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DAOBet Launches New Blockchain Brand


A leading online gaming operator has relaunched its range of online gaming products, which aim to provide a faster service for online gambling fans.

DAOBet, an online casino gaming specialised that earlier this year launched its own gaming blockchain has announced improvements to its central product, which has also been rebranded. The new service, which will be known as DAOBet mainnet, can offer fast transaction speeds, with latency at 0.1, providing for as many as 3,000 operations each second.

According to DAOBet, mainnet employs cutting edge algorithms, including an algorithm that was developed with the DAOBet blockchain in mind, called RANDPA. The firm claims that the new system will provide impregnable security, requiring as many as 100 validators. It will also provide clients and game developers with specific resources that will enable them to add games to the DAOBet platform without difficulty.

The rebranded package will feature all of the DAOGroup brands, including DAOGames, DAO Wallet and DAOPlatform, along with DAOBet.

Speaking about the relaunch, a spokesperson for DAOBet said that the new unified package would provide the complete online gambling platform:

“As the names suggest, the unification covers a comprehensive online gambling offer, starting from a platform that allows lightning-fast transactions with zero fees, all backed by the tools and resources needed to develop and deploy a new game to the said platform, and withdraw paybacks at a moment’s notice both by the gambler and the game developer.”

DAOBet are keen to emphasise that the rebranding also reflects a more ambitious approach. According to the firm, the DAOGroup ecosystem is designed to provide an optimised platform for a wide variety of online gaming, building on the firm’s original reputation as an online casino.


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