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Blockchain Casinos Ranked by Fees and Speed

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Those who have been paying close attention will know that blockchain technology is transforming iGaming. The promises of verifiably fair games, timestamped and immutable transaction records, and instant settlements to and from crypto wallets on a per-bet basis promise to transform the industry for good.

Yet, it’s not all future promises, and there are already a number of functioning blockchain casinos. GamblersPro.com studied the data on the top blockchain casinos to find out which offer the fastest and lowest fee transactions.

1. Tron – WINK

The Tron blockchain is the proof-of-stake brainchild of Chinese American entrepreneur Justin Sun. It was one of the first blockchains to launch a fully functional casino app; WINK.

Tron works with the delegated proof-of-stake consensus mechanism and has extremely low fees and fast transactions. The average transaction fee on Tron is $0.000091 and transactions are typically settled in 1 minute.

2. BSV – Peer Game

BSV claims to be the original Bitcoin protocol restored. It’s associated with Dr. Craig Wright and iGaming pioneer Calvin Ayre, and while Wright’s claims to being Satoshi Nakamoto are contested by some, BSV certainly works well on a technical level.

Peer Game is the best-known casino app on BSV. It processes an average of 20,000 transactions every day at an average fee of $0.00050. BSV transaction times are 3-5 seconds. It has been demonstrated that BSV can do up to 50,000 transactions per second, making it one of the most scalable blockchains in existence today.

3. Crypto Games – Solana

Solana is the new kid on the block and holds lots of promise in the blockchain industry. It’s associated with billionaire Sam Blankman-Fried and promises to revolutionize blockchain with its Tower Consensus mechanism.

Crypto Games makes use of Solana’s native token SOL. Solana transaction fees are $0.00025 on average with a scaling potential of 50,000 transactions per second, it could quickly become one of the best crypto casinos online.

4. King Tiger – Ethereum

FunFair was one of the original blockchain casino developers, and its popular app King Tiger was built on the well-known Ethereum blockchain. Unfortunately, due to sky-high fees and scaling issues, FunFair’s King Tiger Casino had to temporarily cease operations earlier this year with a promise to return when network congestion lessens.

The average fee on Ethereum is $4.20 and the transaction speeds are in and around five minutes. Ethereum is capable of processing around 20 transactions per second, causing many blockchain casino developers to look to layer two solutions such as Polygon.

Summary

GamblersPro’s analysis found that, right now, Tron leads the way as far as the popularity of its best-known casino app goes. However, scalable competitors such as BSV and Solana have their own native casino applications and are catching up fast.

Keep an eye on this space, because it’s almost certainly where the future lies for casino gaming.

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Anda Seat Launches the New Phantom 3 Six Invitational 2022 Edition Gaming Chair

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World leading gaming chair brand, Anda Seat, who previously manufactured race car seats and partnered with prestigious brands in the sports and e-sports field, today, presents its Phantom 3 Six Invitational 2022 Edition gaming chair. In association with Ubisoft, Anda Seat Rainbow Six Invitation 2022 Edition gaming chair is designed to provide ultimate support and comfort to enhance the gaming or working experience. This Anda Seat 2022 revolutionary Phantom 3 Six Invitational 2022 Edtion will first debut in the US and the MSRP is $329.99 on the Anda Seat official website with the early bird discounts!

The 2022 Six Invitational, the world championship tournament for Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege, will be taking place from February 8th to 20th this year. To celebrate the tournament, the new branded chairs from Anda Seat bring design, comfort, functionality and quality to e-sport fans. The Six Invitational 2022 edition includes the Rainbow 6 Siege icons and features orange, green, red and blue arrows in a stylish design, sure to appeal to fans of the game.

What is Rainbow Six?

Rainbow Six, developed by Ubisoft, is a game where multiplayers are at the forefront the experience, focusing on gameplay that is just the right mix of tactics, destruction and unique heroes. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege by Ubisoft is more than a game, it’s a thriving community with 25 million players now and counting. Likewise, the Anda Seat Six Invitational 2022 Edition gaming chair is more than a gaming chair, it’s a healthy and productive way for gaming or working.

What are the benefits of the Anda Seat Six Invitational 2022 Edition gaming chair?

The Rainbow Six Invitational 2022 Edition are based on the Anda Seat latest sumptuous series gaming chair- the Phantom 3 which is part of the revolutionary Anda Seat 2022 range. This series is made from updated leatherette where the top grade PVC leather is the best from the company yet with a soft and smooth touch that rivals the texture of genuine leather. The reshaped flatter seat wings ensure a spacious and cozy seat base whilst the ergonomic backrest nestles into the natural curvature of the back. This coupled with premium velvet covered XL size lumbar pillow and head pillow keep users at peak performance.

Unlike other gaming chairs, the Phantom 3 has a special modular MagClap design that can be assembled by one person with ease. Just slide the backrest into the seat base, then clamp magnetic side covers on both sides. The Anda Seat Phantom 3 series gaming chair provides next-level sitting experience with ultimate all-day-comforts.

The Phantom 3 Six Invitational 2022 edtion gaming chair will first debut in the US and the MSRP is $329.99 on the Anda Seat official website with the early bird discounts. Buy earlier, save more.

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Gismart releases BillionPeeps NFTs with an intention to expand into blockchain games

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Gismart, the developer of mobile games and entertainment apps, has released BillionPeeps: an NFT collection dedicated to its recent milestone of one billion downloads. The company has been researching the blockchain gaming market for some time, making a decision to open a new internal division dedicated to blockchain games. The blockchain games unit is currently under formation with talent partially moved from the existing casual games team as well as new hires.

Gismart’s employees became the first owners of the BillionPeeps collection. 360 current employees of Gismart and Flime by Gismart (a casual games studio owned by Gismart) received one NFT each; distributed at random. All new employees will also receive one NFT from the collection on joining the company as a part of the company’s benefit package. The collection is limited to 10,000 NFTs. BillionPeeps is already available on leading NFT marketplace OpenSea, meaning gaming and NFT enthusiasts can get involved too.

The BillionPeeps collection will be featured in the company’s new project, which is  planned to be released next year. NFT owners will be among the first to participate in the in-game events and will have early-bird access to valuable in-game items. In addition, all holders of NFTs from the BillionPeeps collection will be able to participate in an annual lottery and other exclusive events.

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Love at First Sight: Kwalee Acquires Narrative Specialists Tictales

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Kwalee, a world-leading game developer and multiplatform publisher, has made its first ever studio acquisition with a deal that brings French developer Tictales into its increasingly-global family.

Established as one of the world’s foremost mobile game developers and publishers, Kwalee has achieved more than 750 million downloads across its hypercasual games portfolio.

The deal to buy Tictales is the first acquisition by Kwalee in its 10-year history, signalling its serious intent to build upon global hypercasual success with both casual and hybrid-casual titles.

Tictales, whose narrative-based mobile games have been downloaded more than 6 million times and played for more than 350 million hours, will continue to operate with creative independence while benefiting from Kwalee’s marketing expertise.

Screenshot from Perfume of Love by Tictales

14 games have been developed and published by Tictales since the studio’s founding in 2015, including Perfume of Love, Fictions and Swiit Crush – Interactive Stories. The company specialises in free-to-play romance narrative games, and its titles are acclaimed by fans globally.

Headquartered in Leamington Spa, UK, Kwalee has doubled in size over the past year thanks to rapid global expansion. The developer and publisher also has offices in Bangalore, India and Beijing, China along with remote team members all around the world. With the acquisition of Tictales, the company now has team members spread across 18 countries.

Kwalee boasts the world’s most prolific hypercasual games development studio, having published more than 40 number one mobile games – most of which were developed by a dedicated internal team. Internal development is complemented by a dedicated mobile game publishing team working with talented developers all over the world, led by SEGA and Ubisoft veteran Will Cox.

“We have been committed since day one to creating amazing mobile fiction for our audience and I’m very proud of all the team members of Tictales for this milestone,” said Christophe Chocho, Sales Manager and Co-Founder of Tictales.

“The long-term vision of Tictales is to bring bigger franchises to the world, with our production capacity increasing and new talents joining our team. We and Kwalee share the same philosophy about high-quality games and we cannot wait to show our exciting new projects to the world.”

“Our talented team crafts the best narrative experiences for fans to enjoy for many years,” added Harouna Camara, Creative Director and Co-Founder of Tictales.

“Joining Kwalee allows us to concentrate on these passions and specialisms while benefiting from their expertise, particularly in marketing and publishing.”

“It’s a proud moment for us to make Kwalee’s first acquisition, and Tictales is the perfect partner,” said Kwalee CEO David Darling.

“With their successful track record of casual mobile games and ability to tell a compelling story through their games, their ambitions match our own and we’re looking forward to building collective success.”

A legend of the UK games industry who co-founded Codemasters and led the company for 20+ years before establishing Kwalee, Darling is writing yet another chapter in his decades-long gaming career with this acquisition – and he’s not ruling out more deals for companies with complementary skill-sets.

David Darling, CEO of Kwalee

Developers with hypercasual, hybrid-casual or casual mobile games can submit, market-test and get their games published using the Kwalee Publishing Portal. In a process that takes only minutes, all that’s needed are a few 15-second gameplay videos, or a simple prototype: https://www.kwalee.com/publish-with-us/.

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