Gambling911 Founder Talks the Synergies Between Bitcoin and Web Gambling

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Oct/18/2017

Gambling911.com founder Chris Costigan recently sat down with Chris DeRose of the popular YouTube channel and podcast Bitcoin Uncensored where they discuss how, in many ways, the crypto-currency sector is mirroring the early days of online gambling, often referred to as the “Wild West”. 

Also discussed, Web gambling billionaire Calvin Ayre’s entry into the Bitcoin business, how media outlets should go about covering such an edgy industry with no shortage of far out characters in a world that has become so “politically correct”, and the potential for scams to arise. 

Watch below.  The video is 2 hours long.



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