Bitboss launches Dragon SV Casino

Bitboss owns the Dragon SV Casino which runs on the Bitcoin SV (BSV) ecosystem. Starting from July 28, players can now enjoy igaming on the go, using BSV to bet from their Android devices at Dragon BSV Casino, all courtesy of the Bitboss gaming platform.

The casino states that all bets are provably fair and in compliance with industry standards. Roulette and Baccarat are the first available games, but Dragon SV Casino has teased more games further down the road, including Sic Bo and Blackjack.

According to Bitboss, the website is now looking into other products, including sports betting and lottery games, and the website had this to say:

“We are always expanding this library so you can add, remove, or trade out games anytime to make your own personal casino more enjoyable.”

As to the actual installation process, Bitboss assures that it’s very easy. All users need to do is download the dedicated .APK file and launch installation. However, keep in mind that no BSV wallet would let you complete a process until it's been proven that it can be backed up.

According to Bitboss, users can get access to random seeds and test whether the games and outcomes are provably fair. Blockchain encryption allows players to gain access before they bet, so they can always verify the honesty of the offer to come.

Bitboss is also looking to introduce an iOS app, but for that, the company will have to obtain a permission from the Apple Store. Meanwhile, there are plenty of casinos you would be able to try right now.

We recommend having a go at FortuneJack or BitCasino.io, which are two of our top-ranked casinos and accept rival bitcoin and Ether tokens.

Looking for your next crypto casino? Check out: Bitcasino, Gamb.co or FortuneJack.

Written by Tudor

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