A proposal has been submitted to nail down a FASTR and Gala Games partnership. Essentially, Gala asked anyone operating a Gala Network node to vote on adding the team-based tactical shooter to its ecosystem. Those who wanted to have their say needed to cast a ballot by the end of Monday 1st November.
So what would a FASTR and Gala Games partnership look like? Well, for one thing, 8.5% of all NFTs and tokens that come out of the deal would be paid to the combined Gala Network Node operators. Clearly, then, this sounds like a pretty tempting offer for them.
As for the proposal itself, the idea is to send FASTR developers Melbourne Interactive Studios $1million in funding. This would be taken from the Gala Games Development Fund, which — at the time of writing — held a total of $100million. Quite what this would be used for isn’t clear. Although, according to reports, there are currently no plans to integrate a token into the game. Nevertheless, if the deal goes ahead it could be a huge boost to the future development of FASTR.
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The possible FASTR and Gala Games partnership isn’t the only news coming from Gala. In September the company announced a new pricing system for Founder’s Nodes. That’s the independent blockchain run by the Gala community. Originally, the cost was $100 per 100 node licenses sold. This has now increased to $500 per 100 sold. It’s important to note, though, the most anyone will ever pay for a single node is $100.
However, you can only invest in these using the GALA token. Simply put, this is the native token on the Gala Games ecosystem. Elsewhere in Gala Games news, the platform’s ‘Town Star‘ title unveiled play-to-earn mechanics in early October. This was just weeks after the introduction of its own TownCoin. Meanwhile, mid-September saw the company value skyrocket 265% after Binance announced its intention to list the GALA token. Given these points, all of which suggest a lot of developments at Gala, it seems the team behind FASTR may want to jump on board after all.