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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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