BitBoss integrates DotWallet

Denver-based technology developer BitBoss has finalized the integration of DotWallet, a Bitcoin SV-powered digital wallet and application ecosystem.

As a result of the integration, DotWallet members now have access to BitBoss' igaming platform, which is available for download through the dedicated DotWallet app center.

BitBoss has a sizable footprint in the igaming blockchain space, having developed a series of innovative and provably fair products that make full use of the public digital ledger to ensure that the outcomes of all games are free of tampering. DotWallet has an estimated customer base of over 1 million people.

To achieve its success, BitBoss has relied solely on Bitcoin SV blockchain as the best fit for igaming developments. So far, the company features a number of products on its portfolio, including poker, blackjack, roulette, baccarat, and naturally online slots.

BitBoss guarantees the fairness of its games by uploading all the information about every game outcome on, a website dedicated to bringing transparency in every public transaction that transpires on the blockchain.

Thanks to the integration, DotWallet consumers will be able to pay and cash out directly through their wallet, adding ease to igaming sessions. Payments are expedient and quick, offering a flexible banking environment.

Both BitBoss CEO Matthew Dickson and DotWallet CEO Lin Zheming were excited by the news and expressed confidence that it's a logical step forward in their operations.

According to Dickson, BitBoss is now in a unique position to benefit from DotWallet's substantial user base whereas DotWallet consumers can now enjoy a safe gaming environment available to them.

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