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CashBet Coin and CryptoMillionsLotto set to Transform the Face of Gaming

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Cryptocurrency is about to change the face of lottery CashBet a leading mobile-first iGaming platform provider and turnkey operator is going into a landmark agreement. CashBet is partnering with CryptoMillionsLotto to afford the holders of CashBet coin a chance to play on the world’s largest real-money crypto lottery. CashBet is a platform which empowers real-money, social, and skill-based gaming apps and websites worldwide. The essence of the partnership is to foster the coin as a gaming payment choice.
The agreement between CashBet and CryptoMillionsLotto is  to extends the utility of CashBet Coin to a globally acceptable market in the gaming crypto business, and to ensure that CashBet Coin becomes a payment choice for crypto gaming worldwide.
Sulim Malook, founder of CryptoMillionsLotto, expressed his excitement at the agreement. He says, “We are excited to name CashBet Coin as the exclusive token to be accepted on the CryptoMillionsLotto platform. We see the validity their token offers globally, and we know it will complement what we are doing with CryptoMillionsLotto.”
CryptoMillionsLotto which is based on AfroMillionsLotto an established business organisation in charge of more than 30 lottos for football clubs and charities across Africa. The organisation aims to create a wider crypto community for people across  the world to play lottery and adopt cryptocurrencies.
However, Dr. Mike Reaves, CEO and co-founder of CashBet, who was also excited about the agreement said: “We are delighted to add CryptoMillionsLotto to our growing ecosystem of gaming partners around the world. As a fully licensed business, CryptoMillionsLotto will allow CashBet Coin holders to play lottery games with the chance to win life-changing real money prizes.” CryptoMillionsLotto will be initially selling 25,000,000 ERC20 Ethereum tokens priced at USD 2.50 to launch its lotto. While its crowdsale had already started on June 18 and will run through to 30 July.
 

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