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Chris is the community manager of Hoard, the creators of Plasma Dog. He and his team are focused on enabling true ownership of assets in video games –with ethereum-based builds. He has spoken about the influence of blockchain in video games and society at events like NIFTY, the Ethereum Community Fund’s Non-Fungible Summit, NFT.NYC, and a number of ETHGlobal hackathons. This month, we get to know more about Chris, Hoard and its projects and how it has been building on the OMG Network.
Q: Could you tell us a little bit more about yourself, your background and what you do at Hoard?
A: My name is Chris Robison, and I’m the community manager at Hoard, where we enable true ownership of virtual assets inside of video games. I discovered bitcoin back in 2011 while I was a student at the University of Portland. The entire concept completely captivated me, and it’s been a non-stop journey ever since. I included bitcoin in my senior capstone project, and after graduating, continued to engage in t...
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