A Filipino earned $50 in a day in BlaBlaGame.io, rock-paper-scissors game

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The person won over USD 50 in 10 minutes in the blockchain-based rock-paper-scissors online game BlaBlaGame.io. The player, presumably a Filipino, signed up for the crypto game under the nickname ManilaCity, won, and withdrew USD 50 from the platform.

A Filipino earned $50 in a day in BlaBlaGame.io, rock-paper-scissors game
A Filipino earned $50 in a day in BlaBlaGame.io, rock-paper-scissors game

In the Philippines, the average salary ranges from USD 98 to USD 290 monthly, so the gain can be considered significant. On the BlaBlaGame.io platform, the user with the nickname ManilaCity played Rock Paper Scissors 5 times, selecting the games with the highest USD 10 bet and winning each time. At the same time, the player's balance sheet contained the same amount of funds for games with other players.

BlaBlaGame Rock Paper Scissors Crypto Game
BlaBlaGame Rock Paper Scissors Crypto Game

BlaBlaGame.io is a brand-new, extremely straightforward blockchain cryptocurrency game with real people.

Players create their own games and play them with one another, choosing between rock, paper, or scissors. The winner of each game receives the pot minus a small platform fee. You can play for Bitcoin (BTC), Tether (USDT), or the internal game token BLA (the most profitable choice).

In addition, you can earn in the game through the referral program and by purchasing BLA tokens at an early stage.

Due to the low-income levels in the Philippines and Latin America, blockchain games have become more like work than entertainment. The daily earnings of players in popular crypto games are close to the minimum wage in the Philippines, so it's not surprising that people view them as work rather than games, just like the Axie Infinity.

Despite the decline of the cryptocurrency market, the number of crypto-based games increases every day. As of May 2022, there were over 400 active blockchain games with at least one active wallet, a 95% increase from the previous year.

BlaBlaGame Crypto Game Philippines
BlaBlaGame Crypto Game

More than 35% of players would not work if they could play blockchain games full-time and earn at least USD 42 per day; therefore, the Filipino player who won USD 50 in 10 minutes on BlaBlaGame.io meets the "living wage" threshold.

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