New Minecraft Server Sets Players On A Treasure Hunt To Find Hidden Bitcoin

[image credit : Minecraft]

Bitcoin can now be earned by Minecraft players thanks to the new SatoshiQuest server. Players pay $1 for each new life, the proceeds of which go into a pool for the eventual winner.

Players connect to their own unique in-game Bitcoin wallet which is displayed on the screen HUD (seen below). The goal is to find the hidden Bitcoin before everyone else.

When a player gets close to the treasure (within 25% of the total blocks), their position is broadcasted to all other players. According to the creator of the server, this is to give everyone a fair chance and to make sure no one camps on the loot spot.

All Bitcoin transactions are completed on-chain for now. Its creator has expressed a willingness to see a fork of the server which would incorporate Lightning Network transactions.

PlayMC was once a popular Minecraft server which awarded players satoshis (the smallest unit of Bitcoin) for completing in-game tasks. The server shut down in 2017 – the year of Bitcoin’s greatest price increase to date.

Minecraft servers incorporating various altcoins also litter the history of cryptocurrency. Both Dogecoin (DOGE) and DigiByte (DGB) servers have come and gone in previous years. Few applications managed to gain popularity or withstand the constantly shifting cryptocurrency landscape.

Bitcoin (BTC) $ 71,495.16 7.54%
Ethereum (ETH) $ 3,693.99 20.43%
Tether (USDT) $ 1.00 0.13%
BNB (BNB) $ 607.56 5.75%
Solana (SOL) $ 187.84 10.96%
Lido Staked Ether (STETH) $ 3,684.20 20.15%
USDC (USDC) $ 1.00 0.17%
XRP (XRP) $ 0.541452 5.87%
Dogecoin (DOGE) $ 0.167103 12.35%
Toncoin (TON) $ 6.61 5.11%
$0.0000  $0.0000  (0.00%)
$0.0000  $0.0000  (0.00%)
$0.0000  $0.0000  (0.00%)
$0.0000  $0.0000  (0.00%)
$0.0000  $0.0000  (0.00%)
$0.0000  $0.0000  (0.00%)