On July 11, GME launched the GameStop NFT Marketplace in its "public beta" form allowing select artists to mint their designs.
While you may purchase NFTs minted on the Platform, the GameStop NFT Marketplace may not be used to trade tokens that are derived from the Platform.
This makes GameStop NFC a closed ecosystem of buyers and makers, but the pool of makers is much smaller than on a platform like OpenSea.
GameStop is taking another step into blockchain technology with their new NFT Marketplace. It launched the beta version of the marketplace on Monday.
The platform is under fire for hosting an NFT that appears close to a photo of a man jumping to his death on 9/11.
NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens) are unique cryptographic tokens that exist on the blockchain and cannot be replicated.