The Ledger: Snoop’s back, Spider-Man, Adin Ross

In this week's edition of The Ledger Snoop Dogg is back at Roobet, Spider-Man's X account got hacked and Adin Ross has retired at 23.

In this week's, The Ledger we're all about legendary rapper Snoop Dogg being back at Roobet. Snoop is collaborating on the release of a new game titled Snoop’s High Rollers. Last year the crypto gambling platform and the Gin and Juice hitmaker unveiled their first collaborative casino game, Hotbox, following the rapper's appointment as Roobet‘s chief ganjaroo officer – obviously.

Meanwhile, famous online streamer Adin Ross has announced his retirement. It has come as a shock to fans, although here at The Ledger we imagine the 24-year-old is pretty satisfied with his career trajectory from teenage gamer to multi-millionaire. That said, surely there’s more to come…?

Tom Holland has had a bit of a shocker this week, becoming the victim of a cyber-attack on his X account. The Spider-Man actor’s account was then used by the hackers to promote $SPIDER tokens and Spiderverse NFTs to his seven million followers.

In South Korea, young people have been found to be placing more trust in crypto than pension schemes to prepare for their retirement. A study conducted by the Korea Women’s Policy Institute found 86% of interviewees didn’t believe the National Pension Service would be able to cover their pensions in future.

Those planning for their retirement in the UK may feel more comfortable doing the same in future, as this week UK economic secretary to the treasury Bim Afolami confirmed that the country is preparing to pass a host of legislative changes related to crypto. This should make it easier for investors and companies in the country to understand which activities in the sector are allowed, and which are to be avoided.

We also learnt this week that Brazil will not be allowing operators to accept crypto payments under the country’s new gambling regulations. Payments from credit card are also prohibited.

Looking to the burgeoning soccer industry in the UAE, the Pro League has announced this week that it has partnered with Chiliz, a leading blockchain provider for sports and entertainment. As part of the initial phase of this multi-year agreement, the UAE Pro League and Chiliz will introduce a web3-based fantasy soccer game.

Elsewhere, LuckyBlock decided to mark the upcoming Bitcoin halving with an exciting $18,000 giveaway, Photo Finish teased it upcoming Superfecta promotion, and MegaDice announced its $DICE presale had exceeded expectations by raising more than $300,000.

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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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