Cryptocurrencies and games!
At Bitcoin.com, you can sell and buy virtual coins from games like Escape from Tarkov.
The world of video games is undoubtedly influenced by the world of cryptos and blockchain and, in fact, there are many games that were developed on EOS and TRON, but it doesn’t stop there.
What is Escape from Tarkov?
It is an MMO FPS RPG, a massive multiplayer first-person role-playing game and also an online shooter.
The game features very realistic environments within a fictional setting located between Europe and Russia in a city called Tarkov. As the title suggests, the objective of the game is to escape this city and reach a free world.
What does this game have to do with Bitcoin?
The game in question has nothing to do directly with Bitcoin (BTC), but some users have realized that, as it is an RPG, it is possible to customize your character and increase your level thanks to the missions.
It is precisely in some of these missions that it is possible to receive bitcoins for completing them, in total, there are 15 bitcoins that can be purchased within the game and that anyone can obtain when completing missions.
Tarkov donates Bitcoins?
Being a game, what can be found in it is not real.
The game talks about bitcoins, but they are not real bitcoins, in which case they are currencies used within the game.
In addition, another interesting aspect to note is that this value varies constantly, even according to the character’s level of experience.
The game itself has an internal market to sell and buy these bitcoins in the game and, therefore, their value may vary.
What are these Bitcoins for?
The only purpose of these in-game coins is to be traded for items and weapons and therefore to fulfill the original idea of bitcoin as a form of payment.
Escape from Tarkov takes place in a dystopian version of the world, the creators thought well of exploring the idea of Bitcoin as a loosened coin from a centralized entity, the idea of putting Bitcoin into the game seems to me a tribute paid to the largest cryptocurrency by value market share.