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Valve bans blockchain games and NFTs on Steam, Epic will try to make it work

Games that use blockchain technology or let users exchange NFTs or cryptocurrencies won’t be allowed on Steam, according to a rule added to Valve’s “What you shouldn’t publish on Steam” list. The...

Epic says it’s ‘open’ to blockchain games after Steam bans them

Epic tells The Verge that it’s “open to games that support cryptocurrency or blockchain-based assets” on its game store, unlike its competitor Valve which has banned games that feature blockchain technology or...

Fox is trying to build a Masked Singer NFT community

Some TV studio was going to be the first to tie a big NFT project to a major show, and it turns out to be Fox — the company is launching the...

Disney and Scarlett Johansson have settled their lawsuit

Three months after Scarlett Johansson sued Disney over its streaming release of Black Widow, arguing she stood to lose millions of dollars because her salary was based on the box office performance...

Epic’s CEO has bad news if you were hoping to see Fortnite NFTs

On Monday, Tim Sweeney tweeted that Epic isn’t touching NFTs, in a public response to what was presumably an NFT pitch. He cites the space’s problem with scams as the reason for...

So Snoop Dogg just claimed to be a prominent NFT booster

Snoop Dogg, the famous rapper, tweeted on Monday that he’s the one behind a Twitter account that discusses NFTs. Yes, this really is a thing that’s happened. While Snoop Dogg has released...

Sony subsidiary makes a PS5 SSD that’s even further out of your reach

Sony subsidiary Nextorage has released an SSD that’s perfect for the PS5 (via Tom’s Hardware): it has a heatsink (which Sony says is a requirement), is fast enough to well surpass Sony’s...

Nintendo finally adds Bluetooth audio to the Switch in new software update

Nintendo has surprise-announced that Bluetooth audio support has come to the Switch through a software update. The ability to use Bluetooth headphones to listen to game audio has been a conspicuously missing...

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