GameStop (NYSE:GME) is still preparing to release an NFT but we still don’t know when it will launch.
Let’s dive into the most recent details about the GameStop NFT below.
- To start with, an NFT is a non-fungible token.
- This is basically a unique crypto token that can be used to represent a piece of content.
- That could include an image, video, game, or even a physical object.
- GameStop is definitely working on an NFT even if we don’t know when it will release.
- The company has launched a website for it already.
- In addition to this, the creator of the NFT has discussed it online.
- NFT traders as well as GME stock fans have been waiting for the release of the NFT.
- It was originally thought that the NFT would come out yesterday due to data retrieved from code.
- However, that wasn’t the case and it has some wondering when the NFT launch will take place.
- Speculation places the release of the GameStop NFT alongside the upgrade for Ethereum (CCC:ETH-USD) network upgrade.
- Many NFT creators use ETH as their token of choice when making the digital pieces.
- It could be that GME wants to wait for the upgrade to the ETH network because the NFT will use those tokens.
- Unfortunately, that’s about all we know about the GameStop NFT release.
- GME and NFT traders will just have to keep an eye on the company for any announcements concerning its NFT plans.
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