• Gaming fintech firm Zebedee, in partnership with mobile gaming enterprise Fumb Games, has developed a game called Bitcoin Miner.
• The game has been played by more than one million people, showing the increasing interest and love for crypto mining.
• Zebedee also offers bitcoin rewards to those willing to listen to specific podcast segments.
Zebedee Partners with Fumb Games
Gaming fintech firm Zebedee – through its partnership with mobile gaming enterprise Fumb Games – has developed a game called Bitcoin Miner, a mobile application that simulates a crypto mining facility.
Bitcoin Miner Played by Millions
This would be fun all in itself, but there’s even better news today in that the game has allegedly been played by more than one million people. This is proof that everyone has caught, in one way or another, the crypto mining bug and are trying it out on a limited level.
The game is especially powerful for those with eco-friendlier feelings and tendencies as they can test out the world of digital currency mining without using piles of electricity and allegedly putting the planet in harm’s way.
Paul West – the CEO of Fumb Games – explained in a recent statement: The magic of Bitcoin Miner is that it’s a game about crypto that requires no crypto knowledge whatsoever to get into and earn real bitcoin…Ben Cousens – chief strategy officer at Zebedee – also threw his two cents into the mix, commenting: Bitcoin Miner’s success is great validation of everything we’ve been building at Zebedee. Free-to-play was a massive revolution in mobile gaming. We believe rewarded play will be just as disruptive. While it’s still early, successful projects like Bitcoin Miner are proving that this concept does resonate with users and that the games can scale sustainably.
Zebedee has been at the center of a wide array of popular (and recent) bitcoin-focused games and applications including developing chess games available for Android and iOS phones as well as programs offering bitcoin rewards to those willing to listen to specific podcast segments.