Best Canada Casinos Online - October 2013 News Archive

This section lists news stories added here to Best Canada Casinos Online on October 2013.

BestCanadaCasinosOnline - News Archive - October / 2013

Canadian Gamblers Now Able to Convert Dollars to Bitcoin Added: October 29, 2013

It is now possible for those people who engage in online gambling in Canada to have access to the virtual currency of Bitcoin through an ATM device that is certainly one of the first of its kind available anywhere.

Online Gambling Proposal Made for Atlantic Canada Added: October 22, 2013

Could there possibly be regulated online gambling in the Atlantic provinces? Well, that could indeed be conceivable, if the Atlantic Lottery Corporation has its way.

The Verdict is In: "Runner Runner" is Awful Added: October 14, 2013

The movie "Runner Runner" continues to get negative response. The fiction tale about the online gaming industry, which obviously did not undertake much in the way of location research or research into the inner workings of the business itself, has not been a big success at the box office, nor has it hit the spot with critics.

AGA's "Runner Runner" Ad Campaign Criticized Added: October 7, 2013

Upon the release of the movie "Runner Runner" the controversy that has been surrounding the film heated up even more. The film itself only did $7.6 million in its opening weekend, well below expectations, but the online gambling world has been paying lots of attention, due to the participation of high-profile stars like Ben Affleck and Justin Timberlake.

Bitcoin Casinos Are Making Strides Added: October 2, 2013

The major operators may not be on board just yet, but there is no question about the fact that online casinos that accept Bitcoin are increasing, and the virtual currency is creating a new phenomenon that might force the hand of other companies, which is the Bitcoin-only casino. That is to say, a casino that will only accept Bitcoin, as opposed to one that simply offers it as one of its casino payment methods. Casinos that wish to go "all in" with the coins may be taking a certain amount of risk, in that they are themselves betting on the development of Bitcoin, but if you talk to many financial experts, as well as investors like the well-known Winklevoss twins (of Facebook infamy) who have a major stake in it, they will tell you it is here to stay.