Business risk consultant Steve Vickers (pictured) says so-called cryptocurrencies, that can be used either to store value in cyberspace or access fiat currency via the conventional banking system, have the potential to dodge China’s efforts to stem capital outflow. Continue reading “Cryptocurrencies pose Macau casino risk: Vickers”
Macau’s Secretary for Economy and Finance, Lionel Leong Vai Tac (pictured), said on Thursday that the government would be keeping its cards close to its chest Continue reading “Macau govt conceals strategy re gaming licence renewals”
The group of Japanese casino mogul Kazuo Okada is apparently window shopping for publicly listed companies in the Philippines in preparation for its Philippine bourse debut. Continue reading “Okada Group in talks of acquiring PH-listed holding firm”
Macau’s six casino operators have agreed to work with the city’s Judiciary Police on how to cope with simulated “attack” on the city’s gaming sector.
Cryptocurrency in the gaming sector has largely been limited to online gambling. Until recently, that is.