The CryptoCup game may seem like another entry into the blockchain game family but the new game instead functions as a betting platform just in time for the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Unlike traditional betting platforms, the CryptoCup game allows users to build their own tokens. These tokens are created after a user has made their predictions for the 64 matches. The token then holds the player's predictions and allows the user to compete for the prize pool.
The tokens generated from the CryptoCup game can be sold on a secondary market and while these tokens are not a cryptocurrency, they do operate on the Ethereum blockchain and their values can increase or decrease according to market conditions. The prize offered in the pool will be split between the top 10 percent of the pool with a small consolation prize being given to the player who comes in last.
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