In early December, I wrote an article on why investors should be paying attention to MobileGo (MGO). Exploding popularity of the gaming industry and an impressive partnership agreement with Xsolla led to a surge in MGO’s token price. In addition, the team of MobileGo created an application, called GShare, that has the potential to significantly increase MGO token adoption.
What is GShare?
GShare essentially allows users to rent the power of their computers to earn virtual coins. These coins can then be redeemed later for several gaming options including tournament entry fees. Through this platform, a user can control the amount of computer resources that are used throughout the process.
Although GShare is currently only at the public beta testing stage, virtual coins can still be earned by making purchases for Xsolla products. But, according to Igor (the product owner of the GShare app), the goals are much more global than just Xsolla. Fortunately, I was able to land an interview with Igor and asked him about the goals, benefits and upcoming upgrades of the project.
What is the mission and vision of the project?
Igor: Ok, the mission and vision are basically to enable anyone, with the focus group being gamers, to easily obtain free stuff. For example, for simply sharing their time and computing power, users can come away with games, in-game items, and eSports tournament tickets for free.
What is the advantage of this application as compared to other earning tools in the gaming industry?
Igor: The main advantage is simplicity. Thanks to the partnership with Xsolla, another important advantage is being able to use the virtual currency to buy games and make in-game purchases. In the future, I expect that users will be able to earn items directly within the application.