vSlice News

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May/26/2018

Gamblng911.com has your latest vSlice cryptocurrency news.  Remember to always connect your wagering account with your Bitcoin Wallet.

vSlice has a maximum supply of 33,390,496 coins. It started on 15th November, 2016, billing itself as the world’s first profit sharing token.

From cryptocompare: “vSlice is a token issued on the Ethereum blockchain. It represents a piece in the ownership of the vDice gambling dapp and its revenue. This token will issue dividends produced by the gambling fees charged on vDice, which is a fully decentralized version of SatoshiDICE for Ether betting.”

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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New Hampsire House Approves Sports Betting

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National Gambling Firms 'Getting Smoked' by Regional Sportsbook Operators

National Gambling Firms 'Getting Smoked' by Regional Sportsbook Operators

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Where to Bet the 2019 Magic - Arena Mythic Invitational Online - Odds to Win

Where to Bet the 2019 Magic - Arena Mythic Invitational Online - Odds to Win

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Google Introduces New Gaming Platform Stadia

Google Introduces New Gaming Platform Stadia

Google on Tuesday unveiled a video-game streaming platform called Stadia, positioning itself to take on the traditional video-game business.

New York Sportsbooks Unlikely in 2019

New York Sportsbooks Unlikely in 2019

Gov. Andrew Cuomo sounded doubtful that sports betting would come to fruition in New York State this year, music to the ears of offshore sportsbooks with most sites accessible to New York residents. 

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