones. The new updated off from Waves has faster loading speed as it comes with a code that eliminates unnecessary API calls.