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There’s a new Japanese Android and iOS game called Itadaki Dungeon that allows players to earn small micro-bits of BTC while venturing through 3,000 underground levels. The free game is a 2D course filled with weapons, special items, and cryptocurrency treasure.
The 2D Mobile Game Itadaki Dungeon’s mBTC Incentives
The company Atstage Inc. has recently launched a 2D video game called, Itadaki Dungeon, which allows players to earn bitcoin while trying to beat roughly 3,000 courses. The levels feature a dungeon-type of atmosphere where players can use a sword, hammer, or gun to attack starving monsters waiting to harm them. While perusing through the medieval landscape, little bitcoins appear, and characters can snatch the coins up and add it to their collected items. Each bitcoin-treasure contains a small amount of mBTC, and Itadaki Dungeon players can try and gather as much as they can while playing the game.
The game has a 4.1 rating on the Google Play and iOS app store and has some decent reviews on the platform alongside positive reviews on other forums. For players familiar with the games “Itadaki Street” and “Dragon Quest” the entertainment is quite similar.
“Test your skills in an expansive dungeon with 3000 underground levels,” explains the Atstage Inc. developers.
The courses are simple with flat, one-lane paths that you can rush through on your way to the stairway to the next underground level.
The Japanese Dungeon Game Follows Other Video Games Incorporating Crypto-Rewards
The Atstage creation Itadaki Dungeon follows other video games and fun mobile apps that offer cryptocurrency rewards. For instance, there is the game Bitcoinbandit a mobile phone game that allows players to earn mBTC. Coins are collected in the tournament mode within the game, and top-ranking players can earn additional mBTC payments. The game Counterstrike Global Offense (CS: GO) offers virtual currency rewards in Digibyte. While other altcoin networks like the game Spells of Genesis has integrated cryptocurrency rewards as well. Pokébits is a Pokémon RPG browser game that adds a BTC faucet to the gaming experience. Players compete in missions throughout well known Pokémon arenas while earning satoshis.
Just like the other games, Itadaki Dungeon will attempt to attract players with mBTC rewards. The game is free, but don’t expect to be a ‘bitcoin-millionaire’ overnight playing the Japanese mobile game, as the game’s reviews say you got to play a lot of courses to earn small fractions of mBTC.
What do you think about Itadaki Dungeon? Does playing countless hours of dungeon-like courses interest you if you are rewarded in mBTC? Let us know your thoughts about this game in the comments below.
Images via Itadaki Dungeon, Atstage Inc., and the Steemit user Shogun.
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When you are an entrenched player deep within a certain system, especially one as complex and inflexible as the banking industry, it can be hard to implement changes, even when there is a critical need to adapt to emerging technologies. If a company wants to appear as if it is keeping up with the times, it can simply announce that it is piloting the new technology. Such appears to be the case with Mastercard and cryptocurrency transactions right now.
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Credit cards giant Mastercard (NYSE: MA) is said to be keeping its options open on adopting the use of cryptocurrencies, under a just few caveats. The company reportedly wants to facilitate only fully-regulated, central bank-issued, non-anonymous coins. While such instruments are arguably not cryptocurrencies at all by definition, they also do not exist yet.
Although some central bankers have floated the idea of issuing their own digital currencies, either to help create a “cashless society” or to try and combat the popularity of bitcoin among young people, the plans have never gotten off the drawing board, assuming they weren’t just all talk to begin with. The closest attempt at implementation right now is the Marshall Islands’ Sovereign govcoin which is promised to come out later this year. And as the Russian Ministry of Finance recently informed President Vladimir Putin, the creation of a centrally-controlled decentralized coin is probably technically impossible.
“If governments look to create national digital currency we’d be very happy to look at those in a more favourable way,” Ari Sarker, co-president of Mastercard’s Asia-Pacific business, told the Financial Times. “So long as it’s backed by a regulator and the value . . . it is not anonymous, it is meeting all the regulatory requirements, I think that would be of greater interest for us to explore.”
Just a Toe in the Bitcoin Ocean
The company’s senior executive also said that Mastercard is running a cryptocurrency pilot program in Singapore and Japan, allowing some clients to “cash out” of bitcoin onto a card. However, this test is not “of scale” yet and the company has no exposure to bitcoin’s price.
“We are not operating trading of bitcoin through the MasterCard network,” Mr Sarker said. “The pilot is a toe in the water, we’re fully cognisant of the reputational risk.” There were strict KYC/AML (know your customer and anti-money laundering) controls, he added.
When should we expect to see national central banks actually issuing cryptocurrencies that Mastercard can use? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!
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