Solitaire originated across northern Europe and Scandinavia, with some evidence of its origins beginning in France under the name of Patience as early as the late 1700s before expanding globally.
Solitaire experienced exponential growth in the 1990’s alongside the rise of personal computers, as computers became part of our daily lives, especially as Windows 3.0 came to market.
The Solitaire application was initially intended to help individuals get comfortable with the then-unfamiliar Windows operating system. Solitaire introduced new computer users to the computer mouse, along with its drag-and-drop commands.
Solitaire, in its Klondike, Free Cell, and Spider forms, has reigned supreme over an in the ever competitive gaming market for the past two decades. Despite the vast library of games available for every age and taste, Solitaire remains the most popular computer game of all time. Solitaire offers an outlet of fun for everyone. Whether it's for the simplicity or the ability to play anytime, anywhere, you can find audiences of all demographics playing on planes, trains, and waiting in line at any store.
At THNDR, we’re taking a page out of the Solitaire history book. ✍️ Solitaire educated a generation of people on computer usability, and we’re bringing this lesson into the next generation of emerging tech: bitcoin. By using a simple, fun, and familiar game everyone has played, we can introduce the world to bitcoin.
Club Bitcoin: Solitaire is a free to win mobile game available in the App Store and Google Play. Simply download, play, and you’ll win bitcoin! Check it out and join in on our worldwide tournaments, hosted every weekend. Help us onboard the world to bitcoin and share with your friends and family!
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