The next big craze to hit the cryptocurrency world is that of crypto games. These are games that will usually have play to earn features that require one to connect their wallet and engage with the application. Imagine being paid to play COD: Warzone in BTC (Bitcoin) and be able to withdraw it to your own wallet.
One of the big markets that will be touched by this is the mobile gaming market. Most people in the world have access to a smartphone and are able to casually play a few games here and there.
We are going to be looking at how to set up a bitcoin lightning network wallet (the best one for now, in my opinion). You will be paid out directly to this wallet. The wallet we will be looking at is the Zebedee wallet; you are able to download it for Android and IOS. This will be like setting up any other wallet, just follow the instructions and you will be set to go. In these next examples, kindly note that you are paid out in Satoshis which are the smallest decimal of bitcoin.
The first game we will be looking at is Bitcoin bounce.
When you play the game there are daily raffles where players are eligible to win various amounts of sats. Varying from:
- 5000 sats
- 2500 sats
- 1000 sats
- 500 sats x5
- 250 sats x10
- 100 sats x50
- 50 sats x100
- 40 sats x100
- 30 sats x100
- 20 sats x100
- 10 sats x3000
At around 08:00 pm SAST everyday the raffle goes off and any players who win will be sent the sats to be claimed. Claiming it costs absolutely nothing thanks to the lightning network and it will automatically start your installed Zebedee wallet and the transaction will go off.
Another game from the Publisher is Turbo 84.
Turbo 84 is a simple racing game where the user collects tickets for the same raffle system. There are also bonus daily spins on a prize wheel which could net you a few more sats! The game is available for download on Android and IOS, however it is not available in certain countries.
These are but a few of the plethora of play to earn games coming up and out. These games are extremely simple to play and are an easy way to make a couple sats here and there.
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