Mass Adoption on the Horizon with Cryptocentric, Augmented Reality Game CryptoHunt

Cryptohunt, a leader in AR technology, have announced new details of their new location based game “CryptoHunt”. A demo will be released and available for public access from February 2018

February 23, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

CryptoHunt is a location based augmented reality game that will enable players to get out, get active, and use their brains to solve riddles and collect CryptoHunt tokens. By using groundbreaking blockchain technology, the CryptoHunt game is redefining the way players are able to interact with games. The idea is similar to that of PokemonGO, but the glaring difference is that the coins collected have real value, and eventually, players will be able to link a Visa CryptoHunt card to their account to cash out earnings. The imaginative game will incorporate trivia in an innovative way so that players can earn tokens from completing tasks in their surrounding areas and play with their friends.

Prior to the launch of the TGE, the CryptoHunt demo being released February 2018, and players will have the opportunity to explore the game and test it out in real time. The demo will give players and investors insight in to the quality of this exciting new game, which aims to be a forerunner in the soon to be booming industry of crypto-gaming. Players who complete to 10 levels in the demo will receive a 10% bonus on the CryptoHunt TGE.

When you download the IOS or Android app, you can create your account and get to playing and earning CH tokens right away. Professor Crypto will ask a question, and you must search for the item or answer throughout your city. Only will you find the correct treasure chest containing what the Professor is looking for will you be rewarded. To progress in the game players earn collectible items, cosmetic upgrades, game rank by score and time to completion of certain missions, and tokens. The items players can win and find will be unique and registered on the blockchain, which means that a player can be 100% certain an item they have is in no one else’s inventory at the same time – this makes the game a “collectible game” at the same time, adding to the competition.

The vision for CryptoHunt is not only to bring those who are passionate about crypto together, but also to encourage everyone to get involved and start earning and learning.

The ICO will be begin on March 1, 2018 and conclude on March 15, 2018. The individual minimum cap is 0.1 ETH and the max contribution is 15ETH. Interested parties are encouraged to complete the whitelisting process, which includes a Proof of Care requirement.

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