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Konami becomes the New Big Gaming Studio, Expressing Appreciation for Blockchain & NFTs

In November, crypto gaming and the metaverse were hot topics. The sentiment about NFTs and crypto in games smoothly transitioned from Steam’s nonacceptance, to Mark Zuckerberg’s “Meta,” which provided a boost to the metaverse phenomenon, and therefore blockchain games as a whole.

Konami, one of the most well-known Japanese publishers and gaming companies, hinted that it might explore the blockchain, according to Kimihiko Higashio (Representative Director, President, Konami). He stated:

“With the evolution of technologies such as AI, 5G and NFTs (non-fungible tokens), as well as the increasing recognition of esports as a sporting event, we expect the market to be revitalized by inventive new ways to enjoy games.”
It is known for creating such iconic games like Silent Hill, Metal Gear Solid and Contra. Each of these classic games could be benefited from blockchain implementation if it’s done right.


While the company showed appreciation for technology, they have not promised implementation. It may take years for them to start, as it’s an enormous company, and the decision-making will first have to pass several key stages of analysis and business development.

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