Blockchain technology can help put an end to cheating in esports

Did you know that every action taken in a blockchain game is saved and can’t be changed in any way? Everything from moves you’ve made in CryptoFights to each transaction that’s happened in an in-game marketplace is recorded on the blockchain. Blockchain acts as a public ledger that documents everything permanently and can be reviewed by everyone from gamers to developers. No one can go back and alter the history of a match to change the end result. This is key especially when large cash prizes are on the line since some competitive gamers are willing to cheat in order to win.