Grand Theft Auto V Is One Of The Most Popular Video Games But It Doesn't Want Your NFTs

Grand Theft Auto V Is One Of The Most Popular Video Games But It Doesn't Want Your NFTs

A leading video game company has made changes to its rules of operation to prevent the utilization of non-fungible tokens (NFTs).

What Happened: Rockstar Games, a unit of Take-Two Interactive (NASDAQ: TTWO), is banning the use of cryptocurrencies and NFTs from its servers. The move follows Microsoft Corporation's (NASDAQ: MSFT) banning NFTs from its popular “Minecraft” video game.

According to its website, Rockstar Games supports third-party roleplay servers but enforces several items that fall in line with its policy.

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The terms say it does not support the sale of loot boxes, the sale of virtual currencies, generating revenue from sponsorships or the use of crypto assets like NFTs from its third-party servers.

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