If you’ve ever been to a casino, maybe you’ve noticed where all the noise comes from.

Most of the time, it’s at the craps table or roulette wheel — both games where the whole gang can beat the house together. Very easily, one can feel like they are part of a community.

When it comes to crypto, a world often compared almost daily to gambling at the casino, it might be easy to overlook the sense of community that many in the space claim is part of why they stick around. Bitcoin, after all, has experienced more than a few 80% collapses, and yet it still captures the attention of the globe.

In this week’s episode of Coinage, we take a look a closer look at what community in crypto is all about by inserting ourselves into an event held by one of crypto’s once most-used NFT projects and one of the first to offer its holders gaming utility. The NFT game, Zed Run, lets users buy and breed digital horses to race at the digital track.

So we headed to a Zed Run community race in New York City to see for ourselves.
0:00- Open
0:51- Intro
3:00- What is Community?
8:36- Let’s Explore Zed Run
16:48- Interview with Chris Ebeling, Co-creator of Zed Run
26:02- Conclusion

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