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Konami makes a lot of money through NFTs for the Castlevania anniversary

Konami makes a lot of money through NFTs for the Castlevania anniversary

From Carsten Scholes
To celebrate the 35th anniversary of Castlevania, Konami is making its NFT debut with a highly defined pixel art collection. All 14 works of art have already gone on sale. The publisher can expect sales of $ 157,000. If you want to keep pictures in your collection, you can right-click and save as …

NFTs in gaming are not something that players should support in our money. Reasons and arguments for that It’s not just that we’ve been making repeated deliveries to you for the past few months Game developers who do not want to do anything with crypto junk, Or Old Asmongold.

But as publishers and developers see a new revenue stream with enormous potential, NFTs are increasingly becoming a topic we players have to deal with. For example, be prepared for the fact that there will be more JPGs or PNGs for the anniversary of the Iconic Game series, which will be offered at auction in very small numbers as NFTs.

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Konami and Castlevania Anniversary

Konami has now shown what the NFT auction will look like around its one-year anniversary. Japanese manufacturer Castlevania is celebrating its 35th birthday this year. Well, the first game in the series was actually released for MSX-2 in 1986, but it was still called Vampire Killer. The Castlevania title came on the cover with the NES port a year later. So here you can close your eyes.

The annual festival is celebrated The iconic Castlevania series With the so-called “Gonami Memorial NFT” – Collection. Sounds like a funeral, doesn’t it? But contains stored 14 pixel art files NFTs by auction Were brought to the fan. All works are now sold, totaling $ 157,000. The most precious picture shows the castle of Dracula in all its glory. $ 26,538 is said to have gone (via) the crypto counter VGC)

If you want to keep pictures in your collection, you can right-click and save as …

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