Minecraft, one of the best-played games, now, enables the bitcoin lovers to win in Bitcoin’s satoshis via treasure hunt. They have launched the new Minecraft MOD, SatoshiQuest, to play with Bitcoin-Satoshis.
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Open-Source Treasure Hunt
When starting with the game, each one will have an integrated wallet with the Minecraft Universal Unique Identifier (UUID). The most interesting and special thing about this newly added feature is its open-source nature: all the transactions will be done on-chain.
Upon entry in the treasure game hunt, one will have to deposit $1 worth of BTC. The deposited funds will then be used to pay for the lives. One every $1 being submitted, there will be fees-$0.25-0.30 on every transaction.
The players will go for the Minecraft vast landscapes to find out the hidden treasure- bitcoin. Whenever a player gets close to that BTC treasure, his location will be out and other players will then compete to get that loot spot.
The submitted $1 for lives will be used respectively: 90% goes as a treasure reward while 10% reserved for the server’s costs. When a player is successful in finding loot pot, he or she will receive 85% of the treasure’s fund and 15% will then be directed for the next loot pot.
Minecraft’s recent server, SatoshiQuest, is not the first one, on the part of Minecraft, to use BTC but there was also a server called BitQuest-first Minecraft MOD that denominated in crypto.
Video Games will boost the Crypto Adoption
Video games are employing the Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies to be used on the network to win in real-time processing assets. And the acceptance of digital gold by the giant gaming network is good news for the crypto community.
The video gaming industry is, now, hitting the $86 billion per the latest reports. The entrance of the crypto in the video gaming universe will enhance the adoption of digital currency in a wider context.