MSCHF, the prank group behind the contest Finger on the App, is back with another game: Card v Card.
Card v Card is a competitive multiplayer bank account where the aim is to spend someone else's (MSCHF's) money. How exactly does that work? Starting today, players put their names on a waitlist to receive debit cards. MSCHF will send out access codes via text message on Monday, Sept. 21, according to the site's FAQ page. Redeem the code on the site and MSCHF will mail the card for you; the cards are free if you're selected.
Once players have their cards, the game begins. The cards link back to one bank account, owned by MSCHF, who will deposit money in the account at random. They'll alert players that money's been deposited via text message, so they recommend adding the phone number (available on the site) to your contacts. Read more...More about Games, Web Culture, Credit Cards, Mschf, and Culture