Alpine Esports, the virtual racing team of Formula One (F1) constructor Alpine Racing, has chosen Layer 1 blockchain QANplatform as an official partner to develop use cases that will enhance its esports offerings.
Owned by Renault Group, the world’s largest car manufacturer, Alpine Esports was established in 2021 to bridge the gap between real world F1 and virtual racing. The program aims to recruit and train the world’s best virtual racers in its state-of-the-art training facility and gaming house to compete in virtual competitions.
The Alpine Esports constructor team plays a key role in optimizing race cars. Alpine’s simulations will help it develop highly efficient F1 vehicles in virtual testing environment.
By partnering with QANplatform, Alpine will be able to use its developer-friendly tech stack and secure code libraries. QANplatform’s Ethereum virtual machine (EVM) compatibility, multi-language smart contracts, and cloud platform integrations, enable developers to build applications and services quickly and efficiently.
Alpine will be able to create smart contracts, decentralized applications (DApps), decentralized finance (DeFi) offerings, non-fungible tokens (NFTs), cryptocurrency tokens, and metaverse games in any programming language. This will allow members of the Alpine Academy for young racing drivers as well as Alpine fans to develop applications on the blockchain platform.
Founded in 2019, QANplatform is a Layer 1 blockchain on the Ethereum network that is designed to be resistant to attacks using quantum computing power. Quantum-resistant algorithms are cryptographic algorithms that can prevent attacks from quantum computers. That will help to protect the applications Alpine develops on the blockchain from quantum computing attacks.
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