Corp Launches Hulk Labs, Focusing on GamFi and NFT

Toronto-based publicly-traded Blockchain technology company Corp. has launched Hulk Labs, a platform focusing on Crypto-Play-to-Earn gaming and Non-fungible token (NFT) investment.

In addition to crypto staking and Metaverse businesses, Hulk Labs provides and monetizes investment opportunities in the gaming and NFT space for shareholders. Hulk Labs, a subsidiary of, will represent’s new Web3 vertical, focusing on the Play-to-Earn (P2E) space.

Play-to-earn (P2E), or GameFi, is the next major opportunity for Web3 and blockchain.

P2E is a popular business model that stays in the blockchain game world that integrates both Web3 and blockchain, which corresponds to the F2P (Free to Play) model common in the real world of the game industry.

Andrew Kiguel, CEO of, expressed his great pleasure to enter the new Web3 vertical with an excellent team, and hoped that in addition to providing investors with crypto assets related to Metaverse, DeFi and NFT, it will also develop games, becoming “one of the only public companies to offer a complete range of Web3 exposure”

He also added that the crypto gaming industry has grown dramatically over the past two quarters, with more than 600 games and a multi-billion dollar cryptocurrency market cap. is a publicly-traded company that uses shareholder capital to invest in digital assets used for crypto staking and DeFi and also provides transaction processing and validation services for various digital assets that power Decentralized Finance (DeFi) applications and Non-Fungible Token (NFT ) platforms. 

The corporation is listed on exchanges in three different countries: Canada’s NEO Exchange: COIN; Germany’s Frankfurt Stock Exchange: 76M; OTCQB United States: SMURF.

Earlier this month, the Professional drone racing League (DRL) joined the Metaverse world by launching its first game. A money-making crypto sports game on the Algorand blockchain in partnership with Playground Labs, a Web 3 game developer from crypto investment fund Hivemind.

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Publicly-listed cryptocurrency and blockchain investment firm has announced a landmark agreement to acquire a 50% stake in metaverse real estate firm Metaverse Group in a deal worth in excess of $1.6 million. is expected to capitalize on the purchase — reportedly the highest purchase of a virtual real estate firm — through the development of asset opportunities for public retail investors seeking to gain greater exposure to nonfungible token, or NFT, and decentralized finance, or DeFi, assets.

Metaverse Group operates a service akin to a traditional real estate firm in that it engages in property acquisition, development and management, in addition to marketing and promotional services. However, the group differs immensely due to its adoption of blockchain technology, gaming and NFTs as well as a multitude of other technologies that comprise the metaverse.

While the true definition of the metaverse is still evolving to a unified consensus, for now, at least, the technology is considered to be a three-dimensional virtual environment where users can interact, socialize and progress. Fortnite and Roblox have given us some insight into this world, as did the Ernest Cline novel, Ready Player One. 

The Metaverse Group owns a collection of well-regarded plots of land and properties in some of the world’s most popular metaverse games: Decentraland, The Sandbox and Somnium Space, amongst others, with their global headquarters located in Crypto Valley of Decentraland.

Andrew Kiguel, CEO of, shared some insights into the potential impact of the space:

“The Metaverse is a game-changer for how advertisers and brands market their products. As more people congregate in these virtual cities, the land becomes more sought after for its ability to reach a new global demographic. Metaverse Group has the potential to be a major landlord and developer by using the same strategies used by physical real estate managers.”

Related: The Metaverse, play-to-earn and the new economic model of gaming

Last month, tech behemoth Facebook advanced upon their intentions to build a metaverse with the launch of a $50 million research and development fund. The company expressed ambitions to construct a fully-fledged virtual world including a panoply of products and services within a timespan of a decade.

To execute this virtual vision, the firm is seeking 10,000 new employees from the European Union for roles ranging from specialized engineers, to virtual architects.