however as we are moving away from Hive Engine and deep into a new free open source tool for creating NFT's and Tokens fully recorded and audit-able on the Hive blockchain Layer 1 this does not fit in with our goals.
Our goal for our new code base is to open the game up to non-Hive (or blockchain users) introduce them to the blockchain through the player-to-player marketplace.
Our goal is to make a far reaching gaming world the can show the benefits of blockchain recorded marketplaces without bogging down the gameplay with unnecessary blockchain interaction.
We feel all of this will bring bigger longer term growth to Hive (which benefits us all as stakeholders) without trying to create unnecessary buy/burn's for tokens that if rewarded to player still have a 1% tax for no reason if they want to withdraw them.
Our view is the current concept of Hive / blockchain gaming is too limited to the few players on the blockchain and if this paradigm is not broken by the Hive community someone else will break it and we will be left behind.
I hope it works out well for the game developers who are using it.
use cases for these "in-game" tokens was the death knell for the original Holybread team and by us eliminating them early on and not spending energy on them, has allowed us to focus on how to truly bring new gamers to Hive.