Elon Musk Responds to a New DOOM Mode That Allows You to Photograph NFTs for Money
Elon Musk continues to mock non-fungible tokens as opposition against the current cryptocurrency trend grows.
Elon Musk Responds to a New DOOM Mode That Allows You to Photograph Non-Ferrous Materials for Money. Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, has highlighted a new non-fungible token mode in the popular first-person shooter DOOM II.
According to Niche Gamer, the mode replaces all foes with images of NFTs from the Bored Ape Yacht Club collection, which recently outsold CryptoPunks in terms of floor price.
Rather of killing the rebel Apes, players are expected to photograph them in order to eliminate them and collect insane sums of money.
The term relates to a recurring joke among NFT critics known as “right-clickers,” who contend that crypto art is essentially worthless since it is freely available to download. In essence, an NFT is a decentralised blockchain receipt.
In November, an Australian citizen made available for free all images linked with NFTs on Ethereum and Solana. Earlier this month, Musk shared a meme depicting a therapist questioning a patient about whether he is hallucinating or imagining NFTs. Additionally, the world’s wealthiest man joked about NFTs “jiggling the dollar.”
Gamers vs. non-governmental organisations
The gaming community has been wary of the crypto mania, stating that they are mostly utilised for speculation and money laundering at the cost of the environment, while also presenting a danger to the internet’s digital abundance.
Discord, a gaming-focused messaging service, was forced to abandon its intentions to integrate Ethereum after community backlash.
After receiving a barrage of critical comments from fans, GSC Game World, the Kyiv-based developer of STALKER 2, abandoned their NFT ambitions.