U.S. enterprise invites players from all over Asia to become casino dealers

The Cyberspace Intelligent Science Development Foundation of the United States is about to release the world's first fully decentralized anonymous blockchain gambling platform, Cyberberges, in Asia, and invites gambling interests across Asia to Come.

March 26, 2020 /PressReleaseAgency/ —

The Cyberspace Intelligent Science Development Foundation of the United States is about to release the world's first fully decentralized anonymous blockchain gambling platform, Cyberberges, in Asia, and invites gambling interests across Asia to Come.

The winner of gambling is always the banker. Only a small number of players can win from the banker. But in the long run, the banker will always be the winner and the banker will always be the owner. The new system is about to go to Asia to open up the market. [The banker is the player]. In order to win high popularity in the United States, the platform only charges service and operation fee at 3 -5 .

In traditional gambling, casinos and dealers are bankers. However, the new trend is that let players to be bankers, as long as they have enough chips, you can become a gambling table dealer and play games with gamblers. When a banker doesn’t have enough funds, the system will automatically help him match up with other dealer applicants and become a joint dealer until the end of the game. The platform earns profit by maximizing profit of users, rather than obtain it from user’s loss.

The Cybertech Intelligent Technology Development Foundation was established by Kingsley International Finance Group of the United States. Its core members are those with Wall Street work experience more than ten years and technical team from the Silicon Valley. After 10-year refining, Kingsley International Finance Group has built gaming information security systems and served many high-end casinos. Began to develop its own gambling platform through blockchain professional technology for small casinos and self-employed in a brand-new way. It was originally just to test the acceptance of new forms of gambling methods in the market. Having achieved brilliant results in Europe and the United States.

In 2020, it decided to entry the Asian market. The CEO of the foundation-Aaron Johnson declares, "As Buffett said, I want to be greedy when others are scared. The market crisis is a turnaround. Illness can cause huge damage to the economy. It takes time to restore the corporate system, but the public can’t wait. Our system will assist Ambitious people in getting rich and creating a new economic prosperity. Welcome Asian partners to join Cyber's system as a banker.

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