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In this interview at NFTNYC, we talk to John Woznowski of Reality Games and the creator of smash hit mobile game Landlord Go. Woznowski talks about why he’s in New York and the company’s plans to completely NFT-ize the virtual world by allowing players to buy virtual properties and rent them out to players.
Landlord Go is a massive mobile game with millions of players and the team is bridging the game world with the real world through NFTs. For example, you can use the game to “buy” real buildings and, in the game, place ads on the building or even rent buildings to raise cash. It’s a clever idea with a built-in audience.
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