It seems that the company believes that the sharply negative perception of NFT by the public is not terrible.
Although the gaming community is currently seeing a rejection of NFTs as a potential element in video games, it seems that game publishers are still deciding to experiment with a promising new money-making technology. So, edition of Rock, Paper, Shotgun drew attention that SEGA has registered trademarks in Japan that imply the use of NFT in the company’s own products.
Trademarks are as follows: SEGA NFT and SEGA Classics NFT Collection. It’s hard to tell what this all means right now, but it’s clear from the brand names that SEGA intends to use NFT for both its modern and “classic” creations. In the second case, most likely, we are talking about NFT content based on motives, since the introduction of non-fungible tokens into twenty-year-old games is not only difficult, but frankly pointless.
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It is worth noting that SEGA does not hide its intentions regarding NFT, however, the sharply negative reaction of the community to the company’s plans has already forced the latter’s management to announce that NFT in its case is experimental in nature, and that the company will abandon this technology if it does not promise nothing but easy money. Noble statement; however, over the years it will be forgotten, and NFTs have every chance of becoming as commonplace as DLC or battle passes. And there is nothing fundamentally wrong with this, in fairness, no.