Good job, internet. You suppressed NFTs from the main games

Seth Green’s monkey was returned. Praise the Lord. (Photo by Seth Green)

The internet is a whirlwind of conversations, even a brief exposure can make you all just shut up, but does any of it matter? Does the chorus of social media critics really? to do something? This is the biggest insecurity of the internet. Self-aware social media users diagnose each other with poster disease (opens in new tab) and sarcastically cheer “we did it, Reddit” to express that no, posting to the web didn’t save the day.

Are publishers backing away from NFTs because they don’t see value in them, or because they’re mercilessly mocked online every time they talk about them?

Internet trolls have certainly been the cause few things, however, good and bad. The furore over loot boxes was at least partly responsible for attracting the attention of politicians, leading to the continued decline of the practice today. We made them change an ugly Sonic movie to a boring Sonic movie. It is also interesting where the absence of the Internet crowd was felt. If CS:GO keys and the Steam Community Market met the kind of resistance that Valve saw when it tried to add paid mods to Steam, how would things be different today?

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