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Matthew McCaffrey, 34, is an assistant professor at the University of Manchester and wrote a paper on the challenges regulating micro-transactions in video games.
This however, is where the ugly system of "micro-transactions" raises its distasteful head.
The company said that the acquisition represents an acceleration of its strategic initiatives, which over the recent months have included the acquisition of N-Cash, to enable it to offer an end-to-end solution for the micro-transaction industry.
We are enabling a new business model in the form of micro-transactions for users that prefer the pay-as-you-go model," said Karl Mehta, Founder and CEO of PlaySpan.
Add to this the slow pace caused by the additional of micro-transactions and loot boxes, and you've got an experience that seems to be geared towards the casual gamer.
Everyone can buy or sell using very fast micro-transactions enabling currency to be transferred between apps, games, vendors, operators and users in a transparent, trusted and efficient way, instantly buying goods and services or topping up airtime at fraction of normal cost.
These micro-transactions are a massive source of revenue for Rockstar, with one analyst claiming the company's Grand Theft Auto V has made over $1 billion from purchase.
Nexon pioneered micro-transactions and the free- to-play business model, and is widely credited with unmatched global expertise in sophisticated live game operations, nurturing player communities, and for sustaining titles for years, even decades.
If a competitor enabled online payments system for their micro-transactions, enable yours as well.
Some of the online games like Free-to-Play (FTP) are designed to eventually get you addicted through micro-transactions that initially seem harmless.
Though free to download, the gaming firm makes a fortune from the "gambling-like" features they insert into games - known as loot boxes and micro-transactions.