Tree of Life has a way for you to earn real gold with Bitcoin-like Boboo Coins

    
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Fancy starting your own Scrooge McDuck gold vault so that you can go swimming in your riches every afternoon? You’re going to need to start somewhere, my friend, and your first step is to play Tree of Life.

The cartoony sandbox is running a bitcoin-inspired promotion with new “Boboo Coins” that drop in game from mining (naturally). These coins show up randomly and there are only a limited supply of them in the game, period. The challenge here is to find and sell as many Boboo Coins as possible within an undefined time limit.

The reward? The studio promised to mail an actual “real gold” Boboo Coin to the house of the player who tops the sales. The press release was a little vague as to the weight or worth of this coin, but still, that would be a pretty great prize to get, no?

Source: Press release
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Paragon Lost

No, just no.

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Armsbend

Shrug. Maybe. If it’s a gold alloy with a bunch a crap thrown in then no. If it is solid gold then maybe – depending on the weight.

I’m not going to do days worth of grind for a mysterious paycheck.

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Melissa McDonald

solid gold? Not a chance. it will be 14K electroplated at best.

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Mewmew

It could basically be the size of a pinky tip as well. The game isn’t doing well enough to be giving out much for big prizes. It’s definitely not going to be worth the time people take trying to get it. They just probably think this will get new players to come in or something, rather than you know, listening to what the players actually want (which they’re very good at ignoring).