Tag Archives: Bitcoin gaming

777.BINGO – Games and Entertainment on the Blockchain

Most people associate blockchain with alternative currencies or the newfound hype surrounding Bitcoin. While it is true that the first popular case of decentralized information and value storage was and is Bitcoin, not many people know about the inherent value and benefits of using blockchain technologies.

At its simplest, decentralized apps, or DApps, are applications that run on a network that is not under the control of any one entity. If you think about the …

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The Future of iGaming Businesses & Cryptocurrency

The recent increase in mergers and acquisitions in the iGaming industry should surprise no one. Growing demand and rapid regulatory changes for the industry has forced some of the largest operators to unite to survive. Introduction of new taxes and hiking existing ones makes it logical for firms to look for ways to cope with rising costs and thinning profit margins.

A good example is an announcement made in August 2017 by the UK government …

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How Does Bitcoin Impact Gaming Industries?

Last year, many gamers complained that they could not find affordable graphics cards. The reason was simple: Cryptocurrency mining sent the value of graphics cards to the moon. Even though Bitcoin can hardly be mined for profit with regular gaming graphics cards from AMD or Nvidia, these cards actually work great when it comes to various altcoins. However, cryptocurrencies and blockchain are changing the way the gaming world works too. Let's see how.

Combining Bitcoin's…

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Which Cryptos Do the Most Popular Casinos Use?

Most online casinos only offer players the option to gamble with real money. With the price surge and the popularity of cryptocurrency in the past several months, several casinos have adopted virtual currencies as an alternative to fiat currency. A player who wishes to use crypto will be required to open a crypto-wallet from where they can withdraw and deposit crypto coins. There are specific crypto ATMs across the world which dispense crypto coins.

Leading …

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Revolutionizing the World of Intellectual Games

The world of intellectual games is on the verge of a revolution.

According to statistics, 97% of players are unable to monetize their winnings and achievements by converting them into fiat money. Those who make attempts often face fraud, loss of earnings and virtual obstacles.

But that is in the past. Worldwide change is coming.

A decentralized gaming PvP platform IQeon is going to become the revolution in the field of intellectual online games. The …

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Major Online Retailer *Stops* Accepting Bitcoin. Bring on the Haters. – YMB Podcast E208

Live Bitcoin Podcast

This is episode 208 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast.

As the Bitcoin price continues to soar to mind-boggling heights, some people just have to kill the buzz. There are plenty of tweeps out there who look for every possible opportunity to discredit crypto, likely because they feel bitter for never investing in it.

To be fair, there's absolutely nothing wrong with criticism. We need to be able to take …

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The Free Market Chose Digital Kittens Over Everything Else. Now What? – YMB Podcast E207

CryptoKitties

This is episode 207 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast.

Whether you like it or not, CryptoKitties took over the internet this weekend. And the collectible cats didn't just dominate social media. They literally took over the Ethereum blockchain, filling up the blocks and causing a spike in transaction fees.

What on earth could this mean? Isn't the blockchain supposed to be used for more noble purposes? And aren't …

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The Abyss Digital Distribution Platform to Collaborate With Game Developers and Players

The Abyss is a digital distribution platform which aims to revitalize the growing video game industry by providing gamers and developers with earnings incentives and a platform that will boost community growth.

Developers have become focused too much on sales. Tons of marketing expenditures are necessary to get a product out there. And this process has started to impact the actual game development cycle. Developers are starting to increasingly compete with each other over marketing …

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