Limit Break will do free NFT mint during Super Bowl commercial

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The point of it is to get a digital asset, and they’re going to be extremely rare and hopefully collectible as a result.”Such giveaways are common in Japan, but not so much with Web3 in the U.S. where gamers have often viewed NFTs with derision. Fresh from raising $200 million for his blockchain gaming company, Leydon announced in October he planned to spend $6.5 million on a Super Bowl ad for Limit Break’s first game based on its DigiDaigaku NFT game. Of course, a lot of people may be unhappy if they don’t win the digital items in the giveaway, as Limit Break will only give away tens of thousands of items, but many more people will see the ad with the QR code.

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