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Justin Kan, the co-founder of widely popular game streaming site Twitch, has announced the launch of a new NFT marketplace called Fractal, specifically aimed at NFTs for gaming.

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The marketplace launched with a host of leading Solana blockchain games as partners and has NFTs from The Sandbox, Aurory, Caveworld, Genopets, Mini Royale, Nyan Heros, Portals and several others. 

Players of these games have a convenient place to buy, sell, trade and collect NFTs for use in games or as investments. 

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Justin Kan, the co-founder of Twitch and Fractal, said that players will now have more ownership of their NFTs and that NFTs are the future of gaming.

"Players will now own their in-game assets and be able to take them with them wherever they go," said Kan. "Durable digital assets through NFTs are the future of gaming. We've partnered with some of the most innovative gaming companies on the Solana blockchain to bring that future forward."

Kan added that Fractal saw 100,000 members join its Discord in just ten days since its initial announcement. Those who joined before the 100,000 mark received a free Fractal NFT airdrop.

"We've seen over 100,000 community members join our Discord server within 10 days since we announced Fractal, making Fractal one of the fastest-growing communities in crypto" said Mr. Kan. "Players are excited about blockchain games and we're excited about all the new experiences that will be enabled by them."

Fractal officially went live today on Solana's blockchain and players can now begin trading in-game assets via a Solana-based crypto wallet like Phantom, Solflare and others.