Philip Runyan: Show people they can trust you

Hold Gaming boss Philip Runyan is among those crypto individuals who believe that skill-based casino games are the future of regulated gaming in the US.

Speaking to's Rebecca Liggero Fontana, Runyan has shared his opinion on the potential market for skill-based games, as well as how Bitcoin SV (BSV) can facilitate the transition towards what he believes is the future of games.

Runyan's confidence in the market is unshakable. “People will play if you give them the proper tools, they will also put money into it”, he said. Naturally, Runyan has an agenda, as Hold Gaming's own focus lies on skill-based games.

This is not to say that he is not right. While regulators have been a little fidgety at first to introduce such games, and audiences have been unhurried to embrace them, Runyan believes that delivering the right product at the right moment to the right people is key to success, paired with the power of the blockchain.

Bitcoin SV websites have been proliferating even though Bitcoin casinos still hold supremacy. Nevertheless, Runyan has been happy to remain a proponent of Bitcoin SV and the immense benefit of skill-based games, a benefit that impacts players and businesses, he believes.

Going a little further to explain why skill-based games would work, Runyan added that there must be a fair trade-off for consumers and businesses. “I have to trust that my competitor is real, I have to trust that we both got a fair shake, and there’s really only one way to do that. And it’s not by asking people to just trust you, you need to be able to show them,” he concluded.

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Written by Barney


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