The video game “DOOM,” released in 1993, can now be obtained and stored on the Dogecoin network. This is thanks to Doginals, a relatively new protocol that allows large amounts of data to be stored entirely on the blockchain.
“Ð is Doginals!”Developer @minidogeart, who put the game on the Dogecoin network, said at launchI posted this. “Now etched forever on the Dogecoin blockchain!”
This means that for games deployed on Doginals, all game data is stored and retrieved from the network. It does not rely on other resources outside the network.
This first-person shooter was one of the first computer games to become popular in the 90s.According to @minidogeartdeveloped by Doginals to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the game’s release.
Starting in May 2023, Inscription will allow developers to put their art collections and games on Dogecoin, proving that the Dogecoin ecosystem is more than just dog-themed meme tokens. There is.
Inscription is the process of storing images, videos, audio, and text files on the blockchain. Inscriptions in Dogecoin are called Doginals, similar to Bitcoin’s Ordinals. This is a relatively new feature in the blockchain ecosystem.
Transactions are active
Such features could open up a thriving ecosystem on the blockchain, strengthening the token’s fundamentals and contributing to price appreciation as demand grows. In May, transactions on the network reached an all-time high due to the growing popularity of Dogecoin subscriptions.
After that, activity has slowed down over the past few months, but it appears to have picked up again recently. According to the data, transactions have increased from 90,000 transactions earlier this month to 420,000 transactions as of January 23rd.
｜Translation: CoinDesk JAPAN
｜Edited by: Toshihiko Inoue
｜Original text: Someone Just Put 90s Darling Game DOOM on Dogecoin