Square Enix President Continues Hopeful Tone On Blockchain Despite Backlash

Square Enix president continues hopeful tone on blockchain.

They know that many players dislike NFTs.

They reiterated his previous hopeful tone about blockchain and token in an interview.

Which was posted on April 15th with Yahoo Japan.

If, instead of relying on goodwill, we can also provide incentives to those who contribute to development by utilizing technologies such as blockchain, there is a possibility that innovative and interesting content can be created from the ideas of users, they said.

This past January, Matusda was widely criticized.

I realize that some people who 'play to have fun' and who currently for the majority of players have voiced their reservations towards these new trends, and understandably so, he said.

On social media many commentators and journalists seized on this phrasing.

He said there are players who play to have fun and others who play to contribute.

And he hopes that this technology can be used to reward those player’s efforts.

Until now, in most games, we provided the content as a finished product and the players played that content. However, there are a certain number of players in the world who want to contribute to making games more interesting, by creating new settings and ways of playing, he said.