Who's the biggest shitposter at ETHDenver?
Come play "Paper Hands" with us, and let's find out! Paper Hands is a card game in the style of "Cards against humanity" but for crypto.
Made by the Ambire Wallet team, the game was a hit at Devcon 2022 and people have been playing it all over at conferences. So, this year we decided to host a "Paper Hands" tournament and see who's the most crypto-politically incorrect degen out there.
Rules are simple: We'll start at 13h with qualifier tables. All winners at the qualifier tables will gather on a final table to decide ETHDenver's Paper Hands Champ.
Yes, there will be prizes, you nuttheads...
🥇 | $500 in $WALLET tokens, Ambire swag pack & Ledger Nano S*
🥈| $200 in $WALLET tokens, Ambire swag pack & Ledger Nano S*
🥉| $100 in $WALLET tokens, Ambire swag pack & Ledger Nano S*
*The Ledger Nano S prizes are provided by our friends at Ledger joining the tournament
RSVP | Capacity is capped at 100, admission will be based on "First Come First Served". Registration before the event is mandatory.
Ambire at ETHDenver
The "Paper Hands" Tournament is part of our ETHDenver campaign this year. ETHDenver has grown to become probably the most important Ethereum conference in the US, expecting more than 10,000 attendees this year. Ambire Wallet is on the sponsors list and we will be having a booth where attendees will meet the Ambire team, talk self-custody and wallets, and, of course, grab the coolest (Proclaimed by conference visitors) swag.
As we had some very successful event campaigns last year, we decided to take it further this time and organize a meetup ourselves, so we will also host a mini-summit dedicated to the topic of crypto adoption. Join us in Denver on February 25th for an afternoon full of ideas and inspiration. There will be snacks provided and registration is free, but capped at 150 only, so hurry up and go register!
Basic rules of "Paper Hands"
To begin the game, each player draws ten white cards. The player who most recently lost money in crypto is the Crypto King and draws one purple card.
If Elon is playing, he goes first regardless of how recently he lost money.
The Crypto King reads the prompt from the purple card out loud. Everyone answers the prompt by passing one white card to the Crypto King face down.
The Crypto King then shuffles all the answers and reads each card combination out loud to the group.
Finally, the Crypto King picks the funniest play, and whoever submitted it gets one point. After the round, a new player becomes the Crypto King and everyone draws back up to ten white cards
The winner is the person who bought BTC at $1 or whoever has the most points at the end of the game.
A Sybil attack is managing to sneak in two white cards without getting caught to increase your chance of winning the round.
If the attacker gets caught, they skip a turn during the next round.
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