In your own virtual world, you’re running down a street, buying prostitutes, robbing people, killing cops. Through it all, you’ve got bitcoins at stake. This is the sort of game which could be forthcoming thanks to new technology like, Bitcoin, the digital currency designed in 2008 by Satoshi Nakamoto.
Grand Theft Auto, the open world action-adventure video games series, could get more open-world: that is, by incorporating digital currency. Here’s how.
The game, created by David Jones and Mike Daily, features fictional locales modelled on American cities, such as Liberty City, Vice City or San Andreas. The open world layout allows players to choose missions to progress the story, while at the same time engaging in side-quests that includes a heavy dose of action-adventure, driving, third-person shooting, occasional role-playing, stealth and racing.
The game is adult in nature containing violent themes, while being satirical and humorous. What if, during these side activities, players could earn, steal, win bitcoin, just like in reality. It is exactly this sort of gaming technology