Web3 gaming NFTs are too expensive

Hello all, it’s been a while. Back at you with another web3 gaming article and this time I’ll focus on gaming NFTs and how they’re too expensive at this time for regular mainstream adoption. We’ll also talk about a few other problems as well. Let’s discuss the current state of web3 gaming and where we might go in the future for adoption. Current State Web 3 games are too expensive and cater to investors While not every game is like this (some encourage free to play and then signing up); the majority of web3 games follow a similar pattern Mint

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Bullish on gaming podcast – A gaming podcast by PPD, Greg & Bill

Hello all! It’s been a while. I was away on travel and going to NFT NYC (which i’ll write about at a later date). For today’s post I’m going to chat about a new podcast with two of my esports friends PPD and whatiship. You may know them as Greg Laird and Peter Dager from Dota 2. How and why did you start the gaming podcast? Right before the start of the bear market, we decided to make a private group on discord with friends about gaming in web3. We decided to take it a step further and create a

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Problems with NFT Games & Play to earn

While I am still bullish on the NFT gaming / blockchain gaming sector, there are some very glaring issues that have arisen in the last few months. These issues may prevent mainstream adoption and provide even more negative press to the play and earn / NFT gaming sector. There has been a ton of game tokens and releases in the NFT space recently. Almost TOO many in fact. It’s incredibly hard to keep up even as someone paying attention. In my opinion, 90% of NFT Games will more than likely go to 0 adding fuel to the scam or P&D