Onboard Web2 and Web3 players to your game with Babylon Wallet.

Revolutionary, simple, Web3 with Babylon Infrastructure

The best of Web3 technology to easily plug into your video game development

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Features Babylon Infrastructure

  • Flexible integration across multiple blockchains
  • Plugin to your existing game engine via Unity or Unreal Engine
  • Enable gamers to own + trade assets in their own wallet
  • Simple and safe recovery features – never lose your wallet

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Babylon vs Standard Web3

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Log In

Fund Wallet

Transact

Off-ramp funds from wallet

User journey with Babylon

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Create a username and password and immediately start playing. Decentralized wallet is automatically created in the background.

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Fund the wallet within the app using one of our on-ramping partners.

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Play, buy and sell immediately and transfer assets, all in the app

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Use one of our user off-ramping partners, manually export wallet, or send funds to another wallet address to withdraw all within the app.

Standard Web 3 User Journey

  1. Open app/website, install blockchain wallet browser plug-in
  2. Set up account in browser wallet, connect wallet to app/website
  1. Close app
  2. Fund wallet using an on-ramping provider
  3. Go back to app
  1. Close app
  2. Switch to browser
  3. Transact in browser with wallet plug-in
  4. Go back to app
  1. Close app
  2. Send funds to desired destination using offramp provider
  3. Go back to app

Why choose Babylon?

Improve
conversion rates
for new players

Expand game distribution to new audiences

Generate greater
in-game
revenues

Effortlessly enable player ownership of game assets

FAQ

What are the problems game studios have when developing blockchain-based games?

Blockchain-based games are providing game developers with player asset ownership and superior economics as transactions of game assets between players can now come with a royalty for each sale. However, this powerful new business model has introduced new technical challenges for game developers, including the integration of blockchains and digital assets into games, as well as a difficult onboarding experience.

Current solutions are bespoke and customized for each individual game, leading to further challenges for developers to learn about blockchain technology, NFTs and cryptocurrency. This is wasted focus for developers who can rather use their skills and expertise on gameplay, graphics and long-term playability.

Balthazar’s Babylon is a solution to these problems. It provides game developers with a standardized blockchain game infrastructure platform.

What does Babylon do for gaming developers?

Babylon’s plug-in system empowers developers to create a seamless experience for in-game assets, and enables players to remain fully immersed in the game while making in-game transactions. Developers can focus on gameplay and marketing, while Babylon integrates the assets using blockchain technology to enable it. Babylon’s system enables Web2 gamers to play Web3 games seamlessly with an experience that is familiar to Web2 games.

Who is this software best for?

The software is best suited for games that have assets, NFTs or peer-to-peer trading.

What is a decentralized wallet for games?

The Babylon SDK allows your players to own their assets in their own wallets. The Babylon SDK is a non-custodial wallet system, which means there’s no need to worry about issues with custody or security.

What’s the problem that decentralized wallets solve?

Decentralized wallets are known to be safer and more secure than centralized wallets, as the latter are owned by a central third party that holds custody of the assets and can make transactions on behalf of users. Centralized wallets have irrevocable access to the private keys of the account’s wallet. This creates a vulnerability from a reliance on the wallet issuer or exchange that is holding the assets on the user’s behalf, placing the user at risk of mismanagement or foul play by the third-party.

On the other hand, decentralized wallets are not controlled by a third party, and blockchain technology is utilized to facilitate transactions and store the assets in a wallet. When it comes to gaming, having a standardized plug-in decentralized wallet solution provides game developers with a seamless system that removes them from custodial issues, blockchain development and cryptocurrency domain knowledge. For gamers, it provides them with exclusive control of the assets held in the wallet.

What security protects Babylon and its wallet system?

The SDK includes the Babylon Wallet, which is the player’s point of access to their blockchain wallets that they use to make in-game transactions as well as send and receive in-game assets and tokens to and from external wallets. Players can manage and access assets from multiple chains and games.

Assets acquired in games are immediately registered in the player’s Babylon Wallet. Players need to log into their Babylon account to access their Babylon Wallet, however, this is purely for convenience – they always have full control of their assets due to the non-custodial nature of the system, and their wallet can be used even without their Babylon account.

Wallets in the Babylon Vault are non-custodial, which means the private keys needed to access the wallets are in custody of the owner, as opposed to custodial wallets where the private keys are held with a third party.

There are three independently generated encryption keys that are used to sign transactions for the on-chain wallets that are stored in the player’s Babylon Vault. To enable transactions, two of the three encryption keys need to be used.

Why is Babylon non-custodial?

We get asked this question a lot: why we chose non-custodial versus custodial. The market answered this question for us. Custodial systems with no regulation simply cannot work, it’s human nature.

There has never been a greater need for a seamless, non custodial system. It removes the need for trust of a third party to store and manage assets, and to keep the assets secure and keep data private.