Many casual gamers are still reluctant to play games that use blockchain tech, but gaming execs believe one good game could change that.
AXS price has formed a “gravestone” doji on its daily chart that coupled with its recent token unlock event hint at a potential bearish reversal ahead.
The tournament, “0xMonaco: Battle of Titans,” is scheduled to kick off on Jan. 29 and will bring together developers from around the blockchain space.
Animoca Brands CEO Robby Yung believes we will see many great blockchain games released during the first nine months of 2023 as developers begin to deliver after raising funds in 2022.
In 2023, GameFi developers should focus on building out quality more than quantity.
Alex Connelly says the technology provides “very cool storytelling opportunities.”
Developers have been focusing more on tokens than on making fun games. As a result, GameFi has been dying.
From creating e-sports competitions with huge prize pools to making game tokens more relevant to holders, members of the community share their thoughts on GameFi.
Users are interested in knowing the identities of developers behind the games they play. And soon, lawmakers are likely to write such disclosures into law.
Microsoft CEO and chairman Satya Nadella had previously stated that the acquisition of Activision Blizzard would “play a key role in the development of metaverse platforms.”