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Troy Baker Partners with Voiceverse to Create Voice-Based NFT

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The Last of Us and Arkham Knight star Troy Baker, recently announced a brand-new NFT in partnership with Voiceverse that’s all about voice NFTs.

According to Voiceverse Voice NFTs provide unlimited, perpetual access to the underlying AI voice that NFT represents ownership of. If you own a Voice NFT, you can create all kinds of voice content, and you will OWN all of the IP.

Imagine being able to create customized audiobooks, YouTube videos, e-learning lectures, or even podcasts with your favorite voice! One of the fascinating things about Voice NFT is that you can’t right-click and save any Voice NFTs.

The real idea behind Voice verse is that you get a synthesized version of an actor’s likeness that you can use for whatever purpose you want. It may mean reading your favorite books before bed.

Response is not positive regarding Troy Baker Voice NFTs

Troy Baker’s recent announcement didn’t receive a positive response on Twitter. Baker’s announcement has 2495 likes at the time of writing with a staggering 347 retweets. That’s a big ratio.

Most people are pointing out the environmental concerns regarding NFTs. Furthermore, People are talking about exploitation, and how they only benefit people at the top.

According to Voiceverse, the NFTs will provide royalties to the original voice actor who was involved in building the NFT. Voiceverse adds, “If the value of the Voice NFT rises, the voice actor also benefits from the increased value.” This reflects what Troy Baker’s role will be in the partnership. Thus, it shows, whoever buys into his Voice NFT will be able to use his likeness to make him say whatever they want for whatever they want.

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