Meta launches the game Metaverse
In this week's newsletter, learn about how magic Eden market has integrated compressed non-lockable tokens (NFTS) into its platform and how Meta is launching its Metaverse game on mobile devices and the web. Find out why the creator of Bitcoin Ordinals proposed to change the protocol numbering system, and learn more about Atari founder Nolan Bushnell's views on games for making money. In other news, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has charged Stoner Cats with placing unregistered securities. Meta has announced the start of the rollout of Horizon Worlds on mobile devices and web browsers. The launch for mobile devices and the web includes a free shooting game called Super Rumble, in which two to six players can play together in rapidly developing shooting matches. The launch is only in the early access stage, which means that only a few people will be able to participate. According to Meta, the game will gradually spread to more people and add more impressions and worlds to the Meta Universe in the near future.For more information about Bitcoin Ordinals, see the chief programmer and creatorR. Casey Rodarmore proposed to change the Bitcoin-NFT numbering system. The developer stressed that the current system leads to ugly codes and stagnation in development. Therefore, Rodarmor has proposed to make the inscriptions permanently unstable, which will simplify the protocol and make it easier to update. The ordinal number developer added that although the change will make the digits incorrect, the numbering system will not be completely reversed. Magic Eden has integrated Solana's compressed nfts (CNFT) into its platform. According to Magic Eden, CNFT will allow users to experiment without spending a lot of money and will be ideal for the mass production of NFTs for industries such as music, games and events. cnfts are different from standard NFTs because their data is kept out of the chain. This allows users to print up to one million NFTs for just $110. Nolan Bushnell, the founder of Atari, a video game production company that reached the peak of its popularity in the 1980s, recently spoke to Cointelegraph and expressed said that play to win (P2E) games are the reason why real players don't like cryptography. The executive said that good gamers don't like gravel and that Web3 gaming should move away from P2e and focus on creating worlds based on virtual and augmented reality. The SEC has sued the company behind the NFT stoner Cats collection for placing unregistered securities. According to the Sec, the NFTs were sold as having secondary sales potential, implying that their value would increase. However, not everyone at the Sec agrees with this decision. SEC commissioners Esther Pearce and Mark Wyeda released a special statement, claiming that the project's activities represent fan crowdfunding, which they believe is a common occurrence in the world of creators. For an overview of the most important NFT events of the week, check out COINTELEGRAPH's NFT STEEZ podcast. Come back next Wednesday to get more reports and information about this actively developing area.