Responsible gambling has always been an important topic within the gambling industry, but only recently the industry is hearing about blockchain-powered solutions to the classic pain points in this area.
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.
On the premiere episode of The Blockchain Beat, Becky Liggero brings us a special report on the World Gaming Executive Summit (WGES) 2021 where she went around to ask what professionals think about the powers of blockchain technology.
So many people are stuck on digital currency price, NFTs, ICOs and other buzzwords that dominate the media, yet the ability to do tiny payments is way more than a bubble on the brink of bursting.
Using blockchain powered currency as simply a means of funding wallets is a missed opportunity—that’s the main message that serial entrepreneur Phillip Runyan wants to share with senior execs from the gambling industry.
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.
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.
Meike Krautscheid is involved in a number of industries, yet the gaming space stands out as an area that is especially ripe for blockchain tech.
Millennials and “Gen Z” are looking for a “Venmo-like” experience and operators who wish to target this age bracket can benefit greatly from BitBoss’s non-custodial solution, Christian Solomine said on this episode of Hashing It Out.
SoRare.com is an Ethereum-based NFT platform that facilitates the trade of NFT player cards from more than 120 football clubs.
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.