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OneTo11 Receives Support from the HBAR Foundation To Build on Hedera

Published By
Vignesh Raja
June 6, 2022

The HBAR Foundation and OneTo11 today announced a collaboration focused on the rapidly expanding ecosystem at the intersection of distributed ledger technology and gaming, with an initiative that supports the development, growth and launch of four new games by the OneTo11 gaming ecosystem exclusively on the Hedera network.

OneTo11 is a blockchain gaming ecosystem that features Play-To-Earn gaming across multiple games and apps. The platform is a blockchain based gaming platform with NFT creation and trading capabilities. It features multiple types of games each directed towards a specific gamer persona. For example, fantasy sports application for sports fans, mobile gaming app for casual gamers, gamified learning app for intellectuals and metaverse RPG games for hardcore gamers. The games are based on the Play-To-Earn model so every time gamers play games, they earn money.  All the games are connected to a common wallet so players can take their earnings from one game to the other easily. The ecosystem also features an NFT marketplace to showcase and trade NFTs created in the games.

Founded by serial entrepreneurs and tech investors Ravindra Kumar (CEO and Cofounder), Tirath Sharma (CTO and Cofounder), Manasvi Singh (CMO and Cofounder) and Anirban Chatterjee (COO and Cofounder), OneTo11 has already acquired over 2.2 million users within 18 months since launch. In collaboration with the HBAR Foundation, OneTo11 plans to expand the blockchain gaming ecosystem and make it more accessible to gamers worldwide.

“Our vision is to create the world’s largest sustainable Play-To-Earn gaming ecosystem. During Covid lockdowns when millions of people lost their jobs, they found our games to be a source of consistent income. We are proud to share that people not only enjoy our games, but now they see OneTo11 as a means to earn bread and butter. So we are creating employment via gaming which has transformed the lives of a multitude of our gamers.” - Anirban Chatterjee (OneTo11 COO & Cofounder)

The HBAR Foundation fuels growth of the Hedera ecosystem by providing grants and resources for technical assistance, marketing and business development to developers, startups and organizations building on the network. Since open access in 2019, the public network has processed over 2 billion transactions generated by real-world applications.

"Through this initiative, OneTo11 and the HBAR Foundation are collaborating to deliver an economical, fast and decentralized Play-To-Earn economy for gamers worldwide,” said Anirban Chatterjee regarding the collaboration and grant awarded by The HBAR Foundation.  

“This is our first move in the Indian gaming ecosystem and through this partnership we are confident of driving users to the Hedera network” - Vignesh Raja ( Head of Business - India & South Asia).

About OneTo11 

OneTo11 gaming platform is an entire ecosystem of gaming. It contains various games to match the preference of every gamer persona, a native wallet and an integrated NFT marketplace. The ecosystem allows gamers to play games, compete, learn gaming, earn monetary returns and then keep them secure in their wallets. OneTo11 already has more than 2.2 million users and completed 22 million transactions. The vision of OneTo11 is to transform gaming into a consistent earning activity for gamers. 

About the HBAR Foundation

Founded in 2021, the HBAR Foundation fuels the development of the Hedera ecosystem and the HBAR economy by providing grants and other resources to developers, startups and organizations that seek to launch decentralized applications in DeFi, NFTs, CBDCs, ESGs, gaming and other sectors. In addition to providing funding through a streamlined grant process, the HBAR Foundation acts as an integrated force multiplier through expert support across technical, marketing, business development and other operational functions that are required to scale. For additional information, please visit www.hbarfoundation.org or follow the Foundation on Twitter at HBAR_foundation.