Betting Platform PeerPlays Successfully Launches Its Blockchain

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Jun/12/2017

After completing its ICO last month, the wagering platform PeerPlays has confirmed it launched its blockchain over this past week.

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PeerPlays announced that chain ID# 6b6b5f0ce7a36d323768e534f3edb41c6d6332a541a95725b98e28d140850134 does conform to PBSA standards of provable-fairness, thus qualifying it to be the official Peerplays blockchain.

The Peerplays core wallet app is also now available for download.

The PPY tokens can be obtained and thus allow gamblers from around the world to place wagers.  The bet processing occurs in the blockchain.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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