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1  Economy / Gambling discussion / Holland: international gambling companies’ terms on: December 03, 2019, 03:47:23 PM
Netherlands’ online gambling industry currently is at the initial formation stages. Licensing Gaming specialists informed our publication about the international gambling operators’ work, legal requirements and licensing features.
2  Local / Bahasa Indonesia (Indonesian) / we cannot make sure that the translation is correct - please help on: November 21, 2019, 06:48:06 AM
Friends, we have cryptocasino here, we would like to make it available in Indonesian, but we cannot make sure that the translation is correct - please help:

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3  Economy / Gambling discussion / Intellectual property in gaming and betting industry on: November 07, 2019, 07:21:33 AM
Some games are software-based while others have been created through the Internet of Things, combining classic games with new technologies and creating an exciting user experience. However, intellectual property rights play an important role in gaming products creation.
4  Economy / Gambling discussion / Profitability of Start-ups VS Venture Capital funds VS Martingale on: October 23, 2019, 11:53:36 AM
Hi there!
I’d stumbled on an interesting article which compares capital investing, IPO and ICO to a martingale strategy in dice😊
Turns out that popular, nowadays, VC’s and IPOs and ICO’s now bring less returns than playing dice using a strategy. What has surprised me is that the risk to lose cash on investments in start-up if you’re willing to make 12% annual return is higher, than the Risk of Ruin of a dice game with the same profitability. It was 32% in dice and 40% for start-up investors. It also described the situation we’ll have in the future more or less, also in the perspective of ICOs and if the article is true, the situation is going to become worse and the proportion of profitability/risk in dice games will be even better off, than the one in most investment types. Good examples are given in it, and there are some points I could’ve argued with, but the main idea does seem quite sound, I thought that maybe that was some kind of mumbo-jumbo, but it looks like the calculations and the stats are quite legit as well.
So what do you think about it personally? Am eager to know your opinions 😎
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