Crypto and Poker

Crypt0rsCrypt0rs Red Chipper Posts: 6 ✭✭
Hi guys,
I have been i n poker world for many years,
opened first live poker room at 18 years old
worked as country manager for Poland and Italy for Maltese poker room
Owned my own online poker room with italian license

Today I am working on a big project that see Crypto and Poker as crypto offer several points to poker, let's see it

deposit / withdrow : both automatic and immediate
tax issue:in many countries crypto is not considered income so poker players has no pay tax on it ( in case where gaming at all is seen as taxable, the crypto doesn't rapresent cash, and has to be changed with real money or other crypto , btc, eth ecc)
Governament Limitation:crypto poker will be decentralized so there is no possibility to block it as every players host a part of the game
world and players players around all world could play together in one single network.... can you imagine China, Russia, Usa, India, France, Germany, Brazil, Spain etc plaing all together??
Trasparence all poker hands will be for ever stored online and every player can check it
Verificationthe verification is not needed for governaments but is needed for avoid collusion or player with multiple accounts play more user at same table
Collusion the AI will help noticing players that seat always together and analyze the game when goes in blockchain (after hands end) so if notice that 2 or more players plays together, they simply will not be allowed to seat again together, making the game safety for players
Traffic this can create massive traffic as it will be avaible all over the world
rake this could be one of the biggest benefits as the rake gonna be much lower

there is tons of benefit for a technology like this applied to games, specially to poker
we nee only people that is crazy enought to make a step into this world

thanks for read all, wish you got great time at poker table

Tony

Comments

  • persuadeopersuadeo Red Chipper, Table Captain Posts: 3,987 ✭✭✭✭✭
    It all sounds good, but does not seem to be the reality of how the market works, is it? Crypto sites have not really taken off.

    Keep us updated and good luck.
  • TheGameKatTheGameKat Posts: 2,078 -
    I'm happy to have this as a general discussion, but ask @Crypt0rs to read the thread linked below to ensure he doesn't come into conflict with site terms of service:

    https://forum.redchippoker.com/discussion/11729/rules-for-starting-threads-in-commercial-offerings
    Moderation In Moderation
  • Crypt0rsCrypt0rs Red Chipper Posts: 6 ✭✭
    persuadeo wrote: »
    It all sounds good, but does not seem to be the reality of how the market works, is it? Crypto sites have not really taken off.

    Keep us updated and good luck.

    Hi thanks for your answer,
    the reason is that none of theme is really concrete (at momente)
    I can mention the biggest example,
    Tony G and coin poker: poker room that use exact the same software of tonybet, and they create a crowdfunding, creating some virtual chip and selling for real money, raising over 16 millions for a software that is already made and has nothing to do (still at moment) with blockchain and crypto.... let's say they have to improve a lot to get the market....

    If we put it on something real and stable, without going to ask people money for start something that can be owned by everyone... all has different face....
    and of course goint to show up in front of poker players who love the game... and not in front of speculators that knows crypto only for make few bucks and not for real utility
  • Crypt0rsCrypt0rs Red Chipper Posts: 6 ✭✭
    TheGameKat wrote: »
    I'm happy to have this as a general discussion, but ask @Crypt0rs to read the thread linked below to ensure he doesn't come into conflict with site terms of service:

    https://forum.redchippoker.com/discussion/11729/rules-for-starting-threads-in-commercial-offerings

    hi, thank you for you answer
    I am sure it's not going in conflic as there is no real business issue, it's just finding likeminded people to work on a project... of course when comes to launch it, for sure there need advertise and redchip it will be one of the contacts I will try :)
  • StangretStangret Kyiv, UkraineRed Chipper Posts: 5
    This is a very good move. I think that in the nearest future more and more online poker rooms will move away from the traditional methods of payment and will switch to cryptocurrency. Besides, there are not many crypto poker platforms with good traffic nowadays..
    Good luck!

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