becomes first DAOPlatform gaming operator is hoping to derive benefits from going live on DAO’s pioneering iGaming platform and enjoy various synergies on the DAOBet blockchain.

While this is the first addition for DAO, is already operating and available to consumers in Latin America, Africa, Europe and CIS.

Previously in August, the iGaming platform did a soft launch testing volume, interest and overall traffic.

For its launch, the casino has picked five DAOGames, including Blackjack, Dice, Baccarat, Three Card Brag and High Card.

All of these games come with a verified Random Number Generator (RNG) that is further approved by GLi, an independent testing authority. is also changing the paradigm for its casino product by offering no deposit requirements offers, instant payouts, ultra-fast game finality and other banking improvements, boosting the overall transactional speed.

Another benefit is the existence of DAOWallet, a gateway between crypto and fiat payments that allows purchasing and using ETH, BTC and stable coins such as TrueUSD and Tether.

Commenting on these developments, DAOGroup’s CGO Glen Bullen, said:

“We’re very excited to showcase the DAOPlatform and its cutting-edge performance with such a quality brand as; and, with their initial success proving the product, we look forward to rolling it out to further brands and help shape the future of iGaming.”

DAO and aren’t the only two brands out there to offer iGaming solutions for the blockchain, though. Players will find a variety of options, including Bitcasino, FortuneJack, and CasinoFair.

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

Written by David


David is co-founder of, and has worked in the crypto gambling space since 2015.

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