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This Week’s Hottest: Bitcoin Casino Software Faceoff, Software Giants, and Benjamin Lawsky

Chris in Uncategorized published on 15, November 2014

Round Up

Gaming Software Giants Playtech, Microgaming, NetEnt Accept BTC bets from US Players

The Bitcoin gambling community is all ears as it appears that the slot games of the leading online casino software providers Playtech, Microgaming, and Net Entertainment are finally offered in certain Bitcoin casinos.

“The rules of the game have changed now that the three biggest software providers in the iGaming industry have opened their doors for BTC bets! Playtech, Microgaming, and Net Entertainment have finally made their presence felt in the Bitcoin gambling arena, and it looks like they are here to stay.”

The Bitcoin Casino Software Face Off: Ultraplay vs SoftSwiss vs CoinGaming

There is no denying that the Bitcoin casino market is evolving and growing bigger by the day. As more Bitcoin casinos emerge on the scene, it is only appropriate to check which software provider truly steps up the game and pushes the market to the next level.

Ultraplay receives a perfect score for its extensive collection of table games, which still prove to be among the games online players want. However, CoinGaming beats the rest when it comes to offering Bitcoin slots, which—as all bettors are aware of—tend to be the main attraction even in real-money online casinos. When it comes to provably fair gaming, though, SoftSwiss is the name to remember since its growing catalog can ensure everyone fairness in online gambling.”

Should Lawsky’s Exit Hint Bad News for BitLicense?

Benjamin Lawsky, NYDFS superintendent and chief architect of BitLicense, will be vacating the office due to an impeding reshuffling of posts, according to reports. How will this affect BitLicense? More specifically, will this have a bearing on the Bitcoin gambling niche?

“Although he previously mentioned that the BitLicense proposal will likely reach the next stage before the year ends or by early 2015, bitcoiners expressed on social platforms their concern over the possibility of having in the picture a new character that may not even have an ounce of understanding of the concept of Bitcoin.”

BetSoft Gaming Brings 3D Slots to SoftSwiss Casinos

Slots enthusiasts are in for a real treat as they can now play the premium BetSoft slots on Bitstars, Betchain, Bitcoin Penguin, and Princess Star after the popular game developer teamed up with SoftSwiss.

“With so many easy to use, popular websites serving as vectors for our true 3D iGaming content, we are certain that SoftSwiss’ broadly diverse player base will find it effortless to enjoy any true 3D game that suits their individual tastes. As the iGaming industry evolves, we will be there on the front line with SoftSwiss, ensuring mutual prosperity and a flourishing partnership.—BetSoft Account Manager Mark Allison”

How is the Growth in Bitcoin ATMs Going to Impact on Bitcoin Gambling?

More Bitcoin ATMS are installed in different locations across the world, and Robocoin is among the leading brands spearheading this cause. With Robocoin’s new upgrade, however, will this still be the case?

“Robocoin has just made it mandatory for anyone operating any of its ATMs to enable anti-privacy software and hardware. This is part of its effort to comply with the Know Your Customer (KYC) requirement by the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN)

In short, ATM companies are being coerced into conforming to laws that make it almost impossible to carry out anonymous transactions. That means that before you buy or sell Bitcoins at an ATM, you have to leave self-exposing data.  In most cases, you have to provide identification documents.”

 

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