In this week’s newsletter, read about how a science fiction comic book uses nonfungible tokens (NFTs) to make the reading experience more interactive and how Web3 musicians view NFTs. Check out how big names like Bandai Namco, Sega and Square Enix are eyeing blockchain gaming. In other news, find out how a metaverse-focused fir- integrated NFTs within Minecraft despite its ban on NFTs. And, don’t forget this week’s Nifty News featuring the first metaverse wedding at The Sandbox.
Sci-Fi NFT comic book project lays the foundation for CCG development
An NFT comic book project created by former game developers is working to bring their vision of a GameFi comic book series to life. Speaking with Cointelegraph, Dušan Žica, CEO and chief operating officer of 2142, described the comic’s premise as an artificial intelligence battle in 2142 AD, right after the last Bitcoin (BTC) is mined and Satoshi Nakamoto’s dormant wallet wakes up.
Within the project, users can mint, collect and compile pages of the comic book series and participate in a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) that decides the direction of the story.
Web3 is creating a new genre of NFT-driven music
One of the most hyped use cases for NFTs is music. Because of this, Cointelegraph spoke with various creators within the NFT music space to ask what comes first — the music or the desire to create music NFTs.
Reveel CEO Adrien Stern described music NFTs as an “anti-genre,” as it promotes diversity and freedom, while NFT musician Thomas Pipolo said that NFTs are a tool to sell the product. Meanwhile, Jeremy Fall, who founded a Web3 record label, said that it’s not about the hype but about utilizing the technology.
Bandai Namco, SEGA among gaming giants eyeing blockchain gaming
Gaming giants Bandai Namco, Sega and Square Enix have been looking at blockchain gaming, according to Ryo Matsubara, representative director of Oasys. In a Cointelegraph interview at the 2022 Tokyo Games Show, Matsubara said that…