This is perhaps the single most common question that people have when they first hear of GAMBL, and it’s deceptively simple. The average bettor is generally asking more along the lines of why is it even needed when we already have sites like DraftKings and FanDuel? While on the other hand we have the crypto […]
As we’ve touched on in previous posts, it is imperative for operators to use the right set of tools. Especially when the online gaming industry has transformed so quickly in recent years and is showing no sign of slowing down. The next big transition is very likely to be towards crypto-based solutions, and those who […]
To begin simply, oracles allow blockchains to access data located off-chain. In the case of sports betting, this would be critical data such as line changes and event results. Also the range and amount of data generated during sporting events is rapidly growing so next-gen oracles will certainly be expected to keep up. Players and […]
GAMBL.io Launches Pre-Order Sale of Coins, Advocates for Mass Adoption of Blockchain Technology Throughout the Betting Industry.
Bitcoin is amazing in both its history and its range of functions. But these functions are limited.
Gaming 3.0 is the adoption of underlying blockchain technology to create new value for users and operators alike.
The upcoming GAMBL Pre-Order Sale, August 1st, is your first opportunity to get in the game, and reserve your GAMBL coins!
Once just a niche part of crypto in their earliest days, NFTs have grown into an industry all their own. Many are highly creative and entertaining, but there are others which feel uninspired and forced. As with any other art, beauty and meaning is in the eye of the beholder.
What started as just a fun way to broadcast games to friends or teach others how to improve has grown into something much more. Now there are streamers sponsored by poker sites, poker software providers, and various others inside and outside of the industry.
Even after referring to themselves as “The People’s Exchange” in many marketing efforts, a BETDAQ employee has provided confirmation to the growing number of user complaints that they are banning people simply for winning a bit too often.