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    Ubisoft to proceed with NFT platform Quartz regardless of criticism • Eurogamer.internet


    “We are going to keep true to our three ideas”.

    Ubisoft’s NFT platform Quartz has been hit with a substantial backlash, particularly because the numbers to this point appear laughable.

    But in an interview with Decrypt, Ubisoft’s blockchain technical director Didier Genevois stated the corporate will “keep true” to its ideas.

    “Now we have obtained quite a lot of suggestions for the reason that announcement, and we hear each the encouragement and the issues,” he stated. “We perceive the place the sentiment in direction of the know-how comes from, and we have to hold taking it into consideration each step of the way in which.

    “This experiment is supposed to know how the worth proposition of decentralization may be obtained and embraced by our gamers. We all know it’s a main change that can take time, however we are going to keep true to our three ideas.”

    These ideas are to “use the tech responsibly” and “construct a secure setting” for gamers to discover how NFTs work, “solely leverage energy-efficient proof-of-stake blockchains,” and “concentrate on significant worth propositions for gamers that profit their gaming expertise”.

    Thus far it is unclear precisely what worth NFTs can convey to gaming which may profit the expertise for gamers.

    It is also telling that the interview is with Decrypt, a website with a mission to “demystify the decentralized internet”.

    The interview comes as Ubisoft introduced a partnership with cross-blockchain community Aleph.im to offer decentralised storage for its NFT belongings.

    Stalker 2 developer GSC Recreation World just lately reversed its decision to incorporate NFTs in its sport, however Ubisoft will proceed forward regardless of criticism.

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