Fiats: the game is over! A virtual currency, a virtual world – or the opposite: cryptomonnages are coming to Counter-Strike. Players will now be able to win some satoshis. For the moment, they have to pay an entry fee.
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The startup BTC ZEBEDEE plans to launch the first servers for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS2:GO), during the 1st week of February 2021.
These servers implement Infuse, ZEBEDEE’s technology that allows players to earn satoshis based on their performance.
According to the CEO and co-founder of ZEBEDEE, the news caused a buzz in gaming circles.
Games such as The Sandbox and Axie Infinity are important levers for the adoption of cryptoskills.
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CS2:GO players using one of ZEBEDEE’s Infuse servers must scan a QR code at the beginning of the game, to pay a few satoshis.
The player’s earnings fluctuate throughout the game depending on their performance. Players who successfully complete the games can see their satoshis pot increase.
They can cash out their satoshis at any time via the Lightning Network.
ZEBEDEE plans to launch servers with no entry fee thanks to the support of partners; players will have nothing to pay thanks to the ads integrated in the process.
The CS2:GO regularly registers more than one million simultaneous users, and approximately 24 million active players per month since January 2020.
The game enjoys a large audience in regional and international e-sport competitions.
Successful regular players have the potential to earn 1 BTC, provided they spend hundreds of hours in front of their screens. Cryptomoneurs win important games by enriching the experience of popular games such as Counter-Strike. With the support of gaming communities, the adoption of cryptoskills on a large scale could be child’s play. No wonder that governments and central banks with their CBDCs find it difficult to take cryptos projects seriously? Winning cryptomoney by getting good at a game: Parents will no longer blame their children for spending almost all their free time on the controller – they might even hire a pro coach to win BTCs.
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