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Crypto Poker, cryptocurrency-themed playing cards

Poker cards with the symbols of the four major cryptocurrencies instead of the classic ones: this is the project of the Crypto Playing Cards, developed in Switzerland and which aims to spread the knowledge and use of cryptocurrencies.

This means no more spades, hearts, diamonds or clubs, but rather Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin and NEO.

Each symbol has a different colour and the characters depicted in the figures were designed to represent the cryptocurrency of their suit.

The crypto playing cards are made of premium cardboard coated with extra smooth finish. They can be purchased online and the cost of a single deck is about 15 dollars.

In this way, in fact, anyone who uses them to play Poker, Blackjack or any other card game, will have to deal with the four cryptocurrencies.

An original idea, but not revolutionary. For the creators the important thing is that using these crypto-decks more and more people are able to get in touch with the cryptocurrency world.

For example, they could an opportunity to explain to more people what cryptocurrencies are and how they work, as well as to tell them how they could be useful to them and their families.

In fact, especially during the holidays, family games with cards are very popular, and using one of these decks could arouse curiosity in players who are not experts in cryptocurrency but want to deepen their knowledge.

The creators of the initiative hope that in this way more and more people will ask themselves what cryptocurrencies are, raising questions and objections, which in turn may lead to answers and a greater interest in the sector.

The cards can be purchased on the Crypto Playing Cards website paying, of course, in cryptocurrencies: the company accepts Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Stellar, Litecoin, NEO, GAS and Nano, but they also accept payments in fiat with Paypal and credit cards.

Marco Cavicchioli
Marco Cavicchioli
"Classe 1975, Marco è stato il primo a fare divulgazione su YouTube in Italia riguardo Bitcoin. Ha fondato ilBitcoin.news ed il gruppo Facebook "Bitcoin Italia (aperto e senza scam)".