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Comment: Not for me, but can see the value... (Score 1) 347

by JimsonJ (#42623275) Attached to: Online Gambling Site Bets On Bitcoin To Avoid U.S. Laws
This is just a temporary solution that will end up buying his site time if the US DOJ decides to shut it down. While I personally think the security risks of Bitcoin outweigh the conveniences, considering that online poker probably isn't going to be regulated anytime soon in the States - http://onlinecasino.net/blog/united-states-online-gambling-bills-update/ I can't blame him for trying. As long as his poker site doesn't get as big as Poker Stars, it probably won't become a target for the U.S. government. Bovada will be the first if the DOJ decides to still go after operators....although I think they are finished following the DOJ's new stance on the Wire Act.

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