Understand - Article 1
A natural evolution in the face of the challenges of modern video games
Understand - Article 3
The advantages of Web3 gaming
Understand - Article 4
The challenges of Web3 gaming
Understand - Article 5
The evolution of gaming business models
Challenges - Article 6
Innovative new models made possible by blockchain
Challenges - Article 7
Sorare, the symbol of an entire sector
Challenges - Article 8
Brian O'Hagan (Sorare): "There has been huge inflation in image rights in 2021-2022"
Challenges - Article 9
Constantin Garreau (Stables): "It's good for PMU to take risks".
Challenges - Article 10
Gaming Web3: a flourishing ecosystem
Challenges - Article 11
Beyond Sorare, 5 games that left their mark
Challenges - Article 12
Julien Bouteloup (BlackPool): "Fantasy games have the model best suited to Web3".
Challenges - Article 13
Sébastien Borget (The Sandbox): "We need to focus on attractive gaming experiences".
Perspectives - Article 14
Account abstraction: the miracle solution for the general public?
Perspectives - Article 15
Jérôme de Tychey (Cometh): "We have developed solutions for the general public".
Perspectives - Article 16
Jonum: a regulatory framework for experimentation
Perspectives - Article 17
William O'Rorke (ORWL Avocats): "Not everyone can become a Jonum".
Perspectives - Article 18
The position of the traditional gaming giants
Perspectives - Article 19
Nicolas Pouard (Ubisoft): "We're exploring in real-life conditions".
Perspectives - Article 20
Conclusion & thanks : Playing should always be fun!

The advantages of Web3 gaming

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The advantages of Web3 gaming

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Web3 gaming, which relies on blockchain technology and other decentralisation-related innovations, offers several advantages over traditional gaming.

Real ownership of digital assets:With Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs), and other blockchain technologies, players can own elements of the game, such as characters, weapons, terrain, etc. This ownership can be verified, traded and sold outside the game itself using the blockchain.

Interoperability: Game objects in the form of tokens can be used in multiple games or platforms. For example, an NFT purchased in one game could potentially be used as an object or aesthetic element in another game.

Community participation:With mechanisms such as decentralised autonomous organisations (DAOs), communities can participate in the management of a game, propose modifications or fund new developments.

Resistance to censorship:Decentralisation makes it difficult for a single entity or authority to censor or disrupt the game or its economy.

Gameplay innovations:The ability to have game elements based on blockchain can open the door to new gameplay mechanics, evolving narratives, and enriched user experiences.