BetKing, the popular cryptocurrency casino platform has raised over $3.4 million in its ongoing ICO campaign so far. The platform is in the process of relaunching its offering after it temporarily closed its operations by the end of December 2016.
BetKing started its operations in 2013 and continued to become one of the most profitable online gambling platforms. During its activities for over three years, the casino platform made a profit of over 7400 BTC. With plans to revamp the entire platform, BetKing shut down its operations and returned all the funds that belonged to the investors.
Since then, the BetKing team has been working on building a new, feature-rich platform with multiple cryptocurrency support and plenty of provably fair games. Apart from the game offering, the latest BetKing platform also supports integration with other casino websites and apps. Also, the site owners integrating BetKing’s services won’t have to worry about user accounts, betting and other backend requirements as BetKing itself will handle them.
The BetKing ICO went live on August 7, 2017, following a successful conclusion of the token pre-sale on July 30, 2017. Investors interested in being part of the revamped cryptocurrency casino platform can do so by purchasing the BetKing Bankroll Token at the ICO. The proceeds from the token sale will be used to bankroll the games (50% of total funds raised through token sales) and to cover the marketing, promotions, infrastructure, legal and hiring expenses.
With another 20 days more to go for the ICO to end, investors still have a chance to become part of the BetKing casino ecosystem. They can join the ICO by visiting the website.
Next week, BetKing will be opening a special version of the website, allowing people to bet on McGregor vs. Mayweather match with Bitcoin. It will also serve as an introduction to the upcoming sports book feature on the platform.
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