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BlockchainSpace Guild Partner Program to Offer Tools to Grow P2E Guilds

Following the mass adoption of play-to-earn games and rapid increase with the number of gaming guilds amid the popularity of blockchain game Axie Infinity, gameFi guild hub BlockchainSpace (BSPC) announced that they will now start offering tools that may help play-to-earn guilds grow.

“Gaming guilds stand at the forefront of the blockchain gaming boom, acting as intermediaries between investors, managers, and the players. However, BlockchainSpace (BSPC), the leading data aggregator and infrastructure provider for guilds and Web3 projects, found that various issues such as poor community engagement, performance monitoring, and fluctuating earnings still risk a guild’s survival. To help gaming guilds mitigate these risks, BSPC provides them with education, tools, and financing through their Guild Partner Program,” BSPC wrote in a media release.

The Guild Partner Program, launched last April, is a “grassroots effort” created to empower further and connect gaming guilds and gamers. BSPC noted that those who join the exclusive membership gain access to the guild partner networks such as Kozo Dashboard, Kaizen Guild Management System, and other game partners.

Accordingly, the BSPC emphasized that through the Kozo Dashboard, guilds can compare their current performance to the overall global guild average or region average, and adjust their strategies, targets, and goals accordingly. While through the Kaizen Guild Management System, guilds can manage their core functions, such as HR Management, Earnings Forecasts, Performance Data, and Payout Automation.

“We also found that more expenses can be saved when guilds have access to whitelisting opportunities, free in-game assets, discounted rates, chances to test-run new games, and investment opportunities,” Jen Bilango, BSPC Corporate Strategy & Growth Lead, stated.

The guild hub also stressed that through the Guild Partner Program, guilds will be connected to their game partners, such as Pegaxy, Axie Infinity, and SolChicks, giving them access to several game perks. Moreover, their partners can also connect with macro guilds such as Yield Guild Games and Unix Gaming Guild, mid-sized guilds like Hooga Gaming Guild, and guilds composed of casual crypto users like Play4Change.

“As we always say, no guild is too small, and no location is too far away. All guilds deserve the same resources and tools to help them and receive the support they need to unlock their potential,” BSC CEO Peter Ing shared. 

Ing also expressed that they are “confident that our Guild Partnership Program that provides an impressive selection of tools and solutions is the stepping stone to enable guilds of all sizes to thrive in the space.”

Accordingly, BSPC pointed out that guilds of all sizes can join BSPC’s Guild Partner Program and be in an exclusive group of guilds from across the world.

Last February, BlockchainSpace also had a partnership with play-to-earn football game CyBall, gaming platform Ethlas, and tournament organizer Community Gaming. (Read more:  BlockchainSpace Announces Multiple Play-to-Earn Games and Guild Partnerships

In November 2021, BSPC raised $3.75 million in seed round funding held in Singapore. The acquired funds would be used to establish itself as a guild hub leader in the metaverse as well as to continue empowering guilds with cutting-edge tools and access to financing. (Read more: CryptoPH OG Group BlockchainSpace Raises $3.75M to Expand Metaverse Guild Hub)

After a month, the guild hub raised another $2.4 million in strategic funding round. The funds would be used to onboard the next 20,000 play-to-earn guilds worldwide as well as accelerate its growth in the rapidly expanding NFT gaming industry. (Read more: BlockchainSpace Raises Additional $2.4M In Strategic Funding Round)

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Using array of arrays as a function argument returns "Invalid implicit conversion from uint256 to uint256[] memory requested."

Please consider this contract: pragma solidity 0.8.7; contract Test { struct UserStruct { uint256 betAmount; uint256[] potentialWinnings; string teamChosen;} mapping(address => UserStruct[]) public userStructs; function appendUserBet(string memory userTeamChosen,uint256 eventNumber) public payable { UserStruct memory userStruct = UserStruct(msg.value,new uint256[](0),userTeamChosen); userStructs[msg.sender].push(userStruct);} function updatePotentialWinnings(uint256 eventNumber,address userId,uint256[] memory potentialWinnings) public { userStructs[userId][eventNumber].potentialWinnings = potentialWinnings;}} It works fine, however when::Listen

Please consider this contract:

pragma solidity 0.8.7;  contract Test {      struct UserStruct {         uint256 betAmount;         uint256[] potentialWinnings;         string teamChosen;}      mapping(address => UserStruct[]) public userStructs;      function appendUserBet(string memory userTeamChosen,uint256 eventNumber) public payable {         UserStruct memory userStruct = UserStruct(msg.value,new uint256[](0),userTeamChosen);         userStructs[msg.sender].push(userStruct);}      function updatePotentialWinnings(uint256 eventNumber,address userId,uint256[] memory potentialWinnings) public {         userStructs[userId][eventNumber].potentialWinnings = potentialWinnings;}} 

It works fine, however when I’m including a function below to the contract, it doesn’t compile. It errors out with TypeError: Invalid type for argument in function call. Invalid implicit conversion from uint256 to uint256[] memory requested.

    function addAllPotentialWinnings(uint256 _eventNumber, uint256[] memory _potentialWinnings, address[] memory _usersList) public {         for (uint i =0; i<_usersList.length;i++){             updatePotentialWinnings(_eventNumber,_usersList[i],_potentialWinnings[i]);}} 

I want to provide an array of arrays (2D-array of dynamic size) as an argument to the function, but I seem to be doing it incorrectly. From what I was able to understand is that UserStruct expects potentialWinnings to be in uint256[] format, but it recieves them as uint256. By design I want to provide the function with an array that looks like this: [[0,1,2],[2,5,6],[x,y,z],...]

How do I change my contract such that it "knows" that the array i’m passing as an argument, is going to have the required arrays inside?

Thank you in advance!

BlockchainSpace Guild Partner Program to Offer Tools to Grow P2E Guilds

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