Have you ever had dreams about starting your own online casino just like in Casino Royale

Have you ever had dreams about starting your own online casino just like in Casino Royale? You may have even looked into it in the past but may have been put off by the online casino industry. Don’t worry, you’re not alone!

Many in the past have tried to open their own online casino, only to run into stumbling block after stumbling block. There are several reasons why it is so difficult for the average person to open their own online casino. For one, you need a significant amount of capital just to get the ball rolling. You need to get specific licenses, you need to organize key partnerships with online casino software developers, you need to get the endorsement of organizations such as eCOGRA, SSL secure servers, and so much more. All of this has to happen before you ever even think of advertising your bonus offers to prospective players.

Something else worth considering, the competition currently within the online casino industry is insane and there is very little room left for any small fish to still get a piece of the action. Most of the top online casinos are run by conglomerates and corporations, organizations with the right sort of muscle to crush competition and get things done.

Here’s another interesting point that has had a lot of tongues wagging lately throughout the industry. According to some sources, the online casino industry has peaked and, is in fact at the start of a decline. This is due to overfishing of the waters, so to speak, too many online casinos all vying for the same money. Online casinos are also beginning to stagnate as more and more players become disillusioned with the house edge advantage system that all online casinos run on. This makes sense – after all, what’s the point of playing at an online casino if you’re just going to get ripped off in the end?


Well, it is as long as you forget about the old way of doing things and embrace the new. There is a new kind of online casino that is going to revolutionize the entire industry and it’s called ZeroEdge. As its name implies, ZeroEdge is the only online casino in the world that is offering online casino games with no house edge. This means that, for the first time ever, players can rely on their luck or their skill and come out on top, without worrying about any unfair advantages against them.


This is the easy part and is the only real way that any ordinary people like you (not huge corporations) can realistically open an online casino and actually do well, very well.

ZeroEdge is a white label online casino solution, which means that you can simply make use of all of the resources that are already in place but still call it your own online casino. The casino is powered by a unique cryptocurrency called Zerocoin, which is increasing in value as more and more gamblers begin to see the benefits of switching over to ZeroEdge gambling.

All that you have to do to get the ball rolling is visit the ZeroEdge website, fill in the simple and easy application form, and send your Zerocoins to bankroll. That’s it! It’s very easy to get going and the super friendly support team at ZeroEdge will help you with every step of the process.

Savedroid founder Dr. Yassin Hankir publicly announced his own $50 million exit scam on Twitter by posting a selfie of himself at the airport and a beach resort, along with the message “Thanks guys! Over and out …”

Scams are nothing new to digital currencies. Stick around the crypto world long enough and you’ll have seen cons of every stripe and color: literal Ponzicoins that promise exorbitant returns for little investment, sketchy projects with plagiarized whitepapers, and even fake airdrops offering free coins in return for a nominal “donation.” As famed showman P.T. Barnum once allegedly said, “There’s a sucker born every minute.”

But one can’t help but laugh at how arrogant some of these schemes have gotten. We’ve seen project roadmaps using portraits of Ryan Gosling on their fake bio pages. We’ve seen crypto devs with more arrest records than we can count on both hands. We’ve seen air-droppers posing as famous crypto celebrities, such as Binance CEO Zhao ChengPeng, on Twitter in an attempt to advertise fraudulent coins to their followers. And against all expectations, we’ve even seen Twitter users attempt to imitate U.S. President Donald Trump, of all people, to try to push crypto scams.


And then there is the classic ICO (initial coin offering) exit scam, an all too familiar beast now that ICOs have surged in popularity in the past year. Much like their IPO counterparts, ICOs offer investors a chance to fund startup crypto companies by buying their tokens or coins with the hopes that they will increase in value.

ICOs, however, typically go through none of the rigorous auditing and paperwork traditionally required of IPOs. While this loose regulatory framework has opened up cryptocurrency to a large degree of innovation, it also leaves investors vulnerable to extraordinary risk. In fact, many ICOs these days usually offer investors nothing more than a bold idea and the promise that the devs will build it into a working product. Investors are guaranteed nothing should the company fail . . . or if they simply run off with their cash in what has now become known as an “exit scam.”


One such project to raise millions in their ICO was Savedroid, a German company founded by a man named Dr. Yassin Hankir. The company raised a whopping total of $50 million through their ICO and direct funding. The team promised to develop an AI to manage user investments along with a crypto-backed credit card. The company was supposedly even successful enough to open their own offices.

That is . . . until Dr. Hankir decided to flee the country on April 18th with all $50 million in tow. And while he was waiting for his flight to come in at the airport, he chose to thank his loyal followers with a Twitter selfie and a cheeky message: “Thanks guys! Over and out …”

Not content with simply waving goodbye, he also included a photo of himself at some distant beach resort, sipping some beer by the waves. The company even changed their ICO page to nothing but the “Annddd It’s Gone” South Park meme as one last middle finger to their investors.

And that fancy office? Utterly abandoned, as it turns out. One inquiring mind decided to visit it following Dr. Hankir’s announcement only to discover it dark and completely lifeless. And although the filmer commented that he “can’t confirm anything” from the empty office, he was also apparently unable to identify any computer towers within the office despite spotting desks with monitors adorned on them.

Given the unprecedented arrogance on display by Dr. Hankir in announcing this theft, several people on Twitter are holding out for official explanations over the unusual incident. Could they have instead been hacked? Perhaps it’s a tasteless PR stunt? After all, who broadcasts a $50 million heist all over Twitter?

Nevertheless, most people are calling for blood over the scam. One website actually managed to identify the coastline in the background of his second image and have traced it to a resort called the Movenpick Resort, located on the Red Sea in El Quseir, Egypt. However, others have speculated that because the beer and the coastline in the image are too easily recognizable, the photo may have simply been posted to throw pursuers off his trail.

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