Tag Archives: Bitcoin games

Solo List Assault 2.1: Super Nintendo Countdown – Unpopular Opinions #21

Unpopular Opinions #21

This is episode 21 of Unpopular Opinions with Ryan Tofil. Zing.

Ryan's alone again, just like he was all through college. Get out your hard hat because he's about to lob some truth anvils your way.

Ryan loves the Super Nintendo. So he's busting out a ten(!)-part series counting down the 100 best Super Nintendo games ever. Excited to see what came in at 91? You're in luck, because it's here. Looking for number 87? …

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Solo List Assault – Unpopular Opinions #20

Unpopular Opinions #20

Unpopular Opinions is back, and so is Ryan. This week, he brought along his favorite co host... himself.

In what's easily the weirdest UO episode ever, Ryan appears completely solo and spends more time yelling than ever before. Apparently, the person that makes him most upset is himself.

In what could potentially be a new format for the show, Ryan engages in List Assault. This time it's about video games. Or to be exact, it's …

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What is Bitcoin Gaming? What Are the Best Games?

Bitcoin gaming

Gamification is big news across the digital marketing sector right now. It's the concept of turning some otherwise mundane task, such as sitting through a safety briefing, into a game. The theory is that we will be more engaged, pay better attention and do the task more willingly and effectively.

The notion of Bitcoin games turns the gamification model on its head. Instead of starting with an important task and making a game of it, …

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Crypto and eSports Were Made for Each Other

Cryptocurrencies and eSports share more in common than most people realize. In fact, most people see these two industries as something completely different. One tackles finance while the other focuses on video games, when in fact these two features are intertwined. Video games themselves, the ones you'd find on Steam that are primarily focused on single player experiences, can be ruled out, even if they come with multiplayer options. The whole essence of eSports is …

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Spells of Genesis Predictions & Altcoin Debates – YMB Podcast E162

#YMBLive 162

This is episode 162 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast!

First up in this week's show, we'll cover the upcoming blockchain-based trading card game, Spells of Genesis. The project seems to have tons of potential, but some people don't like the way it's being developed and think it could fail. We'll explain how the game works and decide whether or not we expect it to succeed.

Then after that, …

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Tolerating Crypto & the Real Bitcoin Use Cases – YMB Podcast E122

Bitcoin Gaming

This is episode 122 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast!

Fist up today, we're chatting about Japan's official recognition of digital currencies and Europe's approval of Bitstamp. Has Bitcoin finally reached the point where governments can tolerate it or even support it? Is that a good thing, or are we worried about over-regulation?

Then after that, we'll cover the Nasdaq's list of real Bitcoin use cases. Cryptocurrency has …

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Karpeles Arrested, Bitcoin Gaming, Politicians, & More Bitcoin Headlines – #YMBLive 8-5-15

Daniel on #YMBLive Bitcoin Headlines

This is another wild episode of #YMBLive, our weekly LIVE Bitcoin podcast! Join us every Wednesday from 1PM-3PM Eastern as we cover the latest Bitcoin headlines and share plenty of crazy Bitcoin opinions. If you can't watch the show live, the audio and video will always be available to download.

This Week's Bitcoin Headlines:

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Bitcoin in Politics and Games – YMB Podcast E67

Bitcoin, Politics, and Games

This is episode 67 of You, Me, and BTC, the planet's most entertaining Bitcoin podcast!

This week, we're touching on two topics that might not be as different as some people think: politics and games. For starters, we'll chat about Rand Paul, America's first presidential candidate to accept Bitcoin donations. Many liberty-oriented people laugh at the idea of a libertarian running for office, but we'll see if we can spot any benefits.

Then later in …

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