Metaline Deployment on Arbitrum
Metaline deployment on Arbitrum has been announced recently. MetaLine has chosen Arbitrum as the first official deployment destination for the protocol.
With over 51% of the TVL market share, which is over $2.6 billion today, Arbitrum is currently the fastest-growing layer 2. Transaction costs are significantly lower compared to Mainnet and are also near-instant.
Arbitrum can be advantageous for users or projects with large transaction volumes, such as game developers, social projects, and blockchain applications like NFTs and DeFi. And this can be perfect for a blockchain game with high interaction intensity, such as Metaline! After all, the cheap transaction fees and the cheap deployment costs really matter!
The Arbitrum NFT Game community is tight-knit, passionate, and, most importantly, committed to building Game projects the right way with long-term incentives in mind, both for developers and holders. We are honored to join the Arbitrum family and bring the best Web3 gaming experience to the community’s members.
In 2022, MetaLine has successfully run two rounds of public testing and has undergone some major upgrades in terms of the website and core product. They are now ready to launch their brand new Web3-based sailing strategic game. And that is expected to happen in March 2023.
MetaLine is a large-scale Web3-based multi-connect game for nautical management, adventure, and strategy. MetaLine has six system modules, including a production and trading system, upgrading system, port system, combat system, NFT system, and ecosystem. Through the cooperation and association between different mission systems, achieve rich gameplay, and build the empire on the sea. With the gradual release of missions, the built-in port system also opens the door for more users to enter the metauniverse. Combined with the combat system, the game experience will reach its peak.
Arbitrum is an Ethereum scaling solution developed by Offchain Labs. A suite of Ethereum scaling solutions that enable high-throughput, low-cost smart contracts while remaining trustless and secure. Arbitrum uses a technique known as optimistic rollups to record batches of submitted transactions on the Ethereum main chain, and execute them on cheap, scalable layer 2 sidechains while leveraging Ethereum to ensure correct results.