The Ledger: expands, Mega Dice hits $1m and Gala loses $200m in ‘incident’

This week in The Ledger,’s founder reveals strategy in AMA, Mega Dice presale continues to soar, and Gala Games is hit with a $200m loss.

The Ledger was interested to see that founder Loso had revealed that the platform would be expanding its betting options this week. It plans to take it’s offering beyond sports betting to include casino games such as blackjack and roulette.

Describing the changes in an AMA last Monday, Loso also mooted plans to increase its user base, by educating those unfamiliar with Solana or blockchain technology.

Meanwhile, Mega Dice reported another impressive milestone in its token presale. The new $DICE token, crypto casino and sportsbook has raised more than $1m. The token is currently priced at $0.075.

In less positive gamblefi news, Gala Games’ $GALA token lost a chunk of its value on Monday after a transfer of $200m worth of the cryptocurrency during what the company described as “a security incident”. 

On Wednesday, Roobet revealed its May Moonshots and Airdrops event would include a $100,000 prize money giveaway.

Elsewhere, Donald Trump confirmed he would be accepting crypto donations in support of his latest presidential campaign, while former US speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi was reported to be considering backing a critical piece of crypto legislation that is hoped to clarify how the US Securities and Exchange Commission and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission regulate the sector.

FUNToken has continued its months-long run of new partnerships with a link up with metaverse Puff, while Chiliz linked up with Naver Pay, a leading South Korean payment service provider.

Finally, unveiled 18 new casino games. Adventures developed by BGaming and Rich Wilde and the Tome of Insanity from Play’n GO were among them. As well as Loner made by Nolimit City and Heroic Spins by Pragmatic Play.

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Written by Hannah

Hannah is editor of and has almost 15 years experience in journalism, including reporting on law, TV, gambling, crypto and alternative finance. She is particularly interested in the future of money, the transition of gambling from 'vice' industry to mainstream entertainment and the application of blockchain technology to wider society.

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