What is Human Mining?
If your mind immediately went to The Matrix…
Rest assured, it’s nothing so insidious.
It’s actually quite benevolent.
When a game is on the blockchain and provably fair, it creates an environment where rare and scarce items and game assets can have real world value, just like regular cryptocurrencies.
When players gather these rare resources and items, they put work into acquiring them. As we saw with Huntercoin, people are willing to purchase those for cold, hard bitcoins.
But what does it mean?
In short, it means that gamers can get paid to play.
You read that right. Paid. To. Play.
While skeptics may scoff, Huntercoin is the proof-of-concept experiment that illustrated the principle. Given how many games have tertiary markets for coins and items, it’s to be expected that a “cryptoitem” would have a price attached to it.
But what does THAT mean?
We’re going to see new kinds of games evolve. Games where the economics are every bit as important as the frame rates, graphics, and game play.
Developers are going to latch on to “Human Mining” because it’s a great way to keep and build loyalty. All things being equal, would you rather pay to play, or get paid to play?
This is unique to Chimaera.
Join us, and find out how deep the rabbit hole goes...
Token sale: https://chimaera.io/token/
White paper: https://chimaera.io/downloads/Chimaera_White_Paper.pdf
Bitcointalk announcement: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1784048.0