Bitcoin Awareness Spreads in Sports, Online Games
The popularity of eSports and online sports betting does its part in spreading Bitcoin awareness. By integrating the Bitcoin functionalities into the conventional aspects of sports betting and online gaming–thereby creating Bitcoin eSports betting–these two sectors show great potential in becoming the channels for the digital currency to reach more people. Bitcoin is utilized as a means to wager on various kinds of sports as well as to sponsor teams and sporting events. Thus, it is not far-fetched for eSports tournaments to also share the spotlight with Bitcoin, especially with the recent collaborations like that of Xapo, CEVO, and Leet.
“Already a popular market in online gaming, eSports continue to grow bigger internationally as more tournaments are held, with each constantly increasing the number of supporters and participants. With the most in-demand games like League of Legends, Dota 2, and Starcraft 2, pairing Bitcoin with these names and competitions will help its awareness campaign reach farther.”
Blockchain-Based Trading Card Game Ups Bitcoin 2.0
Spells of Genesis is a new arcade trading card game that is built on the Bitcoin blockchain. It is a follow-up to the popular 2010 mobile game, Moonga, but is designed to highlight the innovative features that come with the Bitcoin 2.0 projects. Special trading cards that are offered for a limited time only feature altcoins like FoldingCoin, Storjcoin, and Gemz. The Bitcoin game runs on the Counterparty protocol and fully depends on the blockchain technology.
“We are convinced the blockchain will be the next huge innovation, like the Internet was, so we have become botch a cryptocurrency company and a game company. Since there are Internet game companies, there are going to be blockchain-based game companies.”
BetChain First to Offer 50 Free Spins Weekly
BetChain Casino recently unveiled its latest giveaway, which is an industry first—to provide players with up to 50 free spins every Friday. Unlike previous offerings of other casinos, the FreeSpinsFriday promotion in this Bitcoin casino takes place every week starting this month. Thus, the no deposit free spins are expected to favor the Bitcoin slot enthusiasts who want to maximize their winning opportunities regularly.
“We have always strived to be at the top, and we have achieved many ‘firsts’ along the way. To be the first Bitcoin casino to offer free spins was a major milestone for us and having accomplished that, we feel that we are giving our amazing players what they deserve.”
Poker Industry PRO Now Accepts BTC Subscriptions
The premium source of poker news service and data, Poker Industry PRO, made a leap forward as it recently announced its acceptance of Bitcoin for its subscription plans. Lauded and followed by personalities from various fields, the PRO website is known for its spot-on services that range from content to online tools beneficial in marketing and others. Moreover, new subscribers opting to pay in BTC will receive a 20-percent discount until the end of July this year.
“It makes complete sense for us to accept Bitcoin payments, and it is exciting to have integrated it into our PRO platform. Bitcoin is no longer a niche way to pay. We are delighted to offer our customers, especially those overseas, a more flexible way to pay for our news and data service.”
5 Proven Tips to Explore Better BTC Gambling Sites
Players in the Bitcoin gambling industry need to filter which sites do offer quality games and services in order to secure a favorable online betting experience. There are several ways to do it, but outlined here are the five most effective ways to find the perfect Bitcoin casino for each type of players.
“Bitcoin casinos that have updated accounts on Facebook and Twitter create more value on the market, thereby earning more opportunities in encouraging potential players to sign up for membership. LinkedIn accounts, official forum threads, and online gambling guides are also helpful in determining the current state and future plans of the gambling sites.”