Random Thought of the Day - Daily Contest #71 - Doctor Who Blockchain Game!
Hey folks. How is everyone doing today.
Here's a great opportunity to get involved early with a new Blockchain game that is pretty much guaranteed to be a massive success due to the Doctor Who franchise.
The game hasn't even started yet and some cards are already bbeing sold for thousands!
You get $0.10 of crypto every day just for logging in and since joining I have received 2 packs for free worth $10 and $25 worth of crypto as a good will gesture from the developers because of technical problems.
This looks set to be a really good game with similarities to Magic The Gathering and Splinterlands but with a whole extra level of gameplay going on.
You could simply login for 50 days and buy the cheapest pack of cards for free.
I used a video from the website to create this animated gif.
"Turn off your mind, relax, and float downstream." - John Lennon
I have started this competition in the hope that it will prove to be a fun and interesting way to get people to interact and engage with each other here on #proofofbrain. After all that's what it is all about.
It could be about anything really, ranging from a memorable quote to a story or maybe just a random question about life itself. Literally any subject is open for discussion but I will try and not let it get too crazy !
You are also welcome to talk about any other random subject you like.
To enter the competition you simply have to make any type of comment on this post and I will do a daily random draw for 3 lucky winners.
You are not required to Upvote, Re-Blog or Follow but it would be quite nice. 😁
1st Place = 5 POB + 1 Upvote
2nd Place = 1 POB + 1 Upvote
3rd Place = 0.50 POB + 1 Upvote
I will also be giving out free Love, Beer + Pizza daily to any comments I really like.
Congratulations To Yesterdays Winners
I use https://www.random.org/ to pick the winner with TRUE RANDOMNESS !!
RANDOM.ORG offers true random numbers to anyone on the Internet. The randomness comes from atmospheric noise, which for many purposes is better than the pseudo-random number algorithms typically used in computer programs
Rules - Respect and Be Respected (P.L.U.R.)
Thanks for reading. #rtotd