U.S. gambling regulators remain reluctant to embrace cryptocurrency as a means of payment, due to their unease with the anonymity it provides its users and a string of high-profile security incidents.
“The issue with cryptocurrency is people want to have anonymity talking about payments and payment sources,” Louis Rogacki, deputy director with the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement, said during a panel discussion on the new technology at the Global Gaming Expo (G2E).
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