Atari is the corporate entity/brand of Theusus, and by selling (you guessed it) NFTs, the company just made about $110,000. Technology studio Perform mathematical operations).The token in question is a 3D model of the Atari 2600 game cartridge used for centipede -10 of them are black and 100 of them are red.
NFT is sold as part of the Atari Capsule Collection-basically a bunch centipede with pingpongCompanies that own the Atari brand are selling NFT-themed NFTs. The company and its intellectual property have been bought and sold many times and it is almost difficult to track, but the current incarnation is mainly known for trying to build hotels and trying to make game consoles.
As far as I am concerned, I am frustrated, and I can admit that Atari’s NFT product has at least one interesting part: Flagship enti.According to the company, the NFT part is just another 3D model, but the first person to buy it will get the real, original and restored centipede Arcade cabinet. However, if the price of a regular NFT containing only 3D models is thousands of dollars, I don’t even want to consider its price.
We often talk about NFTs, usually as collectors’ items, but these items are particularly confusing-they cost from $180.78 to over $16,000.As Ars Point out that if you want a real centipede For 2600 ink cartridges, packaging boxes, manuals and all other items, you can go to eBay for $30 (if you want to seal it, it will cost you $53). The collectible version of the game recently sold for about $500, and auctions have also begun in the region.Even original centipede The price of arcade cabinets is lower than some of these NFTs.
If you want to make you feel like you own something, then you already have it in your collection, which will make you feel more: NFT or a copy of the actual game? NFT will provide you with an entry on the blockchain to prove that you have a 3D model (the same as all other versions), but you can display it on a shelf or actually play live ammunition. Moreover, this does not even take into account the historically significant physical version, you can always try to find one of the game versions of Atari buried in the desert in 1983. They used to sell for about $600 on eBay, and came with an origin story that NFT truly couldn’t match.
If you need some other reasons, why should you save money and only buy a physical copy centipede, That’s the point: these were made by the actual original Atari, not the corporate entity that now happens to have its name.