Real-time strategy game for mining "Crypto Gold" is launched on WAX

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The online real-time economic strategy game Prospectors is launched on the Worldwide Asset eXchange (WAX).

Prospectors blockchain game ends up on WAX

In a blog post on September 17, WAX announced that one of the world's largest dApps, The Prospectors, will be launched on the WAX ​​blockchain, which users purchase physical and virtual items with WAX tokens.

This decentralized strategy game based on blockchain that takes place during the 19th-century gold rush launched at the end of June 2019 on EOS. The designers of the game in particular intend to become fully autonomous over time.

Arielle Brechisci, Content Manager at WAX said the game will be launched on the WAX ​​blockchain within a few weeks so that WAX Token holders and millions of OPSkins Marketplace customers can start the game by adding:

"The exciting strategy game offers players endless opportunities to earn cryptogold by using blockchain technology, where they can start a business and explore a world full of resources for the taking."

WAX sued for the California court in 2017 ICO

Cointelegraph reported in August that the US Central District Court of California has appealed to OPSkins Group and WAX for video games for virtual goods in response to a complaint filed by Crypto Asset Fund.

The complaint included 12 charges – including fraud, unlawful trading practices and violation of the Securities Acts of 1933 and 1934. These related in particular to the initial offering of coins by WAX tokens.

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