Developers at Ninjalerts have created a Super Nintendo emulator on the Bitcoin blockchain which allows the gaming community to play classic titles.

Meanwhile, the founders of certain nonfungible token (NFT) projects have started giving company equity to their holders.

During the holiday season, Pons Asinorum, the founder of “The Plague” NFT collection, announced that holders would receive a portion of the company's shares.

In response to this, Ovie Faruq, founder of the Rektguy NFT collection, revealed a similar plan.

Despite potential legal risks, Pons maintains that the move is lawful as it was entirely unforeseen.