Despite falling prices for non-fungible tokens (NFTs), NFT games based on the “play to earn” principle continue to flourish as more people see them as a potential way to make a living.
IN survey conducted in the Philippines, 32% of respondents said they would quit or consider quitting if NFT games allowed them to work full time. John Stephanides, CEO of gaming platform NFT Balthazar, said he was “not surprised by the results.”
“Many are willing to quit their other jobs to play NFT games instead, as they could earn as much, if not more, by playing NFT games.”
Jesús Daval Jr., a Filipino gamer, told Cointelegraph that earning from NFT games is not enough at the moment. “There is no doubt that blockchain gaming is a revolutionary concept, but at the moment I don’t think it is enough to support me financially,” Daval said. However, he also notes that he is ready to launch when the ecosystem develops further.
“I think I have the courage to quit my job and go into blockchain gaming once the P2E ecosystem matures and becomes sustainable.”