Vine Founder Gets Ready to Make NFT Video Games 1
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Founded within Twitter in 2013 and “ short image”, Vine was once very popular all over the world. Afterwards, he could not agree with the content producers within his body and left them. lost in the dusty pages of historyVine’s seat is occupied by Instagram and TikTok these days.

Dom Hoffman, who came up with the idea of ​​Vine and can be called the founder of Vine, announced that he is working on a new project. But this project is a little different from the previous ones.

NFT video games

Vine Founder Gets Ready to Make NFT Video Games 2

Hoffman, using Blockchain technology NFTs is planning to make video games. Pacman

Hoffman, who plans to produce NFT cartridges for classic games such as and Asteroid, plans to run these cartridges and make them playable through a software to be installed on the computer.

Supdrive for the Blockchain game console. On Discord channel, explaining that these game cartridges will be sold as NFT and “ finite number” will be produced. Although the founder of Vine initially plans to sell cartridges for known games, in the long run it will only be console specific said that he wanted to produce games and that he had started the necessary studies in this regard.

Hoffman also divided the owners of this Blockchain console into cadres, just like in Pokemon games. The reason for the formation of these groups consisting of red, green and blue colors is different. Users in each squad can play games on their NFT cartridges. will play in different states and will try to earn points for their squad. Users who have already joined different teams are on Reddit. they have already started to talk to each other.

When the games will be released, how many will be sold and their prices are currently unknown.

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