Your kids are probably playing it. Microsoft recently paid $2.4 billion for it. It’s got over 100 million registered users. It’s the hugely popular video game called Minecraft. Everything in its world looks a little like Lego blocks. Players explore, mine and develop the game’s nearly unlimited, virtual land. Aside from being great fun, Minecraft is showing that wherever you have land and improvements — even when they’re simulated — you’ve got real estate and the potential for commerce that goes along with it.
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