CryptoHunt is an augmented reality game which uses game theory, economics, and pure old fashioned fun to entice users into playing. The company’s business model rests on the massive adoption of the game, bringing along lucrative sponsorship deals and partnerships with retailers, bars, fast food locations and other points of interest. Players will explore real world locations in search for virtual chests, items, and creatures investigating a layer of a mystical world placed on top of our own. They’ll compete and race to complete challenges, work together and against each other, and earn money while doing it. Sponsors can benefit from signing up with the game by making their retail location (e.g. McDonalds) a point of interest, and players will have to venture there. Sometimes sponsored locations might even have better items or higher rewards! The game’s isolated but globally compatible micro-economy serves both as a means to fund ingame actions by players (thereby offloading the tokens onto the company who place them back onto the market to regain profits) and as a means to reward players for not only completing ingame tasks, but also during live-streaming events by the audience.