Developing Games On-chain With Dero, Featuring SixofClubs [VIDEO]

With the recent collapse of FTX and the negative contagion that has followed, it is no surprise to see more crypto enthusiasts leaving any externality outside of a blockchain.

It is important to hold your private keys, aka not your keys, not your coins.

But, it is a whole other endeavor to begin building your products, services, and vision on top of a blockchain. This is absolutely where the biggest opportunity in this asset class resides.

The key question is, “Which platform do you build on?”

Today’s interview is really special because I feature a guest who has made great strides on a relatively new and unique blockchain that The Crypto Vigilante are big fans of.

SixofClubs, is the founder of dReam Tables, a crypto games platform that allows users to launch and be the owner-operators of different games, such as poker, baccarat, and various table games.

The platform is built on Dero (DERO), a private layer one smart contract platform.

When I asked Six what that means, he said, “Anyone doing anything on the network can maintain complete privacy on their layer one and still be able to interact with ALL different types of smart contracts and the products and services that can be made with those.”

To date, there is no viable smart contract platform with privacy options such as this. This means that you have access to endless possibilities and the chance to be early.
If you have been curious about Dero and want a deeper dive into the process of building on this particular blockchain, then I recommend that you give this case study a watch.

Enjoy the full video here:

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What is even more exciting is his recently added predictions market feature.

This predictions market allows users to bet on the outcome of future events. This can be anything from the price of a stock or cryptocurrency, the winner of a sports game, to the winner of an election. The idea is that by aggregating the predictions of many users, the market can provide a better forecast than any individual expert.

Sure this exists today with online casinos, sports betting, etc. But, those platforms do not exist on a P2P, FOSS, private blockchain!

Not to mention, the platform doesn’t require a browser to use, making it accessible to anyone with the dReam Tables application and a connection to the Dero network.

I asked SixofClubs the big question, “Does Dero scale on-chain?”

He said, “Yes. Everything is on-chain. Every single piece of anything that came out of dReam Tables is on-chain. Any of the cards that get dealt, it’s all there.”

This is exciting because the ability to scale on-chain is what ensures trust, security, and ultimately mass adoption for any project.

For aspiring developers interested in the Dero network, he recommends checking out the Dero Docs page for more information and getting started guides. He also notes that Dero is still a relatively new network, which means there are plenty of opportunities for developers to contribute to the ecosystem and make a name for themselves.

After this interview, I am increasingly convinced that this is the beginning of something BIG that is unlike anything in crypto and is much needed.

With the rollout of dReam Tables, Dero NFTs, and even a Dero DEX (Decentralized Exchange), the sky is truly the limit.

Watch the full video now!

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Rafael LaVerde

Rafael LaVerde has a background in private equity and venture capital. He discovered Bitcoin in 2012 while volunteering on Ron Paul's presidential campaign. He served as board member of a Libertarian Super PAC while doing post-graduate work in economics, and was also a member of the University of Texas’ Mises Circle. His formal education includes graduate degrees in continental philosophy and psychology. He has been a Bitcoin miner since 2014. Rafael also managed investor relations for the BitAngels Network, which helped finance the vast majority of early Bitcoin startups, and was also part of the DApps Fund team that revolutionized funding structures that eventually became known as ICOs and STOs. He was also the founding partner of what became one of the very first Bitcoin venture capital funds.