In a video, it was revealed that Morphologist has been working as a consultant for the crypto project Star Atlas, causing surprise and skepticism from the video’s creator, Montoya. While Montoya expressed concerns about Star Atlas’s ambitious goals and potential issues, he commended Morphologist’s involvement as a consultant and highlighted the positive response from viewers.
In this video, the content creator for Star Citizen, Morphologist, revealed that he has been working as a consultant for the crypto project Star Atlas. The video’s creator, Montoya, expressed surprise at this news and shared his skepticism about Star Atlas’s ability to deliver on its ambitious goals. Montoya explained that creating a stable in-game economy on the scale that Star Atlas intends will be extremely challenging, especially considering the potential issues with bugs and exploits. He also mentioned the downsizing of the Star Atlas team as cause for concern. However, Montoya commended Morphologist’s involvement as a consultant, highlighting the importance of having professionals with expertise in ship designs, both exteriors and interiors, to push the industry forward.
Morphologist initially announced his involvement with Star Atlas, revealing that he had been consulting on ship and location designs for a year. While Morphologist was proud of his work, he acknowledged the potential backlash for being associated with the crypto-related projects. The comment section of his announcement surprisingly had mostly positive feedback, with many showing support for the collaboration. Morphologist addressed concerns about any conflict of interest, emphasizing that his involvement was in his capacity as an architect, not a content creator, and that he did not own any NFTs or crypto. Montoya noted the positive response in the comment section and expressed his hope that Morphologist’s involvement could open doors for him in the game development industry, benefiting all spaceship fans.
Montoya concluded by summarizing his thoughts on the matter, reiterating his skepticism about Star Atlas’s ability to deliver on its promises within a reasonable timeframe. However, he also acknowledged the potential benefits of Morphologist’s collaboration and encouraged viewers to share their own thoughts on the issue. Despite the controversy surrounding crypto projects and the concerns raised by Montoya, Morphologist’s involvement could potentially lead to future opportunities and improvements in ship designs, which would be beneficial for all fans of the genre.
In this video, Montoya discusses the controversy surrounding Morphologist’s involvement with the cryptocurrency project Star Atlas. Montoya expresses skepticism about Star Atlas’s ability to deliver on its promises and questions Morphologist’s endorsement of the project, while acknowledging the benefits for Morphologist in terms of gaining opportunities in game development.
In this video, Montoya discusses the controversy surrounding Morphologist’s involvement with the cryptocurrency project Star Atlas. Montoya, who runs the largest organization in the game Star Citizen, believes that Morphologist’s work with Star Atlas could be seen as a conflict of interest. Star Atlas, a crypto-based game similar to Star Citizen, has faced challenges and criticism, including significant loss of value for its in-game currency. Morphologist has consulted on ship designs for Star Atlas, which Montoya acknowledges is a smart move on the part of the project. However, Montoya expresses his skepticism about Star Atlas’s ability to deliver on its promises and questions Morphologist’s endorsement of the project.
Montoya explains the importance of interior design in a game and suggests that Star Citizen should have hired Morphologist as a consultant for their ship designs. He notes that Morphologist’s expertise could have improved the interior layouts of Star Citizen’s ships. Montoya believes that working on Star Atlas gives Morphologist a foot in the door in the game development industry and may lead to future opportunities in projects like Star Citizen. While Montoya acknowledges the benefits for Morphologist, he raises concerns about the moral issues surrounding endorsing a project that he believes is potentially a scam.
Morphologist addresses the controversy in a post, clarifying that his involvement with Star Atlas was not an endorsement of the game or cryptocurrency. However, Montoya points out that by working with the project and publicly acknowledging it, Morphologist has indirectly endorsed Star Atlas. The comment section on Morphologist’s post is mostly positive, with many people expressing support and admiration for his work. Montoya notes that he expected more backlash but acknowledges that it’s a win for Morphologist to have gained opportunities in game development.
Montoya concludes by stating that he agrees with the points he made in his video and reiterates his skepticism about Star Atlas’s ability to deliver on its promises. He emphasizes that his criticisms are not a personal attack on Morphologist but rather a questioning of the project as a whole. Montoya also mentions that he plans to have Morphologist as a guest on his podcast to discuss these issues further. Overall, the video addresses the controversy surrounding Morphologist’s involvement with Star Atlas and explores the moral implications of endorsing a project with potential risks.