The popular crypto whale Cobie has offered multiple Twitter users $10,000 worth of ETH to set up an Ethereum wallet with variable outcomes. Jordan "Cobie" Fish, who was just named one of Crypto Briefing's top heroes of 2021, has promised to pay $10,000 to various Twitter users who have expressed anti-crypto views in reaction to a thread he wrote about using the technology in gaming.

Jordan Fish operates under the name Cobie and was recently selected as one of Crypto Briefing's top heroes of the year for 2021.
Cobie is one of the co-hosts of the popular cryptocurrency podcast UpOnly. Over several years in the field, he's also reported to have acquired a sizable portfolio of Ethereum and other digital assets.

"The outrage from gamers over the inclusion of NFTs is an astronomical unwitting vote against self-interests," he wrote in his tweet. "Why would a gamer not want to own their own in-game progress and achievements? It seems only beneficial for users to own those items personally, instead of the gaming company retaining ownership." Cobie added.

Over the weekend, a number of users reacted to Cobie's thread, questioning the worth of NFTs. Many people also believe that the environmental harm caused by blockchains such as Ethereum outweighs any potential benefits.
Over the weekend, a number of users reacted to Cobie's thread, questioning the worth of NFTs. Many people also believe that the environmental harm caused by blockchains such as Ethereum outweighs any potential benefits.
Cobie responded to one of the critics by offering $10,000 if they had an Ethereum address for listening to his remarks.

"If you have an Ethereum address, I'll send you $10,000 to say cheers," he said.
NFTs have the power to alter the gaming industry by allowing players to claim ownership of their in-game assets. While many big firms have looked to integrate NFTs as the technology has grown in popularity over the last year, the technology has often divided players and gaming companies.