The technology behind blockchain is still little understood by most people, but gamers are ripe for making use of it as the market expands to offer more blockchain-based games.
A new partnership is planning to open a Macau-based casino where punters can use crypto-currency tokens to bet, despite the territory’s current ban on blockchain-based gambling.
A company in Macau is planning to create the first blockchain-based casino in the world. There are huge gambling benefits to be gained with this technology.
Hackers have stolen thousands of dollars in two attacks that exploited coding flaws on the platforms.
A French football club has partnered with a blockchain platform to become the first such team to have a cryptocurrency strategy.
Crypto-gambling is growing but so is the legislative headaches as regulators try to tackle anonymous accounts and illegal market predictions.
Blockchain could ultimately bring big benefits to sports betting companies and their customers, but it is going to find GDPR a very high hurdle.
The Law Commission of India’s recent report discussed gambling in the country, including the role of cryptocurrencies in the gambling sector.
Recent raids in China seek to end the countries fixation on betting but, because of interest in the World Cup, the need for underground operators continues.
CashBet, a gaming platform based on blockchain technology, has just raised $38m (£28.8m) to fund its potentially revolutionary project.