New Steam game gives away Bitcoin to its players

Steam game gives away Bitcoin | A new game gives away a Bitcoin (current value: $10,821) for the first player who can solve the 24 puzzles of the game first. It all starts on February 20th. Rumor has it that developers are connected to a Bitcoin Wallet Recovery tool called btcrecover.

Steam game gives Bitcoin away to Bitcoin trader – real or fake?

Montecrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma is a game where a player navigates in the first person view. The goal is to solve 24 “puzzles” to claim the ultimate prize for yourself. The game ends as soon as a Bitcoin trader has solved all puzzles for the first time. The selling price of the game is only $1.99.

“We are not here to promote Bitcoin. We think it can be fun to get a Bitcoin as a prize for our game,” write developers in the Montecrypto FAQ.

A curious addition under the heading “Conclusions” comes in the form of a direct link to btcrecover’s Github repository, which the developers claim could be “useful”.

A different perspective on the Ethereum code

The project takes a different perspective on cryptogaming from ongoing projects that have recently made headlines like this https://www.onlinebetrug.net/en/ethereum-code/. Crypto Kitties, the phenomenon that took the Internet by storm in December last year before disappearing just as quickly, is being pushed out of place this month by a new ethereal-based game called DEUS ETH.

In this world, “Tokenized Characters” navigate through a series of episodes that developers claim feel like watching “Game of Thrones”.

The Montecrypto team has now announced their wish to remain anonymous until the winner receives the prize.