Satoshis Games Studio has announced the first-ever Bitcoin battle royale game, dubbed Lightnite in a rather conspicuous reference to Epic Games flagship Fortnite, albeit without the fanfare of its game-changing Chapter 2 launch. So how does it work? What Is Lightnite? As of writing details are scarce, but Lightnite features all the trappings of any battle royale shooter worthy of the name, except with the Bitcoin twist mixed in. In a Medium post sharing the announcement, Satoshis Games co-creator Federico Spitaleri explains; Lightnite is an online multiplayer battle royale game where every specific digital interaction between players triggers a monetary reward or penalty. In simple words, players earn Bitcoin by shooting other players and lose Bitcoin when they get shot. Every playerRead More »
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Gaming powerhouse EA has authored a tweet urging its followers to invest in cryptocurrency and people are not sure what to make of it. | Credit: AFP
EA wants you to invest in crypto, or does it?
The gaming powerhouse authored a tweet a little over an hour ago pushing its 5.5 million followers to invest in cryptocurrency.
Source: TwitterIt’s brief, to the point, and on the surface-level an unequivocal thumbs up to the ever-changing and intriguing world of alternative currencies. Yes, we’ve entered an alternate reality where the world’s biggest companies have finally seen the light and are going all-in on crypto.
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