Play-to-earn has proven to be a fruitful ground for both project developers and users. The buzzword has attracted a lot of attention from the general public, which is wonderful for mass adoption and market scalability.
However, if we blindly pursue "play-to-earn" in the future of blockchain gamification, we may end up at a dead end. This is mostly due to the fact that a play-to-earn game will almost certainly result in an unsustainable in-game economy in the long run. Instead, game makers should emphasize creating a genuine game that will draw adoring fans, with play-to-earn serving as a cherry on top.
To build a loyal gaming fanbase, community contribution plays a pivotal role. Most gaming communities now mainly rely on scholarship supplies and revenue exploits on player returns. Still, there is a lot of congested value created in the connection between the communities and the games, which has yet to be grasped.
We call these congestions "community contributions", which are not necessarily related to play-to-earn activities, but they are profitable and will have a significant impact on the growth of both games and communities.