Bitcoin

Ukrainian Network Nearly Took Control of Bitcoin Last Week

As Bitcoin, the alternative anonymous digital currency, becomes more widely accepted within the online gambling community (Americas Cardroom became the first major poker network to implement the option last week), operators remain skeptical….and perhaps with good reason.

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Jan/15/2014

Gambling911.com World Exclusive: Americas Cardroom Now has Bitcoin Option

As first reported by Gambling911.com Monday, the biggest online poker room to date will begin offering bitcoin deposit and withdrawal options.  Depositing via bitcoin will be available as of today (January 8, 2014).  Withdrawal availability will follow shortly.

Submitted by C Costigan on, Jan/08/2014

Biggest Online Poker Room Yet to Begin Offering Bitcoin – G911 Exclusive

Gambling911.com has confirmed that one of the world’s largest online poker networks is set to begin offering the anonymous online currency bitcoin as early as this week.

This room will also convert bitcoins to cash on their end to minimize the risk factor for players, we have been advised.  Until now, players have been relegated to online poker rooms that were either new to the seen or only offered bitcoin exclusively as a deposit or withdrawal method. 

Submitted by Nagesh Rath on, Jan/06/2014

Zynga Incorporates Digital Currency Bitcoin: Tops $1000

In recent days, social gaming company Zynga announced the adaptation of anonymous digital currency Bitcoin for some of its social games.

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Jan/05/2014

Robocoin Bitcoin ATM Arrives in Hong Kong, Taiwan: 50 Machines Sold

Robocoin, the first ever shipping ATM, has arrived in Hong Kong and Taiwan, thus helping to make the alternative payment solution even more mainstream. 

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Jan/04/2014

Doggone Shame: Millions of Bitcoin Alternative Dogecoin Stolen in Christmas Hack

The founders of Dogewallet, a storage system for the Bitcoin alternative Dogecoin, have confirmed a hack that may have cost owners of the currency over $12,000. Reports of the hack first began gathering pace at the Dogecoin forum, where users reported their funds were being sent to a wallet without their authorization. In separate posts on Reddit’s Dogecoin page and the dogewallet.com front page, the founders explained the issue.

Submitted by Associated Press on, Dec/26/2013

Breaking News

Lawmaker Pleads Guilty in Case Linked to Illegal Gambling

Lawmaker Pleads Guilty in Case Linked to Illegal Gambling

A lawmaker accused of using his political influence to benefit an illegal gambling ring pleaded guilty Tuesday to two misdemeanor charges.

Paddy Power Blocked From Twitter

Paddy Power Blocked From Twitter

With more than 632,000 followers, the Dublin-based betting firm appears to have violated Twitter provisions. 

Atlantic City Gambling Revenue Down in July

Casino revenue in Atlantic City was down last month 2.7 percent over last year, yet the seven remaining casinos saw a slight increase.