The affiliate marketing space is not technologically advanced, meaning there is a long way to go before blockchain tech is adopted in the space—and the same goes for the gambling regulators.
To transition nChain from its traditional R&D focus to more of a commercial focus, Hakan Yuksel wants face time with his team and is ready to get into the trenches himself to see what needs to be done.
Harnessing the powers of the latest technology to help combat problem gambling, keep regulators happy and avoid player disputes was a recurring theme throughout KnowNow’s Player Protection Forum, and this is where nChain’s Kensei Connect comes in.
Dominic Duffy joined CoinGeek Backstage to talk about nChain’s Kensei platform, how they measure data integrity, and their next steps for the nChain.
With regulators taking an increasingly tight line on compliance, gambling operators are now expected to run KYC and AML checks as standard on every player, among their many legal obligations.
This year's iGaming NEXT Valletta 2021 themed was "Disrupting the Status Quo," bringing blockchain technology and its opportunities for the industry as the focus of the event.
As a forward thinker, Paul Foster is one of the first B2B gambling industry professionals to understand the unique powers of blockchain for keeping track of massive amounts of data.
Hakan Yuksel has over 20 years of executive experience with enterprise-grade software providers. He replaces Dr. David Washburn, who played an instrumental role in positioning nChain to deliver enterprise-grade data integrity solutions.
Day one of the CoinGeek New York conference hosted a panel of experienced players in the iGaming industry to discuss its major pain points and how BSV can help operators in this area.
After a powerful presentation from CTO Steve Shadders on day one of the conference, nChain was back on hand for day two with an equally powerful message: Kensei is the gateway to Bitcoin.
Integration with nChain's Kensei platform is expected to bring much-needed data integrity to gaming and will significantly reduce regulatory risk exposure for operators.