Home » Blockchain ‘Go to jail:’ Community roasts Celsius-themed Monopoly board game Reading 3 min Views 5 The Celsiusopoly board game is priced at $99, with the U.S.-based e-commerce company offering free shipping to U.S. residents. The crypto community is having a field day mocking a new Celsius-themed Monopoly board game named “Celsiusopoly,” which has emerged on a United States-based online e-commerce marketplace. The announcement of the Celsius-themed board game came from the marketplace’s head of sales and partnerships, Stephanie Martin, who said the planning and production of the Monopoly spin-off came on the back of “months and months” of hard work. After months and months of back and forth, redesign, negotiating, editing and importing files, etc. we finally have a finished product. #onwardandupward 🚀 #Celsians pic.twitter.com/vHjN6xWZIJ — Stephanie Martin (@stephusastrong) September 7, 2022 According to the marketplace’s website, the Celsiusopoly board game is selling for $99.00, and some sales have reportedly already been made. However, the ill-timed release of the board game has seen the crypto community relentlessly mocking the crypto-lender-themed product, with one Twitter user questioning: The chance cards in Celsiusopoly are brutal pic.twitter.com/0z0VmCu2ff — Cam Crews (@camcrews) September 8, 2022 The Celsiusopoly board game has the Celsius logo centered in the middle of the board, with a “Do good. Then do well” slogan beneath, which appears to be in reference to a January 2021 tweet from Alex Mashinsky, the founder and CEO of the Celsius network. In addition to the Celsius-themed game board, box, and play money, the game also features themed rewards and interest, property, customer care, compliance, loan and development cards, along with an instruction manual and a die. Images of the purported board game do not appear to include any branding from Hasbro Gaming, suggesting the game may not be an official Monopoly board game. Celsius is a cryptocurrency lending platform that officially went into bankruptcy on Jul. 13, following a long-term liquidity crisis and series of halting withdrawals from customers. The cryptocurrency lending platform recently filed to reopen withdrawals for a minority of customers, with a motion for $50 million worth of the total $225 million held in the Custody Program and Withhold Accounts set to be released to owners. While shipping of the new Celsius-themed Monopoly board game is free for U.S.-based residents, there aren’t any returns available for unsatisfied customers. A Cointelegraph journalist’s attempt at purchasing the board game on the marketplace appears to go through, suggesting this could be a real product that people can purchase.