When Axie Infinity rose in popularity, the world went crazy. The tagline was “blockchain games are the future” “NFTs are the future.” Different NFT content creators flooded the internet, and various games were created, games that introduced people to blockchain gaming. However, there is an underlying issue within the current majority of NFT games and that is token utility. First, let’s understand what an NFT is. NFTs are (non-fungible tokens) digital collectibles; they are created so that people can own things on the internet. You can buy different kinds of them; there are collectible NFTs like the UFC NFT, where
NFT Games is a new trend of games that use blockchain technology which allow players to earn NFTs and cryptocurrencies just by playing the game. Games like DotA 2, Fortnite, and League of Legends showed us that you can make tens of billions of dollars from a free to play game. But if you look at gaming from a player’s perspective, what can be better than a free-to-play game? Well, a game that pays you to play, which is essentially the new model of play-to-earn games. This is made possible because NFTs allow you to sell game items such as
As esports and the gaming community continue to grow, so does its list of jargons. It can be useful to know these terms as it can be quite confusing since these terms are being used daily in the gaming community. Here, we define the terms OP, Tilt, and BM used in a gaming context and a few examples for its usage.