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The Baking Sheet - Issue #112

The Baking Sheet - Issue #112
By Tezos Commons • Issue #112 • View online
Your Heroes. Your Battles. YOUR Cards.

Welcome to this week’s issue of The Baking Sheet!
As Protocol Kathmandu is in the final stages of voting, Emerrgents launching its public beta, this week has seen lots of development and adoption within the Tezos ecosystem. In this week’s issue, we’re going to start off with the ELEET Games news.
Eleet = Elite
Recently, we were treated to some interesting news on the gaming front. ELEET Games announced their plans to start building Web3 games exclusively on Tezos. 
Carsten van Husen, Founder and CEO of ELEET Games:
“We are delighted to join the ranks of companies supported by the Tezos Foundation in the gaming space. Becoming a part of the Tezos community and starting to build on the Tezos blockchain provides us – as well as industry powerhouse Ubisoft before - with a joyful playground: scalable, user-friendly and energy-efficient. Perfect to build fun and fair games which actually possess the potential to drive crypto adoption.” 
I think this news is more than indicative of the growing amount of interest of new gaming applications we’ve seen spring up on Tezos. Earlier in the week, we witnessed Emergents’ public beta go live as well. It’s pretty clear Tezos is making a real home for NFTs and gaming, just ask industry heavyweights like Ubisoft
ELEET also plans to launch several on and off-chain games along with NFTs and a native $LEET token on Tezos. 
ELEET also plans to launch several on and off-chain games along with NFTs and a native $LEET token on Tezos. 
Mason Edwards, Chief Commercial Officer of the Tezos Foundation:
“ELEET building exclusively on Tezos arrives at an exciting time of evolution in the gaming industry. Gaming is a keystone for the Tezos ecosystem that has established itself as a home for the Web3 creator economy. I’m excited to see ELEET become part of this community and take a lead in building the next generation of games on Tezos’. 
The potential for Tezos to carve out a space as a leader in the blockchain-based gaming ecosystem is quite large. As we progress further along towards the new Web3 frontier, those applications building on Tezos are uniquely positioned to take advantage of this shift. 
With Protocol Kathmandu in its final stages of voting as well, there’s lots to be excited about within the Tezos ecosystem in terms of development, adoption and abroad. 
Design your own Emergents Card
If you’ve ever dreamed of designing your own trading card, you’re in luck! The Emergents TCG Design-a-Card contest is live! Simply follow the instructions you see for your chance to be a part of Emergents Universe history!
Also don’t miss our stream on August 15th, featuring Brian David-Marshall, President of InterPop. We have a ton of stuff to giveaway during the stream as we dive into the Emergents Trading Card game.
Meet Admire.art
Admire.art is a marketplace running on the Tezos blockchain that will allow galleries to establish themselves on the digital market of their artists via a platform revolutionizing the world of NFTs. Admire.art will finally offer a premium sales space for leading galleries exhibiting established artists. Indeed, only curated galleries will be able to sell on admire.art’s primary market.
Admire.art will enable galleries to be compliant with the legislation of the different countries. This professional solution will allow them to increase their turnover by benefitting from a new market while contributing to the maturing and flourishing of this space for the greatest benefit of artists and collectors.
The admire.art team invites artists, galleries, collectors or simply all art-lovers and enthusiasts to visit admire.art and follow admire.art on social networks to discover its features and stay updated. Prior to the launch, the admire.art website will be open for early bird users, galleries, artists and collectors to create their account.
Minted by artists, sold by galleries, collected by you.
Website: www.admire.art/
Money Legos Hackathon
The Gitcoin Money Legos Hackathon powered by Tezos officially kicked off on August 8th! Explore open bounties, workshops, community discussions, and begin your developer journey on Tezos from now through August 23.
There is over $100K in prizes available for Tezos developers – Register here and submit your own on the open bounties.
Let’s build DeFi on Tezos!
This Week in the Tezos Ecosystem
MathWallet now supports Tezos
Multi-platform (mobile/desktop/hardware) universal crypto wallet supporting 130+ chains, including Tezos.
Users can transfer/DApp/NFT to the Tezos chain on MathWallet and mathdapp.store.
Read the full User Guide to learn more.
This Week in Tezos Development
Now Streaming
Let’s discuss Deku!
Daniel Hines from the uber talented team of Marigold will dive into Deku, a sidechain (Layer 2) solution for Tezos: both a public network run by Tezos core devs & a framework to build your permissioned blockchain.
Marigold is a dynamic and collaborative company, established by Gabriel Alfour in November 2020, focused on testing and developing upgrades to the Tezos Protocol.
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