Decentralized Poker 1.0 - Best Decentrealized Poker Rooms in Development

Projects Approaching a Public Mainnet 1.0 Launch

The race is on to build the first truly trustless decentralized poker platform with a provably fair Random Number Generator (RNG). While there have been online Poker rooms that accept Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency for quite some time now, none have yet to create a truly decentralized platform to initiate the exodus away from the poker behemoths such as Poker Stars. Below are the details of all the legitimate mid-late stage projects I could find with ambitions to achieve this game changing feat.

We will continue to update and revise this article as we get closer to what many in the online poker world have envisioned will shake up the industry for the better. Good luck to all involved.

May the poker gods be with you.

The Contenders…

Decent.Bet - A Decentralized Poker Room Built on VeChain Thor

Decent.Bet

Decentralized Poker Mainnet Release: Q3 2018

  • Blockchain: VeChain Thor
  • Gaming License: Yes. Commonwealth of Dominica Internet Gaming License.
  • Decentralized Player Funds: Yes
  • Provable RNG: Yes
  • Accepts Crypto: Yes
  • Accepts Fiat: TBA
  • Fee / Rake: TBA
  • Website: https://www.decent.bet

 

NoLimitCoin Poker - A Decentralized Poker Room Built on NoLimitCoin Blockchain

No Limit Coin

Decentralized Poker Mainnet Release: Q3 2018

  • Blockchain: NoLimitCoin
  • Gaming License: TBA
  • Decentralized Player Funds: TBA
  • Provable RNG: Yes
  • Accepts Crypto: Yes
  • Accepts Fiat: Yes
  • Fee / Rake: Rake-free
  • Website: https://www.nolimitcoinpoker.com

 

Edgeless - A Decentralized Poker Room Built on Ethereum

Edgeless

Decentralized Poker Mainnet Release: Q4 2018

  • Blockchain: Ethereum
  • Gaming License: Yes. Curacao eGaming License.
  • Decentralized Player Funds: Yes
  • Provable RNG: Yes
  • Accepts Crypto: Yes
  • Accepts Fiat: TBA
  • Fee / Rake: TBA
  • Website: https://www.edgeless.io

 

Virtue Poker - A Decentralized Poker Room Built on Ethereum

Virtue Poker

Decentralized Poker Mainnet Release: Q4 2018

  • Blockchain: Ethereum
  • Gaming License: No
  • Decentralized Player Funds: Yes
  • Provable RNG: Yes
  • Accepts Crypto: Yes
  • Accepts Fiat: No
  • Fee / Rake: TBA
  • Website: https://virtue.poker

 

CoinPoker - Centralized Poker Room Using Only Cryptocurrency

CoinPoker

Centralized Poker is Live (Similar to regular poker rooms but with crypto only)

Decentralized Poker Mainnet Release: Decentralized RNG Only Q3 2018

  • Blockchain: Ethereum, Scheduled Q3 2018
  • Gaming License: No
  • Decentralized Player Funds: No
  • Provable RNG: Yes, Scheduled Q3 2018
  • Accepts Crypto: Yes
  • Accepts Fiat: No
  • Fee / Rake: Rake-free
  • Website: https://coinpoker.com

 

TrueDeck - A Decentralized Poker Room Built on EOS

TrueDeck Poker

Decentralized Poker Mainnet Release: Q1 2019

  • Blockchain: EOS
  • Gaming License: No
  • Decentralized Player Funds: Yes
  • Provable RNG: Yes
  • Accepts Crypto: Yes
  • Accepts Fiat: No
  • Fee / Rake: TBA
  • Website: https://truedeck.io

 

*TBA = To Be Announced

If you have any other notable recommendations that I’ve left out please let me know in the comments below or our contact page.

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Originally published 12th June, Data current as at 12th June 2018. Please contact us for revisions.

This is not investment or financial advice. Always do your own research.

Written by Esoteric @ Dapp.Tech | Feature picture source: Wild Poker IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/wild-poker-floyd-mayweather/id1166578249?mt=8 Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.playtrex.wildpoker&hl=en_US Web: http://www.playtrex.com/#games
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