NFT is ‘A Financial Scam’, says Indie Marketplace’s

Fuck NFTs

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While some publishers like Ubisoft pushes right ahead with NFTsregardless of how their employees feel about it and others like EA Get ready to break through the fada video game marketplace has launched and made one of the most welcome statements I have yet to see in the industry.

Posting over the weekend,, the global marketplace for indie games, says that “Some people have asked about our stance on the NFT” and elaborates further with:

Several people have asked about our views on the NFT:

NFT is a scam. If you think they’re legitimately useful for anything other than the creator abuse, financial fraud, and planet destruction we claim, please reevaluate your life choices. friend.


Right. It is clear that we do not need to pay attention to this, because NFTS We cheat. It’s not a belief or a hypothesis, it’s really the foundation they’re built on and the whole thing is going on exactly as a textbook of scams would say.

It’s not over yet! This is a video game and we are living in the end-stage decline of capitalism, and so, because a quick buck is needed before things go awry, there are companies — many of them maintain a financial facade ability to respect and employ thousands of people worldwide — people who don’t care about the obvious economic and ethical issues that are clearly displayed in the crypto space and jump into making money fast that fast regardless.

Of course, you could argue that says this very easily, as the site is all about publishing small indie games and almost no business is lost if it takes this stance. . I would then argue that if you or your company is more concerned with your short-term profits than multiple failures in the NFT space, it’s enough to prioritize the former than the latter, then you can go fuck yourself. NFT is ‘A Financial Scam’, says Indie Marketplace’s

James Brien

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