Gaming is moving from the play to win model, where players purchase items with no ROI, to the play to earn model, where players are actively looking for financial rewards for their gaming activities.
As decentralised games have gained popularity, Play-to-Earn Guilds have emerged to help new players get started. These organisations are made up of investors, gamers, and managers who act as intermediaries between players and in-game items by purchasing NFTs and lending them to players to use for NFT gaming. The guilds get a portion of the earnings and the rent paid to the guild by the player. Most of the time, the profits go back into the development of the gaming guild.
The success of the NFT Games is based on the interoperability between gaming assets and exchanges, as assets are based on the blockchain and can be converted or reused in different blockchain-based games.
Another tactic that is gaining popularity in the NFT Gaming world is NFT Staking which allows players to gain passive income by earning tokens from NFT by keeping the NFT locked (or “staking”) and not selling it. As one of the biggest NFT problems is liquidity, it’s hard to find a buyer, and sometimes their value is subjective. NFT staking, on the other hand, provides a solution to this problem since it allows holders to earn from NFTs without having to find a buyer directly.
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