Some things happen sometimes to widen our scope. Such is the case of cryptokitty, a game that recently made waves on the Ethereum blockchain. Someone bought some cats on the blockchain. S/he bred those cats and sold them for 246 Ethereum or $115,000 all on the blockchain! Same way you a game on a smartphone, this fellow played the cryptokitty game on the Ethereum blockchain and walked away with 246 ETH. (actually it was just one cat) ETH, Tron, EOS, all have tremendous potentials. This can't pass us by. From the news: What We Can Learn From Cryptokitties It’s the latest buzz in the blockchain world and they are completely different from what you might expect in the crypto space: Cryptokitties. Yes, we’re using the Ethereum blockchain now to enjoy, breed and trade digital cats. The game launched on November 28, and the number of users has exploded over the weekend. With people making real Ethereum by selling their precious cats, questions arise as to how these cats can be of any value. The logic behind the prices of these binary cats actually teaches us a lot about the value of blockchain cryptos and tokens. Moreover, Cryptokitties has shown the blockchain space can be used much more than it was intended for. Why Do Cryptokitties Have Value? So, what do you do with Cryptokitties? Well, you collect pictures of cats. Not only does the whole world love cats, but the game is not as dull as it sounds since you can actually breed the cats. Every single cat is unique and you can combine the special features of each cat by letting them breed. The kittens will be even cuter, and so on, until some people can’t resist the urge to spend their Ether on them. Important to know is that there is a limited amount of cats, like a cryptocurrency. Moreover, each cat has its own unique mathematical identity and can’t be accessed without the private key. Because of this, cats are scarce and truly unique. Assume everyone gets two kittens, and those kittens get kittens. This means that the Adam and Eve of the crypto cats become pretty rare to come by. Our inherent but often hidden human desire to collect things was triggered once again and a marketplace arose. Because of their desirability, unique features and the limited supply, the Cryptokitties have been valued by the market. This has lead to a serious Cryptokitty market on which the digital cats are traded. Reportedly, the most expensive cat sold to date was worth 246 Ether, or $115.000. Nearly 50,000 cats have been sold and a little over $6.5 million has gone through the Ethereum-based game.