For some, it’s a vision of a utopia. For thousands more, it’s undoubtedly a dystopia. But it is really fair LinkedIn post is my guess About the possible future of “blockchain” gaming, which quickly spread across many social media platforms when people began to mock what they saw as unreasonable predictions.
Today’s main character is Nicholas Ferek, an investor in Bitcraft Venturesa venture capital firm that counts the likes of Discord, Epic Games, and a number of blockchain-based studios among the her wallet. Last week, Vereecke published a vision of what gaming could look like nearly a decade from now, if all the promises that blockchain proponents say are actually going to come true.
“The year 2030,” it begins. “It’s a rainy Saturday afternoon. I just finished mining 30 obsidian ores Crypto Crush Sagaa mobile match 3 game.” The post then goes on to explain how you can theoretically take this obsidian ore and bring it across multiple games, and use it to forge a weapon in a game called Elden Chains Online Upgrade a building in a game called guild struggle. Later, you hop on a raid with your guildmates, who have been grinding their weapons for two weeks, to have a 5% chance of getting an awesome IQ ball (“there are currently only four of them”). The orb is supposed to “give your guild a huge advantage” in an upcoming space simulation. (By the way, none of the games mentioned here exist; they are all purely hypothetical).
Much like everything else in the Venn chart for cryptocurrency and video games – whether we’re talking about Square Enix Selling Loved Developers to Fund Blockchain Efforts or GameStop retailer Jumping into NFTs altogether as the market drops—Veric’s widely shared social media post has been criticized.
Indie game developer ‘completely dying’ Devon tweeted and drew Next to a screenshot of Vereecke’s post. Wiersma’s tweet quickly went viral; Since then, it has been “liked” nearly 40,000 times. The retweet quote Not particularly merciful. Many initially assumed it was a parody before reaching the end and realized, no, that it was honest. Some have mocked that this grandiose vision of the future of gaming simply looks like… an MMO. On Reddit, one person Share a screenshot From Vereecke’s post, calling it “the worst gaming experience I’ve ever heard.”
Others described jokes (?) hypotheses, including one out of ammo in the middle of a Hello shoot in Skyrim To collect materials, then boot Maine Craft to counterfeit this material Hello Ammo… just to crash your servers. Womp, womp. or there This scenario: “You are being attacked by a Dark Beleiber who turns your obsidian ore into a rod. Your friend can’t craft your weapon now Seniors chains The penis is prohibited. You complain, but nobody manages the resources other than logging transactions. All encoder hail penis. “
Critics say the vision set by Vereecke has a number of logistical barriers. Even if you can create an item in one game and bring it to other games, and even if you can only do so using blockchain-enabled technology, resident Need developers to actually code it, which seems like a lot of extra work piling on already overburdened staff. Then there’s the fun factor — you know, the whole point of playing video games. It all feels like effort, as if you’re turning your hobby into a task that stretches hours a week over months or maybe even years. (It is unclear whether players will be paid for these endeavours. Vereecke declined to comment on this. Kotaku.)
However, the post is somewhat of a microcosm of those digital bubbles you sometimes hear about on CNN and your extended family’s Facebook pages. Yes, it has spread on Twitter and Reddit. But on LinkedIn, Vereecke’s post was received more favorably, sparking several hundred “heart” and an “excellent” reaction. 1 person shared this . meme FuturamaIn fact in the future, Fry holds a (non-crypto) coin and shouts “Take my money”. Another called it “ridiculous,” but only because in their estimation there is no way it will take eight years for the games to reach this point.
For the next generations , This is Ferik’s original post entirely:
Year 2030. It’s raining on a Saturday afternoon. I just finished mining 30 obsidian ores Crypto Crush SagaMatch 3 mobile game.
open The Elder Chains Online And feel the rush of excitement. Your friend from school has spent the past two years becoming a master blacksmith and has agreed to turn 10 obsidian into a Battlestaff obsidian, which is a huge upgrade over the Mithril Mace you’ve been using for the past weeks.
It will take him an hour or so. In the meantime, you jump to guild struggleUse the remaining obsidian to upgrade your town hall to the next level. That should keep your village safe now.
You wish you could quickly turn the time into tonight. Your guild has plans to go for a ride deep in the wilderness of the Old School Rune Chains, and your expectations for a successful run (and great loot) have never been better.
All the members had spent the past two weeks searching for better weapons, and I had agreed (by a vote) to use the guild’s treasury to purchase a whole new set of Red Dragon Armor.
Tonight’s goal is to kill the level 128 Frost Giant hiding in the Cave of Grief. He has a 5% chance of dropping the Immaculate Orb of Resplendence, of which there are currently only 4.
The orb can be used as a power source in the upcoming space exploration game, and you should give your clan a huge advantage in getting to distant galaxies first. The 5% fall rate is low, but you feel optimistic.
From afar you hear “BloCkChAIn doEsNT bRiNg anYtHiNg new to gAmES”. You shrug, and join your friends in the Discord audio channel.
life is good