Dragon Inc.’s DRG Token not for High-Rollers Onlyby Company Announcement March 1, 2018
Another strategic partnership to integrate Dragon as a universally accepted utility token for the entertainment industry.
Dragon Inc., which is on track to drastically transform the high-stakes and the junket gambling marketplace through its Blockchain-based solution, announced an agreement with Dragonbet8.
Dragonbet8, which is already partnered with traditional industry leaders such as Visa & Mastercard are now proud to accept and fully integrate Dragon Tokens (DRG) into its payment solution after its launch.
This move by Dragon sees DRG tokens being not only used by high-rollers in casino junkets, but by the massive online gaming community as well.
“For us here at Dragon Inc the natural choice is to expand into online gaming and casinos such as the popular games DragonBet8 have on their platform.
Dragon Inc itself is constantly seeking out vital and positive partnerships between key industry leaders and new innovative technology providers striving to develop international relations and promote Dragon Token with partners who share our values.
Our Utility entertainment token is set to be a game changer across the entire Blockchain ecosystem. This has always been my vision but I did not realize just how quickly mass adoption of Dragon Token would be. Our new partnership provides another significant use-case for Dragon’s solution.
We welcome the team at DragonBet8 and look forward to sharing in our prosperity and continuing our great good fortune.”,
says Paul Moynan Co-founder Dragon Inc.
Dragonbet8 was founded by Bruno Knudsen who lived in Macau all his life, and grew up around the casino world. Through its licenses, MGA and Curaçao, they sponsor sports books, casinos and poker games.
In January 2018, Dragon partnered up with marketing experts to initiate a massive push in March 2018 aimed at the Asian market. The final scope is to push the brand globally in 2019.
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