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Ubisoft is giving the employees NFT gifts

Ubisoft is giving the employees NFT gifts

Ubisoft first announced its plans for an NFT platform in December the previous year. Ubisoft Quartz will combine NFTS into their games and community.

Moreover, different employees shown worries about the act. Actually, the company held an in-house meeting to address NFT investment concerns. Presently, the company is distributing NFT to its employees.
On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Ghost Recon franchise, Ubisoft is giving its employees an NFT cap on the 20th anniversary of Ghost Recon.

The company revealed that it would use Tezos for its NFT plans. This is because of the use of energy-efficient, eco- friendly blockchain to reduce employee concerns and performance in an eco-efficient manner.

Also, it did not go exactly as planned, as Ubisoft’s NFT partner, Frontier, began selling tokens on OpenSea using ETH.
In a statement, the company repeated its commitment to Tezos. “Part of our role as a key investor is to serve them with advice and counsel on the most environmentally friendly and efficient technology choices,” the statement said. It is uncertain whether they will keep on to do so in the future.

Eventually, there is obviously a long way to go in persuading people about the great uses of NFTs. Actually, the previous week, Team 17, the creators of the popular games franchise “Worms”, canceled their NFT programs after community response.

It is appealing to see how this doubt about NFTs emerges in the game industry. The Key data shows that 2022 will be a big market for NFT games. We hope that Ubisoft will continue its NFT programs.

About Nicolle

She is an Indian Freelance writer. She loves thinking, learning, and writing about all things Web3.

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