DAO.casino

  • Open:
    June 29, 2017
  • Deadline:
    July 26, 2017
  • ICOscale:
    not specified
  • Currency:
    Ethereum
  • Category:
    Past ICO

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Overview

Symbol BET
Crowdsale opening date 29. Jun 2017
Crowdsale closing date 26. Jul 2017
Concept The core objective behind the existence of DAO.Casino is to replace centralised casino models with a socio-economic protocol with no human intervention whatsoever. This decentralized system will achieve a fine balance between active participation and a fair economic return for those who participate. For developers, DAO.Casino proposes to eliminate their need to rely on centralized casinos. Instead, the protocol makes it easier for these talented individuals and teams to monetise their work, raise funds, and expect bankrolling without paying heavy commissions.For gamers, DAO.Casino is equally attractive, as it allows them to break free from rigged centralised online casinos. Traditional casinos are a black box; players cannot call their bluff easily, because the outcomes of each bet are calculated behind closed curtains. DAO.Casino, on the other hand, allows for transparency. The protocol focuses on obtaining pseudorandomness in all the gaming outcomes by introducing an economic incentive layer. Here, the participants interact with PRNG contracts to ensure unpredictable pseudorandomness. In the beginning we expect existing licensed online casino operators to integrate with the protocol to reduce costs, while long-term new forms of regulations more suitable for decentralised, transparent and automated systems can emerge.

 Team

Members Ilya Tarutov – CEO

Konstantin Lomashuk – Protocol architect

Alexander Noxon – CTO & Platform development

Alex Kirillov – CFO

Ksenya Bellman – Business development

Alexandra Fetisova – Project Manager

Sergey Pomorin – Game Developer

Sergey Lonshakov – DAO design & implementation

Alexander Krupenkin – Solidity developer

Eugene Radchenko – Program manager

Akbar Murataliev – Marketing executive

Alexander Davydov – Solidity developer

Country of origin Germany