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Unite Seoul feels like a distant dream. Paired with our first Korean meetup, the week of the Unity conference in Seoul was busy yet rewarding in every possible way. Here’s what happened.
In 2018, we made our South Korean debut at Unite Seoul—and it was “bloody amazing.”
So amazing, in fact, that it prompted us to establish a dedicated team in Seoul given the high demand for Enjin in Korea, not to mention the fact that Korea is one of the most active markets for games and blockchain tech.
While last year’s event was a great warm up, this year we were armed with various live products, tools, and use cases to showcase to Unity developers—namely our Blockchain SDK for Unity, which has already been downloaded more than 650 times from the Unity Asset Store since its public release in March.
Unite Seoul saw its highest attendance yet this year, with approximately 5,000 people coming to explore the full creative potential of the Unity platform, network and brainstorm with Unity experts and industry leaders, and get a peek at what Unity will bring in the future.
Likewise, Unite Seoul was an opportunity for us to show attendees how to unlock the power and creative potential of the Ethereum blockchain in their games via Unity.
Our efforts to do so were supported by a prime booth location. Set directly at the entrance of the speaker venue, anyone who attended a speaking session was exposed to the Enjin booth.
As expected, we had endless traffic and countless opportunities to explain the powerful ways in which the Enjin Platform and Blockchain SDK for Unity can help developers supercharge their community-building, crowdfunding, and monetization strategies.
Many of our interactions with developers began with the question “How can you use blockchain ...
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