Monax launches blockchain-based Marmota Prime game

Monax launches blockchain-based Marmota Prime game

Digital legal infrastructure company Monax has just announced the launch of its first blockchain-based game. The name is Marmota Prime and its about winning donations in kind to charitable organisations, such as The Salvation Army, Toys for Tots and Edinburgh’s Royal Hospital for Sick Children. Beginning today, new challenges will launch on the platform every 24 hours until February 2nd, 2019.

Casey Kuhlman

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Casey Kuhlman, CEO and Co-founder of Monax, who recently joined Forbes Technology Council, commented:

At Monax, we aim to make professional functions more efficient through blockchain-based collaborative platforms. We have launched Marmota Prime as a method of simplifying and demonstrating the potential of blockchain technology to connect people around the world to create one ecosystem, as well as to support worthy charitable causes that we wholeheartedly believe in.

Marmota Prime players will be able to make predictions on precise temperatures in designated cities around the world. Monax will perform the calculations based on the defined game rules, while Wolfram Blockchain Labs will be a provider of computational intelligence to all users of the Agreements Network during the Marmota Prime Promotional game through an oracle.

Jon Woodard, Wolfram Blockchain Labs, said:

We are pleased to support Monax with computational intelligence from the Wolfram Knowledgebase and look forward to helping educate individuals about the potential of The Agreements Network coupled with computable data.

Monax has also announced the beta launch of its Monax Platform earlier this month.

Kuhlman concluded:

With the functions in the game mirrored in the Monax Platform, we hope that this daily challenge will provide a useful introduction to blockchain technology. The Marmota Prime game is proof that legal technology can be not only very powerful, but also quite fun and rewarding. Good luck!

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