This video brings up some of my concerns about #play2earn games. Game ...

This video brings up some of my concerns about #play2earn games.

Games like #splinterlands need to be extra cautious to not fall into any #legal trap. There's also the balance of intrinsic #gaming value of vs making money, which #spt barely succeeds at.



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I've seen this video before and saved it for later viewing.
I found a video about the fraud traps among Play2earn games, I'm looking to recommend it to you, but I couldn't find it. !PGM

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Wish to see it, if you find it again comment it under any of my posts~

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Steam's off-site gambling issues don't make sense to me. Any platform which allows trades of digital items between players could be subject to AML requirements. Any game which allows trading. That's crazy!

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Yeah, when they mentioned that, they didn't say it is problematic in itself. They said there's a lot of legal challenges the people behind the platform (Steam in this case) face. (I'm also sure that WoW and other MMOs faced the same thing.)

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I also think they (the law people) only target platforms that are big enough... Funny how law only deals with problems (as it deems them) only when they become impossible to ignore.

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It is also funny how platforms who forbid trading in-game items for real world goods are blamed for third parties who break the terms of service. In my opinion the law people should go after these rule breaking marketplaces.

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The thing is, that's exactly what they're doing... The only thing the platform is required to do is to provide the data, but that takes much more resources than you'd think.

Maybe, law people targets those platform because they can provide this data for them "easily."

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Maybe, law people targets those platform because they can provide this data for them "easily."

I assume they also pay all the expenses the platform has for tracking all these transfers of in-game items which had no monetary value until the marketplaces built the bridges out of that sandbox economy.

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