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The very first time Bitcoin was officially used as means of payment by an online gaming website several years ago marked the beginning of the new era in online gambling industry: dozens of poker rooms, virtual casinos and sportbooks, and p ...
I've just sold one of the first domains I ever bought: anyproperty.com (23 January 2015)
I've just sold one of the first domains I ever bought: anyproperty.com. Feels like saying goodbye to an old friend. I had such big plans for it all those years ago. Has it really been 15 years? I'd started building the website on Sunday af ...
Destiny: this video game will be huge! (28 July 2014)
On 9 September 2014 a major new video game title will be released: Destiny. This is arguably the biggest product, not just in the history of the gaming industry, but in the history of entertainment. At $500 million the budget for this gam ...
Iovation: security in online casino platforms (27 February 2014)
Despite the periodic headlines about worldwide online services being hacked, nobody has ever heard about online casinos facing this kind of problem. So how do online casinos manage to keep your account safe? Of course they are using all advanced s ...
Chat: the future of communication (03 February 2014)
The future of business and personal communication lies with chat platforms. Modern chat platforms combine the best of all previous forms of communication. Chat can function as an asynchronous messaging system like emails or letters, and also provid ...