As a gamer, I am bullish beyond words on Gamestops’ NFT marketplace. Here is why

The mainstream medias suppression of Gamestops’ Loopring announcement is the most bullish thing I’ve ever seen in the crypto space.

Let me run down why for you:

– GPU prices are going back closer to MSRP
– New gens of GPU and CPU are released later this year
– mainstream medias supression of the announcement has suppressed LRC price, but that is bullish for us

I personally know of a few friends who gave up gaming and sold their rigs when they changed jobs/ had children.

I spoke to some of them the other day about Loopring X GME and they told me they were considering building a new rig so they could experience what the GameStop NFT marketplace had to offer!

They were excited about the following:
– unique skins for weapons for your account
– unique content/ DLC which only you own
– certifiable ownership of your games on the blockchain (suck it, steam!!)

So really, this downturn coupled with MSMs suppression of GameStops announcement is probably going to work against them in the long run.

As our messiah Byron wrote on discord “sometimes you have to pick the highest mountain to find the most precious flower” and wow – LRC is that flower, and we are almost at the top!

Lööp up, brothers!

Edit: wow, paid FUDders already downvoting! Bullish!

Edit 2: thanks for the suicide bot report, kind stranger!

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43 thoughts on “As a gamer, I am bullish beyond words on Gamestops’ NFT marketplace. Here is why”

  1. Call me crazy, but I don’t see most AAA gaming companies wanting to give up any control of their cosmetics marketplace.

    And I’d think most gaming companies who *do* want to go that route would want to do within their own ecosystem, to avoid having to give Gamesfop any cut.

    But maybe they’ll attract enough indie game devs?

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  2. Eh, how is this exciting for crypto? Your points were that hardware prices are falling. Maybe you’d like to invest in GME stock…everything else mentioned is just how NFTs work, not unique to this platform

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  3. I’m not paid, probably not a FUDer (whatever this might be), I like games. Your last point sounds interesting but the rest is maybe relevant in your bubble. But nothing that will drive sales in a way that stocks explode.

    My suggestions: take a step back and take a look at the bigger picture. If you still feel like this is a good idea, go for it.

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  4. damn you became like a hardcore loopring shill 5 months ago. where’d that sudden dedicated passion come from?

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  5. Your “friends were going to build new rigs” just to experience GameStop’s NFT marketplace?
    GTFO.

    Your friends were thinking about buying new PCs to game again.
    The NFT marketplace accomplishes exactly nothing that a centralized database ran by the actual game publisher couldn’t accomplish more efficiently.

    It’s not like you are going to take a game asset from one game into another.

    You need to moderate the hopium.

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  6. Is there actually a shred of proof that certifiable ownership of your games on the blockchain is even a thing?

    Wouldn’t this take permission granted from the game developers? Why would they even do that?

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  7. I have a LRC bag but I can’t say I share your enthusiasm. This focus on GME is taking focus from what makes LRC really good.

    Gamers are not in love with the idea of NFTs. Every time someone even mentions NFTs in a gaming sub its a downvote apocalypse followed by comments about a “ponzi scheme” a “worthless jpegs”.

    These gamers are more powerful than you can imagine. They have managed to shutdown the implementation of NFTs on Stalker and Ubisoft is under immense pressure due to their bullish stance on NFTs. Steam won’t even allow them on their marketplace.

    It would be neat to actually own in-game items but what is the incentive for gaming companies? Spending time and resources in allowing a secondary market for in-game items towards what end? It’s like allowing people to sell their license for digital games. There is no incentive and the biggest platforms out there are not enabling it (Steam, Xbox, Sony, Nintendo).

    There is no “supression”. There just isn’t any interest.

    I don’t think the Gamestop NFT marketplace will succeed, which is why I prefer to focus on different aspects of LRC which I think have way more value.

    TLDR: I love LRC but I thing the GME stuff is not its main strength, and it may actually be hurting it.

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  8. > mainstream medias suppression

    True. I’ve heard leaked audio of Wolf Blitzer screaming at CNN staff to “bury the GME loopring story!” It’s part of the world wide conspiracy to keep your bags from pumping.

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  9. What in the hell are you talking about ?

    What does GPU price have to do with NFT-s ?

    Tip: Nothing

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    >New gens of GPU and CPU are released later this year

    They are released every 2 years. Nothing news under the sun. Again it has no correlation with NFT-s.

    >They were excited about the following:

    unique skins for weapons for your account

    unique content/ DLC which only you own

    certifiable ownership of your games on the blockchain (suck it, steam!!)

    Which AAA game offers weapon skins ? None. Not one. There is a fantastic pushback for NFT-s in gaming sphere.

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    Unique DLC ? Where did you get that ? Unless specific DLC costs hundreds of thousands of dollars, you will not be getting unique DLC. The idea makes absolutely no sense. The idea behind DLC is to make small content increment and sell it to public bleeding them for maximum profit.

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    Certifiable ownership – of what ? Game?
    How many games do we have on blockchains ? Few shit tier games that you can grind and make a few hundred bucks. Great for developing countries, but for anyone with a job in developed world its a shit tier job.

    How many AAA publishers use blockchain ? Zero.

    I have no idea what you have been smoking mate, but what you described is a wish list. None of that exist nor is it close to being realized.

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  10. a number of reason why this is wrong, one of them coinbase NFT marketplace tanked so idk how gamestop is going to change that.

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  11. Yo the fact that you think the media is suppressing this lol

    It’s cause it doesn’t matter yet and imo probably won’t by the time they come out with it.

    Wow the GME kool aid is wildly strong

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  12. Posts like these should have to be tagged as paid promotion.

    Fuck off with your ads for your scams.

    Just buy Bitcoin.

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  13. >I spoke to some of them the other day about Loopring X GME and they told me they were considering building a new rig so they could experience what the GameStop NFT marketplace had to offer!

    This is the dumbest shit I’ve heard. Terrible fud

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  14. This subreddit is delusional beyond help on lrc & cro. You’re in for a rude awakening when the next bullrun comes and you stay 70% underwater.

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