Overcoming the Resistance to Blockchain Games


Witek Radomski
Enjin, Co-Founder & CTO

Witek Radomski is co-founder & CTO of Enjin, where he oversees the company’s technical engineering, product vision, and development. Witek wrote the code for one of the first ever NFTs in 2017 and is the author of ERC-1155, a groundbreaking Ethereum token standard that enables developers to deploy both fungible and non-fungible items in a single smart contract.

Chris LoVerme
SpacePirate Games, CEO

Chris is the Founder and CEO of SpacePirate Games - a game development studio focused on building the next generation of blockchain-based games. Prior to SpacePirate Games, Chris consulted at Microsoft, 505 Games, and Bioware. Chris also worked for NASA/JPL as a network engineer on the Cassini, Mars Rover, and Stardust projects. As a forward-thinking developer, he is a respected voice in the blockchain gaming community.

Dean Takahashi
GamesBeat, Lead Writer

Web 3.0 is the ultimate destination for playing, discussing, and creating games—but app stores have been nervous about welcoming blockchain and NFTs onto their platforms; regulators have been unclear; and gamers have been resistant. It reminds us of the early days of free-to-play games. We’ll discuss these obstacles and alternative paths to innovative games using web3 technologies.