For a long time, gaming was a “centralized” activity in which the owners of each game had complete control over the in-game data and riches. Only after the advent of dApps (decentralized applications) on the Ethereum blockchain was it feasible to build games that could be played and rewarded in a “decentralized” way.
Over the last five years, gaming in general has increased immensely in popularity. With thousands of games at our disposal, almost anybody of any age may find one that meets their interests. DeFi gaming is still very new and restricted, even on cryptocurrency forums, but there is growing interest in it in the DeFi community. The benefit of bitcoin gaming is that you can grow into more than simply a singer-user player who bought a game.
I’m also a little disappointed that I squandered hundreds of hours on the PC playing various games with no way to monetise them! Many people will have such an opportunity, given the amount of new and exciting enterprises that will arise. I don’t think I’d work now if I was paid to play video games when I was younger. If I were still a kid, I’d work on projects like Dustland. Playing a game while making money is significantly more pleasant. The developers came up with a fantastic idea.
This game is being developed by RedPad, and I believe it will be one of the best this year.