Blockchain is changing the Internet and beginning to bear fruit via new cryptocurrency games. If you’re not living under the rock, you’ve heard of Crypto-Kitties.
CryptoKitties were amazing in 2017, but had more flaws than the way Mr. Zuckerberg drinks water in front of congress. Move aside CryptoKitties! There are new dogs on the block: Coin Dogs!
Players can race virtual dogs for profit. Players may buy dogs with the objective of breeding the fastest combinations, and players can sign up their dog into ongoing tournaments to see how they stack up against other dogs. Users can also personalize their dogs with accessories to be showcased on social media or rented out for breeding by other players.
Your dog’s performance on the racetrack is influenced by the dog’s DNA, age, experience, mood, and even lunar phase.
Racing in the game is free of any fees. Dogs can even race automatically on autopilot without your presence.. This is automation at work. This is a cyber dog racing game where you are like a real-world bookie for a cyber Seabiscuit named Hank.
Pixel Cloud’s earnings (the company behind Coin Dogs) is limited to breeding fees, sales of accessories and new dogs. They take security seriously and they won’t pull a ZUCKERBERG on you by profiting from your private information.
Apart from being fun, engaging, and entertaining, Coin Dogs serves a legitimate and serious goal in the underlying cryptocurrency ecosystem. According to Fred Willson, one of the most respected and prolific tech investors, Digital collectibles will be one of the first, if not the first, big consumer use cases for blockchain”. Many attribute Facebook’s early success onboarding millions of players to the viral game Farmville. Coin Dogs aims to be in a position to do the same for the crypto economy.
The game also has wonderful educational value, as it teaches about making real money, managing it and investing while providing entertainment value. As young people make real Litecoins, they prepare to fully enter and embrace the future crypto marketplace.
Pixel Cloud – The team that created Coin Dogs is prioritizing game play and player engagement above everything else. Based in crypto-friendly Panama City, their team of well-seasoned entrepreneurs, programmers, and artists aims for a big success.
Check out the new crypto game Coin Dogs.