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    Mint One Podcast, Episode 27: Your Questions Answered 2

    "The crypto industry is new enough that there are few experts and many take advantage of that gap by plugging themselves into it. John and I are humble armchair cryptopians, but it's our career and our passion, so hopefully, we can bring some valuable insight."

    Crypto is new enough that many discussions are untrodden snow, which makes for excellent, in-depth conversations. After the success of the first “listener questions” episode, we decided to have a sequel. Token Gamer and NFT Insider have decided to combine forces to launch a weekly podcast, Mint One (formerly WAX Lyrical). John Nichols of NFT Insider and I will discuss a new topic every week, as well as feature special guests. If there’s a topic you’d like us to cover, make sure you let us know through the Token Gamer Discord or Twitter, or the NFT Insider Discord or Twitter. In the last episode, John and I discussed whether art-based NFTs are dying, as the mainstream media suggests. This week, we reach back into the digital mailbag and pull out some listener questions.

    Episode 27: Your Questions Answered 2

    When we put on our first listeners’ questions episode, we got some questions so deep, complicated, and profound, that we were rendered almost useless. The crypto industry is new enough that there are few experts and many take advantage of that gap by plugging themselves into it. John and I are humble armchair cryptopians, but it’s our career and our passion, so hopefully, we can bring some valuable insight. For this episode, we had some excellent questions. Rather than rehash some of what we said in the podcast, I’ll list the questions we tackle:
    • “Are you worried that the FOMO and pursuit of money is spawning a league of underdeveloped, rushed to market unfinished titles with awful game play which ultimately is slowing down and hurting any mainstream adoption from users as well as publishers. Will a long bear market coupled with companies being liquidated help with this leaving only strong contenders?”
    • “Are clickers a necessary evil on the road to real games? Or do they hurt the image of blockchain gaming more than they help?”
    • Will Atomic Hub produce a platform similar to Solana’s Fractal, but for WAX? [Paraphrased]
    • “What are your thoughts on the current structure where these developers are receiving funding from retail from just proof of concept docs and art. Is it good to have retail involved even if rug pulls and liquidation means a loss of trust or should we move more towards the standard publishing structure where NFT’s and in-game purchases start upon final game release. An example of a completed title might be The Sandbox.”
    • “How can blockchain games stay relevant after a hyped launch?”
    • “Do you think the industry would be better placed to have all games running on a single chain rather than dispersed over sol, wax, eth etc.? and that the difficulty of moving coins to different wallets for various games will put off less crypto involved players”
    • “What’s been your favorite episode/moment/discussion topic of the podcast so far and why?”
    We’d like to ask that if you listen to us on Apple Podcasts and/or Spotify that you rate us five stars and leave us a review if you enjoy Mint One. This helps both our podcast and the blockchain gaming ecosystem as a whole! To listen to Mint One, you can find us on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and Google Podcasts.
    Robert Baggs
    Robert Baggs
    Full-time professional crypto writer and Editor of Token Gamer. Obsessed with MMOs. London based. Primary holdings: WAXP & ENJ. Secondary holdings: ETH & GALA.

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