Cyberpunk 2077: this is the official watch with Blockchain technology

Cyberpunk 2077: this is the official watch with Blockchain technology

The most dystopian watch can end up on your wrist if you have hundreds of euros to spare in your wallet. CD Projekt RED has announced a collaboration with Blonie Watches for the launch of the T-2077 watch, inspired by the video game from the Polish studio, Cyberpunk 2077. It can be purchased at the developer’s official store for a price of 440 euros (plus about 11 euros of shipping costs). The funny thing is that the device has Blockchain technology, which it uses to determine that the person who carries it is its owner.

According to the official website, the owners of the T-2077 “benefit from the latest Blockchain technology, managed by the Arianne specialist firm”. In this way, the owners have a digital certificate of authenticity, which reduces the risk of counterfeiting. In case you want to sell, just use the official Arianne application to transfer ownership rights to the buyer.

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How is the clock?

The watch, built in titanium (case and wrist strap), will enjoy a two-year warranty and will start to arrive, if everything goes according to plan., in June 2022. It has a quartz movement and an LED display, covered in darkened mineral with a sapphire coating. Offers the option of setting the time in 12 hour or 24 hour format. On the other hand, the lithium battery is the CR2032 model (3V, 220mAh).

Cyberpunk 2077 is available on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, PC, and Google Stadia. Title you will not receive updates until 2022, but CD Projekt RED has explained that a patch with multiple changes will be implemented with the release of the next-gen version. They continue to trust the product and believe that it will be considered a great video game in the long run.

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Source | CD Project RED


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