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QChain presents Hackathon for WEB3 projects

The Bitcoin News 29 Mar 2023
As a blockchain-powered productive platform with a unique and favorable environment, QChain extends its expertise to every project from different sectors of the crypto industry. Are you passionate about GameFi, DeFi, Tokenization, and Gambling? They help you develop, build and deploy products on the QChain blockchain to get started on Web3.

Australian banks urge Albanese government to ban use of credit cards for online gambling

The Observer 27 Mar 2023
The banking sector has urged the Australian government to ban credit card use for online sports gambling, arguing that the multibillion-dollar industry lacks basic regulation implemented in licensed venues decades ago ... But that legislation was never replicated for online gambling, which is regulated by the federal government.

On the move: the latest East Midlands hires

The Business Desk 27 Mar 2023
Wilkin Chapman has welcomed a trio of senior hires. David Richardson ... Stephen Watson ... “The way that it’s grown, the fact that it’s forward thinking and the different sectors that it’s moving into made it a very attractive prospect.”. Meanwhile, the company has promoted Hannah Gamble to solicitor following the completion of her training contract ... .

Creativity at Sea: Remote Workers Look to Cruise Ships for Workspace

The Maritime Executive 27 Mar 2023
One cruise ship company has modified a vessel by replacing the onboard gambling casino with conference rooms for the convenience of groups of knowledge sector workers who travel on extended multi-week trans-ocean voyages ... Catering to remote workers is a very recent development for the cruise vessel sector.

Chris Minns’ narrow road to victory proves a winning formula with NSW voters

The Observer 26 Mar 2023
The party refused to back the Coalition’s ambitious push for gambling reform and had stuck to a narrow election platform focused on essential services and public sector wages, as it also attacked the government for its record on privatisation ... along with his gambling platform.

Why Crypto is Revolutionizing Gambling

Cryptopolitan 25 Mar 2023
Many industries, including gambling, have the potential to be transformed by crypto. Although gambling is among the few industries in which a revolution isn’t always a good thing, a crypto-revolution would do more good. Crypto is improving the world of gambling by making sure online gaming is safer, more secure, and private.

TDS on online gaming applications now effective from 1 April

Live Mint 24 Mar 2023
... and Federation of Indian Fantasy Sports (FIFS), wrote to the CBDT to reconsider the changes in TDS regime, which take effect on 1 April, Mint reported earlier.This follows a 9 February letter to the PMO requesting not to club online gaming with gambling, horse racing and casinos.

What to Know about Making Crypto Payments on Gaming Sites

Cryptopolitan 23 Mar 2023
However, in the last few years, virtual coins have become viable payment alternatives in different sectors ... An increasing number of gambling sites are accepting Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum and other types of coins. Some casinos even go as far as developing proprietary coins for gambling. Evidently, crypto gambling is going to be a big part of iGaming.

South Africa’s gambling regulations

Mail Guardian South Africa 22 Mar 2023
Gambling is in a bit of a weird spot for South Africa ... In fact, gambling was illegal in all forms except for horse racing until 1996 ... Brick and mortar casinos are one of the most prevalent forms of legal gambling within South Africa. There are more than 40 different brick and mortar casinos, which makes it one of the most popular ways to gamble.

Next destination-Asia: A travel guide

TravelDailyNews 20 Mar 2023
With cryptocurrency innovation ranging from implementations within the finance sector to gambling websites, digital asset casinos are becoming more popular with gamblers due to increased security and the ability to send funds immediately.

Sports betting site Coolbet exiting Ontario in April

Toronto Sun 17 Mar 2023
Whether you’re new to sports gambling or an experienced wagerer, this newsletter offers trustworthy insights into the odds game ... Ontario’s regulated market for legal sports betting and online casino gambling is the only one of its kind in Canada, allowing private-sector operators to take bets from residents in exchange for a cut of their revenue.

America’s bad bet on expanding legal sports gambling

Vox 16 Mar 2023
The United States is in the midst of a sports gambling boom , and it may be a generational policy mistake ... As all this was happening, New Jersey had been on a quest to challenge PASPA, the 1992 gambling ban, in federal court ... A strange irony of all this is that sports gambling is not the most profitable, or addictive, industry in this sector.

Ambala: Nine arrested with nine quintals of stolen electric wires

Hindustan Times 16 Mar 2023
Pracheen Kala Kendra will be holding three-day 52nd All India Bhaskar Rao Nritya and Sangeet Sammelan from Friday at the Tagore Theatre in Sector 18 ... A 27-year-old man, Sonu Kumar, of Kajheri in Sector 52, Chandigarh, was caught with stolen motorcycle, police said on Thursday. He was nabbed during a checking in Sector 48 on March 15.

Two caught with illicit liquor in Chandigarh

Hindustan Times 15 Mar 2023
Man arrested for gambling in Sector 17. Chandigarh Police’s crime cell arrested Adil of Faidan village for allegedly gambling near the public toilet in Sector 17 ... A case under Gambling Act was registered at the Sector 17 police station.

Budget does little to meet UK’s net zero carbon goals, say campaigners

The Observer 15 Mar 2023
Read more ... Why else would it take such a dangerous gamble on unproven technologies?” she asked ... By failing to bring forward planned spending on energy efficiency measures, he has missed a golden opportunity to both reduce energy bills and decarbonise the housing sector.”. Hunt accused of taking a £20bn ‘gamble’ on nuclear energy and carbon capture ... .

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