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Anna Tutova
CEO at Coinstelegram
Punk Apestrong
NFT.Family
Max Stöckl
Co-Founder & CEO at Dogami
Shea Newkirk
Instructor at CryptoStache.com
Tracy Leparulo
CEO at Untraceable
Alan Carr
Game and Systems Designer at Dapper Labs

Anna Tutova is CEO of Coinstelegram, crypto-media group and consulting agency, and advisor at PolkaVentures Fund. Anna holds a degree of Master of international law. She is an expert in public relations and business development. Additionally Anna is an Experts Council member at G.World, the first Arabic platform that focuses on alternative investments analysis in the MENA region for HNWI/UHNWI.

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Max is co-founder & CEO of Dogami, a joyful play-to-earn game. He is a passionate gamer, and knows all too well the pain points that traditional gaming offers. He wants to push the envelope by leveraging and converging NFTs, DeFi & decentralization.

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Shea Newkirk is an entrepreneur with over 15 years of experience in the tech and design industries, focusing on creating truly unique & engaging experiences. Shea is currently the CEO of design & development agency LBWD, specializing in custom web & e-commerce solutions. Also known as ‘Stache in the cryptocurrency world, Shea is the content creator behind the popular online cryptocurrency news & education resource CryptoStache.com. Covering a wide variety of cryptocurrency topics across multiple media formats from the basics to more complex subjects with a focus on gaming, NFT’s, fundamentals, and technical instruction. Shea is co-host of the BitActive cryptocurrency community that meets monthly & holds regular in-person Bitcoin beginners classes locally. In addition, Shea has also been a speaker and moderator at several crypto focused events & conferences.

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Zytara's platform is built to merge traditional banking systems with new age digital assets such as cryptocurrencies and NFTs. Anyone looking to get to know this new tech world and see how it can help them evolve their business, can turn to Zytara for all the guidance and integration they need. The team is composed of experts in both the traditional finance field and modern tech field, who come together to merge the benefits of both sides. By working hand-in-hand, the Zytara team has created a seamless integration system for newcomers in the space, or those who are looking to upgrade to something new. NFTs are something that Zytara specializes in. Zytara helps big brands create and incorporated non-fungible tokens to accelerate customer engagement in a unique and trendy way. Anything from collectibles, in-game skins, giveaways, and digital art can now be made into an NFT, and will be the new way keep your brand current and prevailing.

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flat. So All the speakers to introduce themselves on. What exactly do you do? And so let's start with Tracy. Sure, everyone. I'm Tracy. I'm here in Toronto. Canada are going to bowling crypto in 2012. Very fortunate cuz it's tearing him. Start out of trono. So is very early on in the team running. Some of the largest conferences here in Canada. We run our calories in a scrambled eggs is very early and called waterloo's or cryptokitties launch. So excited last year and then I've been working

for the tar. And so we do is we help a lot of companies last year and it to you. So I most recently I was on stage with Floyd Mayweather. The Bitcoin conference, we lost is a Nifty and I'm really excited for this panel. And just to hear whatever has to stay. Going to continue startup based in the Paris Roofing working on the project now since January. And we're basically building now to pet the worst, we can engage with your dog Avatar in open world and people can be a z t e represented by the dog. And engaging different experiences like mini game single player

multiplayer tivities, what kind of project now since beginning of the year with an experienced co-founding team, lucky enough to have a few very strong partner, some very beginning of the paper going home in boxing down the Suns. Looking forward to discuss nfcu and gaming today. I can jump in next time. Yes. I'm Alan at Dapper labs and helped helped launch NBA Top Shot after helping to run cryptokitties for a couple of years. Starting in when I joined the team in 2018. I got into crypto because of entities and because of crypto kitties

and was lucky enough to be able to join the team and help run cryptokitties. How can I watch the first blockchain battle royale with cheese, which could be said to be one of the first player to earn games in a sense. We learned a lot from that and and yeah, I've been hard at work on NBA Top Shot. I'm trying to bring this world event of teething in a fuse to the masses and and trying to find ways to kill the people who may not even be aware that they're getting involved in crypto at all. That's been a fun and exciting Journey for us. I am jumping in

next, and then we'll have a part Punk extra. He can leave the package at the end. So I, my name is stash or crypto stash. I've been content creator and his face since 2017, since 2013. And, you know, I just would like to be helpful. Be able to put out content that people can easily understand. And as approachable to everybody out there. I got into nfcu in 2017, actually, covering cryptokitties. I'd kind of seen a couple of project before that, but if nothing had really piqued my interest until then, and that was really one of those big in a moment more than

we can be doing with this. And I immediately jumped in. I was actually the first YouTuber to create their own in Ft individual. I did that with engine into in the beginning, 2018, and has been creating content around in a tease and blockchain gaming since then. And one of the premiere of the blockchain, NFC gaming streamers on YouTube in French. Nice. Hey, can you guys Hear Me by chance? I'm having technical difficulties with OBS and stuff. I might need to do a hangout session with you crypto.

Stash to get punk. A strong working. Again. I don't know. I know you use OBS all the time, but strong here, the chairman of the board for boring Stone, happy to be here. I love, I love boring. So I was I, I feel like I was on the covered just not too recently and go. And yeah, yeah, those stash made the cover of boring Stone. It was pretty epic. Drop for those who missed it. Basically, it was the blockchain booth community and some friends got together to to basically do a drop that was trying to

combine a bunch of NST families together and create a fun drop for the community and do a little bit of Sapphire. Have some fun and see if we could create some some more Community engagement with blockchain and booze in it. It took on a life of its own. Amazing. Anna. Author of Anna might be. Well, I can jump in and have some of the questions of Runnemede. Has been extraordinary. All that is a star Crystal stash. I mean, I think the main driver when it comes down to aunties and in kind of their utility is that it's entertainment focused, you know, cryptocurrency is grated very

financially focused. Let me introduce myself. My name is on the Savannah & Co of coins Telegram. I think there might be a major delay issue, Anna. If you can. Maybe do a quick refresh or you might be there now. How far did Mount Saint St. Defy projects in companies Publications in media into Financial business, trip to Media, picture of medial, Robert influencers, YouTube, Peter, and his social media. So, let's start with our first question. We just any piece and

blockchain gaming have investments in extraordinary, Grossinger both users and Williams in recent months. And what are the main driver of this Coast? So let's start with Tracy. Honestly, someone supposed to Nam your growth is happening right now and all, I see every different way. The obvious ones are some of the big brands are coming to it. Obviously was an MBA, to see Steph Curry like changing his profile picture to board a book. It's going to get that attention. I remember bead

in Australia for the Eastern developer conference when Engine was there and talk to me but like their ears c1155 protocol and I think that actually made the whole game in space, get a little bit bigger in the sense that you can put fungible and not fungible together. Some of the other things that I think it's just like covid-19 hit everyone became indoors. Metaverse started going crazy. So I think that was a big factor in it and just just the open-source technology is out there. So it's it's it's a boom in every way and if she does, that's come gaming, obviously

is the pivotal kind of Tipping Point. They were just made this mainstream. If I can jump in the ass, I totally agree with all of that. And what's what's been interesting is like I feel like a lot of us to start with say crypto kitties are some of the early end of season 20-17, really understood like the appeal of these digital objects in these digital Collectibles and and their potential to beginning assets and all the different potentials a 10ft. And if he's had and at the same time, we also

understood sort of the kind of really difficult process of getting people on board it in the crypto in general even at that time. And then when you wanted them to get involved in some of the craziness that that you have to do, to make just simple transactions, work on, on this area. At the time, it was, it was pretty difficult. And so you mentioned engine and you mention working with wax before and all of these different protocols coming online. And all of the, all of the Japs are finding a lot more approachable ways for people to be able to just show up. And in a lot of cases. All

you need is a username and password and you can get started with an appease and then really work your way down the rabbit hole at your own face. And I think that combined with all those other factors that you mentioned are really driving. This is gross and it's it's huge accessibility into something that just clearly connects with so many people and has so much potential. Once you start understanding what it is that you're dealing with and then I know you got cut off a little bit there. Yeah, I no worries. Yeah, I mean, like I said, I

just started she won't get up here. I mean play to learn gaming. Lynette season game in recess until, you know, launched with XE for me. I mean, the transaction volumes is either it's crazy and I think it's largely driven by economic incentive, it goes, and if he's into those mechanisms offer, same with that one, for example, of the trading resources, for 100k more, It doesn't look to gain just like in rest of the world and that makes it super attractive from you. Use us to get on board that thing that I don't think it's going to. Be

the only driver in the long run Avengers, Infinity war in general and make things more like an attractive people to express themselves. Even build their own legacy around to give me items with what they've experienced in games. That thing is going to be extremely cute. Don't worry about being sorry about being off for a second. Hopefully I fixed my tongue cave, strong puppet. I'll jump in real quick. And I think Alan was, was spot-on with what he said and Anna cuts at the end of what, what you said max, but I think this, this

last, you know, year-and-a-half, two years jumped, our part of the space forward, probably 5 to 10 years, right, baby, you know, the fact that we all basically lived and worked in the metaverse, right? We all stayed home. We all did virtual things like this and zoom meetings for every meeting. Basically meant that that we forced our friends who, who weren't going to adopt this for a while to adopt, and and we got, I think in that sense, we we got a little bit Lucky in in that we got to to LeapFrog into the future.

Pause for dramatic effect into cryptocurrency has been one of the biggest drivers here. You know, it's something that we see, you know, it's a driver for it, for a lost earring in the entertainment industry. And in general, people like to collect things, right? They like to be able to collect of these entertainment, Focus item. And that was kind of old was missing from crypto. You know, what, being a very financially Focus industry, you know, you having a big Bitcoin wallet,

I mean, that for the bottom line, but I mean, it's, it's kind of boring when it comes to like, okay, you can't show it off. I mean, I guess you could, but you look kind of feel like there's my vehicle while looking and I have, you know, what people are doing that with, with their inner peace and they're doing it with their gaming items. I mean, there are there already doing that in the traditional gaming world. And in the traditional collectible World, we've just kind of taking it one step further. I think the people really trying to open their eyes because what kind of teas and

blockchain provide to the existing Industries is really Next Level utility and functionality in particular for gaming, which I've always said since the beginning is going to be the biggest mainstream driver for crypto. And we're just starting to see that referring to see major AAA titles in integrating blockchain. We've seen in a start-up firms and in gaming companies, take away my top talent from other larger established gaming, you know, Studios and so it is it. We're really just starting to the viewing that, but I really do think it's driven by the fact

that you as a demon myself. And as I know lots of the gamers out there, you know, they see you value being able to extract belly. Actually get value back into the only giving and never getting anything back, you know, it has been a very take take relationship. And now we've changed that within a few thin with gaming. Complain to her. And so now we understand this model can work, it will work and it will be the future. Yeah, one 1000%. But I think Anna has a massive delay.

Yeah. So one question that we wanted to cover his understanding how disruptive that we think play. The urn is going to be in terms of The Wider crypto community and Tracy. Did you have any thoughts on how this is going to disrupt crypto? Too. I think she got nervous and I'm not sure how the traditional game industry's take you to it. It seems like there. Now changing a lot of their strategies focused on how do we actually reward people who are dedicated to ask that are in her game and and and spending time here. How late is fex?

The General Cryptor industry. Don't even know what both of them said. They were going to come there. They're here and obviously their their widespread but and gave me the use cases. So obvious and the audience of Gamers there. So, Text Abby in the sense that they're still without a doubt friction in a crypto industry sending that you know, your address your private key and wallet. There's some infection there were Gamers, you know, they can oversee the production and more technology. Obviously making a simpler. I think the ability to not have this asset that you can trade

for other cryptocurrencies for fiat currency. It's just going to take the Krypton issue by storm and obviously people are listening, but it just hasn't hit yet. I don't think. It's a funny thing because you got when you talk about Gamers and what what they've been experiencing for the last, you know, almost 20 years. If not longer than that. These virtual currencies in virtually. No game items have always been a very big part of that. You know, I was playing a Ultima Online in 1998 and selling virtual gold on eBay for a good amount of money, you know, and this is something he

was talking about. You just wasn't blockchain-based. There was no cryptography to his back and you. So gamer the very comfortable with digital currency and digital valuation of items of personal items and more. So than any other demographic out there and to be able to just continue your life to continue these digital assets across different platforms. Is like the revolution. I looked. Stalin most interesting things when I think about play. Learned is, you know, a skunk, a strong was saying play, the urn is not new right there. There have been people making money

off of playing games, like Runescape or you. Take a look at when we launched, right? There was a neighbor's of real play to earn Marketplace again. It wasn't using crypto. So what are the interesting things that we gain when crypto interest equation? And how does that actually interact with this existing crypto ecosystem? And I think it really comes down to the kind of interoperability and the truck listen is, and the fact that people can build on top of each others experiences. And we saw that from the very beginning with crypto kitties, when they like Kitty hats launched and various

other projects that were completely permission list that allowed a cat to own a hat, right? Without Dapper Labs, being involved whatsoever. And I think that we're going to see those sort of interactions happening on a smart contract. Layer, both with permissions between communities, bring communities. None of that Ready Player One Vision where you know completely separate worlds can now interact because they're all on the same protocol and I think that what we're going to see how that affects the crypto space more widely is that scaling is just in a is always been a bit of an issue,

but it's always been kind of like, it's such a big issue. If it cost me $100, but I'm moving a million-dollar, who cares. But now scaling really matters because, you know, not all these gaming assets are worth a million dollars, and then so I think that's the biggest thing is it's going to really push the industry to be super quick with really fast confirmations and really high throughput and you know, looking at all of the impact of that. And I think that's going to push a lot of side chains and additional options and kind of

be emphasized something like Bitcoin. Which can't do all of these interactions. It doesn't have the same smart contract layer at the base case. I fully agree. But I do think that the technological Minneapolis that are there. Currently are going to run into problems, especially when you think it's going to be like, millions of users who want to access the same day at the same time or write back to the doctor in, for example, and I think this is going to disrupt the space a lot. And it's also going to

prepare the space for more, brought our adoption of the auction at the keishin by millions of people. So I think it makes a role in that field and whatever other complications the rest of the industry. Definitely. Nothing coming slow has a double life. Story started to build flow to the small catering to Gamers seeing how much it can be expanded to other use cases, right? Yeah. So we're on crypto kitties and took down the ethereum network with, you know, a very small. Number of people breeding cats, you know, it was kind of a nice activity with a small number of

users and etherium couldn't handle it. And then we try it. Again. We tried our hardest with Battle Royale with cheese. We tried to do that. All on shame. It was a simple rock-paper-scissors Battle Royale game and they couldn't really handle that even though we tried to do it as possible. So we pushed forward with the flow box change. And today I seen data that there are more people owning flow. And at ease than there, are just NBA top shots moments. And there are people here on NFC, use on aetherium, and there's more nfts being supported on Flow than all of the therium is the name,

the one that works. So we're already really pushing for that scaling, and it was built from the ground up, as well. As other networks that are out there, you know, trying to establish a foothold, but we really saw that need. So you scale and its people to have so many people in wrecks. At the same time in order for these experiences to live up to their full potential. And so I'm really excited about everything that we've been able to build so far with slow and all of the new experiences that are coming on for like three monsters and a bunch of other games in NFC him and just very spot

chain projects. I would love to get people's opinion on the other chain, cuz I know I learned so much from crypto stash about wax back in the day. And I've participated on wax on the can propane tanks and all the things. I've done a wax because of you and now, you know Testo's. I spend so much time on tezos to myself and I know that dog going to Max's company is building on pesos in remember seeing something very recently where it was the Tesla swapped chain is doing, you know, like half the number of the transactions that aetherium is

doing right now and it's almost all nft Focus stuff. So, do you guys think you know that the rest of you who are obviously smarter than me, you guys think that the blockchain is that important for the average mainstream NFC, holder, or user, or the user experience, more importance of these things like that? I think right now exist in this moment of time to block James become a conversation, mostly because the environmental Factor the speed of a crypto kitties and we had eats Waterloo or so excited. I posted everywhere in a week or two weeks later. But

November the congestion on the network. And I also work for wax years ago as well. And so walk there. So I left my wax is the founder skins off skins, with traditional skins on the boxing space. He started running in wax and so he has that mindset of how do you make a major in the real world without just the blockchain expertise? So I'm very excited, but walks and I think you're the one who fought for and buy a house is really cool. So I don't see why there can't be more than one but

four game, it specifically, I think they know right now the environmental Factor when I just read Twitter and the blogs are reading with with working with Esports teams like a c, People in the game in space are just trash and if he's in some ways because of environmental factor, which needs to get solved is completely off base, right? In a lot of cases. If you, if you look into it. Most of these newer blockchains are doing some form of a proof of stake specifically to address this blockchain

conundrum and environmental concerns are CTO specifically said, we won't create a proof of work because it is irresponsible to be so so, so for example uses a tiny tiny fraction of the environmental impact of something like a theory on. That was very important. And again, all of these other black jeans. I've seen a lot of a lot of push to help educate people about the low environmental impact. It's unfortunate that a lot of misinformation is out there.

I'll do. You know, some of it is legitimate concern when it when you're talking about some of the Legacy watching that are out there. But I think it's more people realize that actually it takes a lot more energy to send a search to Google. Then it does is send a handful of slow, transactions. For example, you know, that they'll come to realize, okay, maybe maybe that's being overblown. I fully agree. It's a bit of a pity. Go to select song, We Own this place and your brakes because especially for sinew

uses. The coaster is called. Coastal Pines is nfb's mean to Nana face is quite critical on, sweetie is Belle. A lot of Pi put on polygons and different from lunch. And games when they are spending, just hundreds of dollars on transactions are slow. Because of the next question about the secondary Market Santa. I would like to know your opinion on. How do you see s s market and saw how anesthesia used in gaming? We have a lot of experience. Okay, you can come to your own,

anything like that. So in order for the crypto kitties experienced even exist, the team had to create their own Marketplace, which they had a lot of learnings about. And then similarly, we are in the same kind of situation when we launched NBA Top Shot because it was on Flow again. There was not yet a generalized secondary Marketplace brand of TVs on slow. So we had to create our own specialized Marketplace and there's a lot of pros and cons to doing that. You

can really create a specialized experience that understands the special aspects of your end of tease, but the, the big downside, of course, it is. You are restricted to the audience that knows about your nfv. You don't have the same sort of discoverability and also you are responsible for adding all the new features and stuff. And and I think the biggest advantage to Blockchain Tech is the fact that you don't have to build your own Marketplace. Most of the time you can lean on a third-party Marketplace. Whatever is running on on, you know, your black shame that that your enemies

are running on and you get extra discoverability because someone might be there for a game A&C game BS at to be like, what is this? And and as many features get out of here. She's in the marketplace, you get to tap into those without having to build anything on your own. And I think that's incredibly powerful and is just one of those great examples of interoperability that blockchain provides. Central and Madison parks. Me a fully agree with Ellen interoperability of entities. So, taking

nephews from one application to the other is extremely valuable and I think we have to scratch the surface of what you can do. I mean, now you see you a few Bridges and industry, but I'm down the road. I think it's going to be so cool to see that you can, you know, by NF. And participate in the game. If you don't want to play it anymore, you send it to someone else or you take the dynasty to another game. And then play that game. And I think it's extremely powerful and also baseball beneficial for the player because they have ownership of. It

is also beneficial for the publisher because of the Creator because they obviously went in a few changes hands to get transaction fees Genesis in gaming, a hill to stay with, no doubt about that. And they'll be cool because you can actively build them into the game designed and sewed them into the game called Luke's that people have to use them, and maybe a trade with them. And just do two things personally, and scream to polish that. Within five years from now, almost every game will support

and if he's in some shape or form. Impression. I think marketplaces are like so critical. They're popping up everywhere. Some dude, another so I think it's important for the mass adoption of entities because it just can you pay with credit card? Does it accept enough? Is it easy to take off their the marketplace of what a fine with using a few other results like great to have the same thing but it says my wallet on their motivations come in, but it's such an important part

of the ecosystem of gaming. Because again, it brings you from just this siloed economy. They cannot create your game. Now. It's like you can build a throat other games and trade not just sore than trading cards and whatever it is weapons deerskins you can now maybe even exchange privileges as well, you know, maybe even if she that gives you a boost in another game or you know, this is going to be crazy to see what these games kind of think of, because it's kind of Endless Possibilities, but Marketplace, the critical critical part of the East Coast. Is probably what top 10 right now, leaving

the space but there was one coming up every day. I personally like ones that are very Niche focus in terms of whether they're just for gaming or just for Fine Art. But the other thing that actually fine with that really grew the space is like what people were able to make their own when's Marketplace. Elijah do that. And it is so much easier where you have places like makersplace, you know, they hot, they look through what the actual artworks going to be before. It's, there are other ones agreeable. You like anybody committed. So I think that's also an important feature, you were

looking at these marketplaces, but that's so important to the overall exciting. Oh, yeah, I'm things. I tell her your dog builds in your own and if the market place right for them things are working on. Yeah, for sure. Right now. It's the big client is our focus on dignitas or so. They have a lot of cool exciting possibilities with their streams and just just exciting, stuffy sport, teams, overall. I'm criticized. She has real face so many. And if the projects and if the marketplaces, what are your thoughts on secondary markets? Yeah, I think the

secondary Market does play a really critical rolling, and we talked about the completion of this, kind of play to earn element that we've been pushing here without that secondary Market, you know, that play to earn, doesn't really come to fruition, you know, you can play in her. But then if you can't do anything with you can't sell it to somebody else. After the fact, or when you're just done with a game, then you know that the Cycles then give is broken at that point. So think it's incredibly critical for for gaming adoption know. When it comes to just regular in a tease, you know, I think the

less so is it important? But I think that we're also going to see where we and we've already seen it a lot. Is it you know, where we've had big, you know in a few Marketplace at 2nd and market place is like open. See wearable other ones that are on other pain blocker but a word they're very centralized because these are the places where everyone goes. Everyone knows they're becoming the Amazons and the eBay's of nfts. And I think that we are. We're starting to see a little bit of a ship. Do you know the individuals having their own, their own sites of Aveeno products, you know, having

their own a small and marketplaces. And I think that's going to actually help Drive allowed a 10ft functionality here in the future is to is having more accessibility for individuals to be able to easily create these things for themselves on their own personal website, you know, how many connectivity to you know, things like Shopify apps or WordPress apps will be looking to easily and quickly spend these things up. And it just another component of of what they're doing it in their project, and they're not necessary beholden to, you know, some of these secondary markets. Like I was

saying before, were you you're not getting a full, you know, Taylor experience for your collection, you're getting whatever their generic experience is it where we can work out with their team and so it comes across not as as you know, beautiful and engaging. I would say in a while. I'm stuck on the downside of the secondary Market, but you know, I think it's important that you know, there is a good Go between these individual markets and 2nd and markets and lick mass, secondary markets. Were you have consistent royalties across these and then looking towards getting to a cross chain

environment. Because that's really where this is going to. Take off enough for what we have a little bit of an issue with right now, is it, we have all these environments that they're very Silo, right? Even on a cerium. There's not as much, you know, project there is anything, but you know that they've developed in a way where, you know, your your, your kind of siloed in each of these market, and they don't necessarily play with each other and then going cross chain, even that is a lot harder. So I think that's really what does the inevitable future of secondary? Mark is going to be is

really who can get to being a true Crossing platform. Offering a services and a really great unique experience and UI and ux they're going to be the winner. Yeah, I don't know, just throw out there that I think stashes 1 million percent, correct? And I think that it might be even not who the first secondary market place to enable. All this stuff will be but which ones will integrate the first wallets that are cross chain and enable to be right, like everybody's seeing some moves from coinbase wallet, for example, coinbase wallet. So far is just an

ethereum wallet, but if coinbase wallet started having, you know, started working on slow instead of working on wax and start working on tezos, then, you know, if there's one in the creation Point, kind of like how everyone integrates with with metal mask, for for aetherium. That's going to change, right? Or there's wallet connect, or or Madam asked, everyone doesn't, you know, most people don't connect Temple wallet, which is the the one that that And I like them edit, Master, Tesla space. They connect shiting on

forgetting. The, the name of the maybe Max will know. But the product that is, like the wallet connect for tezos, where all of the wallets are all on one, and there's different policies for different reasons, but every person will be able to integrate. Right. Once there is a wallet that I can integrate, that has my toes and my aetherium in it and I could use that on open sea or whatever. That's that's when we went, right. Yeah. I agree with you and now we discussed. At use experience and

ability of marketplace on Savion out in supermarkets. But if there is a bear market and if this just might turn out to be a bubble and the bus. So there's things that I need to see markets will still be viable. Is that happen? For me, personally. I definitely think that there will be projects that people will look back in hindsight and be like, why did I spend so much money on this? I don't care about this. Like I was just buying into a hype cycle and then there will be projects that are built with love and care and that are built for actual engagement. And and

actually connect with people about as collectors, and it's Gamers, and if you've been playing a play to earn game and you've put a lot of hours into a character and you invite a lot of experiences, probably with some friends and probably with some other kind of cheese. And some other platforms are some other things on the blockchain is well with the interconnectedness, you know, those are going to have meaning to you outside of the financial value and there's no way that that even if the out outside demand for that causes like pay the price to drop that you were going to

stopwatch Interact with that, you're still going to have that connection. So it's all about the quality of of the nfcu in and the quality of the game when it comes to play. I mean, episode does rarity stick. It becomes harder to token of your memory. That's a good experience. You had. And another point is that those token still have utility where's other. For example, and if the artworks might not have any utility other than being able to look at it, so, I think you really have to defend. She ate between the different faucets with bananas cheese, and

once the NFC bubble bursts through the first and then I think, yes game. And if these are going to come down as well, but not probably to the extent that artwork in a few who'd come down. I think that's my my prediction year and what he thinks of Passage. Yeah, I mean, you're right when it comes to me when it comes to actual use cases, there's different. You do use cases there. I would say and dividing line between like it being, you know art or being. You know, I got your gaming asset. I think that's actually pretty important to make the division with utility is going

to hold value, much more overtime and during a bear market then and if he doesn't and so I think we're going to see a lot of these like pfp projects that if not really providing him to their Community, don't have any real good utility. I think I'm going to see those things take out of an enormous hit and we're going to see you there at the. You know, how gaming utility a really does keep the the value of a of the, you know, you like that over a bear market and I agree. We've already kind of seen that free 2021 in my opinion. And, you know, I I think that wants to kind of hype

cycle. I wouldn't call it a bubble, a Cycle & Wesson Type S kind of complete. I think they're going to kind of see where those those lie because we're be at over-saturate at this point right now. And in the funny part is because it's become store beside her. Cuz it's so easy to make a key. At the Avatar project. It's much, much hard to develop a game and an entire ecosystem around this game and economy and all these other things. So, you know that when this cycle for 4 p.m. Tires is kind of over, you know, that's when all these gaming projects are going to be coming out and and just

straight crushing everything in it. Yeah, I'll just throw out there during the Spa's. I think the you know this space you you'd have to be kind of crazy to look at it and say everything is rational and you know, Punk ape strong should be worth the amount that the average 8th is worse than all these things. It's crazy. Right? It is, it is some sort of bubble just the way that the 2017 crypto bubble was some sort of level just like Bitcoin might be some sort of bubble in this moment, but I

think all of us here are building in this space for the long term because years from now. And I mentioned this in the previous panel, this industry will be orders of magnitude larger than it is today, but likes Ash says, some of these. Some of the things are going to fall, you know, it's forever because they aren't bringing value to communicate. They aren't creating something sustainable long-term, but I think, you know, The people that are, you know, right click and save the image, you know, or or people making fun of us are are are going to

eat their words in these next few years. Sankyo. Conclusion, routes from tracing. It doesn't happen overnight. They could build a game that you can build in a communist and a game that you can sew a lot of Investments going into blockchain games. They have been for the last three years. I think more this year than ever with covid happen. So we're going to start seeing the progress of my kind of like the, the fruits of all of that within the next two years. So, whatever this hype train happens with entities, I think

Jamie is here to stay. It's just going to get bigger and bigger. It just makes complete sense. They, they were already living in this world. They just need a blockchain, you like the missing piece. They already collected coins. They already got skins. They were already trying to trade. They are have trading cards. Like it was literally build friend if she's so, I think it's going to take some time to see doctor to come cuz, you know, somebody's really big gaming companies. Bringing them out. I think there's a big shareholder meeting yesterday that happened with one of them. So Ubisoft. I

pretty much said we're going to be entering play Darren. So it's like it's happening and I don't think it's going anywhere. Gain is specifically. Yeah, I agree with my son before and it's a game in this ball. Brings so much wider audience of Twisted things. Play new, interesting. Stop playing games and if he's sweet as well and how viable NFC standings, NFC South and some Hawaii bullies, the audience's play us some pieces of Game and Inland interesting discussions and hope

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