Coingaming Integrates the 27th Games Content Provider

The Bitcoin gaming industry has had some bad periods with the falling value of the Bitcoin and the lack of providers who wanted to offer games in a currency that was not a traditional one. However this has changed in the last years time and Bitcoin iGaming provider Coingaming is leading the way.

Coingaming has just signed an agreement with Booming Games and integrated their portfolio into their services, making them the 27th partner they have signed and integrated so far. This provides their whitelabel partners with plenty of choice to get a good site up and rolling and ensures they can compete in a harsh environment.

Amongst some of the other providers that Coingaming currently offers are Netent, Ezugi, Microgaming and Betsoft. These are also well known as being some of the market leaders and they are helping to convert people to using Bitcoins rather than fiat-currencies.

Mark McGuinness, Communications Director of, said: “Bitcoin is the payment choice for the Connected Generation, of digital natives seeking digitally connected gaming entertainment, especially withdrawals. For these gaming customers, everything is and needs to be on-demand, with value and services that make lives simpler. Need a cab, use Uber, send an instant message open Telegram. Bitcoin provides that adjunct for on-demand gaming experience and gratification.  Instant transfers, discreet methods and borderless fulfilment, Bitcoin allows a payment from anyone, anywhere within the online gaming ecosystem. Coingaming’s strategy is to ensure gaming content providers don’t miss out on having their games enabled for bitcoin to reach the most connected generation in human existence especially in underbanked societies around the world.” 

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