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Recent Trends of the Online Casinos in the UK

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The casino industry is growing like a shark nowadays. The whole gambling business is being shifted online to cop up with the latest technology, cover a large number of people and to suffice the demand the players. Online casino and mobile casino is changing the whole scene we used to look at the casino gambling and the UK is no exception from it. Online casino is setting new trends these days.

Gone are the days when one has to head to the casino to gamble and play several games. The Internet has taken the whole world to the next level by storm and it has helped the casino industry to grow like a monster with its online availability. The online casino offers several games to play including the jackpot, slots, cards, table games and much more. Casino Netbet is one of the best options to choose from every kind of online casino games. New trends are always coming to the online casino. The UK has pioneered the casino and sports betting industry for a very long time. It is always a territory to watch so we decided to tell you a few recent trends of the online casinos in the UK.

Mobile Casino Trends
The market of the mobile casino is enjoying a big growth in the UK. Many big online operators are striving hard to optimize their services for apps for iOS and Android to provide a real casino experience via mobile applications. Online casino, since the beginning, has enjoyed its growth on computers but since most of the users are now preferring smartphones as they are easy to carry and handy so the mobile casino will obviously become a new trend in the UK. Users prefer smooth, comprehensive, and secure services while playing casino on mobile and operators are not letting them down with their offerings. Although, a particular part of the people hesitate to shift over mobile casino as they prefer desktop since it offers slight edge control.

Cryptocurrency
Cryptocurrencies are gaining strong popularity these days and acceptance by the casino industry can set a whole new trend in the market. With multiple online casino platforms accepting withdrawals, deposits, and gameplay in some well-known cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Etherium, Dash, and some others, cryptocurrency payment is going to dominate the online casino in the UK. Digital currencies are easy to use, secure, and provide anonymity of transactions. Traditional payment methods are likely to remain at the preference of the users seeing the acceptance of digital currency it is going to be a new trend in the UK in the near future.

All-new Experience with Virtual Reality
Gaming and several other entertainment industries are accepting Virtual reality and gambling sector is no exception here. Some casinos in the UK are already allowing players to use VR headsets to participate in casino games. This may prove profitable move to casino industry as playing roulette and poker with 3D VR headset will enhance the betting process and experience to the whole new space. It may sound a little cheesy but virtual reality is the future in online gambling.

George Miller started his career in content marketing and has started working as an Editor/Content Manager for our company in 2016. George has acquired many experiences when it comes to interviews and newsworthy content becoming Head of Content in 2017. He is responsible for the news being shared on multiple websites that are part of the European Gaming Media Network.

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FunFair launches pioneering wallet solution across partner brands

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CasinoFair and CryptoCasino to benefit from ‘any device, any browser’ wallet and updated user interface

FunFair Technologies, the market-leading decentralised casino provider, has launched a pioneering new crypto wallet and updated user interface which now supports any browser and any device.

The new ERC20, non-custodial FunFair Wallet has been developed specifically to provide a seamless user experience for existing and new players gambling with FUN across its CasinoFair and Crypto Casino brands, marking a significant step forward in the name of blockchain mass adoption.

Blockchain projects have so far struggled with onboarding friction due to complicated funding mechanisms, security features which differ significantly to mainstream offerings and a lack of usability on mobile devices and certain browsers.

The FunFair Wallet addresses these issues with the introduction of more identifiable sign-up processes and security features, while most importantly ensuring the wallet can run on any browser and any device without the need for any third-party plug-ins or apps.

CasinoFair and Crypto Casino players will also engage with a far more immersive, social and Guaranteed Fair casino experience with an updated front-end, offering more intuitive access to their favourite casino games coupled with the most generous and varied promotions in blockchain casino.

Jez San, CEO at FunFair Technologies, said: “Since launch, we’ve maintained our position as the most progressive blockchain casino provider and the launch of the bespoke FunFair Wallet and second generation platform interface will confirm this position as we strive for mass adoption.

“Onboarding has been a struggle across the wider decentralised sector but our new wallet, built specifically for use at our partner casinos, will fix this immediately with a seamless, recognisable sign-up process, straightforward security features and simple crypto funding choices.”

FunFair’s first live casino brand, CasinoFair, has also relaunched its brand identity in-line with the new wallet and UI. It now features a more vibrant and progressive aesthetic which is expected to appeal to the millennial blockchain audience, while also staying true to its ‘Famous for Fairness’ foundations which underpin every aspect of its gaming experience.

 

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Iranian Government Proposes for New Cryptocurrency Mining Regulations

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The Cabinet of Iran has proposed for new cryptocurrency mining regulations in Iran, which include annual licensing for cryptocurrency miners.

Based on the proposal, licensed and registered cryptocurrency miners will be required to submit information such as their list of business activities, the predicted value of their investments, current employment status, rental agreements for the space itself, value of their mining equipment and the duration of the mining project. The license will need to be renewed every year.

The Iranian mining industry has grown dramatically over the past two years. One anonymous source in Tehran told CoinDesk that most miners he knows are “under the radar” and import equipment through the black market, without paying taxes.

The Central Bank of Iran finally recognised the grassroots industry and promised a lawful licensing procedure in July 2019. The pending proposal was approved by Reza Rahmani, Iran’s Minister of Industry, Mine and Trade. The Iranian mining licenses would only apply to miners with equipment that requires 30 kilowatts, which might exclude homemade mining equipment or small operations.

“It’s obvious that the power industry here in Iran, it’s not a private business, it’s from the government. They need to figure out how to balance mining [operations] so that they wouldn’t harm the power grid. If there’s a constant, a continuous consumption of electricity you can also make new power plants or assign power plants to this,” an anonymous source said.

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Facebook to Launch Libra Digital Cryptocurrency in 2020

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Facebook is planning to launch its Libra digital cryptocurrency in 2020. A Facebook executive told that the company presses ahead despite authorities around the world pouring cold water on the plans.

Since Facebook unveiled its plans in June, its proposed cryptocurrency has met with regulatory and political scepticism, with France and Germany pledging to block Libra from operating in Europe.

“The goal is still to launch Libra next year. Until then, we’ll need to address all questions adequately, create a suitable regulatory environment,” Facebook’s David Marcus said.

Libra will be backed by a reserve of real-world assets, including bank deposits and short-term government securities and overseen by a 28-member organisation.

Marcus said it was unlikely Libra coins would become a means of payment for regular real-world transactions in countries like Switzerland, Germany or France, but would rather be used for cross-border payments or for settling very small sums.

“It’s unlikely in any case the people will pay for an espresso in Switzerland, Germany or France with Libra in the future,” Marcus said.

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