At Improbable, we believe that the next revolution in entertainment and society will come from massive virtual worlds. They will create new economies and opportunities globally, changing not just how we play, but how we work and relate to each other. That’s why we’ve made it our mission to build the next generation of technologies for online multi-user games and simulations.
At Improbable, you are surrounded by people who want to improve everything and everyone around them, and who compel you to improve yourself. We’re motivated by the fulfilment of solving hard problems to achieve something profound and transformative.
You will be part of the Improbable Multiplayer Group - Games Technical Services, exploring the intersection of gaming, distributed apps and the metaverse. We are looking for someone who is looking to shape the best direction for Improbable to enable its customers to create or integrate blockchain capabilities into their games. You will be working alongside experienced game developers familiar with all aspects of the game development lifecycle. You will be working with notable names from the games industry who are our partners and customers. As this is a new area for us to work in, your work will be directly impacting both the technical and commercial direction of how blockchain games are developed and launched.
While we think the above experience could be important, we’re keen to hear from people that believe they have valuable experience to bring to the role. If you identify with the team and mission, but not all of our requirements, then please still apply. This is a very open ended role, and we are more interested in someone with the right mindset than specific experience.
About Us Improbable is determined to foster an environment where people can do their best work and feel like they belong. We believe a healthy culture, strong values and contribution from a diverse range of individuals will help us to achieve success. We do not discriminate based on race, ethnicity, gender, ancestry, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age disability, veteran status, genetic information, marital status or any other legally protected status. Life at Improbable Diversity, inclusion & belonging
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ERC-1155 is a token standard for the Ethereum blockchain that was proposed by Enjin in 2018
It is a unique token standard that allows for the creation of both fungible and non-fungible tokens within the same contract, which provides significant benefits in terms of efficiency and flexibility
One of the main advantages of ERC-1155 is that it reduces the number of transactions required to manage multiple types of tokens
Traditionally, creating a dApp that manages multiple types of tokens would require a separate smart contract for each type, which can be cumbersome and inefficient
With ERC-1155, developers can create a single smart contract that manages both fungible and non-fungible tokens, which reduces the overall complexity of the dApp
Another advantage of ERC-1155 is that it allows for the creation of semi-fungible tokens
These are tokens that have some fungible and some non-fungible properties
For example, a game item might have a set of properties that are unique to that item (making it non-fungible), but also have a set of properties that are shared among multiple items (making it fungible)
This makes it easier to manage in-game items and provides greater flexibility for game developers
ERC-1155 also supports batch transfers, which allow for multiple tokens to be transferred in a single transaction
This can reduce gas costs and improve overall efficiency when transferring large numbers of tokens
Overall, ERC-1155 is a flexible and efficient token standard that provides a range of benefits for developers creating dApps that manage multiple types of tokens
It has been adopted by a number of projects in the gaming and collectibles space, but has potential applications in other industries as well.