Why is Minecraft banning players?

Mojang Studios, the creators of Minecraft, has clarified that they do not support the integration of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) into the best-selling game of all time.

In a blog post, the Microsoft-owned game maker said that NFTs and blockchain technology are not in line with its goal of making Minecraft a secure and complete experience. So, he’s banning all integrations of the technology. The post said:

How the ban system works in Minecraft

The new ban system in Minecraft has received a lot of negative comments from the community, but hopefully it works to improve a safe and welcoming in every Minecraft server. If you’re only playing with local friends, you don’t need to worry, but if you’re playing online with random people, this new ban system can be abused to permanently ban a player. This power should only be used to make Minecraft a better place, but unfortunately that’s not always the case.

The only way a permanent ban can be initiated is through player reporting. In World Chat, a player can be selected and reported for various reasons. The reporting player can select the offensive behavior and add comments. Here is the list of violations that can result in a ban:

Activities players should not engage in to avoid violating the Community Guidelines

  • Hate Speech – Use of derogatory or hateful language, including insults, towards people. This applies in particular to targeted statements about a person’s race, gender, sexual orientation or appearance.
  • Sexual contact or inducing improper contact: Mojang and Microsoft have created a Minecraft gaming community that includes players of all ages. To protect this community, sexual contact or inducing improper contact is a violation in all respects. This includes “role-playing” sexual encounters and attempting to reach out to other players for unwanted physical contact. This rule is critically important to protect younger players from adult topics they may not be prepared for.
  • Personal information disclosure/doxxing: Doxxing is known for disclosing another person’s private information, including full name, address, and other personal information. This act is usually performed with the intention of harassing the drugged player in the real world. Of course, the Minecraft Community Guidelines don’t allow for this type of targeted harassment.
  • Real world threats – When players have real contact with each other, personal and real world threats will not be accepted in any way. Wishing or threatening bodily harm to other players in general will result in severe bans.
  • Posting links to malicious software: Since Minecraft can place text links within the game, it is an infringement to provide a web link to malicious software. This includes viruses, spyware, trojans and other software designed to harm a player’s computer or run away with his private information.
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