Roundup: mBit Casino, MO MO MO PLO & vDice.io

mBit Casino Boosts Games With New Reload Bonus

Players at mBit Casino can get as many bonuses as they want each time they deposit to their account every Monday. The new unlimited 25-percent reload bonus from mBit Casino gives players the limitless chances to get free bitcoins from every deposit. This is the latest bonus deal to join the casino after it jumped ship to the SoftSwiss platform.

“We are always looking to improve the experience of our players to make sure they are fully satisfied with us. We believe that giving them an unlimited 25% bonus on Mondays is a unique approach that will differentiate us from the crowd, while also helping us show our appreciation for their support over the past two years.”

Michael Mizrachi & Bryan Micon In Bitcoin & Poker

One indication that Bitcoin poker has come a long wasis when pro poker players set up their own Bitcoin poker sites. Such is the case of Michael ‘The Grinder’ Mizrachi. The poker legend owns GetLuckyPoker, but it remains unavailable to players worldwide. A more distinct personality in Bitcoin gambling, though, is Bryan Micon, who was arrested for illegally running SealsWithClubs in Nevada.

“While Mizrachi is hailed as a legend in poker, it is Micon who dominates Bitcoin poker. His site Seals With Clubs became the largest Bitcoin-only poker room online. It ruled in the unregulated online poker market and registered a good share of its players.”

BitcoinGG Offers Exclusive Private Freeroll

BitcoinGG holds it exclusive private freeroll called ‘BitCoin GamblingGuide MoMoMo PLO Freebuy’ for all its readers to enjoy. Top eight players from the freeroll will advance to the Super Satellite, which is a step closer to the $50,000 GTD MO MO MO PLO Sunday Special on Sunday at 2 p.m. ET.

“The top performing players from the Super Satellite will be awarded with a seat to the $50,000 GTD tournament. The Sunday Special has a buy-in of $200+$15, and it registers the highest GTD pot for Americas Cardroom’s MO MO MO PLO promotion this year.”

Twitch Takes On eSports Gambling With Stream+

A new virtual currency has debuted with Amazon’s Breakaway game, courtesy of Twitch. Stream+ is Twitch’s virtual currency that will be used across different games online. Players can get their hands on Stream+ when they watch the games on Twitch since the virtual currency will be given to the viewers as a form of token or loyalty reward.

“According to various sources, Stream+ tokens can be used to wager on the outcome of online games. For the eSports sector, this is great news, as they can attract a much larger global audience than ever before. This virtual currency can also be seen as an incentive to get people to watch and actively participate as a member of the community.”

vDice.io Sets November Crowdsale For vSlice Tokens

vDice.io will have a crowdsale in November for the vSlice token that will soon join its platform. vDice runs on the Ethereum network and is opening its doors to investors. This move comes at the right time since the player base has already started to grow.

“The biggest difference is that vSlice will be the first profit-earning token produced by the network. This means that when a person holds a vSlice token, they automatically get proceeds from vDice’s profits. vDice is putting a lot of effort in this crowdsale, with the developers working hard to release a GUI wallet, especially for the sale.”

Chris Evans

A passionate adherent of the casino industry, Bitcoin has changed Chris’ life. Now, aside from working as the Business Development Manager of Bitcoin Gambling Guide, he spends his time working on new ways to help the cryptocurrency community as well as the online gambling industry. He regularly stays updated with the latest trends in the Bitcoin gambling market to continually gain insights and clearer perspectives on the path the digital currency is taking. Included in his mission to forward the market is his personal goal to share worthy and unique ideas that will pave the way for more innovations and developments. If not preoccupied in juggling with his duties, Chris devotes his time betting in Bitcoin casinos. Who said it’s impossible to work and play at the same time?

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