BlockchainBrad talks EXCLUSIVELY with Richard Yang, Co-founder of Cocos-BCX, about all things related to Cocos Blockchain Expedition. But what is Cocos-BCX? Well, it is a full stack platform for decentralized games and digital assets. Cocos-BCX is blockchain-based gaming infrastructure built on Cocos2d-x engine – one of the largest gaming developer community with 1.1 million developers. As the WP says, Cocos is a ‘Development and Operating Environment for Decentralized Gaming Applications and Digital Assets’.

Cocos BlockChain Expedition (“Cocos-BCX” ) was designed for developing, operating, managing and exchanging decentralized applications (“dApps”) and in-app assets (“dAssets”) on blockchains. The Platform includes (1) a software framework for multi-system, multiblockchain development, (2) a visual, script-based and data-oriented IDE for dApps and dAssets production, and (3) a blockchain system based on GrapheneTM framework
customized for high-performance applications (“CocosChain”). Essential system components such as a decentralized account system, a crypto wallet system and a crypto exchange system are also provided.


Game Engine
Create, build, and test blockchain games across multiple blockchain platforms.

Development Environment
Cocos-BCX is a complete development environment for blockchain games which is visual, script-based, and data-oriented.

This is a COMPLETELY unpaid interview (NOT SPONSORED) for a project that I deemed worthy of research time, recording, and posting for educational purposes only. I have not received any compensation of any kind for doing this interview: not money, no tokens.

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