GameStop has officially set foot in the world of NFT and in that of cryptocurrencies. The company, in fact, has launched one beta version of his wallet Ethereum which will allow users to store, send and receive cryptocurrencies and non-fungible tokens (NFTs). Currently, the tool is available as an extension for the Chrome browser (it should arrive soon for iOS as well).
The GameStop wallet will allow users to access their resources via a private key known only to them. Furthermore, the transactions will be quick and transparent with Loopring Layer 2 and users will have full control over the custody of their assets.
With this launch, GameStop has also confirmed its debut in the NFT market in the second quarter of this year. In this regard, the company, through a fund of 100 million dollarswill aim to convince game developers to use this market.