Previously, a U.S. company Electronic Arts, a game producer since 1982, tweeted a concise, but an exciting message. The new slice of mainstream endorsement thrilled the digital coin’s community.
Moreover, when Electronic Arts revealed “Crypto” as a character in one of its forthcoming game releases. The message had a double meaning for the several fans.
This did not stop cryptocurrency influencers from catching the message and moving with it.
Exchanges like Binance, OKEx, and Huobi supported the message. They all had been giving it the direct significance of actually investing in digital coins.
The “crypto” nickname has also been questionable between the investment-minded community. The researchers of cryptography also have also been confused about it.
In the past, Twitter has been a ground for brief but influential endorsement of digital coins.
Even Twitter’s CEO Jack Dorsey has advocated digital assets. The social media also even permitted crypto-based tipping.
Other prominent Twitter endorsements consist of Chris Giancarlo with the Commodities Futures Trading Commission.
Meanwhile, no one has exceeded the effect of Elon Musk’s tweets. This is related to crypto assets, which at one point even talked about Dogecoin.
Crypto Coins for Gaming
For a long time, Crypto coins and tokens go together with gaming.
Even Bitcoin (BTC) was utilized in new in-game payment systems.
Later, altcoin projects formed their own gaming ecosystems.
Crypto assets were demonstrating especially suitable for in-game marketplaces.
On the flip side, projects like WAX recommended ways for direct in-game purchases without borders.
Gaming projects are one of the most dynamic new networks like TRON and EOS.
Those usually small games by independent teams are for now into large-scale gaming companies. They are already refraining from crypto assets, especially altcoins.
In fact, investing in digital coins has been a dangerous proposition.
In 2018, when bull markets assets have shown growth of up to 10,000%, most altcoins move on to lose more than 95% of their value following the bear market.