We’re less than three weeks away from 2022, the year that will usher in a new era of decentralized gaming.
I mean, we’re starting in 2022 with games like Bold Point, an NFT-based role-playing card game that provides a fun and competitive experience. Bold Point was recently released and is designed to build your character and level it up through battle, either against other players (PvP) or against the computer AI (PvE).
Citrus, for example, has set a goal of accelerating the transformation of gaming and providing solutions to the blockchain world by introducing a next-generation DeFi ecosystem, valuable NFTs, and user-friendly DApps.
1 thought on “I’m very interested to see what Blockchain gaming achieves next year. This is going to be a massive part of DeFi that CANNOT be ignored.”
>We’re less than three weeks away from 2022
If you’re going to copy-paste some blog, maybe you should check that it’s evergreen my dude.
At any rate, I have yet to talk to an actual person who enjoys games who is “looking forward” to NFTs and play-to-earn, etc. In fact, the backlash against those ideas is pretty damn intense. But of course, given the *money* to be made, I’m sure VCs and publishers will find a way to force it down our throats.