Sports betting has been a great industry. Worldwide, it’s estimated to generate around $400 billion. It’s understandable why players from various businesses want to participate in it. Today we talk Wagerr. No, this is not a spelling error. It’s a tech company that has invented a new gambling solution that allows you to bet on sports easily and without having to compromise your personal data.
Wagerr, the platform that spearheads its own DApp is quite pleased with the results so far. Using its own token to allow gamers to place wagers, the platform is gaining momentum. And how wouldn’t it be when there are so many positive things about the platform. When you look at the [...]
We have talked about Bitcoin, cryptocurrency and blockchain in all their forms. But one aspect of all of these assets that may have gone unnoticed is their real-world application in one particular field – that of gaming. Video games have been benefiting from cryptocurrencies in a big way! Today we will talk about several projects, or more notably – just mention the benefits of these assets and how they relate to the industry of choice.
To be honest, esports have been doing pretty damn good on their own. We wouldn’t need to make the case for them for anyone to appreciate the amalgamation between smart contracts, a currency and an esports platform. We can mention quite a few [...]
Today, September 09, has been a rather auspicious day for Bitcoin. Just mere hours ago, Bitcoin went up from $6,190 to $6,450, and let’s face it – this is rather good news, or isn’t it? The jump in the value of BTC has been a much refreshing event, as we have all become painfully accustomed to listen about the latest slump.
Given how much beating the Coin had taken in recent months, most recently on September 5, it’s difficult to imagine anyone expecting it to jump back today. Analysts were certainly not expecting anything of the sort.
What Caused the Slump on 5th of September
September is known as the month of plots. After all, a famous and very [...]
Skynet may be the stuff of the future, but tech giants are increasingly rushing to introduce businesses operated by AI, blockchain and good old-fashioned killer robots. While it may sound disconcerting and at least a bit exciting, these companies, detractors say, will be the first to bear the brunt when the machines rise up. However, as the machines plot their silent overthrow of the human race, they are agreeably pushing productivity for everyone along the production chain. And to be fair, the human kin is inclined to sacrifice what’s dear to him for the prospect of landing something even dearer.Walmart Deploys Robots to Carry Out Blockchain Deliveries