Square Enix Jumps into the world of NFT and Blockchain Gaming.
Square Enix joins other gaming companies in the race to conquer the uncharted territories of NFT and blockchain gaming. Several other formidable gaming names like Sega, EA, and Ubisoft are also weighing on NFT’s and blockchain gaming.
However, this isn’t the first time Square Enix, the creators of Final Fantasy, got into NFT’s. It recently worked with a blockchain company known as Double Jump Tokyo. The collaborative project was aimed at creating a series of digital assets for its Million Arthur franchise.
The project was a success as Million Arthur NFT got sold out since its launch on October 14th. The success of Million Arthur NFT shows that NFT gaming is making a transition from the conceptual phase to the implementation phase.
Square Enix shared more insights on Million Arthur NFT’s during its recent financial presentation, “a proof of concept for establishing what synergies we can derive by combining NFT’s with our business assets,” further adds “NFT’s have high affinity with our assets,” and that the “proof of concept phase is over.”
Square Enix further added after the success of its NFT venture that it “will transition to full commercialization stage.” This means that we will definitely see more from Square Enix on NFT related offers in and outside of the games.
NFT’s work in a unique way; a digital asset with a unique certificate. When an NFT is tokenized it gets a unique certificate that cannot be duplicated. This makes the owner sell it at a later date with all its records and authenticity.
Despite the massive popularity of blockchain and NFT’s, uncertainty and negative publicity still exist. Moreover, blockchain technology’s impact on the environment is also one of the biggest criticisms after scams.