OKO Launching ICO for Online Virtual Reality Casino

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VR Casino OKO has developed a virtual reality platform for the online gambling sector, combining the real life casino experience with the blockchain technology. SCROLL DOWN FOR MORE

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VR Technology is going to make the system available for other VR devices like Oculus Rift or HTC Vive.

From CryptoNinjas.net:

While some VR Casinos are able to offer a better user experience, they do not completely solve the visualization problem. The user still experiences virtual reality computer rendering in the helmet. Furthermore, the winning of bets is still determined by a computer program.

Here is where VR Casino OKO distinguishes itself from other VR Casinos. With VR Casino OKO, users will be using the VR helmet which will display a live broadcast from the VR cameras that are installed at the casino. As the cameras have 180 degrees viewing angle, they are able to show the table, the croupier and everything inside. More details about the technology can be found in their whitepaper

Finally, in addition of the effect of presence, the customers of VR Casino OKO have the possibility to place bets in real time. The OKOIN will place an important role because it will be used as casino chips. Smart Contracts will complete the experience by adding transparency to the game.

According to Newzoo, the gross profit of online casinos is increasing between 8% and 10% per yearwith over $43 billion Euros spent on Internet gambling last year alone.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com



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