- Aug 6, 2018
Yeah I've only just caught onto it in the past few days. Basically (i think) it's letting players own 'unique' digital properties for a price and it's stored on blockchain which is very bad for the environment apparently. A lot of businesses are expressing interest in it, including SE:What's this NFT and gaming got to do with each other? I've seen it mentioned a few times in various places recently
The letter written by the CEO sounds so cartonishly villainous; the way he almost derides the idea of games being "played for fun" as a ridiculous and antiquated concept is just mental.