Dayton Mills is the founder and CEO of Branch and a naturally born community builder, developer, and gamer. Having dropped out of high school in 2016, Dayton focused on building Minecraft servers. He created Statscraft, a plugin for Minecraft users to view metrics of their servers, which was later acquired by Tebex in 2017. Now, Dayton focuses all of his time on developing Branch and its community!
Branch utilizes blockchain technology, mainly NFTs, into their game-play. Through this technology, gamers fully own their in-game assets and the process of character creation and customization.
However, Branch is built to be web2-friendly. Players will not require to own an NFT to participate! Users will be able to play and additionally play-to-earn with no up-front costs.
With Branch’s passionate and experienced team, fun game-play, and use of innovative technology, we are bullish that Branch will create the next social game.
To learn more about them read their latest press release and follow them on their socials linked below.
'Animal Crossing Meets Minecraft': Branch Raises $12.5M for Play-to-Earn Project
May 11, 2022
Virtual HQs race to win over a remote-work-fatigued market - TechCrunch
November 18, 2020
- Play-to-earn (gaming)Play-to-earn is a gaming concept in which a game platform allows players to earn in-game assets that can be transferred to the real world.
- Web3Web3 is referring to a new generation of web services with a blockchain based decentralized architecture that enables new capabilities such as built-in economic protocol and self-executable code which can be utilized to build trustless, community-owned & operated networks/systems with the goal of democratizing ownership of the internet networks.