Cryptoeconomic mechanism design, which is largely informed by game theory.
What it does
Users can choose from a variety of games. Users stake ETH in order to participate in each game. The winner takes the entire prize pool (minus a fixed percentage that goes to the platform). Game mechanics are open sourced — provably fair No counter-party risk regarding user funds
How we built it
With love and Azure.
Challenges we ran into
Front-running games. Collusion in games. Design. Solidity's Hashing function not identical to Web3's hashing function. Solidity does not allow for conversion from string to integers — required for commit-reveal
Accomplishments that we're proud of
Launching our first game and website Making progress in the field of game-theory studies
What we learned
Solidity needs work.
What's next for NashHash
More games State channels Seamless fiat-to-crypto on ramp Partnerships with academic institutions and enterprises Hardware wallet support Mobile app SDK for 3rd party developers