Since the launch of Bitcoin, Blockchain and in many respects, digital currencies have become essential tools used across multiple industries. Still, one area that stands out for the opportunities for integration is the online gaming industry. While many regions are still toying with legislation before adopting, the Asian gaming industry with one of the largest markets is pressing ahead at a blistering pace.  As one of the gaming industries more advanced operators, it should come as no surprise that they were one of the first to adopt the use of digital currencies.

Dragon co-founder, Paul Moynan said, ‘by using digital currencies, such as Dragon Coin, gamers and gaming operators benefit from the power of the Blockchain.  Gaming is provably fair as every transaction is recorded in an immutable ledger and removes the need for players to carry around large sums of money or suffer high transaction fees from central banks.’

According to reports, gamers in Asia generate $ Billions in gaming revenue and make up a staggering 45% of the total global gaming revenue since 2016, demonstrating why.  Mobile gaming continues to be popular with the ever-present smartphone being carried around in people's pockets, casual gaming on mobile devices now accounts for a staggering $70 Billion generated in Asia alone.

So, as Dragon gets set to become fully operational at the start of 2020, VIP / High Roller gamers at Dragon Junkets will be able to get in on the action quicker than ever with Dragon Coin and the Dragon Social Wallet as well as enjoying dramatically low fees for their games.

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