>This week, the Ethereum-powered virtual game world Decentraland threw open its doors with a $100,000 giveaway. At first glance, the idea doesn't seem that groundbreaking. A game world with simple blocky graphics, where users can interact with each other and build their own creations? It's practically Minecraft.
>Look beyond this base concept though, and you'll soon see that Decentraland is a different beast entirely.
>No single company will have the power to modify the world or prevent others from accessing it.
Looks nice. Anyone here who tried it yet?