Troy Baker teamed up with company NFT, asking fans if they wanted to “hate” or “create”
Troy Baker, special voice actor appearing in most video games since Bloodrayne arrive Bioshock, Borderlands arrive Batman, announced a partnership with NFT company Voiceverse NFT.
Yes, arguably the most famous voice actor in the games (seriously, he was in everything) jumped into the irreplaceable band, as evidenced by his appropriately vague announcement on Twitter Ask the reader if they intend to “hate” or “create”.
Here is the full text of the tweet:
I’m partnering with @VoiceverseNFT to explore ways we can together bring new tools to new creators to create new things and enable everyone to own and invest. to the IP they created.
We all have stories to tell.
You can hate.
Or you can create.
What will it be?
Reactions? Well, you can guess the reaction. Here are a few samples of more family-friendly responses from fans to ‘voice of video games’:
Details are vague on what exactly this means and how Baker will get into voice non-fungible tokens, but the company he’s working with – Voiceverse NFT – explains how your access to them and their benefits therefore a pinned Twitter thread:
Hello everyone – this is why our Voice NFT is different from just owning jpegs.
Voice NFT offers intrinsic utility in addition to a great community. You cannot right-click either of these.
Voice NFT provides perpetual, unlimited access to the underlying AI voice that NFT represents ownership. If you own Voice NFT you can create all kinds of voice content and you will OWN all the IP.
Imagine being able to create audiobooks, Youtube videos, e-learning lectures or even custom podcasts with your favorite voice! All without the hassle of additional legal work. This also allows people with limited resources to more easily access a professional voice
Voice NFT provides a new way for you to communicate and build your personality in the metaverse world. You can look like whoever you want in the metaverse and now you can sound like the Voice NFT you own.
Imagine being able to talk in the voice of the character you’re playing like in a multiplayer game! Imagine the next level immersive experience!
We understand the environmental impacts of the NFT. We are working hard to move our Voice NFT to a more eco-friendly mainnet in the future like Polygon or Solana. Proof of Work → Proof of Stake
Voice NFTs provides royalties to the original voice actor who helped build the NFT. If the value of Voice NFT increases, the voice actor also benefits from the increased value. We always keep humans in the loop.
If it’s just a SaaS product and not an NFT we wouldn’t be able to create a truly decentralized solution to prepare for Web3 and the real key is that YOU own the IP completely and it’s proven by public, NOT regulated by us.
We’re not saying Voice NFT is the perfect baby in the NFT family. We acknowledge some flaws, but we ask that you give it a chance without shying away from it in the first place and consider the value and utility it can provide to the community of creators and users. play.
Considering the environmental impact of NFT and blockchain technology, not to mention their sometimes questionable utility, the online reaction to the news is entirely predictable. Baker isn’t the only celebrity to jump on the NFT bandwagon in recent months, but having provided the voices of so many of the game’s beloved characters, it’s no surprise that this controversial move is on the rise. caused a strong reaction from fans.
Hmmm big. Obviously, you can hate or you can create. Alternatively, you can retort a little, take a deep breath, and move along. If you can parse and explain the benefits of NFT by voice to us – preferably the same way you would with young children – please do so in the comments.