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Jace Hall
08-14-2023 at 02:38 AM

A quick update to share that TG remains actively working towards incorporating blockchain security into our Certificate issuance process - @admin staff and team are progressing on this front.

It's important to note that some of our aspirational goals are, in fact, ahead of what the current blockchain ecosystem landscape offers. Given this, we need to defer a few of these goals until the broader blockchain ecosystem evolves to support our vision.

So, as a consequence, our revised vision now only allows the record holder on TG to be eligible to purchase their specific TG Certificate. No one else. In other words, if you secure a record on TG, you'll be the sole individual authorized to buy that particular Certificate.

This Certificate, once available, will be minted on the blockchain, classifying it as a unique NFT. This means you'll have full autonomy over this digital asset, whether you decide to retain it, trade it, or even sell it.

While the TG Certificate will be digital by nature, it will come with a high-resolution file and possibly other supportive metadata. This will grant you the flexibility to print and showcase your certificate in a manner that aligns with your preferences, whether that's on your chosen quality of paper or even as a larger visual display—perhaps you may even decide to create a plate metal version!

It's crucial to understand that any tangible version you choose to create from this certificate only serves as a representation of the unique, secure digital asset you'll own on the blockchain. This ownership will give you exclusive rights to reproduce your certificate and empower you with the legal rights to ensure that no unauthorized reproductions can be made or sold.

We're optimistic about rolling out the TG Certificate system in the near future and promise to keep you informed as we move closer to this milestone.


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Of course, the gaming communities outside of TG would need to see us in a more positive light than they do currently to accrue any kind of decent monetary value.

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Quote Originally Posted by Desidious

Of course, the gaming communities outside of TG would need to see us in a more positive light than they do currently to accrue any kind of decent monetary value.

True, and that certainly that would be good to see - but I'm not sure if the value proposition is limited only to gaming communities.

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Quote Originally Posted by Snowflake


i have decided i'm the consoleplayerofthecentruy post 2000. the other guy, if he wants to rebrand can keep conspoleplayerofthe20thcentury


Which century, which systems?

Mmm...

Check the overall leaderboards on those systems.


"Console player" sounds like an "overall" overall, and...well...

:D



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Quote Originally Posted by Jace Hall


This is not how it can work. Tim would not get a cut of the sale price once he sold it to you. Tim would get the payment for the sale transaction from you to him, and it ends there - just like everything else you own and might decide to sell.

As explained previously, there is not enough available ecosystem infrastructure that can currently support the instantiated / dynamic allocation of royalty payments at the moment of a random NFT issuance.

I was just going off my own experience with NFT's on Ethereum. The creator can indeed specify a royalty fee that goes back to them upon each subsequent sale.



I understood the "technical difficulties" you were referring to as being related to allowing anyone to mint an NFT for a score / Certificate only after the original gamer turned down the opportunity.

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Quote Originally Posted by datagod


You know Tim, if it works out, you could buy your record / certificate / NFT, then you could sell it to me. Then I could sell it to somebody else. Every time it sells, you would get a cut of the sale price. Who knows? If enough people in the community buy it, you might end up with a good chunk of money.

I really want to buy and horde certificates.

Bidding for my certificate starts at $11,667. This is what Steve "GRANTOR" Sanders was paid for his extraneous and superfluous back story involving that fraud documentary. Considering the real life circumstances combned with the fact the so-called "documentary" is in reality based on my achievement, I'm certainly owed this much plus a life rights contract.

I hope Billy enjoyed his bribe money and life rights contract. Billy Mitchell is ruined, thanks to that fake-a** documentary.

I wonder if Tri-Farce found that "THIRD" plaque yet? :)

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Quote Originally Posted by datagod


I was just going off my own experience with NFT's on Ethereum. The creator can indeed specify a royalty fee that goes back to them upon each subsequent sale.



I understood the "technical difficulties" you were referring to as being related to allowing anyone to mint an NFT for a score / Certificate only after the original gamer turned down the opportunity.

Yes, NFT's have the ability for the creator to set a royalty fee. For official TG Certificates to be issued, TG must be the sole creator and issuer. Upon creation, it is essential for TG to link them to the TG database, allocate any necessary IPFS storage for content associated with the NFT and also guarantee that there can be no further issuances of that record. However, a challenge arises: there's no capability to adjust the smart contract to incorporate additional parties, such as the record holder, into the royalty distribution.

It's imperative to understand that individuals will not be able to randomly mint and issue original TG Certificate NFTs on their own. This would equate to anyone producing official Marvel comic books indiscriminately, causing a disruption in the cohesive narrative, overall supply, and general "universe."

Anyway, as mentioned previously, to address this, there's a need for a structured clearinghouse ecosystem. This system would facilitate multi-tier fee distribution, ensuring consistency across all marketplaces. That doesnt exist yet.

Make sense?


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