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Take The Great Blockchain for Gaming Survey and Earn Some Free Satoshis

Written by:
Aaron Goldstein
Published on:
Mar/16/2021

If you are a gaming industry operator, affiliate, blogger, you are going to want to learn more about the blockchain beyond how much your cryptocurrency portfolio is doing (yes, we kow it's doing pretty well right now).

Gambling911.com longtime friend Rebecca Liggero Fontana of CoinGeek.com just released a 5-minute survey looking for everyone's input.

"One of first steps towards feeling comfortable with Bitcoin (BSV) is to open a wallet and start using it. This is your key to so many exciting applications existing within the space today, including mobile gambling sites, social media platforms, advertising platforms, video streaming services and much, much more. Thanks to developments in the space since 2012, the process of opening up a wallet and using it has become even easier than when I was first exposed, so literally anyone can do it."

HandCash is the crypto wallet recommended by Becky, and it is the one that will be needed to obtain your free Satoshi for participating in the survey.

"If you take the survey by Tuesday, March 23, for those who share their HandCash username or “$handle” (mine is $BSVBecky) within it, CoinGeek will send you a few Satoshis as a thank you for your thoughts."

"Put simply, I would love some guidance on what kind of blockchain content to create for gambling industry professionals. What would you find helpful? What would you find interesting? What kind of topics should I focus on with my interviewees? What kind of blockchain conference sessions would you make the time to attend? Your answers to this survey would be enormously helpful for all of the above.

"My main objective this year is to help myself and gambling industry professionals become more familiar with blockchain and inspire innovation between these two industries. Yes, blockchain may have been a buzzword in the gambling world in the past, but we’ve recently hit a tipping point with the technology and just about—if not all—of the limitations that existed before have since been solved. The tech is finally ready to go and ground-breaking solutions for gambling industry companies are just a hop, skip and a jump away.

"The questions in this five-minute survey will explore your level of blockchain knowledge and interest and also identify the pain points you experience in your role within a gaming industry organization. For those who wish, there is an opportunity to sign up for content CoinGeek will be curating specifically for the gambling industry space, thanks to your feedback from this survey."

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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