Brighton, England. Wednesday 27 th March 2013
UK MMO developer RedBedlam now accepts Bitcoin as a payment option for free-to-play MMORPG - The Missing Ink.
RedBedlam was among the first MMO developers to eschew the subscription business model for MMO games back in 2006 with their historical MMORPG Roma Victor.
Fast forward to 2013 and RedBedlam is again at the forefront of virtual economics and virtual currencies with the adoption of the peer-to-peer crypto-currency Bitcoin.
Kerry Fraser-Robinson, RedBedlam's CEO, commented: “We're delighted to support Bitcoin. We believe in the virtual currency and we think, as an Indie games developer, that this is exactly the type of payment option we should offer to players of The Missing Ink and also future games we have in development.”
RedBedlam is the first MMO developer to offer Bitcoin as a payment option for in-game credits and has ensured that Bitcoins represent the best value-for-money for players buying in-game credits.
You can purchase in-game credits for The Missing Ink using Bitcoin via the games online shop – www.missing-ink.com/shop
The Missing Ink is currently in Open Beta. You can play the game for free right now via the browser or by downloading a PC or Mac game client.
RedBedlam Ltd. was founded in 2001 in order to create virtual worlds and to realise virtual economies. Since foundation, the company has continued to develop its proprietary virtual world and virtual economics technologies, developing both its own IP and providing services and middleware to third parties. RedBedlam is a fully independent and privately held company.
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About The Missing Ink
The Missing Ink is a totally unique multi-platform online game world that combines the typical RPG elements of MMORPG's but in addition every player receives their own Virtual World called a Blurb to build on and share with friends via a simple web link. The Missing Ink was features a single game world that can be connected to via multiple devices including PC, Mac, in the browser, iPad and Android tablets.