Gather Starts a New Partnership with the Creators of Whack It Series: Fear NFT Games

Gather proudly announces their new strategic partnership with Fear NFTs. Creators of the viral hit game series Whack It — enjoyed by famous Youtubers PewDiePie, Markiplier and JackSepticEye. Fear NFTs develop horror games on the Ethereum blockchain, showcasing games packed with unique NFTs. The gaming industry and Gather’s core product is a match made in heaven, and when you add NFTs to the equation, it makes it even more special.

Gather has built a marketplace based platform that allows publishers to monetize content without or with fewer ads, and provides businesses and developers access to affordable and reliable processing power through Gather Cloud. Fear NFTs, creators of the viral Whack It games, are readying to issue their NFT horror coin $FEAR in the coming weeks and their unique in-game NFT characters & rare items.

Gather, once integrated to Fear NFTs, will expand its reach by introducing Gather Online to their PC gamer community, streamers and publishers, when visitors opt in to share their processing power, by giving their express permission.

In the meantime, this will provide an additional source of revenue for Fear NFTs will be shared with their gamers as rewards, thanks to Gather’s loyalty program and with Fear coin holders through buybacks and burns of their coin. This will also help to stretch out Gather Cloud with more processing power. Gather’s loyalty program will engage users to spend more time in the game and earn, rewarding them in their native token $FEAR once it’s integrated. Through this collaboration, Gather will anchor at the vast sea of mobile games and the NFT universe, also creating Gather’s own in-game NFT collectible items.

This new partnership will further bridge the gap between non-crypto and crypto landscape also exposing Fear NFTs’ native token $FEAR to first time crypto users through the global publisher base of Gather. Gather will integrate $FEAR, as one of the main payout options for their core product Gather Online, this will also give them the opportunity to reward their community in generating additional income in $FEAR.

On the new partnership, Reggie Jerath, Gather Founder & CEO said:

“Gather and the gaming industry are made for each other. By forming our new exciting partnership with Fear NFTs, we’re taking our core product one step closer to mass adoption. NFTs in games are hot right now and the possibilities are endless. This collaboration is very strategic & lucrative for both parties as Gather is paving the way for a more self-sustainable & decentralized ecosystem for game developers.”

Jonathan Carey, Fear NFT Games Co Founder said:

“We’re very excited about our collaboration with Gather. Together we can forge a first of its kind crypto mining and NFT collaboration that benefits both projects hugely. Gather will gain access to our huge gamer user base and Fear will utilize Gathers platform to create a substantial new revenue stream that will flow back into our Fear coin and benefit both Fear and Gather holders alike”

About Fear NFT Games

Fear is a hybrid NFT coin and blockchain game horror brand from the creators of the famous Whack It series.

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About Gather

Gather has developed a powerful new technology that allows web and mobile developers to earn money by contributing processing power , unlike any other digital monetization tool available today. Imagine an Internet where web and application developers can generate revenue without having to rely on intrusive Ads. A new revenue stream without ads, and one that is reliable and rewarding. The processing power gathered will then be redistributed, providing a cheaper alternative to current Cloud markets products. Gather is unlocking a new type of business model for the internet by allowing publishers to monetize without ads and by providing businesses & developers access to affordable and reliable processing power.

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