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Bitcoin Cash Games Introduced

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Jan/26/2018

Bitcoin.com has optioned to create a portal that uses Bitcoin Cash (BCH), making things far cheaper for gamers playing their odds.

“Our new portal ‘Bitcoin Cash Games’ offers the same variety of provably fair games for BCH users who want to play for high stake jackpots,” bitcoin.com confirmed.

All games are powered by the decentralized cryptocurrency Bitcoin Cash.

From Bitcoin.com:

The BCH network and currency has proven itself to be reliable while also offering transaction fees so cheap ($0.01 or less) they are practically non-existent. And just like our other popular games’ portal tethered to the bitcoin core protocol, Bitcoin Cash Games offers all of your casino favorites.

Games on the platform include video poker, keno, craps, roulette, dice, slots, and blackjack. Additionally playing at our BCH gaming casino requires no registration, and using our platform is entirely anonymous. Further, there’s a 99 percent expected return while playing any of our games, and Bitcoin.com’s casino favorites are always provably fair.

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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