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May/21/2018

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2018

 

DAO.Casino ($BET.X) And The Fair Game Cryptocurrencies Surge As The US Legalizes Sports Betting? The DAO.Casino ($BET.X) And The Fair Game ($FAIR.X) Cryptocurrencies Surged Last Week As The United States appeared to have legalizes sports betting?

2017

DAO Casino Wants to Use Cryptocurrency, Ethereum to Disrupt Online Gambling  - Yahoo Finance reporter Daniel Roberts writes that a decentralized platform for online gambling operators run on the Ethereum blockchain is seeking to eliminate the typical middleman between a game-maker or betting operator and the player or bettor.

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5Dimes Issues Statement Regarding Kidnapping of Owner

5Dimes Issues Statement Regarding Kidnapping of Owner

Costa Rica sportsbook 5Dimes issued a statement to at least one media outlet in regard to the alleged kidnapping of its colorful owner, Sean "Tony" Creighton, 43 of Morgantown, West Virginia.

Philly Crime Boss Gets Two Years Prison

Philly Crime Boss Gets Two Years Prison

A notorious Philadelphia mob boss sentenced to two years in prison for illegal betting quipped outside court Wednesday that President Donald Trump was right to suggest cooperators or flippers should be outlawed.

Sugarhouse Sportsbook Shifts From Golden Nugget to Monmouth Park in NJ

The newly opened Sugarhouse Sportsbook has found a brand new home after only a few weeks in business according to Legal Sports Report.

Kidnapped 5Dimes Owner Vehicle Found Intentionally Crashed by Perpetrators

Kidnapped 5Dimes Owner Vehicle Found Intentionally Crashed by Perps

Diaro Extra has what it says is a photo of the vehicle driven by 5Dimes owner Sean "Tony" Creighton intentionally crashed into a gate.  Creighton was reported kidnapped on September 25.

Status of 5Dimes Uncertain in Wake of Owner's Disappearance

Status of 5Dimes Uncertain in Wake of Owner's Disappearance

Following word that the owner of San Jose, Costa Rica-based 5Dimes Sportsbook was reportedly kidnapped three weeks ago, those with money at the book have been scrambling to find out more details. 

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