DAO.Casino’s success in reaching a wider audience continues to grow. The latest example of community insight we wanted to share is of Yuma, a Japanese web engineer at Bitbank and self-confessed crypto enthusiast, who used DAO.Casino as the basis for Bitbank LT Night #4 conference.
Yuma is particularly drawn to Game Channels, having first read about them in our white paper. “Game Channels are very interesting to me,” he says. “Ethereum contracts do not execute game logic but both the player side and the bankroller side execute the same game logic without cheating. It is amazing.”
Although Yuma is impressed with DAO.Casino overall, it is the Game Channels he really feels can make the biggest difference in the blockchain community. “I have never seen this mechanism before. Another thing we can use is DAO.Casino protocol in various roles, as a player, bankroller, game developer, casino operator, and an affiliate.”
A regular follower of DAO.Casino’s updates, Yuma is aware of how complicated the technology is and the need for clearer explanations. “I should have explained that both the player side and the bankroller side execute game logic and communicate with WebSocket. This mechanism is hard to understand because most online games execute game logic on the online game operator side.”
The former software engineer at ACCESS is unsure about the future of crypto and blockchain gambling, however, but is confident DAO.Casino will play a big part. “I hope DAO.Casino Protocol is established as a default standard. Then, not only will the online gambling service work, but also many indie games or VR space operated by using DAO.Casino Protocol.”
“DAO.casino is open to anyone who wants to use DAO.Casino protocol. It means more people support DAO.Casino rather than the existing gambling industry.”
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