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The world of mobile gaming has experienced significant changes with the introduction of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and their incorporation into games. Google Play and the Apple App Store, both major players in the mobile app market, have taken different approaches when it comes to NFTs and crypto gaming. This article will explore the policies of these platforms, how they affect game developers, and the evolving landscape of NFTs in the mobile gaming industry.
Google Play aims to build user loyalty by creating a supportive environment for innovative concepts like play to earn (P2E) games and crypto-based gaming. By collaborating with pioneers in the Web3 gaming industry and understanding the challenges and opportunities faced by developers, Google demonstrates its commitment to the ever-evolving world of blockchain gaming.
Google Play has made an update to its policies, allowing video game publishers to sell NFT games on their platform. The new policy requires apps to inform users about tokenized digital assets upfront. This shows that Google is open to exploring new ways of enabling transactions involving blockchain-based digital content in apps and games.READ MORE