Vegascasino.io Launches Into The Bitcoin Casino And Online Gaming Markets

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Vegascasino.io Launches Into The Bitcoin Casino And Online Gaming Markets
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Bitcoin Press Release: Just launched Bitcoin Casino Vegascasino.io offers bettors and players an industry leading online betting and online gambling experience that is second to none.

Vegascasino.io is a new player in the Bitcoin gambling market, but boasts an experienced team of professionals behind the platform. The team comes from a fiat currency gambling background running casinos, sportsbooks and poker for over a decade:

It is a new and an exciting venture for us. Bitcoin popularity is growing every day and we want to make sure the industry has more trusted providers. We do our utmost to treat each customer individually and offer them the best service. To make sure all of their needs are met with the highest standards.“ Says Vegascasino’s PR manager.

Vegascasino.io went on to say that a sportsbook is planned in near-future to make sure users have a variety of services to choose from. The Bitcoin casino has launched using the well-known Coingaming platform for Bitcoin gambling operators.

Compared to many other Bitcoin casinos Vegascasino.io’s quantity, and quality, of games is very high. With such game providers like Betsoft, Play’n’Go, Takisto, Ezugi, Betgames, Gameart and Endorphina they are instantly one of the biggest Bitcoin casinos by game selection.

Customers Bitcoin casino experience does not get any easier or faster than it does withVegascasino.io. Users can make Bitcoin deposits and withdrawals within seconds, inside the games and from the cashier.

Vegascasino.io’s Bitcoin casino games are thoroughly tested by Gaming Labs to ensure fair and competitive payout ratios to provide the maximum casino entertainment.

For more information please go to: http://vegascasino.io

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E-mail: media@vegascasino.io

Address: Vegas Royal S.A., Obelisk Plaza 1 km west the Forum on Route 27. Santa Ana, San Jose Costa Rica.

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BitStamp Launches Bitcoin Debit Card For EU Citizens
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European Bitcoin exchange BitStamp launched a pre-paid debit card that can be loaded with bitcoin on Wednesday.

According to the London-based exchange, the debit card is accepted at anywhere major credit and debit cards are accepted. The card’s balance can be denominated either in British pounds, euros or American dollars.

The debit card has three stages of verification, each with its own spending limit. The most basic stage requires no know-your-customer verification and allows for €2,500 worth of transactions annually. Government ID, proof of residence, and a certified source of funds document is required for the highest annual spending limit, €125,000.

Crypto Debit Card

The debit cards can be ordered now. They are first received in a digital form that can be used only at online websites. A physical card for usage at brick-and-mortar retail stores can be ordered for $10. The card will take 10 to 15 business days to arrive.

 After receiving the card, users can transfer bitcoin from a BitStamp account to it; a $10 flat fee will be taken for transfers of $1,000 or less. A 2 percent fee will be taken for anything above that.

Card holders will be able to see their transaction history, retrieve their PIN, order new cards and more at cardportal.com.

The debit card was launched through a partnership with the European and Latin American payment processor AstroPay. The London-based company operates the largest payment network in Latin America and has partnered with several Bitcoin companies in the past, including Latin American Bitcoin exchange Bitex.la, cryptocurrency development company Ripple Labs and the now-defunct exchange Mt Gox.

The card currently is not available to U.S. citizens. The Bitcoin exchange hopes to expand the service to United States, but BitStamp founder and CEO Nejc Kodrič said no launch date has been determined.

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3 Bitcoin Podcasts Featuring Industry Leaders
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With the news of SoundCloud’s integration with Changetip, it only makes sense that there is a surge in appeal toward Bitcoin news and analysis podcasts.

While constantly refreshing the most popular Bitcoin news sites is addictive to some, it does not always capture the true passion behind digital currency enthusiasts because they lack one thing podcasts have: a passionate voice. Whether you’re traveling on a WiFi-free flight, or waiting for the next price change, the Bitcoin podcasts below are sure to satiate your appetite.

 

Decentralize.fm
Bitcoin Magazine had the chance to speak to Decentralize.fm’s Tony Sakish, who spoke about how they
“did not want to be a podcast exclusively about Bitcoin, as there are plenty of those.” This led to Decentralize taking a different route and really covering other things that are related, but that do not exclusively involve Bitcoin. Topics range from decentralization of education, to virtual worlds and politics related to everything crypto.

Run by Eric Martindale (Bitpay), James Walpole (Bitpay), Tony Sakish (Augur) and Chaz Ferguson, Decentralize.fm started eight months ago with their first guest, country singer Shooter Jennings, who talked about cryptocurrency as well as decentralization in music.

Their latest episode is with Ryan X. Charles, former astrophysicist, veteran of BitPay and Reddit, and current software engineer at BitGo. Ryan comments on BitGo’s Innovators Patent Agreement which has recently created a stir.

Their unbiased approach toward Bitcoin adds a new flavor to podcasting about the digital currency, an example being their interview with Steve Albini, who’s produced records for Nirvana, The Pixies, PJ Harvey, Cheap Trick and many others. Albini’s take on Bitcoin might not be positive, but is a refreshing one nonetheless.

Trace Mayer’s Bitcoin Knowledge Podcast
Considered a Bitcoin legend by many, Trace Mayer is most renowned for being one of digital currency’s earliest adopters, while the market cap was still less than $2 million, Mayer had already helped fund Armory, Bitpay & Kraken.

His podcasts usually span 15 to 30 minutes and are updated as often as once every three days. One of his most popular podcasts is his interview with Erik Voorhees, author of Money & State, and current CEO of Shapeshift.io.

Other notable mentions are his interviews with Kraken CEO Jesse Powell, and more recently with Roger Ver, who funded big names such as Blockchain.info & Coinlab.com.

Let’s Talk Bitcoin
Boasting more than 9,000 community members, Let’s Talk Bitcoin (LTB) prides itself on being more than just a podcast. Episodes are uploaded almost every day, and have been consistently covering all aspects of cryptographically secured money since April 2013. The website has numerous hosts and sub-shows, and content is largely volunteer-based. Dubbed as an “an experimental community platform,” the LTB network is “home to many ACTs (Autonomous Content Teams) who create what they want and when they want, according to their own rules.”

The network’s podcasts ideas range from breaking news to interviews and even satire. Popular episodes include the interview with founder of Bitinstant Charlie Shrem and Andreas M. Antonopolous’s episode about his book Mastering Bitcoin.

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