Online Bingo News in The United Kingdom - Latest News, Top Stories & Analysis September 2020

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Not sure about how to gamble with Cryptocurrency? Or what's the "blockchain?" Recently there has been a lot of talk about cryptocurrency across all media. It can all be a bit overwhelming at first. But we all need to get with the program. After all there are companies out there who have been accepting cryptocurrencies as a means of payment for years. As the gambling industry continues to evolve, then any new form of innovation will be received with open arms.

So what exactly are mobile gambling apps? Today you can do everything from the screen of your mobile phone. Check the weather, set the thermostat at home and order you shopping. In fact, you're a good chance that you're actually reading this on your trusty mobile. So it's only a small step from all those activities, to being able to have a flutter.

Not surprisingly, Macau's January revenues tumble even though a drop in income was on the cards. This was down the effects of the Coronavirus. But the magnitude of the drop has taken analysts and commentators by surprise. Gambling revenues for the month of January took a serious nose-dive when compared with figures from a year earlier.

Credit card gambling banned from April 2020. All UK based gamblers will be unable to use their credit cards to place bets online. This follows a serious shake up by the UK industry regulator.

Hold onto your hats everyone....Google has just announced that it's prepared to change it's stance on US gambling advertisements in 2020. The plan is to ease up on casino advertising and rid the internet of the sweeping ban on gambling ads.

So what exactly is Bitcoin? And how can you use Bitcoin in gambling? Well, the short answer is that it's a digital currency or cryptocurrency that can be both created and stored electronically. It's controlled by it's users (decentralized) rather than a bank or other fixed organization.