One out of Three Ready to Leave Job to Play NFT Games: Report

1,103 people were respondents in the survey and half of the people accepted that they used earnings from NFT games for basic necessities.
Balthazar report: One out of Three Ready to Leave Job to Play NFT Games

The NFT gaming platform, Balthazar’s community insights report revealed fascinating facts and perceptions about the booming NFT space.

In the survey group of 1,103 people that included “who currently play NFT games and those who don’t yet play”. In the survey, they find out that around 32% are agree to leave their jobs if they could play NFT games full-time, which is quite shocking and surprising at the same time.

The report also shows that over two-thirds (65%) require average earnings of $42 from NFTs to quit their job, while more than half (55%) people need daily earning between $1 and $20 to “afford to quit their current job to play”.

In the survey, most of the people were from the Philippines. The people who have employment from this group, earn US$316 on average per month, or about US$16 per workday.

On the expenses from NFTs earning, more than half (52%) stated that their gaming earning used for basic necessities such as food, housing, and bills, while 19% have used it for education purposes.

“I’m not surprised by these findings because, just like us, our community is incredibly excited about the future in NFT gaming and the potential earning opportunities offered through Balthazar. They love play-to-earn games and many are ready to quit their other jobs to play NFT games instead, as they could potentially be earning the same, if not more from playing NFT games,” said John Stefanidis, CEO of NFT gaming platform Balthazar.

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