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DAO.Casino News

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
May/21/2018

Gambling911.com has all your latest news pertaining to the cryptocurrency venture DAO.Casino ($BET.X).

 

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.

Gambling News

NJ June Gambling Revenue Down 65.6% Amid Virus Closure

NJ June Gambling Revenue Down 65.6% Amid Virus Closure

The final month of coronavirus-mandated closures for New Jersey’s casinos and racetracks was predictably bad.

Colorado Sports Betting Revenues Hit $946,741, Even With Few Sports

Colorado Sports Betting Revenues Hit $946,741, Even With Few Sports

May was a banner month for sports betting in Colorado.  It was the first full month of this offering after voters narrowly leaned in favor of the activity last November. 

Man Who Ran Online Sportsbooks Sentenced to 15 Months Prison

Man Who Ran Online Sportsbooks Sentenced to 15 Months Prison

A Kentucky man has been sentenced to one year and three months in prison for operating an illegal gambling operation on the internet. 

Why Offshore Sportsbooks Will Never Die

Why Offshore Sportsbooks Will Never Die

When the Supreme Court ruled in 2018 that the federal government was wrong to stand in the way of legal sports betting and that each state could enact its own sports betting laws, people on the fringes of the industry believed that this marked the beginning of the end for offshore bookmakers.

Video Evidence NFL Players Involved in Poker Game Armed Robbery

Video Evidence NFL Players Involved in Poker Game Armed Robbery

The New York Daily News reports that video evidence, Instagram DMs, and testimony show payoff cover-ups for NFL players DeAndre Baker and Quinton Dunbar tied to an alleged armed robbery that occurred on May 13 in Miramar, Fla.

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