iDice Launches First Mobile Blockchain Based Gambling App

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Jun/12/2017

iDice this week announced its new blockchain based gambling app.

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iDice beta launched two months ago and managed to raise around $200,000 in player profit, without any marketing or promotion, according to news sources.  It has spent Ethereum of worth more than $250,000 on app development.   The crowdsale is anticipated on Friday June 16.

It is estimated that more than half of all cryptocurrency transactions are currently based on gambling.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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