, 2022-12-10 16:00:00,
If you came to me and told me that the NFT and Crypto craze was a flash in the pan fad that has fizzled to the point of relative obscurity, there is a large part of me that would have to agree, at least where some NFT’s are concerned. There are sectors of the blockchain space that have done poorly and in the case of recent disastrous failures to the popular exchange FTX and asset lender BlockFi, it can sometimes feel like the risks are disproportionate to the rewards of a monkey picture. Then we have a separate sect, blockchain gaming, where in some places we see massive losses, like what happened in the Axie Infinity hack, while, on the other end of the spectrum, we see thoughtful, more traditional cash shop methods with a blockchain based market like Blankos Block Party.
To paraphrase Forest Gump, Blockchain Gaming is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you’re gonna get. Despite some extreme hindrances to the rise of blockchain gaming, there are still companies that are vying to build real games but with the use of blockchain. Infinite Fleet is one of those games. Recently, Infinite Fleet has pushed their game into the next phase of development, opening up their game to new players through free to play, where current players will be able to invite up to 100 of their gamer friends. The new players can then join in and play without having to purchase a ship. They will be given non-NFT ships to play, as they travel the galaxy, mine resources, and battle the…
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