'Bullish' on bitcoin
Since launching in 2009, the enigmatic cryptocurrency's viability and value have been volatile, to say the least. But as more businesses acknowledge its legitimacy, the more accepted it's become -- particularly in the world of iGaming. »
Political punting on the rise
Betting on politics is an emerging market, and its ascent will continue in November. But will it ever become a widespread, lucrative attraction for iGaming affiliates? »
Ten years of UIGEA: Solutions or problems?
After being inserted at the last minute into an unrelated port security bill, the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (UIGEA) was signed into law on 13 October 2006. In addition to closing down U.S. online gaming sites upon its enactment, federal prosecutors used the UIGEA as a criminal prosecution strategy against operators who continued to offer online gaming in the U.S. »