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Why Monero Casinos Are Winning Over Gamblers?

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The launch of Bitcoin more than a decade ago led to the creation of a completely new system for the exchange of financial value. While there are many advantages to having a decentralized (censorship-proof and transparent) ledger, there are also some disadvantages, not least of which is the lack of privacy and anonymity. When you make a Bitcoin transaction, its duration plus the amount and addresses are forever recorded on the blockchain; this information is available for everyone to see. In reality, due to the lack of anonymity, companies can trace certain cryptocurrencies back to criminal activity based on the blacklisted coins they use. This absence has led to the birth of “privacy coins” that provide use-case-specific privacy, of which Monero is one of the most widely recognized. In today’s article, we will focus on what Monero is and why Monero casinos are winning over. Let’s get started!

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What You Should Know About Monero

Before coming to the advantages of the best monero casinos, let’s start with the story of it. Monero (XMR) stands as a digital currency that is privacy-focused and works peer-to-peer with the goal of being untraceable and unidentifiable. Monero coins are fungible, so any transaction on the Monero blockchain shows no connection to any user or real identity in the world. Fungible is a term that describes each unit of a currency as identical and interchangeable with all other units of that currency, so when someone buys Bitcoin on the darknet, it can be distinguished from Bitcoin bought on Coinbase based on blockchain analysis because the two different Monero coins look exactly the same without any distinction between them. Many financial regulators are losing interest in Monero as a currency due to their inability to track XMR payments or get information about its users.

Ring signatures belong to the field of public cryptography. They represent a digital signature that any member of a given group can sign with their private key. When an XMR transaction is made, your Monero wallet hides the identity of the actual signer within the group by creating a ring of other users’ keys taken from the blockchain. This effectively anonymizes the transaction for any observer. But how did Monero come into the cryptocurrency scene? Let’s look into that.


History of Monero

Monero’s roots can be traced back to 2012, when an anonymous person under the pseudonym Nicolas van Saberhagen published the CryptoNote white paper. He detailed revolutionary encryption methods as well as a new proposal for electronic money through “CryptoNote”. The launch of the first cryptocurrency using the CryptoNote protocol was Bytecoin in July 2012. Then in 2014, Bitmonero was created through a fork on Bytecoin’s codebase (now known as Monero). Monero does not have a single founder or CEO; there is a core group of developers working on it, most of whom choose to remain anonymous. One of the identified developers is Riccardo Spagni, who served as Monero’s lead developer until he resigned in December 2019. Spagni’s involvement with cryptocurrencies dates back to 2011, when he started mining Bitcoin; he later co-founded Tari, Monero’s sidechain designed for NFTs through the mining of federated non-fungible tokens. As an open-source project, Monero relies heavily on community donations for its development efforts. People from all over the world show their support for the project with numerous contributions and funding through Monero’s CCS system. Let’s check out the advantages of this brilliant coin now.


The Advantages

Monero shares some similarities with Bitcoin in that its developers remain anonymous and it has an open source code base; however, there are notable differences between the two. One important distinction concerns how upgrades are handled: While Bitcoin is known to be conservative with forks and even simple upgrades go through a lengthy discussion process before being implemented, Monero’s software is designed to be automatically updated every six months. In 2018, Monero made history as the first major cryptocurrency to adopt “bulletproof” technology. This innovation significantly improved the efficiency of XMR transactions and led to a minimum 80% reduction in the average transaction size, which means lower fees for users. Despite the existence of many privacy-focused coins, Monero stands out as one of the most recognizable with a large market capitalization. It prioritizes privacy by default, unlike other alternatives like Zcash that offer it as an optional feature. It is also highly preferred by casinos because it has such advantages. It offers a much better service for you compared to other coins.

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BLAST Premier Spring Final 2024 analytical insights from GG.BET & Esports Charts

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The esports analytics service Esports Charts, in collaboration with betting brand GG.BET, widely known for its promotion of esports, has published extensive game and betting data for BLAST Premier: Spring Final 2024. The stats reveal how the players and teams performed, and provide insights into who viewers bet on the most.

The final stage of the BLAST Premier Spring Final 2024 Counter-Strike 2 tournament took place from 12 to 16 June. Over 18,000 spectators gathered at the OVO Arena Wembley in London for the tournament playoffs. It was the first time the UK had hosted a Counter-Strike event on such a scale for six years.

Esports Charts analyzed the event and published a series of reports with reviews of the teams’ and individual players’ greatest achievements in the tournament. Before it started, the analytics service published a retrospective review of the viewership of BLAST Premier Spring tournaments over previous years, statistics on the popularity of different team members among Twitch stream audiences, and exclusive data on which teams GG.BET users bet on to win in the tournament.

After the tournament ended, Esports Charts shared its results. The collection of infographics included data on teams’ performances, such as the most spectacular comebacks and wins in rounds with the lowest budget for purchases. They also show betting statistics, such as which teams’ wins produced the most winnings. The final set of information shows how players performed and contains exclusive betting data on individual performances like total deaths and total kills.

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“The publication of insights into major CS2 tournaments is becoming a tradition. In March of this year, we shared insights into the first CS2 Major in history. Specialists from both GG.BET and Esports Charts dive deep into the tournaments, analyze a huge quantity of data, and therefore have the chance to monitor exciting esports community trends. We’ll also continue to share the insights we find in the future.

Analytics service Esports Charts is famous for its extensive analysis of esports streams. GG.BET is an international betting brand with a wealth of expertise in esports. Thanks to their joint collaboration, both companies have been able to provide information that the esports community wouldn’t normally consider.

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GGPoker Launches Second Year Of microFestival Online Poker Series with $10 Million Guaranteed Prize Pool

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GGPoker is thrilled to announce the return of its microFestival, the world’s largest micro stakes poker festival, running from June 23 through July 7, 2024. With an impressive $10 million in guaranteed tournament prizes, this year’s series promises to be even more exhilarating for poker enthusiasts of all levels.

GGPoker’s microFestival stands out as the premier online poker event for players with modest bankrolls, featuring No-Limit Holdem, Progressive Knockout (PKO) and Pot Limit Omaha tournaments with buy-ins from just $1. The highlight of the series is the $10.80 Mystery Bounty Main Event, which boasts a staggering $1 million guarantee and a top mystery bounty of $100,000.

Adding to the excitement, GGPoker has introduced a unique freeroll promotion to ensure every participant feels like a winner. Players who fail to cash in any microFestival event will receive a free ticket to one of three $5K freeroll tournaments held the following day. This “Second Chance” offer gives all players another opportunity to win cash prizes, reinforcing GGPoker’s commitment to providing exceptional value and entertainment. In total, 50 freerolls will be held, awarding $250,000 in prizes.

Sarne Lightman, Managing Director of GGPoker, expressed his enthusiasm for the upcoming series: “We are incredibly excited to bring back microFestival for a second year, with bigger and better tournaments and prizes. GGPoker’s goal has always been to make poker accessible and enjoyable for everyone, and with events starting at just $1, microFestival offers incredible value and excitement. Adding Second Chance freeroll tournaments is our way of thanking our players and ensuring everyone has multiple opportunities to win big.”

GGPoker’s microFestival 2024 is set to attract a diverse and dynamic field of players, from newcomers looking to dip their toes into online poker to seasoned veterans seeking to showcase their skills in a low-stakes environment. With a packed schedule of events and millions of dollars on the line, the series promises unforgettable moments and life-changing wins.

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Week 25/2024 slot games releases

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Here are this weeks latest slots releases compiled by European Gaming

Spinomenal has expanded its otherworldly Demi Gods Series with the addition of Atlas Unleashed. This epic slots saga unfolds in ancient Greece where the gods rule the reels. The 5×4 design is brought to life with sharp graphics and a momentous soundtrack that lures players into the action. Three Free Spins symbols will instantly launch the feature and will award players with 10 Free Spins. Four Free Spins symbols will award 25 Free Spins and five will gift 50 Free Spins.

Spinomenal bolsters Demi Gods Series with heavenly Atlas Unleashed slot

Forget the dusty saloons of Deadwood R.I.P, the TV dreams of Loner and the spicy dungeons of Kenneth Must Die. This time, you’ll find yourself stranded on a lush island paradise, but paradise takes a dark turn when you discover a Tiki collector with a taste for shrunken heads! Hunted with no food or water, players must face the base game, which features a Progression Bar, where each fallen head is collected. Filling it up will unlock Soul Wilds that progressively increase in size and power. Wild Symbols add 3 points, High Paying Symbols add 2 points and Medium Paying Symbols add 1 point to the bar.

Nolimit City Takes Fans to Discover Tropical Terrors in Beheaded

 

A blistering experience awaits in Blueprint Gaming’s latest offering Cash Strike Hotstepper, as a host of thrilling mechanics take centre stage, including the eye-catching Hotstepper feature offering lavish cash rewards. Stepping into a retro 3×3 grid, a feast of fruit symbols is accompanied by flaming gold coins with the title’s five pathways offering a mammoth 50,000x the original bet. All cash symbols or fixed jackpots on reels one or three are awarded when they land alongside the sizzling Cash Strike Collect symbol on reel two.

Blueprint Gaming blends sizzling mechanics with classic slot fun in Cash Strike Hotstepper

Inspired Entertainment and Paddy Power, the retail division of Flutter Entertainment plc, proudly announce the launch of Paddy Power Gold Cash Freespins, a custom game that combines the distinctive branding of Paddy Power with Inspired’s renowned Gold Cash Freespins theme. Set against the iconic green backdrop of Paddy Power’s signature colour scheme, Paddy Power Gold Cash Freespins is a 5-reel, 4-row, 40-winline slot game packed with branded Wilds and symbols, as well as other player-favorite features.

Inspired Launches Bespoke Gold Cash Freespins Game with Paddy Power

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