Back in the day, if you worked hard and completed your tasks on time, with little to no supervision, you would be considered a high-performer. This is no longer the case and it will become more and more obvious as time goes by. Self-starters who are willing to take risks and come up with creative solutions themselves will be much valued than tasks implementors who make no mistakes but simply execute someone else’s solution.
Exposure doesn’t actually pay the rent. It doesn’t put food on the table. And it’s probably not worth as much as you think it is. If you don’t find work valuable enough to pay for it, the chances are the audience you’re exposing my work to won’t pay for it either.
Developers could release a new game that uses character data from another game world stored on a DAppChain. That way, new users of the game could immediately jump into a new world with their existing characters and assets (essentially airdropping your old game’s data to the new game).