A publication has uncovered information on a Pentagon war game created in 2018 where Gen Z uses bitcoin to fight the system i.e. players were rewarded in Bitcoin (BTC) for taking down financial institutions.
The backdrop story has an uncanny resemblance to the current events in the midst of ongoing protests across the United States.
According to a June 6 article on The Intercept, the documents reveals that the United States Pentagon created a game called the 2018 Joint Land, Air and Sea Strategic Special Program (JLASS).
Members of ‘Generation Z’ are rewarded in Bitcoin (BTC) for their efforts starting a rebellion, i.e. “Zbellion”.
Players in the fictitious United States in the 2020s are given the proceeds of their attacks on target corporations, financial institutions, political and non-profit organizations supporting “the establishment”.
The gains are then converted to Bitcoin and distributed to “worthy recipients” including fellow Zbellion members who claim financial need.
According to the document, “Zbellion uses software programs to route any proceeds into laundering programs that ultimately convert national currencies into Bitcoin” and makes “small, below the threshold donations” to “worthy recipients”, including members who conduct the attacks or have a financial need.
Although it was allegedly created in 2018, the backstory of the game resembles the current forces driving some of the younger generation towards cryptocurrency in the United States.
The JLASS cites governments providing “erroneous or misleading information into official websites intended to confuse citizens and create mistrust” while citizens lose faith in traditional information networks.
The scenario accurately describes Trump’s attempts to use social media to twist the truth.
Meanwhile, Zbellion begins with rallies and protests to “expose injustice and corruption”.