First-Ever Blackjack Game on Bitcoin SV Blockchain Goes Live

You can now play Blackjack on the Bitcoin SV blockchain.

Bitcoin gambling company BitBoss is releasing the first ever blackjack game that lives entirely on the Bitcoin SV blockchain. The move highlights BitBoss’ commitment to proving once and for all that Bitcoin SV is the best cryptocurrency for gambling operators and gamblers alike today.

More About Playing Blackjack Using Bitcoin SV

One of the challenges crypto enthusiast and gamblers alike face in using Bitcoin SV to gamble is that Bitcoin SV wallets simply aren’t as popular as other cryptocurrencies and many exchanges don’t actually take Bitcoin SV.

One of the cool things using Bitcoin SV allows BitBoss to do is to make it easier for players to exchange other cryptocurrencies for Bitcoin SV. This means as a gambler, you don’t have to worry about holding your Bitcoin SV on an exchange online, and you also don’t have to worry about the fact that holding Bitcoin SV on a hardware wallet is also challenging. Simply convert whatever cryptocurrency you have into Bitcoin SV right on the BitBoss platform and you’re ready to play.

What BSV Represents for Multi-Decision Games

In trying to figure out how to provide gamblers with provably fair outcomes within the existing Bitcoin SV environment, the BitBoss team has decided the best way to offer this is to stack no fewer than 25 outcomes or hands dealt into one block stored on-chain. That’s what the current version of the Bitcoin SV blockchain will allow for.

Every time a new block is mind on the blockchain, BitBoss can create another string of transactions for a user or group of users. This means that more and more outcomes can be displayed as provably fair and tracked on the ever immutable blockchain with very little issues.

The Next Frontier for Bitcoin SV And BitBoss

When it comes to gambling, blackjack is far from the only multi-decision game available for players to wager on. Far from it. Roulette, baccarat, and slots also involve a variety of decisions. Blockchains need to be able to account for any number of choices that a gambler may make in a given game and they also need to be able to account for a variety of different outcomes.

That’s why BitBoss is teasing the idea that it’s next move is to do to online slot machines what it’s already doing to online blackjack. Account for a wide variety of outcomes and choices made by gamblers, prove those outcomes are fair, and allow everything to be registered on the Bitcoin SV blockchain in a transparent, efficient and user-friendly way. User-friendly means friendly for both the gaming experience of the gambler, and for the business needs of the gambling operator.

How to Acquire Bitcoin SV With BitBoss

BitBoss prides itself on offering an exciting and fresh mobile and Bitcoin SV-friendly gambling experience. You can access the Dragon BSV Casino via mobile app. From there, you can acquire Bitcoin SV coins by trading for it. Current cryptocurrencies supported by Dragon BSV Casino include: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Ripple, Tron, Stellar Lumens, USDT and USDC.

Notice the last two are stablecoins. That means if you’re looking to hold onto your value until you’re actually ready to play, you can do that. Preserve your bankroll, use a blockchain that can scale, and gamble in an environment where all of the outcomes you experience are provably fair. No need to wonder if the house has an unfair edge on you and no need to wonder if you’re the only player winning or losing at the tables.

Bitcoin SV is proving time and time again that it lends itself well to gambling as a use case. If you’re totally hung up on using Bitcoin and Ethereum, keep doing what you’re doing. If you’re looking for a new experience using a cryptocurrency that has a large called following, Bitcoin SV easily proves that it’s worthy of being your next great gamble.

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Jack Choros

Jack first invested in Bitcoin in 2016 and continues to gamble with it to this day. He loves the Toronto Raptors as much as he loves cryptocurrency. Jack’s work has appeared on ESPN Radio, Yahoo Sports, OddShark.com and many cryptocurrency related publications, namely BTCGG.com.

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