MyDream Interactive is bringing cryptocurrency mining to video games with the upcoming release of its new blockchain-based 3D mining title AllMine. The game features an in-game economy based on a new cryptocurrency called Jewelz, which plays can earn in two ways: by progressing through the game, and by using the JewelzMiner client on their devices.
AllMine features a series of mining-themed tile-matching games used to satisfy the cute, whimsical creatures known as Adoraboos, who live in a funny and edgy world of discovery. Players can discover new Utopias and Adoraboos, unlock aesthetic improvements and customizations, and advance their creatures and lands to higher levels. Players are encouraged to spend Jewelz in-game to improve and personalize their experience
AllMine runs alongside the lightweight JewelzMiner client, which can be run in the background on any standard desktop or laptop computer. With Jewelz and AllMine, users can mine cryptocurrency without their hardware overheating or producing excessive noise.
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“We decided to create Jewelz to enable anyone, regardless of their access to computation power, to participate in cryptocurrency mining. With the goal of democratizing cryptocurrency mining, we are building a stable foundation for the Jewelz cryptocurrency through gamification. Today we are introducing AllMine, a blockchain-based puzzle game, which will be the first stepping stone of the Jewelz mining application ecosystem. As the Jewelz platform grows, we will continue to release more games as well as educational applications to teach children basic economics, mathematics, and cryptography principles,” says Allison Huynh, CEO and founder of MyDream Interactive.
AllMine and Jewelz are scheduled for release on PC in Q3 2018 and for other platforms later in the year.