Transactions and exchanges of unique, in-game items and experiences represent a huge, exciting opportunity for developers and gamers alike. Gamers have been looking for better ways to buy and sell the most sought after products or upgrades, which are normally significantly more valuable than standardized, common items that any player can buy.
So, while in-game purchases are fun and useful for most gamers, they tend to lack a sense of specialness or exclusivity because anyone can get duplicates of them with work, effort, or even just luck. But that’s all about to change with the merging of blockchain technology and crypto collectibles with in-game commerce.
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