Satoshi Secret Slot Launch At The Bitcoin Conference

Published Monday, April 13, 2015 -
Satoshi Secret Slot Launch At The Bitcoin Conference

It was bound to happen with the massive interest in Bitcoin and other virtual currencies that a software firm would invent a game that is inspired by crypto money. Online gaming software provider from the Czech Republic Endorphina has announced it will launch the first online web site to offer a crypto currency inspired game.

The Bitcoin Conference coming to Prague in May will be the launch venue for the new offering called, ‘Satoshi Secret’. Endorphina is keeping most of the details for the new Satoshi Secret slot under wraps. Possible consumers are wondering  if features such as Wilds, Free Games, Re-Spins, or Bonus Games going to be available on the new slot.

Jan Urbanec, business development manager of Endorphina said that his expert team of game developers  are working on the features of the slot and promises that the outcome will be to the liking of even the most discerning of slot players.

He added that the company is working on, ``an innovative product with better features, graphics and sound. According to Mr. Urbanec,`` the entire team at Endorphina is very excited about the new game to be released. Urbanec, continued to add that,  whereas Bitcoin casino is no news to the industry, the new Bitcoin themed slot is something no one has ever done before.``

He concluded that Endorphina is opening a new era in the iGaming world and the company could not find a better event than the Bitcoin Conference Prague for the initial release of the slot. The press release informs the traders that the it is a thematic conference where not only the Czech Bitcoin community, but also participants from Russia, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Germany, and most virtual currency enthusiasts from Central and Eastern Europe will be in attendance. The conference will be covering the latest and hottest topics of the year including  forecasts, analysis, and the best deals that work with crypto currencies.




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