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Another blockchain game is CryptoKitties, launched in November 2017. The game made headlines in December 2017 when a cryptokitty character - an-in game virtual pet - was sold for US$100,000.[irrelevant citation] CryptoKitties illustrated scalability problems for games on Ethereum when it created significant congestion on the Ethereum network with about 30% of all Ethereum transactions being for the game.[irrelevant citation]
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- Laignee Barron (2018-02-13). "CryptoKitties is Going Mobile. Can Ethereum Handle the Traffic?". Fortune. Retrieved 2018-09-30.
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