Bernard Kim says he got nothing from his $50K spending spree but that meeting somebody on a dating app is “an immeasurable reward.”
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Many gamers had been using Rockstar’s roleplaying servers to trade digital assets for in-game perks like property and vehicles.
Usership of many play-to-earn games has dwindled but the currencies associated with them still boast billion-dollar market caps.
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