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May 15, 2012, 11:50:31 AM
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The Bitcoin Challenge is a point-scoring game.  Once you have earned enough points you will be able to progress up a level and take-on more advanced challenges.


The goal of this game is to get most points.
This game is ongoing.
Points are very useful: you can use them to brag that you have more points than other people.

Points are scored by two factors, the number of people affected, the degree of how effected they are.  In general one point means one person has been affected by the task.

Any violent or ‘evil’ behaviour will result of loss of all your points and expulsion from this project.

Most of the tasks are Bitcoin related, however some are just fun.
Most of the tasks are In-Real-Life…  Online tasks or tasks without direct human interaction generally score much lower.

Small tasks are built-upon a honour system, just post in this thread that you have completed a certain tasks.
Later, higher-scoring tasks will require peer verification and evidences of their completion.


Every post needs to have the accounting for every task you have completed: such as:

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[Points scored in Previous Levels]  0  (this is the first level)
Task 1: 010
Task 2: 001
Task 3: 005

Total: 16 points

Some tasks can be completed as many times as one wishes, some tasks can only be done once per each user, and other tasks can only be done once by anyone. (these tasks are normally left for the higher levels, and are very high scoring.)

This thread is of the level [First Days] the tasks in this level are always available for anyone in any level.  You will progress from this level once you have reached 10 points.

In the higher levels it will be a requirement that you become part of a ‘guild’ to complete the more difficult mandatory tasks.   Since this is of a higher level, the rules will be explained the thread of that level.


Tasks: [Level: First Days <10 points]

Trivial:
0.1   Post in this thread your tipping address for tips on completed tasks.
0.2   Print out a cool Bitcoin logo/slogan; put it in a public place.  Take photo.

Super Easy:
0.4   Call random contact in phone, have 5min catch-up and discuss Bitcoin.
0.6   Talk to family member about Bitcoin.
1   Talk about Bitcoin to somebody on public transport.
1   Setup a Bitcoin wallet for a friend. Explain how Bitcoin works.
2   When shopping at your local mall, strike up a Bitcoin related conversation with a random.
3   Give a Bitcoin to everyone at a Family Gathering. (+ 0.5 per person above 5 people)

Easy:
10   Host a ‘Tupperware Party’ style get-together for friends and family for more than 10 people.  (Instant level up) - Requires photos for evidence.

Modifications/Multipliers:

(optional)   Role Dice when talking in-person:
1.5x         Low (1,2,3) Comment on how nice they look.
0x – 3x      High (4,5,6) Sell them a Bitcoin, for taking your out for lunch, if no accept 0x. If accept 3x


This is the first level... Thus the tasks in this level are appropriately tame.  Expect more challenging tasks in the next levels.

All tasks much have been completed AFTER the date of this post.

One off NP-Hard.
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May 15, 2012, 08:19:27 PM
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not a half bad idea,

I have done some of the above on my own, because bitcoin!

I think I'll try the Print out a bitcoin flyer and post it up somewhere public



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