Monster Byte Review

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Published on:
May/20/2018

Here Gambling911.com reviews Monster Byte, which claims to have been founded in 2013 and creates white label cryptocasinos, fully optimized for mobile devices. 

Despite it's "longevity", at least where the cryptocurrency space is concerned, little is known about Monster Byte.  Below is some information (any promises or information presented has yet to be verified by Gambling911.com).

Monster Byte Info

Monster Byte has a max supply of exactly 16,822,736 coins. It started on 8th July, 2017.

Cited from cryptocompare: “Monster Byte Inc. is a technology company which owns a suite of Cryptocurrency Gambling websites, all of which have been custom-built with proprietary technology owned by Monster Byte Inc. Monster Byte will also begin syndicating all its products via a set of APIs, or hosted white-label solution, to both traditional fiat and cryptocurrency gaming portals in 2018.The MYB token is a Waves-based asset that provides users with the ability to trade tokens against other assets and cryptocurrencies all within the DEX, a very liquid decentralized exchange in the Waves LiteApp Wallet. All Monster Byte token holders are entitled to their share of Monster Byte's collective profit (revenue – expenses). Dividends will be paid in Bitcoin.”

The company is also in the development stage of its very own cryptocurrency exchange.

Once again, information is sparce.

Financial metrics from the last quarter were made available by the company here.

A number of helpful url links are below, should you need to get more concerning Monster Byte:

    Website: https://www.monsterbyte.io/
    Twitter: Monster Byte Inc
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/casinobitcoin/

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