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Endorphina to Launch First Bitcoin Themed Slot

Endorphina to Launch First Bitcoin Themed Slot

Endorphina, an online gaming provider, announced the launch of a brand new slot today, with a special theme. The new game is called ‘Satoshi Secrets’, which is inspired by the Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies generally and especially the father of them, Satoshi Nakamoto.

The game will be released in HD as all of Endorphina’s games are, bringing you the crisp graphics and perfect animations. But not only is the game about the Bitcoin, it also only accepts cryptocurrencies and cannot be played for fiat-money, making it exclusive to the cryptocurrency community.

Endorphina has decided to take the secretive approach towards the release which will actually be on May 14th. They have not given any details towards how the game-play will work, how many reels there is, pylons and so on.

Instead all of that will be revealed on May 14th at the Bitcoin Conference in Prague, where people from all over the world will be participating to learn more about the cryptocurrency. One of the biggest topics will be gambling with Bitcoins, so what could be more natural than to release the game there.

Jan Urbanec, business development manager of Endorphina, comments: “We are working on an innovative product with better features, graphics and sound. Our entire team is very excited about the new game to be released. Whereas bitcoin casino is no news to the industry, our new bitcoin themed slot is something no one has ever done before. Endorphina is opening a new era in the igaming world. And we couldn’t find a better event than the Bitcoin Conference Prague for the very first release of the slot.”

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