https:\/\/youtu.be\/8pKSM5P1-ag Much has been said about Bitcoin and its underlying technology, blockchain, is the right fit for online gambling. But how does blockchain improve the sector? For David Cho, chief executive of Betstore9, the technology makes the games \u201cfair, transparent, and enjoyable.\u201d He explains: \u201cAs we know, the biggest problem in betting and gambling is really matter of transparency and a mutual trust but often in betting they fail to do this part, so we share, connect those to blockchain. It makes the game fair, transparent, and enjoyable.\u201d Cho\u2019s Betstore9 describes itself as \u201cthe first blockchain platform\u201d for \u201csharing, involving, and communicating.\u201d It has a prediction betting community platform, called Scoinbet, which is essentially a \u201csocial network community based on blockchain.\u201d According to the company, \u201cBetstore9 receives and processes live match data and provide a variety of detailed informatics on ongoing matches and players as a sports community service.\u201d Cho explains further: \u201cBetStore9 is gaming platform company, and we actually decided to use the word bet due to we\u2019re not simply talking about betting or gambling, but also including wagering\u2014giving rewards to the users to enjoy the game. Store is, we\u2019re going to later provide a network, mainnet which is like an Xbox or PlayStation which is very specialized and customized platform for betting games or even casual games. 9 is just a lucky number. \u201cCurrently we have four applications, and we are done hooking this up, sharing API with blockchain so we already have four dapps on the market and ready for just about any user to come in and enjoy our game.\u201d A growing number of blockchain-powered games have already appeared on the market, boasting their provable fairness and ability to work with cryptocurrency payments, particularly Bitcoin SV\u2014the only blockchain that has real utility for businesses and consumers. And it\u2019s only a matter of time before more operators buy in, as more companies and players see the benefits of blockchain gambling.