South Korean Publisher Neowiz Launches $10M Polygon Game Accelerator

South Korean game publisher Neowiz plans to fund the next generation of Web3 games on Ethereum scaling network Polygon through its crypto subsidiary, Intella X's new $10M gaming accelerator. The accelerator fund was created in partnership with Polygon Labs to bring Web3 games to the Intella X ecosystem, which currently offers a crypto wallet, decentralized exchange, and NFT marketplace.

WEMIX Unveils WEMIX Kanvas EVM-Equivalent ZK Rollup

Blockchain-based ecosystem developer WEMIX today unveiled WEMIX Kanvas, its next-gen Ethereum Layer 2 based on EVM-Equivalent ZK Rollup - and a key component of the mega blockchain ecosystem which WEMIX is committed to building.

South Korea Court Dismisses Wemade’s Injunction, Local Exchanges to Delist WEMIX

South Korea’s Seoul Central District Court has dismissed the injunction filed by local blockchain game company Wemade Co. Ltd. to stop four local digital asset exchanges from delisting the company’s native WEMIX cryptocurrency, according to Money Today News.  

WEMIX Token Plunges 70% After It’s Delisted by South Korea Exchanges

South Korea’s largest crypto exchanges have announced they will delist WEMIX (WEMIX) — the native token of gaming company Wemade’s blockchain platform Wemix — alleging the firm provided “false information” in response to an investment warning it was issued.

Korean Exchanges To Delist Gaming Company Wemade’s Native Token

Wemade's native token, wemix, will be delisted from top South Korean exchanges next month, despite assurances from the gaming company about the way it has distributed the token.

AQX Joins 40 WONDERS as WONDER 2 and Acquired WEMIX for Node Staking

A global crypto exchange, AQX, by Asia's biggest quantitative trader, Presto Labs, joined WEMIX3.0 as WONDER 2.

Mega-ecosystem Wemade Attracts USD 46 Million Investments from Shinhan-Kiwoom-Microsoft

Wemade, a parent company of WEMIX PTE. LTD., attracts KRW 66 billion (approximately USD 46 million) investments today. Shinhan Asset Management, Kiwoom Securities and Microsoft Corporation have participated in this round.