Bitcoin.com has partnered with Canadian gaming and lottery giant Bravio Technologies following its historic relationship with HTC. Bitcoin.com will see the collaboration extend its Bitcoin Cash scope into global lotteries, one of the most lucrative industries in the world.
Bravio is to develop the new site and host Bitcoin.com. Customers visiting lottery.bitcoin.com will soon have the option of playing a range of games like anonymous Bitcoin Cash (BCH) and Bitcoin Core (BTC) lotteries, improved sweepstakes for quickfire, and the ever-popular weekly Mega Jackpot draws.
The crypto lotteries of Bitcoin.com will be completely transparent, encrypted and will operate entirely on blockchain technology. Automatic payouts will be sent directly to the digital wallets of players, and the Bitcoin.com lotteries, thanks to the anonymous nature of the blockchain, will provide a full-private way for both play and assert lottery wins.
Explaining the situation, Stefan Rust, CEO of Bitcoin.com said: “Bitcoin.com partnering with Bravio introduces global lotteries such as Powerball and El Gordo to the cryptocurrency ecosystem. We are delighted as Bravio brings extensive lottery expertise complementing our deep-rooted cryptocurrency and blockchain technology expertise.”
Bravio CEO Paul Carroll added, “The digital entertainment industry is constantly growing. The demand for new and innovative ways to pay, play, and cash out is at the forefront of Bravio’s business strategy. As blockchain technology evolves, new markets are opening, and co-mingling cryptocurrency, blockchain, and gaming is something we have looked at for a few years now. The partnership with Bitcoin.com is a fantastic opportunity for both companies to scale! Our aim is to bring highly secure crypto gaming to the masses.”
The collaboration between Bitcoin.com and Bravio Tech promotes the mission of the crypto business to help more people access and use Bitcoin Cash in whatever way it works for them. The website aims to become a gateway for both BCH, BTC, and global lotteries, giving users the ability to use crypto-payment methods from anywhere in the world.