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Roundup: Slotegrator, Tour de France & BitStarz

Roundup: Slotegrator, Tour de France & BitStarz

Chris in Bitcoin Gambling published on 17, July 2016

Slotegrator Launches Casexe-Powered BitVegas.io

Slotegrator enters the Bitcoin casino market with BitVegas.io. Made using the Casexe platform, it looks to be great gambling site. Thanks to Slotegrator’s connections, BitVegas.io has a comprehensive set of offerings for online gamblers.

“As for games, BitVegas.io has an excellent selection to choose from. Slotegrator has outdone itself in its choice of games to use for the site. The company has signed partnerships with game content developers like GameART, Microgaming, BetSoft, Endophina, xPro Gaming, and Lucky Streak to feature their offering on the site.”

Tour de France 2016: The Cycle Continues

The biggest event in the cycling world continues this week. Presenting Bitcoin sports bettors with a chance to place wagers on the favorites, the race has presented the world with quite a few surprises. One of these was when Alberto Contador, a big favorite, decided to back out from Tour de France.

“The cycling world was taken by surprise, though, when Alberto Contador of all people decided to call it quits. He was suffering from a fever attack after falling down a few days prior. Preliminary reports indicated that he never fully recovered from those injuries, and an infection started to spread throughout his body. A very unfortunate turn of events, but that does not make the 2016 Tour de France any less exciting.”

SoftSwiss Taps Romanian Market With New Slot

The Romanian iGaming market is looking to be a profitable one. With a lot of potential revenue, international gaming developers are trying to enter it. One prominent arrival is SoftSwiss and the company has something special for the Romanian market, a slot game called Domnitors.

“The designers decided to go for a historical theme, with all symbols in the slot game depict the historical background of its setting, including medieval weapons, execution tools, and castles. The special symbols are the most recognized rulers from this period like John Hunyadi of Transylvania, Stephen the Great of Moldavia, and Vlad the Impaler of Walachia.”

Bitcoin Halving Passes By With A Whimper

Last July 9, Bitcoin hit another milestone. It marked the halving Bitcoin mining rewards from 25 BTC to 12.5 BTC. A lot of people made predictions about what would happen to Bitcoin’s value, but it seems that Bitcoin prices have stabilized for the moment.

“One of the positive predictions about the halving was that it would drive Bitcoin prices higher. The mechanism behind rising Bitcoin prices is the basic law of supply and demand. High demand and low supply usually means an increased value of a commodity, while scarce demand and abundant supplies mean a cheap price. With the lower influx of Bitcoin into the market as miners produce less, the price of Bitcoin is predicted to rise.”

BitStarz: Making Bitcoin Gambling More Fun

BitStarz has been around since 2014 and it has done its best to become an excellent gaming site. It is safe to say that the site’s owners have succeeded at that goal. With big potential winnings, great promotions, and excellent games, the online casino has attracted a lot of players.

“First, there are the big wins that the site provides. All casinos claim that they offer large payouts, but these are often just potential wins. People will need to see a casino really give out the jackpot. BitStarz showed it can deliver when the casino paid out around 95 BTC to a player last year. This is the biggest that the casino has ever paid out in Bitcoin and at that time it was around €20,000.”

 

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