What if a Game is Solving Real Life Problems?

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C Costigan
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Play-to-earn games can be the killer app for blockchain technology according to Adam Kling of Crypto Fights.

So how can the play-to-earn model add value to the lives of players, you may ask?

He recalls how when he was growing up, some people would tell him to stop playing games as it was perceived as a waste of time (been there).

This wrong-headed perception can change when there’s real money involved, he explains.

If only that were the case back when some of us were wasting away our days playing Space Invaders and Pacman.

On top of this, there’s the chance for players to earn and keep valuable in-game items. Kling also sees a world where gaming can become helpful in solving real-world problems.

Watch below for more.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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