As Bitroin expert Pedro told in his Twitter, he decided to create a thematic game, the purpose of which is to teach beginners the basics of the Bitcoin network.
New Bitcoin game
"I'm working on a board-game to help explain Bitcoin to friends and family. It aims at creating a playful way for being presented with some novel concepts that Bitcoin proposes while forcing some technical understanding via the game's mechanics." – says Pedro, the game developer.
The goal of the game is to imitate the Bitcoin network, in which each round represents 52,500 "blocks", and each player "extracts" Bitcoin, throwing the dice and trying to get the smallest number. It looks like a monopoly, but instead of paper money, everything is recorded in the digital public register.
Players take turns moving around the playing field, triggering events such as network attacks, tradingTrading
– is an economic term that means the process of independent trade, independent analysis of the market and the conclusion of trade transactions.Details profits, or recessions. The goal is to get the most Bitcoins at the end of the game. Many people on Twitter took this idea quite well.
Creating a new game for learning the basics of the Bitcoin network. Recall that on July 11, the Binance BCF charity foundation announced a new project in collaboration with the popular Satoshi’s Treasure online game. Now the most active philanthropists can get another key and get closer to the main prize – $1 million.
Editor: Jerg Wos