19 Jul '13, 6am

First major Bitcoin acquisition sees gambling site SatoshiDice sold for $11.5 million via @TNWinsider

In a sign of Bitcoin’s rise to prominence, the first major acquisition of a company involved in the virtual currency has happened after gambling site SatoshiDice was sold to an undisclosed buyer for around $11.5 million. The deal value is estimated in US dollars because the transaction was, of course, completed in Bitcoins: 126,315 of them to be precise, according to Bitcoin-focused news site Coindesk . The acquirer of the company has not been disclosed at this point. SatoshiDice is an online casino that uses Bitcoins for transactions. It launched in April 2012 and claims to be “the most popular Bitcoin game in the world”. Techweek Europe reported the site’s income as being above $50,000 per month back in January 2013. The site is a lucky dice game and its system is simple. Users send Bitcoins to the site and pick a number. ‘The Ghost of Satoshi’ rolls a lucky number and t...

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