Bitcoin has made some waves when it comes to (online) games, and there will be Bitcoin4iGaming conference in London next month. However, Bitcoin is not an actual in-game currency despite its best efforts, and maybe that’s not such a bad thing. HYPER on the other hand is an actual in-game currency, and also a digital currency using Proof-of-Stake.
HYPER users are incentivized to keep their coins in their wallet and having the wallet open at all times, in order to gain compound interest called “staking”. By having users from all over the world making up the network, this is true decentralization in its purest form.