New online game explores next big cryptocurrency players including Elon Musk, Björk and Tom Brady

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According to Goldman Sachs analyst Zach Pandl, it has been boldly predicted that in 2022 Bitcoin will take market share away from gold due to the more universal adoption of digital assets.

Goldman Sachs has estimated the free float-adjusted market capitalization of Bitcoin to be nearly $700 billion (£523 billion), representing an impressive 20% share of the overall market made up of Bitcoin and gold – the value of gold available for investment is estimated at $2.6 trillion (£1.94 trillion).

Bitcoin has taken the world by storm in recent years, going from a concept in 2009 that was mocked and harshly criticized, to something many people now view as a long-term investment.

To demonstrate how popular cryptocurrency has become, uxsequence.io has created a “Guess Who’s Next” game, bringing a crypto twist to the hugely popular board game.

The game aims to inform and educate newcomers to the world of cryptocurrency how fast it is growing and how different it is being embraced by celebrities such as Elon Musk, Björk, and Tom Brady.

The game also sees big tech names with their big bank accounts across the board. Including Facebook CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg and Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak.



uxsequence.io has put a crypto spin on a classic board game

Elon Musk

Entrepreneur | Tesla CEO Net Worth – $779 Billion

One of the leading voices in the crypto space, Elon Musk’s power over the value of Bitcoin is unlike any other. His company, Tesla, announced a $1.5 billion investment in Bitcoin to be used in future transactions. Elon also recently announced his efforts to work with Michael Saylor on sustainable cryptocurrency mining and energy.

Bjork

Net worth of the musician – 45 million dollars

In 2017, the Icelandic singer accepted Bitcoin to buy her new album. His label has collaborated with Blockpool to encourage the use of digital currency by its fan base. The reason she wanted to allow fans to pay with cryptocurrency for her album was to “do things where you use blockchain and the benefits of crypto in ways that people haven’t thought of yet. “.

Tom Brady

Net worth of NFL football players – $250 million

Arguably, the greatest NFL player of all time jumped on Bitcoin by announcing his interest via Twitter following fan rumours. Brady changed his profile picture to the iconic laser eyes signifying his investment.

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Commenting on the original game and the rise of digital currency, Adam Waterhouse of uxseqence.io said, “It all comes down to these people changing their profile pictures to laser eyes to advertise their interest/investments in bitcoin, sometimes without even having to. a Tweet or explain anything.

“When our Twitter feed was inundated with laser eyes, we thought it would be a great idea to document this in a really fun post.”



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He continued, “We see this as an evergreen coin where when someone else goes laser-eyed or announces they are bullish on Bitcoin, they then appear on the chart or appear as a chart s’ it is currently declining.

“We believe that over time we will see more and more cards appear.”

You can play the game and check your cryptocurrency knowledge at uxsequence.io here.

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