John McAfee Launches Bitcoin Play App Which Lets Users To Earn BTC Rewards
This Saturday, one of the biggest names in the crypto ecosystem, John McAfee, launched a mobile app that lets the users earn Satoshis for solving Quiz.
My "Bitcoin Play" app is now available for Android. Family friendly option as well as the adult friendly option featuring my voice cursing at your ineptitude. Earn Satoshis while being harangued by me. Educational as well:https://t.co/gzWbAS87ho
— John McAfee (@officialmcafee) May 4, 2019
The app appears to be a way to retain new users with Bitcoin. It will compensate its users with diminutive amounts of Bitcoin in units called “Satoshis” in exchange for correctly answering various trivia questions on topics like sports, general knowledge, and entertainment. The BTC is then sent to the user’s “wallet of choice”, which means that users will have to set up a Bitcoin wallet in order to receive their rewards.
Even though John didn’t say the exact purpose of him launching the app, it is a good instrument to draw in people to Bitcoin. The customers are incentivized to use the app by having the opportunity to
“compete against other users in John McAfee’s Weekly Competition League and win extra rewards and prizes.”
The payouts slowly increment as users correctly answer questions, which also serves as an impetus for them to mesh with the app over longer periods of time. Still, the complexity of the questions also develops as users continue to correctly answer questions.
You can play up to 25 games each day. In addition to regular gameplay, though, Bitcoin Play also pits players against each other in John McAfee’s Weekly Competition League where you can win additional prizes. You need a minimum of 40,000 satoshis banked in order to cash out. When you are ready to cash out, click on the Claim button at the bottom left-hand corner of the home screen. Enter your Bitcoin wallet address and then click the Claim button again.
Similar to “Who wants to be a millionaire,” users are given lifelines such as skip question, eliminating half the questions and time extension to help the users in their journey to win prizes.