Why Are Tokens With Gaming Features Popular?

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Metaverse, Play to Earn, and PVP features are going to change the way gamers game, soon. Therefore, many of us gamers are trying to find the best token that fits our gaming style. There are so many tokens coming out with Play to Earn or Metaverse ideas, which makes it hard to pinpoint the best token. If you are confused about which one to pick, don’t feel bad, you are not alone. We know established tokens like MANA and SAND have a large following, and some of the upcoming tokens will soon follow in their direction.

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A few gaming tokens that we have our eye on would be Shiryo, UFO, GHC, and SHUNAV2. We are looking at many more, but these are some of the ones that we have done recent research on and ongoing research. If you are skeptical about the idea of people spending their money on games, let me clear the air. My family is a gaming family, and we game with people from all over the world. Some of the games we play require money to buy skins, moves, cards, or other features. My daughters have spent hundreds of dollars on in-game tokens and our youngest (16) just got a job, so she could finance her Genshin Impact game.

So, with Microsoft buying Activision/Blizzard get ready for the Metaverse to take a large leap in terms of gaming. One must wonder if Microsoft will be able to use their money and intel to bring World of Warcraft to the Metaverse. Could the Metaverse save WoW? World of Warcraft has been on the decline for years. It was the first PC game I ever tried and it was also the game that I credit with saving my marriage. My husband and I had been married for about 10 years when he got orders to relocate to Korea. I was pretty much done with the marriage, and he was too! We were friendly with each other because we had children, but we mainly communicated on the game due to us being guildies. At one point we wanted to run a couple of dungeons, but none of the other members were online. So, we had to run them together. We ended up re-establishing a friendship, which helped us to see how much we meant to each other. Now we have been married for 24 years, and we still game together. So, I would love to see something save World of Warcraft, and if it’s wrapped in blockchain, so be it! If Microsoft brings in blockchain to games like Overwatch and Hearthstone which already uses money to buy tokens, it will perhaps be the APEX of all gaming tokens. When you see companies like this make moves to position themselves in boss positions, get ready for others to follow.

The future of gaming is going to be blockchain. Just like technology was the thing to get into decades ago, I feel like gaming tokens are the thing to research today. In the post-world of COVID people are looking for safe ways to connect with others without the fear of getting sick. Gaming offers that avenue and to some degree its own social sphere. Tokens are already revolutionizing the way we finance movies, fundraise and soon it will be game play! Research these game tokens before it’s too late.

The Shiba Inu Outcome Will Predict The Winner Of Math In Cryptocurrency

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Is cryptocurrency controlled by a single mathematical equation that predicts if a coin can prosper or fail? This is the question of the year. According to everything we’ve seen and learned over the past year, cryptocurrency seems to go by a different playbook.

While most of us fear large circulations of coins and uncertain market caps, some coins seem to be immune to the restraints of mathematics. Shiba Inu will be the coin to either prove that circulation and market cap are not treated the same in cryptocurrency or math is math. It is a very telling time for the industry, and it will help bring light to issues that are currently being debated all over Twitter.

With regulators here in the United States researching how cryptocurrency will work in banking systems, you can bet, all of these questions will need answers. One has to wonder how regulators will handle and classify certain cryptocurrencies. Will they post warnings as they do on penny stocks? Will they go back to whitepapers, defi ratings, or will they use another method of vetting?

There’s so much we still have to learn about whitepapers, security, rug pulls, blockchains, and the coding behind the currencies. Shib will tell us if cryptocurrency uses the mathematical rules that a lot of analysts are going by. You know, everyday math! I did a little research, and there are very few colleges that offer a degree in cryptocurrency. Some colleges have classes in blockchain technology, maybe even degrees. However, when it comes to using cryptocurrency in a financial system, I think one came up.

This is somewhat concerning when you have people trying to make rules on something that has no playbook. So, one of the ways we learn is by observing. Hopefully, someone is writing all of these cryptocurrencies and the way they move into a book for a degree program. Can Shib get to one cent? That is the question, and it will be the defining factor in how much we know or still do not know about the land of cryptocurrency.

As always, I am not a financial advisor. I am just a fan of crypto.