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What is Bitcoin Gaming? What Are the Best Games?

Bitcoin gaming

Gamification is big news across the digital marketing sector right now. It's the concept of turning some otherwise mundane task, such as sitting through a safety briefing, into a game. The theory is that we will be more engaged, pay better attention and do the task more willingly and effectively.

The notion of Bitcoin games turns the gamification model on its head. Instead of starting with an important task and making a game of it, …

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Choosing a Crypto Trading Strategy – CFDs or Coins?

Cryptocurrency trading comes in all shapes and sizes. There are hundreds of different coins and different industries to choose from.  This makes the market a lot more vibrant. But there are traders that are not satisfied with the already existing options and demand more.  Usually, these traders are reinforced by traders who migrated over from traditional financial markets such as stocks or Forex. Due to relatively different market infrastructure, many got off-put from trading cryptocurrencies …

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Crypto and eSports Were Made for Each Other

Cryptocurrencies and eSports share more in common than most people realize. In fact, most people see these two industries as something completely different. One tackles finance while the other focuses on video games, when in fact these two features are intertwined. Video games themselves, the ones you'd find on Steam that are primarily focused on single player experiences, can be ruled out, even if they come with multiplayer options. The whole essence of eSports is …

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Crypto Predictions That Didn’t Come True in 2019

The year 2018 was rough for cryptocurrency. Bitcoin rang in the new year with prices above $20k, then gradually crashed for the next 11 months. Throughout 2018, people made numerous predictions about cryptocurrencies that were to have come true by 2019. And while some crypto analysts have good track records, many predictions definitely did not hold true (at least thus far in 2019). In fact, for almost a year straight, crypto gamblers who shorted BTC …

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Boredom in the Bubble Aftermath: Accumulation and Participation

The first cryptocurrency is just about 10 years old, and throughout its short lifespan Bitcoin's asset class has caused quite the uproar in financial, business, and countless other circles. It is easy to observe how the nascent crypto market changes shape with each passing year, as status quo authorities and relentless enthusiasts continue their epic game of tug-of-war. In 2017, cryptocurrency was a groundbreaking evolution that threatened to upend the finance sector. In 2018, it …

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The Best Odds of Winning at a Crypto Casino

So you have some cryptocurrency and you want to win some more of it. Congratulations are in order, because you're in for hours of fun and excitement. But don't register and deposit at a crypto casino just yet. To give yourself the best chances of successful crypto gambling, here's what you need to know.

Choosing the Best Games

Every game at a BTC casino has what's called a House Edge, which indicates how much of …

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Looking at the Possibilities of Fiat Crypto Interoperability in Full-Service Banking

With the advent of cryptocurrency and its subsequent impact on the world economy, the doors to a plethora of business opportunities that earlier seemed inconceivable have opened up. The cryptocurrencies, decentralized apps, smart contracts, and the blockchain technology in general have paved the way for a new technological tomorrow. Features such as seamless & ultra secure transactions, interoperability, robustness, transparency and reliability have made the blockchain based economy a sought-after investing option.

Crypto Fintech Market…

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Leonardo Render – Rendering Reimagined for the Blockchain Age

Mining crypto is a profitable business but it requires a fair amount of investment in fixed assets, namely processing power. Crypto prices are also spectacularly volatile.

Managing mining capacity to keep it in sync with network demand in order that the capital outlay for graphical processing units (GPUs) is maintained at full capacity is hugely important for the bottom line. When prices fall so too can the returns, depending on the protocol. Add to that …

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