Reality Clash developer opens the doors on a temporary crypto-only London store

Soho store set up to educate the public on cryptocurrency will hand out free virtual coins

Reality Clash developer opens the doors on a temporary crypto-only London store

Reality Gaming Group is running a week-long temporary store to provide education on cryptocurrency and blockchain tech.

The London Soho location will stock merchandise for the developer’s mobile title Reality Clash. But rather than paying with physical currency, attendees will be offered free crypto-coins to spend in the store.

Over the week, Reality Gaming will run sessions on everything from creating a digital wallet to working out how to purchase cryptocurrencies.

A partnership with Soho Radio will also see daily broadcasts discussing what crypto and blockchain tech can offer the worlds of music and gaming. 

Allow pop-ups

“Our pop-up store, plus the launch of Crypto Week, will give everyone the chance to learn how to use cryptocurrency, while also offering some great entertainment, including live bands, video games, competitions and more,” said Reality Gaming Group co-founder Tony Pearce.

“We are conscious that many people are aware of cryptocurrency but don’t know where to start with it – or think that you have to invest thousands of pounds.”

Reality Gaming’s store will run alongside London Crypto Week from September 10th to 14th September. For more details, check out the post on our sister site

Reality Gaming Group's Tony Pearce will be speaking about one year of Reality Clash at Pocket Gamer Connects Helsinki 2018, which takes place from September 11th to 12th.

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