>play Dr Disrespect's magnum opus
>randomly stumble upon one of the rarest finds in the game... a one of a kind pristine pure diamond bust of a unique Bored Ape NFT... that item is worth 250 thousand dollars in game, and its now in my hands...
>250k grand... literally a lifechanger. I've never even DREAMED of getting this much money, just from playing a videogame! Truly amazing!
>this really could be a lifechanger... maybe finally I can go for that dream vacation with my family... or maybe I'll invest and multiply that sum? Finally things are looking up... thank you for bringing such opportunities to gaming, Dr Disrespect!
>almost there... just need to get out and I-
>*suddenly get one shot through a thick concrete wall*
>enter Xxx_ChangChinagamerHD_xxX, his discount sweatshop microphone barely able to output anything more than noise
>NICE GOIN AMERIKAN FAGOT NUB I RAPE YOUR MUTHA
>OOO WAS DIS BORE APE NFT WOOOOT TO FIFTI TAUSEND AMERIKAN DOLLA WOOOW HAHA TENKS AMERIKAN I RAPE UR MOTHA I RAPE UR SISTAH
>SEE YU AMERIKAN 9/11 GOOD TIME
>play Dr Disrespect's magnum opus. >randomly stumble upon one of the rarest finds in the game...
>play Dr Disrespect's magnum opus
This phonograph "reads" a rock’s rough surface and transforms it into beautiful ambient music pic.twitter.com/PYDzYsWWf8— Surreal Videos (@SurrealVideos) March 3, 2023
didn't read lol
>No Fucking Thanks
Dr. SuckMyDick and Eat Shit, dork.
Yeah same. Is this even videogames? Sonic on all fields.
A game like that would be overrun with hackers. Fuck it, if a game like would exist hackers would be targeting the server database to directly access the nft or the crypto.
I remember a few years ago an article came out that said 30% of players on all the big shooter games were using hacks of some kind, a fucking third. This was actually later confirmed by hackers on here who'd post their hacks and were easily able to spot other people hacking too. Seeing 60% of a Tarkov lobby cheating was fucking wild though, imagine paying money for a game and outright being at a disadvantage from day 1. Or thinking Dr. Disrespect can somehow solve a problem actual corporations haven't been able to fix for over 20 years.
>Seeing 60% of a Tarkov lobby cheating was fucking wild though
its not 60% of a lobby
its 60% of every lobby has a cheater
its probably more like 80% too
A lot of those cheaters are concentrated in certain regions. Just lock those regions from playing with everybody else.
europeans just can afford the humanized, stealthy $500 cheats
chinks and russians buy the $100 ones
That sounds like made up cope from the east.
your post sounds like cope
NFTs also have copyright, just because you own it that doesn't give you the right to do anything you want with it. If game A dropped Shitty Gacha Orbs, just because a player owns them that doesn't mean game A doesn't have copyright over them. Game B still wouldn't be able to use them.
>NFTs also have copyright
Some people are surprised to heart his. They believe that if you buy an NFT you get to fully own whatever you bought, but that's not true.
There's a problem with this post though, and with
too. NFTs by definition are non fungible. If you have 5 Orbs, then each orb is mutually interchangeable by any other identical orb. If you have identical things they're not NFTs. It's ridiculous how little NFT evangelists even know about the thing they're preaching about.
60% that got caught. At that time he did not know that there was another tell for hackers to test each other, and he could only test a few people in each lobby, since he would either die before testing everyone or the hackers would die/bail. So its more like a minimum of 60% of the lobbies have cheaters, most likely a lot more.
>Or thinking Dr. Disrespect can somehow solve a problem actual corporations haven't been able to fix for over 20 years.
We had a very easy solution to that 20 years ago.
It was called active moderation and we lost it when everything shifted over to matchmaking.
I miss dedicated servers so fucking much bros. I miss my comfy 2007 TF2 hangouts with not-so-random people who weren't exactly friends but more or less knew each other and had a good time. Modern multiplayer games are so awful it's unreal. Matchmaking, no region locks or community control, hackers everywhere. It's a never ending nightmare, and it only gets worse with every passing year.
>30% of players on all the big shooter games were using hacks of some kind
PC gamers were a mistake.
console players dont need aimbot because they have aim"assist"
hacking is the correct way to play. if you aren't hacking then you're simply gimping yourself
Devs need to stop being greedy assholes actually ban hackers.
>actual corporations haven't been able to fix for over 20 years
They can fix it but they don't care. The game is either not worth it for them or they would actually lose money.
It’s definitely higher than 30% now. Apex and nu cod are riddled with them. Like every other lobby has a handful of them, non br cod has entire lobbies of people
Blatantly aim botting with no regard for whether they get banned or not. Zoomers give no fuck about what’s fair or what’s not.
Yeah it's great. It'll draw all the hackers to itself and other fps will experience a renaissance of fair play and no cheating.
>other fps will experience a renaissance
wrong, if the whole NFT angle proves to be very profitable other companies will follow suit. the only reason this hasn't happened so far is that no NFT game was successful.
PC gaming is dead
>A game like that would be overrun with hackers
Yeah, people already hack just for the cheap thrill of pissing off random people. Imagine just how much of a shitshow game described in OP would be.
>choke and die to a normal non hacker player losing the 250k item
>realise how you just fucked up your life
>have a nice day and before you do post about it on reddit or something
literally radioactive pr
All of these outcomes sound based. The only REAL problem is
. Is the hacker problem fixable?
the only way you could fix hacking completely is moving basically the entirety of the game logic & data to serverside, like how games like hearthstone and MUDs work. it is not feasible with FPS games.
Or play on a console. Or release updates and have built in monitors for cheating behavior.
Consoles have cheating too, there's scripts to send custom input via devices you can buy on amazon. You can also still packet sniff consoles.
shit like that is gonna lead to actual killings
too late bro. chinks, nips, morons and hues have been hacking each other to pieces over MMOs in internet cafes for over 20 years.
Fuck I used to play RO.
retards have been killing each other over video games for 30 years
a 15 year old killed a younger kid over some video game gold that was only worth 2 dollars
he not only killed the kid, he also raped him and cut off his legs while he was still alive
To be fair, gold in Tibia was more expensive back in the day. I think he might have gotten more like $20-50 or something.
>chopped his legs off
Yea... i dunno why, but i don't think it was the tibia gold he was after.
EVE Online has direct ties to the mafia and individuals have also hired hitmen to take out kingpins on their server.
This. EVE Online is a shitshow
Only someone like Valve would be able to do it right, since TF2 and CS GO is already like that
We already have those in games. Remember the one guy who was killed over Diablo II loot?
people have already been stabbed to death over runescape items worth less than $100
There was a guy a few years ago that got swatted and killed over a Call of Duty money match for like $1. If/When this game comes out, there's gonna be actual gangs and terrorists surrounding it.
Swatting was stupid ass shit.
gays maybe should realize being sent to an apartment where nothing is happening, not asking surrounding homes if anything strange is going on.... fucking idiots, use common sense past the first few incidents.
HOW MANY TIMES CAN SWAT BE CALLED TO SWATTING? WOULDN'T YOU THINK, MAYBE ASSESS THE DAMN SITUATION FIRST BEFORE KILLING A 15 YR OLD AND HIS FAMILY, YES, DESPITE BEING BLACK OR MEXICAN.
>if you die in the game, you die in real life!
We used to discuss if we should hire a guy to wack our competition in the netherlands that was standing in the way of our guild victory. Good thing it was a pay to win game that was eating all our funds.
>Get the item
>mum turns off internet because you havent taken out the trash
>put mom in the trash
>tell her that is where she belongs now
It doesn't even have to be a hacker, even just dying normally to another player with the item I'd probably just unironically kill myself.
Yeah I don't know how anybody could possibly think such a thing would be a good idea
not that any values would ever actually be that high but even then it's just gonna be misery if you ever manage to lose something worth anything at all
You'll be fine because you realize you never had the money to begin with.
>Yeah I don't know how anybody could possibly think such a thing would be a good idea
It's simple, really. Turbo rich fucks like Disrespect lose touch with how the average person would perceive having an item that valuable.
Trading around a few hundred thousand dollars on stream for them is the average week.
>It's simple, really. Turbo rich fucks like Disrespect lose touch with how the average person would perceive having an item that valuable.
For someone who is very rich watching dance for me for peanuts is a form of entertainment.
>killing yourself over 250k
Guy is peddling this stuff months after NFT experiments with gaming failed miserably. Loser clearly invested in some stupid game and now shit is not profitable anymore so he is trying to spin it anyway he can to try to recoup the costs. No wonder the guy has spent weeks complaining about how there are no online games to play.
>he invested in the game
>he now trying to promote the game
wow, it's almost as if people have a vested interest in seeing things succeed... thank you for your revealing analysis.
It's unethical if he doesnt disclose his ownership in the game, retard
But he hasn't announced anything. He has been "setting the field" for weeks suddenly talking about this cool and great and revolutionary idea for gaming. He should at least be honest and say he is involved in some shitty NFT game project that will be DOA instead of being all OH THERE IS NOTHING TO PLAY WHAT ARE STREAMERS GONNA DO, IF ONLY A GAME WITH THIS *specific* CONCEPT WOULD RELEASE, JUST IMAGINE
post the one where someone thinks it would be badass for all games to be interconnected and talks about "old school rune chains" and a "5% drop chance" that he thinks would be unfathomably rare
if anyone has seen how bad cheating is in tarkov then imagine how fucking bad it would be in this game
literally a cheaters/RMTers wet dream
The blockchain cant be cheated.
ofc, just suddenly bankrupt with missing owner.
There have actually already been cases where cryptocurrency "play to earn" games have been targeted with a 51% attack and gotten all the crypto swiped. I forgot the name of the game but blockchain can actually be cheated.
The blockchain can't, but that only benefits the cheaters. Since they will cheat in the game to get more loot, and once they get the loot its on the blockchain tied to them, so you can't even reset their accounts to get the items away from cheaters.
What if there a period of review between the end of the match and the NFT transfer? It doesn’t need to be automatic.
So if there is foul play the hacker doesn’t get get the NFT
doesn't that defeat the point of the blockchain?
No? Because the still has to verify that you actually extracted with the item before the nft transfer is made. The game is not literally running on the blockchain lol
You don't catch a cheater after a match, its a long process usually. Only the most obvious hacks get caught instantly. You would need a week long or even months long review process, and nobody is going to play a game where they have to wait for weeks for their items.
Honestly, what Dr Diss is trying to do and involve NFTs in, is completely pointless. Like 100% pointless. You already had games that allowed for players to trade items that they got, worth thousands of dollars ingame... D3. In that game it all came crashing down because the drop rates/balance of the game felt off, as if it were made with the cash AH in mind. But it did not need NFT/blockchain involvment. Since all items need unique internal IDs anyway (standard procedure i mentioned before to prevent item dupes). As a dev you can make that ID visible if you want, which might help hackers/cheaters a bit, but its not hard to make unique items in a game. Honestly, I love the idea of btc actually being used. But this NFT in videogames is just the wroong tool for the wrong job. They are trying to hammer in a nail with an egg.
Time to employ randomized screening of the game's visuals and player's behavior by AI algos.
Tell that to his wife
The blockchain can't, people can
Are we pretending glowmorons can't brute force wallets and fuck with blockchains? Did we learn nothing from Assange's attempts to release ransom files post arrest?
>Officer, he beat me over the head and stole $100.
>Fear not, citizen, that $100 bill is impossible to counterfeit.
>Can you prove he stole your money
>Yes, there's my name printed on it
>Guess it's time we arrest him then
97% of cop excuses for not going after thieves is 'Oh but we can't be sure it was them, there's no proof, back to GoNuts4Doughnuts for me'
>he doesn't know about bitcoin laundering services like tornado
Why even bother with tornado. I just buy monero and fuck off.
That Bored Ape game had to be shut down because of the cheating.
BSG supported the hackers, even sold them stolen accounts and would leak to certain cheat devs when a ban wave is coming.
They have a symbiotic relationship with banning accounts and selling them, wiping when the value or rare items becomes too low to resell for real dollars which is gold to Russian Rubles.
This dude screams and breaks shit when he gets killed in a normal game and yet he wants NFTarkov where you could lose an item worth hundreds of thousands of dollars to a hacker or some retard going for a hail mary just to get a dopamine hit off of killing you. People would fucking kill themselves.
Is that the dude that cheated on his wife?
>die to a random bug
>internet cuts out
You just know the glitches and bugs would be placed there discreetly to give those items to certain individuals who paid off the devs so they can get it first.
Eh just let him go broke making this game, he deserves it.
Ignoring the fact that it's unfinished, you can tell from the foundational infrastructure that is in the game right now that this will be a complete piece of fucking shit when it comes out.
>all those indian comments
I GET IT NOW! I finally understand WHO is watching these fucking retards
anybody who looks at this and go ugh dont see the vision Dr.Disrespect has and are braindead
I guess they call him Dr. Disrespect for a reason because after reading that tweet in the OP I have lost any respect I might have had for him.
Name one advantage of NFT/Blockchain for cross game items over just having a single dedicated server that stores the information along with a key.
All of the stuff NFTbros claim that NFT would allow are done better already by Amiibo.
You get items and bonuses in multiple different games. You can sell or trade your amiibo to others. If a company just sold an amiibo like service by just gave you a password and let you trade/sell it, it would be functionally identical to NFT plots. Except it's better because NFTs have inherent drawbacks like transaction speed and power consumption that make them inferior. I seriously don't see a single reason why crypto techology is required in any way, shape, or form in order to do cross-game items.
>You can sell or trade your amiibo to others.
no one tell him...
Oh are they account locked or something? I never bought one.
I suppose my idea is something more like Counter Strike: GO items then. My point though is that block chain is not required for this kind of system whatsoever, as this guy also pointed out
cs:go items aren't unique
NFTs are unique
And that matters because? Oh wait it does not. In reality only rarity matters.
Hell even in dota 2 you can technically get unique items by having them signed by a pro player for example. In the real world look no further than the MTG card market. The value most of the time is not on how unique a card is (there are some fringe collectors who collect failed prints), its rarity + condition. And you don't need a blockchain for either of those.
Also just if you are that worried about an item being unique. Im pretty sure CS go items have a unique ID identifier built into them as well (which technically makes them unique), since that is generally how devs combat duping. If the server detects 2 items with the same ID it delets one. Which you know, makes the items as unique as the NFTs.
NFTs aren't unique. They make a lot of them and any difference in how much they're worth is completely arbitrary which is stupid for a video game because the players determine it's worth by first how rare it is and then if it actually matters in terms of gameplay usefulness. You already have items in games like CSGO and TF2 be worth real money. An NFT game doesn't need NFTs at all.
>NFTs aren't unique.
NFTs are unique, that's literally what the name means retard
The "uniqueness" is arbitrary, dimwit. Your fucking druggie monkey picture is exactly the same as all the other druggie monkey pictures except he's wearing a baseball cap instead of headband. In a video game especially there are only so many variables. Like the unusual hats in TF2 where it's the players who decide which are worth more based on those variables. NFT games TRY to fix prices in the games, but players don't give a shit and the games always fail.
>NFTs are unique
What's this then?
The NFT may be unique, but the object it points to isn't
Fucking this. God there are some midwits in this conversation. There's nothing about the NFT conversation that mandates the object it's attached to is one of a kind. The NFT itself, which can be seen as a unique ID, a certificate of authenticity and ownership of an asset, is unique, but it doesn't mean it represents a unique object. This is why one of the potentially useful applications of the tech is game licensed and being able to sell them as you could a second hand copy. That conversation wouldn't exist if it meant only one copy of a video game was ever made.
> save as
Not anymore lol
But you wont be able to prove you have the original, heh
It’s just an independent system to verify ownership and to trade your items. If it doesn’t need to use NFTs, than it doesn’t matter it uses them too.
That's what's stupid about it. You already own the item in the game because it's in your inventory. You can even sell it for real money too. It's just a way for developers to say "This item is worth 100,000 dollars. Why? Because we say so."
I know you're just pretending to be retarded, but CSGO and TF2 items unironically have unique ids
They typically have UUID
Which is actually more unique than NFTs which are forkable
>Retards will look at these and call them unique from one another
those aren't NFTs
>retards still don't know what nfts are
the picture is just data in the nft
you can make a nft and not use a picture
>you can make a nft and not use a picture
>Mfw theoretically it 'could be anything' but in practice its always shitty mass-produced jpgs to catch a quick buck from retards who believe in get rich quick
eh you just have a skewed perception since you only see those people since they get bullied alot
seen plenty of artists sell videos and moments
Show me one. I always hear about how NFTs are the next biggest thing, I have yet to see someone actually post how much they've made off of them.
>tfw being the proud owner of the stoned leopard monkey worth 500.000$ dollard (editor's note: 0$)
>NFTs are unique
do you think the devs are going to make an infinite amount of items for the game?
its called AI
Damn bro look at all these unique, AI-made assets
Im so sold
punklet malding, well I guess someone has to work the shitty jobs for us rich people
ai is getting more advanced
try and keep up anon
>steven spielberg works with them
>All the artist needs is a camera
>All examples are obviously done with expensive, high tech cameras done used in Hollywood movies, in addition to perfect lighting
I bet you the results look like shit if you don't have a Grade A camera.
>I don't want to be the first bro on Mars.
so you're going to pay 250k for some AI generated shit
i have about 56k AI generated images i've made
that will be 14 billion dollars, please
>NFTs are unique
>dev adds another NFT that points to the same item's data in the game engine
Uh oh now there's two of those items since you each have an NFT that points to an item of that kind.
the NFT is still unique
NFTs aren't unique
I can screenshot your shitty monkey 200000 times
All you own is an ID that says you own it but the item itself is infinitely reproducible
No idea what that idiot is gibbering about but you can use previously owned Amiibos just fine. Just have to wipe any save data on it via the console.
wipe the data and you can use the amiibo fine, hell you don't even need to wipe the data, how do you fail at using a product aimed at children
I'm not convinced at all that they'd be a good thing but
>a single dedicated server
we see services and online getting shut down all the time now
Blockchain is useful – in any application, not just gaming – only when everything is decentralized. The entire point of blockchain is decentralization. If even one single link of the chain is centralized, blockchain is worthless: you could achieve the same exact results, but more efficiently, with a fully-centralized system.
Will these NFT games be open-source, so everyone can host its own servers and use the blockchain as a shared database? No? What's the point of using a blockchain then. At any point the company can close the servers down and there will be a worthless decentralized database for a game that doesn't even exist.
That actually sounds neat, NFTs could be used on private servers after the game goes down.
But what prevents private servers from printing obscene amounts of new NFTs at rate higher than others?
If you run a private server you can spawn whatever you want for whoever you want, why care about bringing NFTs in?
>But what prevents private servers from printing obscene amounts of new NFTs at rate higher than others?
NTA but if the game is open-source, then nothing would prevent that. Maintainers and developers of that server would have to be careful not to put too many items that do too much OP shit, for the reasons listed at the end of here
if it's not open source but has the ability to be hosted on whatever server(s) anyone wants, then you just have a game that will never receive updates or new NFTs.
>But what prevents private servers from printing obscene amounts of new NFTs at rate higher than others?
Nothing, I guess. But a rare NFT you found on a respectable server would be more valuable than an item – even if it looks exactly the same – you basically minted for yourself.
Same reason why an original Italian high-fashion purse sells for $2000, and its Chinese knock-off sells for $50 even if it's basically a perfect copy. Same reason why in TCGs, a card printed 20 years ago is more valuable than a modern re-print, even if it's the same exact card.
All I'm saying is, current implementations of blockchain in videogames are worthless, it's the Steam Marketplace but slower. But if everything was decentralized, including the code of the game itself, it could at least offer something unique that can't be replicated with centralized means. Not necessarily better, but different.
>watermarking SAMPLE on it so people don't just screenshot it
AAAAAAAAH BUT THE BLOCKCHAIN ACK
Actually it's worthless in both scenarios
A decentralized scenario allows forking of the system, which let's you create duplicate systems that can talk via simple forward effort manipulation and allow dupping of all transactions
It's why coins are so fucked up, you can create competing coins in subnetworks and confuse the network
It really doesn't take many bad actors to do this. It just hasn't been done much because of the physical effort required.
>game goes offline
>NFT is now nothing
>lump of plastic is still a lump of plastic
This. Anyone spending actual real human money on digital anything has a brain disease. NFTs only have value if fags decide it should. Boohoo, you lost a dagger with a unique blue glow on it.
god imagine how horrifying it would be to pay your 25 dollar entry fee, then lose your 25000 item because of a hacker. Why would you ever.
most recent build gameplay https://www.youtube.com/live/mC8vRXWzWBQ?feature=share
Tbh i am just waiting for the shitshow of this retarded idea and vaporate all the grifter into the ground
Imagine thinking you need a blockchain for this.
You know what the best part for me is about this shit. Its that i know that the blockchain will make it a failure. Its set in stone. Because of the blockchain tech cheating will be the only way to play. Since once you obtain an item, the dev can't just wave a magic item and joink it from you from the blockchain. Its literally built on tech that objectively makes it worse. Since you know...just like in counter strike you don't need blockchain to find items that a worth a fuckton and sell them on a marketplace.
Presumably the only worth the NFT from the game has is whatever it does in the game though? Therefor the devs could just remove the associated item or fuck it up to tank its value
Just like magic the gathering cards.Artificial scarcity.
>Therefor the devs could just remove the associated item
If it's on the blockchain then no, they can't remove the item because the blockchain can't be tampered with unless you have access to every computer and server that information is stored on, which is ludicrously unlikely.
And even if they could, that would just trigger a mass evacuation of the game because you've shown everyone their items can be removed from them at any time which goes against the entire purpose of the decentralized storage.
They could remove the associated item in-game, they don't have to touch the NFT. Who would pay thousands for a weapon skin NFT for a weapon that no longer exists in game or a weapon than just got nerfed into the dirt?
Wait, isn't this gambling? lol
Gambling but with developers/hackers having direct access to the roulette wheel. Who the fuck thought this was a good idea?
>literally every Tarkov and Valorant game has a cheater(I'm one)
>expect a game where you make money looting to not be a wasteland of hacking
High estrogen and mental illness detected, please report to nearest gas chamber.
Anyways uhm... I bought a whole bunch of shungite, rocks, do you know what shungite is? Anybody know what shungite is. No, no Suge Knight, I think hes locked up in prison. Talking shungite. Anyways, its a 2 billion year old like rock, stone that protects against frequencies and unwanted frequencies that may be traveling in the air. So thats my story. I bought a whole bunch of stuff, put them around the la casa. Little pyramids. Stuff like that.
>He got them item?
I don't understand how the expensive in game item correlates with the encounter of the 3rd worlder.
Why would I bother trying to "extract" with a cosmetic drop worth 100K in a game I hate when I could continue to mooch off my rich parents playing games I like? Checkmate, athiests and wagies. Streamers are also wagies and thus deserve nothing but scorn.
Guarantee you're a poor kid from Eastern Europe.
giff gf pls
Haha so true
I only reply for the tomboy, didn’t read your gay fanfic.
Pls donate tomboy gf with red hair, blue eyes, a cute face, flattering curvature and a height of 6feet. Thanks, anon!
>Did you know even with boots people get their feet wet all the time? Might as well go barefoot
On the off chance it happens
didn't read but here for the tomboy gf
GIVE IT TO ME NOW!
I'll take one.
That's cool, but it points to an item that fifty other NFTs point to.
Uh oh, the devs added another hundred NFTs pointing to that item for the special event weekend, looks like your item devalued even further because there's more of it now!
s c o r n
gib sassy tomboy gf pls
silly post but I'll give you a pity (u)
you know what I'll give (You) a (You)
Gibe tomboy gf pls
DAMN YOU PELOSI
Because you can do both???
i want to end my lovequest
Give me her already!
So true babe, now hand over the tomboy
NFT games are walking investment disasters. Once there's one disturbance in the blockchain it ripples throughout the economy and people jump ship so they don't lose all there money. These are built to fail, that's why we have to say goodbye to Square Enix in a couple years.
>tfw no Pelosi gf
tomboys don't exist irl ;_;
here we go again
GIVE IT TO ME!
So true Anon!
Fuck whatever this thread was about
I know what I want
please please please please please
might as well
Replying for cute tomboy.
fuck you gimme gimme
I'm trying to turn my life around anon, if this doesn't work I'm putting a curse on you the likes of which no dirty gypsy has ever dreamed of.
pls be real I'm desparate
You guys understand that an NFT "worth" 250k is meaningless unless someone is willing to fork over 250k ameridollars for a .png, right? ....right?
I imagine there would be a system like the market in Tarkov where you can just fulfill someone's request to buy the item. That's where any perceived value would come from.
You do realize that you don't need NFTs for that right? See no further than blizzards D3 real money auction house. Worked like a charm, people made thousands on it selling items. But it was the wrong type of game to have it implemented.
This tarkov shit would be perfect for a rmah like that, but they have to drop the NFT angle for it, since its more trouble than its worth.
Yes, but that would fuck the value of the item for literally everyone. Since if i get the idea right, the point of this game is that NFTs are actually usable items like guns. If you fuck up the power of rooty tooty shooty gun with pink camo, then the value of every rooty tooty shooty gun will drop, not just the one with pink camo. Its just unnecesarrily complicating things that had solutions already in place.
Being nfts makes the items more valuable because once they are yours the developers can’t delete it.
But the whole value of the item comes from it being in the game. The dev still can delete your item by making it not work in the game. So now you have a NFT that does nothing, a jumble of code that for all intents of purposes is useless.
That’s a fucking good point. What a mess this game gonna be lol
Of course you don't. Their main argument for NFTs seems to be that "you can use the item in a future game down the line" which is A) retarded and B) can already be done without NFTs anyway.
Games have done this for decades, its called save file transfer.
They're nonfungible so you could just fuck up the one without effecting the others.
Thats not really an issue, CS:GO has shown that people will pay for any garbage as long as someone tells them it's valuable.
you understand that an nft doesn't have to be a .png, right? ....right? it's just a digital receipt, a proof of ownership
Yeah, the receipt showing that you gave someone money for a number on the block chain. You never actually own anything other than that.
It's not a proof of ownership. Even after years of NFT scams you still don't know what NFT even is.
The point is finding a retard willing to pay 250k with the expectation of selling it to another retard for 300k.
At the end of the chain you find one retard that wasted 350k on a string of code with zero value
Just artificially boost the value.
If you own the ultra rare S1 NFT at the end of the season, you get invited to the tournament with a million dollar prize pool. Then season 2 has a new set of NFTs, while the old ones are still good gameplay wise (or powercrept, who cares lol)
Or you get to go to a dinner with the streamer.
Streamers are professional grifters, no need to worry about them making people think it's worth 250k.
this shit doesn't work, the world is too full of rat fucks who live in shithole countries where cheating at this game will net them more pay than a good job. you'd have to make it exclusively available to first world countries, and even then people will still cheat. fucking Activision and Epic Games can't stop people from cheating, how is this fuckin' eceleb gonna stop it? he's delusional. lmao
This sounds like csgo knives with more steps.
Yeah I was gonna say. You could probably get the same results by intergrating your game's economy into the steam market. Sure you'd give up 30% of your profits but you're gonna have less cheaters and outright fraud on there. This game's gonna end up like that stupid bored ape sewer game.
lots of words to say cheatGODS win again, this time several times over
>streamer fag trying to scam people to make even more money
>NFT chaser in 20203
>accusing other people of being trend chasers
Why is the NFT fad still a thing? I thought that scam was already dead
It's still held up by scammers who made it and by people who keep getting scammed by crypto bullshit, but they've invested too much of their life into it to stop. Jacking off to Elon and shilling NFTs is their entire personality.
What’s intrinsic scammy about NFTs?
Scam artists don’t beed nfts to convince people to buy their crap as if it was an investment. Ever heard of modern art?
NFTs are good on paper, same with crypto.
The problem is you can't just look at the system in a vacuum, when 99% of users go into them with making tons of money in mind.
>Ever heard of modern art?
at least modern art is usually a physical thing you can actually own, like a painting or sculpture.
People have spent so much on them so the Sunken Cost syndrome kicks in and they won't let go
I got a coworker that’s fully in deep with NFTs and crypto. He looks at graphs all day trying to play the system and make a couple dollars. Man says he earns money all the time, but he poor as fuck and lives with 5 roommates. I have a three bedroom home lol.
the industry back then already sunk an ungodly amount of money into NFT/blockchain scams integration back when they were still being pushed as "the future" "the new big modern thing" "guaranteed money" and they were only considered a shady model that could work and benefit the consumer.
What we're starting to see now is the result of those investments that had MASSIVE profits projected back when the population was being indoctrinated into the validity of NFTs, and they are only going to double, triple down in their efforts to force you to use those systems, no matter if you like it or not, because their profits are going to be unprecedented if they succeed, even dwarfing the spike of systems like battlepasses, dlc and gachashit
TLDR: garden gnomes
Because the bag holders are desperate
Companies locked themselves into doing long plans revolving around NFTs, it's too late for them to stop so now we're going to see just what exactly will become of this new fiat currency.
E-celebs still have a ton of success scamming kids with NFTs. Normalfag adults don't fall for them anymore.
>making it possible for someone to lose an item worth $100,000 in a video game
does this retard know people kill themselves over having lost less at an actual brick and mortar casino? what if their power goes out, or their internet craps out? what if a kid changes the TV channel or a pet knocks a fuckin' glass of water off a dresser? that kid is getting his ass dragged up and down the whole fuckin' block. what an awful concept. lmao
Casinos are legal and very profitable though
IN games you already even have people killing or threatening to kill each other over items in the game that have no actual use except for in the game itself. Everyone remembers the guy who freaked out over his Cloudsong in WoW getting "stolen" from him. Just imagine if $100,000 dollars of real money was on the line.
Jesus fuck, that musty as FUCK reference.
WoW does NOT HAVE A CLOUDSONG ITEM, gay. IT WAS SOME CHINGCHONG SHITTY 3RD WORLD GRIND GAME THAT HAS IT. FUCK!
FUCKING OLD ASS YTMND SHIT, FUCK YOU!
Actually it was Dark Age of Camelot. lol
>Dark Age of Camelot
Seeing as people already cheat in games where the only reward is prestige, how much worse would it get if you could win tens of thousands of dollars? This is an absolutely horrible idea, and I hope they make it happen
it only works in a game where everything's server side there's nothing to be cheated by esp hacks or similar
like in EVE where this already exists
But Dr. D exclusively plays competitive FPS. If he's making a game, it's going to be some sort of battle royale thing
reminder that mechanical aimbots are a thing are basically impossibe to detect
Even then EVE has it's own share of bullshit like the t20 corruption.
I have never used cheats before in my life.
If this shit gets released I will download and use every cheat I can for it.
You'd probably be able to count the number of people who found something worth that on one hand.
You'd unironically have better luck spending the same time you spend playing the game working a minimum wage job and then dumping it all into lottery tickets.
>It's so exciting to think how much money I could scam with this
>you'd have to be stupid to not like NFTs
i've never spent any money on skins and i wont buy your monkey pictures either
So if you find a 10k item in the game you won’t care about selling it or owning at all?
no item is going to be worth 10k because no one is going to pay that for it
and i wont play your monkey game in the first place
There are csgo items that are worth that much.
csgo is a game with millions of concurrent players that has successfully existed for over 10 years now, which itself is the successor to a game that was wildly popular before that. There are 2 problems with these new NFT games: the first is that they are all half-baked to fucking hell, they all suck dick because money was the thing that was at the forefront of the creator's mind instead of just trying to make a good game. the second problem is that the blockchain isn't actually required to make a type of game where items can have real-world value and be transferred to other games, which leads me to believe the number one and only reason anyone wants to develop these games is simply to artificially inflate the value of whatever token is attached to whatever chain they're using, thus either making money, or at least not losing as much as what they paid into it. I have no doubt this Disrespect character is holding bags right now for one or more shitcoin and is trying to recoup some loss.
Is someone actually going to spend 10k on an item that might give them an advantage in a game that will inevitably have less than 100 concurrent players at its peak because no one else wants to play another failure NFT game? It doesn't get a valuation of 10k from thin air, some retard has to buy it from me after deciding either A. the item is worth 10k to keep and use in this shit game, or B. the item is worth 10k now, but some other retard might pay more for it later, either to keep using in the game or to sell for even more.
NTFbros, what exactly does blockchain achieve that Steam Inventory doesn't?
The blockchain isnt tied to a company.
thats why there so many "trusted" brokers
but the game that utilizes them is
bingo. if the game goes offline, or your item either gets nerfed or simply deleted because the devs and/or players discover it's incredibly imbalanced, any and possibly all value is lost. if there ARE incredibly overpowered items that fuck up the game balance and the devs don't change anything about them in order to maintain their perceived value, the game will be called a "pay2win fucking mess" and barely anyone will continue playing, thus driving the value down as well. If the devs perform a miracle (they wont) and launch the game with perfect item balance, those items had better at least have the novelty of looking cool as fuck or something, because they won't be very valuable in the first place if there's not much gameplay advantage to using them. this is literally a lose/lose/lose situation.
Really can't wait to see what happens when an NFT game does happen to get popular and the developers are faced with the dilemma of either nerfing overpowered items for the sake of gameplay balance or risk pissing off the players who gave them tons of money for them. Hope they enjoy getting firebombed by the guy who lost thousand of dollars because the value tanked.
And? If the blockchain for your 100k item is "AADH$23ADAFOGGGIUA43991JJFL1FJIWW38KFJ"
And the game knows that it has to translate that string into a pristine quality karambit knife with oil filter colours... what do you care about if its not tied to a company. It has literally 0 use and value if its not tied to the company.
Well they could store the items someplace that is separate from the company/game
But what benefit would that have when the only time the item really exists is in the game. Thus has to be connected to it. There is no reason for you to want to seperate it from the company/game.
You're thinking small bro, them items dont have to be in-game items only, it could be anything.
i cant wait to drop in and pick up Eminem's new record that he recorded specifically for this game and doesn't exist anywhere else (until i sell copies of it to thousands of people for hundreds of dollars apiece)
this is where NFTards scream YOU CAN TRANSFER IT TO ANOTHER GAME!! as if the Animal Crossing developers are not only going to make a deal with From Software to have a 3d model of the Grafted Blade Greatsword implemented into their game, but also the functionality of it (I kill Tom Nook with one swing of it in the dead of night, thereby erasing my debt)
>Animal Crossing developers make a deal with From Software to have a 3d model of the Grafted Blade Greatsword implemented into their game
>*checks save file on your system if you have it in Elden Ring*
>Congratulations you have Grafted Galde Greatstick in your mail!
wow that was hard, we totally need NFTs to make this process easier
Exactly. Not only is this union of competing video game companies never going to fucking happen, it wouldn't even require the blockchain if it did.
in the end the entire YOU CAN TRANSFER IT TO ANOTHER GAME shit is literally Steam Marketplace, but without any supervision which is lolbertarians scam paradise.
If you play anything by that retard you deserve it.
This sounds like an absolutely awful experience. I've played Sea of Thieves. Having that with NFT treasures would be a nightmare.
what the FUCK is an 'extraction type game'
>design games around being a spectator sport
Esports and streamers deserve the bullet.
How will dr disrespect make money with this games skins being on the NFT system?
Do they get some % every time one of their Nfts get traded around?
Yes actually, the main reason why all the corpos want NFT to succeed is because they get like 1% of the value of the NFT everytime it's traded.
Ding ding ding!
Valve already does that without needing a blockchain technology to slow it down.
So he just wants to play a korean mmo?
I remember RO cards fetching assloads of money in the early 2000s too
>People have real incentive to boost
>As if they weren't autistic enough already to do it for in game skins
The game would be completely broken.
I hope he makes it specifically so the world can laugh at what a failure he would be as a game developer lmao
>buy 100k gun nft to own da nubs
>devs nerf the item in the game 2 days later
>try to sell it
>don't even get 100 dollars
oh no no cryptobros
Wouldn't be the first time, I still remember the salt in APB:R when they nerfed that whatchamacallit machine pistol people paid an average of $500 for in lootboxes
>buy 250k gun
>say moron once
I thought we already went through this
>NFTs are fucking a scam of a scam, or maybe the second part of a bigger scam whatever
>No NFT is "worth" any real form of currency because you can't buy NFTs with real currency
>You get NFTs by trading shitcoins, you get shitcoins by either mining them (which is a fucking terrible idea unless you're fucking loaded or stealing power from somewhere) or most likely buying it through some kind of vendor site (like cashapp will let you buy bitcoin through it)
>Now by putting real money into the shitcoin market you make the value of shitcoin go up and give people who most likely bought/mined shitcoin for pennies a chance to sell them to suckers for a big payout
The entire point of NFTs was to garden gnome people out of their stimulus dollars by tricking them into paying for jpgs. I can't believe people still don't get this.
crypto and NFTs have always been a ploy to trick normie idiots into "holding the bag" Yes some may get some big gains, but its nothing compared to how much the orchestrators get.
the funniest part is that you arent even paying for jpgs, you are paying for the hyperlink url that is attached to the image, they could potentially change the image at any time and they would argue that since the link is the same, they havent changed anything about what you bought
>create play-to-earn nft game
>scam some boomers in to shilling it for me
>swap out the jpgs they own a link to for goatse
It's a performance art project.
>entertainment value as a viewer
Competitions for money already exist. Nobody fucking cares about how much money the winners get.
Yeah but imagine how entertaining it will be when a streamer hangs himself live on air because he lost his entire life savings to an aimbotter
this is all just shit you can do on steam with game items already. right down to "the game owner gets a % of the money when an item is resold". i don't understand why they think this is new or revolutionary
I literally just cleansed myself this morning of the last online pvp game I was still playing
I am never going back
I dont want to play any online pvp game ever again
they are all fucking cancer from first to last
only comfy singleplayer or coop games for me from now on
Sorry, NFT Grifty, but none of those things are worth any actual money. There's a reason the only people who buy NFTs are people selling to other Griftys, or even themselves. They're attempting to convince people who aren't in on the scam that the worthless bits of code attached to an image are worth real money. The ironic thing is that, in a strange twist of fate, the masses aren't stupid enough to fall for this one.
BECAUSE THEY SHOT THEMSELVES IN THE FOOT WITH RETARDED MONKEY DUMBFUCKERY AS THEIR OPENING HAND.
>find rare item
>get killed by cheater
>get called a retard cuck for not cheating as well
>extract with NFT with 250k
>put it in marketplace
>it doesn't sell because nobody is that big of a fucking retard to buy it
>the almost zero demand causes the price to drop until every NFT on the store is sold for under a dollar
>you quit the game, 2 years later get an email saying your nft was sold for 2 dollars
If people believe it will work, it will work. Stop trying to sink this game.
it'll work just long enough to rugpull
That's the best part, it WON'T work, even if people believe.
>That's the best part, it WON'T work, even if people believe.
Bro your money is backed by 'We pinky swear it's worth something' and drone strikes against anyone who disagrees.
So money is backed by drone strikes while your NFT is backed by.......faith and goodwill?
lol. lmao, even.
>Bro your money is backed by 'We pinky swear it's worth something' and drone strikes against anyone who disagrees.
This is true and yet also has absolutely nothing do with why NFTs in the video game space will never ever amount to anything no matter how hard anyone blows a gasket believing in this shit. These are completely unrelated things and you're a retard and a gay as well.
>and drone strikes
Which is demonstrably a hell of a lot more than literally nothing lmao.
why wouldn't it work?
it'll be the big streamers "buying" the NFTs for 250k to set the example, and then little timmy will see the same NFT for 150k and think it's an insane deal
i said it earlier.
the items appear to be functional in-game items, not just cosmetics. if they're worth a lot, its because they're extremely useful, probably overpowered. if the devs have to nerf or remove the functionality of those items due to gameplay balance, the value plummets. if the devs do nothing to the functionality in order to maintain the value, it will be perceived as a janky p2w game and lose players, which will also plummet the value because who's going to find a particular item valuable in a game with few players? and if there is perfect game balance at the start, meaning the items don't give all that much of an advantage, then nobody's going to pay more than a few bucks for them. on top of that, if the servers go down for whatever reason (will probably be due to lack of player interest), those items are now gone. it doesnt matter that the receipts symbolizing ownership exist eternally, the money someone spent for an item is gone for life. this does not represent a smart financial investment which is why even 60 IQ retards aren't buying into this shit. and on top of everything else: once again, blockchain technology is literally not even a little bit required for any of this shit to exist.
you're treating them as actual items, not as snake oil
because streamers are going to be in on the plan and trading it between each other for big sums of money (without money actually changing pockets), it'll create an illusion that the value IS there
and you know twitch viewers are dumb enough to pay up for stupid shit like this
at least half (and I think more) of those ultra rare drops will be funneled into the economy by the developers on fake accounts, so they can give them to other people in on the scam for free (while claiming they were traded for hundreds of thousands)
>and then little timmy will see the same NFT for 150k and think it's an insane deal
And where the fuck is little Timmy getting $150k? You really are either desperate or dense. I can't wait for this to come out.
>Stop trying to sink this game
I hope it comes out. It will be hilarious to watch you gays scramble as your literal life savings are pissed away as it fails.
let me guess: you missed out on bitcoin? This is your chance to make up for it
I'll pass. You can enjoy your bankruptcy without me.
>This is your chance to make up for it
>He unironically says about unregulated buttcoins while most of the cryptotard coins crash and burn or are rug pulls
Retards are best put in the ground and not heard.
This would actaully make great entertainment value. I'd pay to watch this live on stream.
NFTs are dead meme. Should have jumped onto deep learning bandwagon. Source: https://trends.google.com/trends/explore?date=today%205-y&q=NFT&hl=en
How can people still think like this when the cryoto ponzi has collapsed in just a few short months?
>Imagine trying to 'extract' with an item you discovered worth $100,000 on the chain.
This kind of sounds like some form of gambling
LOVE me some good ol' SHUNGITE in my LA CASA you know
>use cheat engine/hacks/trainer
>purposely snipe out Xxx_SzechuanDragon_xxXs, and Zhang4PooBears
>pick up their 250k items
>get them to come to an agreement to discord for item
>discard the item/le redeem
>jerk off as I hear angry bug noises
I would love this to happen
seems like a dumb question but what exactly would give this hypothetical loot it's $100,000 value?
the invisble hand of the free market of course
unique skins and the like. Definitely not worth $100K though. Some CSGO skins are worth more than $1K, and those are not unique, just very limited in number
>manages to make the game cheat proof enough thanks to blockchain
>game population is 90% cheaters and 10% innocent souls
>but because there's money into it, it attracts a lot of cheat makers
>the players scene gets some rest during the time hackers build tool to make bots and hacks for DROPTHING
>suddenly a breakthrough, the hackers found an incredible way of fucking up the blockchain
>born here, the hack method spreads to the cryptoworld
can't wait for some saudi oil sheik's brat getting fucked over by a ganksquad of wall hacking filipinos
Did you guys know McDonald's Monopoly was 100% rigged?
For six years literally every single major prize was won by one dude who happened to be chief of security at the third party company that administered the game. He wasn't quite retarded enough to cash in every prize himself so he just gave winning pieces to friends and family, and once a $1 million prize anonymously to St Jude's Hospital
He stole $24 million in total
yeah I watched the youtube vid too
>Did you guys know McDonald's Monopoly was 100% rigged?
Yes, and the dude doing it was based for sticking it to McDonalds.
>a friend I know claims to have millions in cryto
>won't join me and other friends for pizza because it's "expensive"
>won't move out of his tiny flat
>didn't buy Hogwarts Legacy because whatever stupid reason he made when it's clear he's fucking broke from crypto
What's the point of owning millions in monopoly money?
well exhanging crypto for fiat is a taxable event and puts you square in the crosshairs of the collections agencies. that's for shit like cars, boats, houses though - your friend is a lying broke bitch who can't afford a pizza lel
Congratulations. You've just discovered the difference between net worth and actual cash.
Of course a gay who's income comes from streaming would want game devs to make shit that makes his job more lucrative. I hope he goes broke instead.
>tfw a 7 year old bwats you in Kirby Hustle Rush taking your 700k Bee Kirby skin but his address is already in the spreadsheet
Can anyone explain to me… if I‘d find an item that’s worth 100k and manage to extract, then who‘s gonna pay that much if I want to sell it?
Sounds like a scam.
This could have been us, bros! Why do you hate the future so much!?
As funny as this is, it's pretty ironic how the person advocating for blockchain games has no fucking idea about video games or would have no intention of playing them if one was made. These retards only want to pump and dump while hyping people about how they can "use" the useless pointers
Genuinely thought he was describing some sort of nightmare scenario
I love how nftards go radio silent once this is posted. They dont want to admit it, but this scenario is exactly what they want to push for.
Even disregarding how terrible this sounds, name 1 part of this that couldn't be accomplished with the same centralized server architecture we have been using for the past 3 decades. Steam could do this with inventory items if they wanted. The blockchain legitimately doesn't bring anything new to games.
brainlet here, how are 5 different companies supposed to incorporate the same item(name, assigned values/properties, models/icons) into their games without getting into a gigantic copyright dispute not to mention the logistic nightmare of patching it in one game without breaking it in the others?
You don't need to store all that stuff on the server. Conceptually, you just store the item ID and the owner, and let all 5 games access that. The only thing they need to agree on is which ID points to which item. Then stuff like, how much power the Orb of Brilliance generates in Spacefield vs how much bonus damage it gives when used on your staff in The Elder Chains is stuff that is handled by the game locally, they can all be patched independently of each other. It would work the exact same way with NFTs.
Now if you're asking how 5 companies would agree on this, legally and otherwise, yes, it's extremely unlikely, which is exactly why it hasn't happened yet. Blockchain really doesn't change any of this.
>a 5% chance is low
Always makes me laugh. It's obvious this guy has never played and RPG, much less an MMO in his entire life.
>Only 4 in existence
Meanwhile Slimes in DQ8 have a 1/32 chance of dropping a medicinal herb, the weakest healing item in the game
It's a raid boss though. Presumably it's on a several day respawn timer.
Either that boss can only be killed by a single player or group of players once every few days, which is terrible design, or any number of players can kill it one time each in that period, in which case you'll easily still see hundreds of total kills a day in an MMO setting, leading to the item being close to worthless.
Either way it's shit.
As likely as it is that the guy just doesn't know shit about video games, I always prefer the implication that merely challenging this endgame super challenging raid in an already pay to win game costs several thousand dollars a ticket, and even if you've paid enough money to buy high enough level gear to win in the fight, it's still a 1/20 chance to even get a reward, after you paid several thousand per member of your party.
These guys must be some broke ass mother fuckers in OSRC to need to spend their entire guild bank on some red dhide
Just gamble in an online casino like everybody else.
Pokers is a good way to start.
I don't understand why make it so roundabout.
who decides what an item is worth?
if noone buys it, how can you say it's 'worth' anything?
It just is ok
oh ok my mistake
the invisble hand of the free market decides the worth
This game just sounds like it's going to create a tax nightmare for the devs and the players.
Is picking up an item worth $250k a taxable event? When does it "become" yours?
Wouldn't touch this shit with a 10000 foot pole.
>Is picking up an item worth $250k a taxable event? When does it "become" yours?
When you sell it because that's how capital gains tax works? You know, the same way we do with buying paintings, non-wasting chattel, stocks, ect.
Please tell me you don't think that's actually a serious problem?
>When you sell it because that's how capital gains tax works?
You have to pay taxes on the car you won, dumbass.
can't wait to code python mouse api scripts to sell to stupid fucking losers that eat these games up.
why would an american care about 250k? you live in a rich country and 250k is nothing for you while it's a life-changing amount for a commie chang.
NFTs just sounds like a fancy name for a loot distribution system. Like what is the functional difference between NFT collectables in games and existing server side inventories that have tradable items? Like you could call items in diablo 2 NFTs and functionally they are no different to a diablo clone where drops actually are NFTs.
They exist on a blockchain as pointers to the actual item, so the computation is way more expensive and people can pretend that they are special for some reason. NFTbros pretend that because the thing exists on a blockchain that the thing is community managed, but in truth the whole thing is entirely dependent on the entity hosting the thing the blockchain thing is pointing to.
>enter Xxx_ChangChinagamerHD_xxX, his discount sweatshop microphone barely able to output anything more than noise
>NICE GOIN AMERIKAN FAGOT NUB I RAPE YOUR MUTHA
>OOO WAS DIS BORE APE NFT WOOOOT TO FIFTI TAUSEND AMERIKAN DOLLA WOOOW HAHA TENKS AMERIKAN I RAPE UR MOTHA I RAPE UR SISTAH
>SEE YU AMERIKAN 9/11 GOOD TIME
I would unironically pay to watch this stream. First time Disrespect is right in that its the next stage of entertaining.
>a fat American fuck with his diabetic feet already chopped
>needs 200k to save his daughter from a brain tumor
>no free healthcare while also wasting half of his salary on taxes that go to garden gnomekraine
>any kind of life saving treatment escapes his salary, on top of being shit quality
>hears about a game that PAYS FOR PLAYING, YOU CAN LOOT 200K ITEMS
>he goes hardcore on it
>the % is low but there is chance
>after 2000 matches he finally see the bored monkey NFT
>some kind of white noise from a cheap mic that resembles a human voice
>NICE GOIN AMERIKAN FAGOT NUB I RAPE (...)
why would you watch the stream for something that has 0.00001% of happening
just watch it on youtube afterwards if it happens
I dont get it, what exactly gives that thing its price?
It's value is determined by people willing to buy it.
artificial scarcity. People already pay upwards of $50 for skins they wont use for more than a month
so he is describing this movie?
crypto is just another math puzzle, it will be hacked eventually
hell theres already news of crypto people who scammed people and took of with the money
crypto is is no dif then any other security on the planet, if banks can be hacked so can crypto, it only takes time and effort
>hell theres already news of crypto people who scammed people and took of with the money
That's been happening since crypto even started
yes that's why i said "already news"
are you still in school? you don't know how to ready English?
news implies it's new
it has been happening for many years
maybe go to school, kid
It cant actually be hacked. What its hacked are companies with centralized systems. And defi shit.
It would literally take the energy output of the sun for a trillion years to "hack" btc. And the tech advances so much you can actually crack it, the chain would just ugprade to use that same tech for encryption. You should have bought chainlink bro when we told you and sold at +30usd, No amount of crying will change that.
You had the chance. Then you had the chance to mine with your gpu (my current 3080 and 3070 paid themselves mining withing 6 months). So while you were complaining about the prices of gpus, that only meant free gpus for me.
>Cryptomining is over? finally you can get a cheap gpu?
NO! Now the AI fade started. We beern in Ganker fooling with that shit for almost 2 years now. You could have made a lot of money with it, with the jumpstart we have. Hell, you can still can. But no, you will spend the next 2 years complaining about AI and the prices of gpus.
Pc gaming used to be for tech savvy people. Then it became dumbified and consolised so people like you could enter. And now its back for tech savvy people. If you arent tech savvy, you cant profit from new techs and you cant buy a 3000 usd pc. Meanwhile, we get them for free.
>It cant actually be hacked. What its hacked are companies with centralized systems
So just like real money? You're not hacking the coins either mate.
Yes, thats what I said. Some companies just like normal companies got hacked. BTC and decent POW crypto cant be hacked.
If someone manages to crack 256bits encryption then the last of your issues would be the price of btc. It would be airports, security, military bases, banks, everything.
"what if they hack btc" is jsut a fantasy from sore loser trannies.
bruh is forgetting that both the US and Canadian government have already closed wallets and clawed back assets forcefully from people multiple times in the past 5 years.. but no, here, listen, do you want to buy a KewlApe for, uh.. let's just say $100,000,000USD you can xfer the btc to me 2nite and ill promise you will be richer than a mfer could dream :~)
Is this that guy that cheated on his wife and cried on a live stream about it?
for me it's some kind of Planetside 2 fps with a huge map and hundreds of players fighting. No more streamer bait
Do NFT shills know about CSGO skins?
Seems like that's the ideal world for them, or at least CSGO betting circa 2015ish was.
The moment real money gets involved in gaming you end up with a bunch of third worlders tryharding like wild dogs fighting for a scrap of meat.
I grantee you that will be no fucking fun at all.
Why would they need to try when they can just cheat?
I was assuming a perfect scenario where "le blockchain" completely prevents people from cheating somehow.
Basically even IF this works in a perfect as-intended scenario you will get in matches with filipinos playing as if their life depended on winning because it literally does.
Does that sound like a good time?
lmao imagine the butthurt because people will be cheating
Why are we all pretending that the item is going to even have any value?
What kind of retard does this?
Ah yes, the $100k in-game item from a shitty game where all you do is try to dig up items.
Valued at $100k because..................... it just is.
$250k would justify me sitting at spawn camping 16 hours a day all year every day
NFTs are a complete scam and I have no clue how people are falling for this shit.
This is the same language that essential oil peddlers use to scam soccer moms.
>imagine playing the lottery
>>NICE GOIN AMERIKAN FAGOT NUB I RAPE YOUR MUTHA
>>OOO WAS DIS BORE APE NFT WOOOOT TO FIFTI TAUSEND AMERIKAN DOLLA WOOOW HAHA TENKS AMERIKAN I RAPE UR MOTHA I RAPE UR SISTAH
>>SEE YU AMERIKAN 9/11 GOOD TIME
have you even played against chinks? none of them can speak english, not even broken english. you will get mandarin/cantonese written in latin
remember when that dumbass seth green got his ape stolen
Now imagine how excited and entertained you'd be if you place a $100,000 bet on the superbowl!
Woah! The adrenaline!
Now imagine how exciting it would be if Fortnite had a real money casino and you stole your parents' rent money and put it all on red!
>we MUST transform every waking second of your life into a hustle, why are you against it, don’t you like money?
It’s literally over for zoomers once the older gens die off
Why not just make a normal game? Like when was the last time a streamer/youtuber made a game that was actually worth a shit?
oi cunt yer using it wrong
what a wanka
I just find it funny how there are still retards trying to push NFTs. I'm looking forward to Square's next blunder.
what can nft realistically do that a normal server can't? It's decentralized but the games still need to be built with the ability to use nfts from other games, so what happens if the only games where you can use an nft all shut down?
nfts add nothing to games
the only actually viable NFT game on the horizon is Symbiogenesis from SE
>Everything is worth what its purchaser will pay for it.
all of these NFT retards don't realize that you can say it's "worth $100K" but unless anyone's going to buy it, it's worth $0, and who is honestly going to pay $100K for something completely useless other than a giant retard?
HEH, GUESS YOU'LL JUST BE MISSING OUT ON THE BIG MONEY THEN. YOU COULD HAVE BEEN $100,000 RICHER IF YOU DECIDED TO BUY A NUTZAPE AND WAITED A FEW DECADES BUT INSTEAD YOUR RETARDED ASS HAS DECIDED TO HOARD THIS SO-CALLED "REAL MONEY" KEK, FOR SHAME
>going to pay $100K for something completely useless other than a giant retard?
So far I haven't seen a single NFT where people bought thing because it has some intrinsic value.
All who bought it bought it only with one goal in mind: To sell it for more. No value was created. It's basically a hot potato becoming rapidly hotter and you have to throw it to someone else before you burn.
That's why they use such manipulative language, to bait you into buying it so you will be the idiot, not them.
In reality the only one who makes money in those NFT scams is the one that makes the game. It goes pump and dump really fast.
>So far I haven't seen a single NFT where people bought thing because it has some intrinsic value.
When they first came out, tons of celebrities bought an NFT for thousands only for it to be reduced to pennies and I'm sure alot of random joe schmoes fell for it too.
>When they first came out, tons of celebrities bought an NFT for thousands
They didn't buy, they were gifted NFTs to make twitter posts.
A very clever marketing campaign to manipulate retards into buying them because "Uuuh justing bieber and eminem bought that monkey that means its worth it!!!"
Except those celebs didn't pay shit.
Ah that makes sense, reminds of the CSGO and card gambling sites where they would give the high viewcount streamers an account with fake money to gamble with in order to bait other people into doing it aswell.
Except here the celeb profits from it because not only his ape is free, his own shill posts will also buff the value of that ape.
Not that it worked out of course in the long run but you get the idea.
Is this gay does is complain, and he never takes accountability, so I'm surprised anyone actually gives a shit about anything he has to say.
Anyway, the whole "It's worth $100k; imagine the excitement!" is flawed. Something is only worth and much as people are willing to pay for it, and we've quickly found out that outside of a few morons trying to get rich quick off ponzi schemes and people literally money laundering, no one actually thinks NFTs are worth shit. You'll be lucky to extract stuff that you someone would want for free. Just ask Ubisoft.
>find item "worth $100,000" on "the chain"
ok how do i cash out? the bank? do i take my NFT fortnite skin to the bank?
>ok how do i cash out? the bank? do i take my NFT fortnite skin to the bank?
do your own homework chud, I'm not gonna spoonfeed you
So basically like this
>NFT scammer gaslighting people who are telling the truth
an absolute nightmare against cheaters. We're still 4-6 years away from completely eliminating cheaters/hackers. That Microsoft embedded
security chip (forgot name) in the new gen CPU's will be used soon as a fool-proof hardware ban in competitive games.
>That Microsoft embedded
security chip (forgot name) in the new gen CPU's will be used soon as a fool-proof hardware ban in competitive games.
if that chip is just being added that would mean we're over a decade away from using it to ban cheaters. and then they can just buy a new CPU and keep cheating any way. there's only one actual solution to cheating and it's real life ID. you have to ID yourself with your real name, face, number on your fucking passport, whatever it takes to make sure you what the devs have is in fact the data of a real person which they can then subsequently ban from their game for cheating.
You wonder how anyone falls for these obvious scams but if you watch the Logan Paul vid by Coffeezilla, tons of retarded boomers with $100k+ in savings fall for these scams thinking that it couldn't happen to them.
>if you watch the Logan Paul vid by Coffeezilla
Nice reaction image chud but you will never be a woman no matter how many e-girl twitch streams you watch.
>I'm excited for a game where you can gain 100k if lucky
I have never cheated in my life in an online game and even I eould consider it just for a shot for such an item.
Surely this retard lives like a king off all his zoomer donators sending him their parents money
Why blow your credibility on a fucking monkey jpeg scam?
Why does anyone at all have any kind of unironic faith in ANYTHING NFT related? Has he been living under a rock for the last few years? How deluded does he have to be to think the millions upon millions of members of the public are going to swing around and start loving NFTs? How the fuck are these things still being artificially kept into relevance?
It's the same reason why Star Citizen is getting away with selling jpegs of spaceships. Retards with life savings who don't know wny better thinking that they found a goldmine.
at least you can physically interact with those in a game world and destroy free players what can you do with jpegs of apes?
>that item is worth 250 thousand dollars in game, and its now in my hands...
sounds hilarious and fun and if you dont think so you're a lying gay.
Isn't it pretty much squid games online? Also he's late to NFT party.
it sounds more like tarkov with NFTs. im curious to see how the IRS and FTC buttfuck him for trying to get children to play with things that have direct monetary value. Then again Logan Paul has been doing this shit for years and it seems very evident the government is too fucking stupid to figure out how crypto and NFTs even work
been doing it for over a decade now
>make millions playing shitty br games
>make millions more in exclusivity deal
>continue making millions playing shitty br games
>but thats not enough, its not enough that i manipulate little kids into giving me mommys money, i need to actively con them too
>washed up gay is too bad at games to win tournaments anymore he has to rely on luck based ego boosts
>no one pointing out that it is
Ganker is literally retarded
next you'll say you were only pretending to be retarded.
Think youi mean OP but yeah. Absolutely silly that people don't know it's magnus opum. Magnum is the name of a gun.
i think it's delightful that in an era where the correct answer is one click away there are still morons making a fool of themselves constantly. Thanks for the laughs anon.
>play Dr Disrespect's
I can't wait for the first footage of a hacker spinbotting some retard and taking all his bored ape jpgs
>extraction type game
>riddled with cheaters and people trying to rig it so that groups farm money and work together
There is no way this can be exploited unfairly.
Why would the item be worth 100k of real money?
Because it's "one of a kind"!
>immediately creates 5000 more that are identical except each one has a different particle effect made from a combination of color, brightness, density, and particle effect shape
Ok, who even caaaares that your ultimate super mega cape with lime green low density dim star sparkles is functionally identical to joebob's ultimate super mega cape with tangerine high density medium brightness triangle shimmers, they're ONE OF A KIND, the value will NEVER DROP!
The only possible way it would be is if the item does something in the game, and the game is a P2W hellscape where you have to invest thousands of dollars to stand a chance. Every time someone tries to hype up NFTs in games it's just the worst thing you can imagine, really the only analogy is the original MTG rules where winning a game meant you could permanently take one of your opponent's cards. No one actually played that way and the rule got removed almost immediately because the idea is complete cancer.
All NFT games are scams. All "play to earn" games are scams to take advantage of SEAmorons. Dr. gay is scamming everyone.
Also all other NFTs and cryptocurrency as a concept
I remember one MMO that paid players who hosted servers steam items for the MMO
How would I turn that into money? Who'll give me $100k in cash for some shitty in-game item?
Someone who thinks they can sell it later for more. NFTs are basically high stakes Hot Potato, and eventually someone is getting left with a worthless spud.
You won't. What these places do is make a "super ultra rare charizard pikachu" spawn in a game with only paid shill streamers and the streamer's friends in it. The streamer "wins" the "$100k" item. The company that makes the game buys the asset from the streamer for the fake price.
The market price is now set and retards will pay $10k+ for literally nothing because it's a ~~*deal*~~.
That or someone with multiple accounts or a small group trades an item to each other for increasing amounts to build it's value, then pass it off to a sucker who thinks they can keep riding that "value" and fuck off with the money to do it to someone else later.
God, looking at the chimps going on and on about this shit in the replies to that thread makes me hope for a swift end to the human race.
imagine trying to 'extract' my dick from your moms ass. think about the entertainment value as a viewer let alone player. a new pvp experience is upon us...
a game where you could make that much money from playing would either be filled with bots/third world gold farmers or require a significant amount of money to even start. possibly both.
I've still yet to see a good reason why or how devs would code 10000 NFTs into their game that were bought or earned in other games
Retards have no idea how anything works. I'm not even directing this at the streamer gay, he obviously just wants a get rich quick scheme to dump on bag holding retards. I'm talking about the retards that defend this. Organized crime would be over this like Tyrone over your overweight, geriatric mother, if you can actually get rich quick. Hackers are the least of your worries, there would literally be deaths, and kidnappings over this if the payout is high enough. God knows people killed for far less, and cheat and hack for literally nothing. People in Africa and Asia risk their lives for like $5k, to them $50k is fuck you I'm set for life money. There's nothing they would stop at to make it. I'd love to see a retard reddiot advertise his rare find, then end up kidnapped the next day.
IT'S STORED ON THE BLOCKCHAIN
THIS IS THE FUTURE