When the game used to be RCE purely, one could explain in laymans that playing entropia, was more akin to visiting another country, that country has its own economy, its own people, its own markets and economical aspects.
as such, introducing everyday bob to come play, was doable, explaining that the game was not tied into the crypto nor nfts or any of that technology, more than it being a way to deposit, end of.
Now go do some research on how the general world of games tend to like and receive crypto and NFT games, I've posted tonnes of articles about it before, but there is a reason most companies from smallest to the behemoth moneygrabbing at any cost possible companies like activision and EA are just scrapping it entierly and moving away from it.
I voted "No - It would kill the game economy eventually" as it is the only option closest to "would destroy the game for good".
Yes people hate me for saying it but theres still to many scam NFT and crypto games that purely do so to pyramid scheme people into playing them and cheering them on, people who have little clue try and lose even more than people who know a little and lose it all...
I myself am not against Crypto currencies nor NFT's, but i've yet to see a game able to implement or start as such that is successfull. And in that i put successfull as being widely accepted and loved by the general populus of the gaming industry. I do understand that some people disagree, and will argue that games are succeffull with NFT's and crypto, but i personally in that statement do not weight a few dozen crypto whales dragging in another few hundred to a few thousand crypto lovers in a hype wave as success.
EU is fairly successfull in that its been able to sustain itself as long as it have, but knowing what the crypto and NFT world is to the gaming industry i am really interested in seeing if the outcome of the journey started, is good, or bad.
Disclaimer, again, I am not against or opposed crypto currencies nor NFT's, I have my own NFT projects and its a fun interesting techonology. But in translation to how the gaming industry has treated it in the past year its gone from hype, to straight up being banned words to use due to the incredibly hated reception it gets. I've linked tonnes of articles and info about it, its a interesting topic and in games, it isnt really good which is why whati write can be perceived as being opposed to it, or being negative about it.