Bitcoin Minecraft Server Satlantis Ordered to Shut Down Bitcoin Rewards Functionality After Distributing 1 BTC

“Mojang, the developers of Minecraft, have contacted us stating that we must remove the play-to-earn functionality from the server,” was announced in the server’s Discord.”This sucks. There’s no getting around that. But, SATLANTIS WILL LIVE ON.”“The Game That Shares its Profits with Players” works. And it works well. All of the time, money, and energy that we put into this game together will not be forsaken by a few dinosaurs at some conglomerate. We will be porting the Satlantis community to a platform that encourages innovation, instead of stifling it. We are currently exploring platform options and I will keep you all updated in regards to that.””The minecraft server itself will continue running (without any pay-to-earn functionality) for the foreseeable future. This is to ensure the transition to our next game platform is as smooth as possible and allow you all to continue enjoying the great world you’ve built,” was stated in the post.”Minecraft’s usage guidelines have indeed been updated to include a ban on play-to-earn features in user-operated servers, joining the previously announced ban on NFT functionality,” reported Decrypt.”Mojang threatened to block our server IP and cease-and-desist our server host if we didn’t comply,” the server founder David Dineno was quoted as saying.The incident happened just a few days after Satlantis boasted of distributing over 1 BTC to its players since the server’s launch. The server is said to have attracted over 2,300 players.

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