How New Technologies are Enabling the Latest Casino Sites to Evolve

The latest technology is definitely changing new casino sites. If anything, casinos starting now are lucky – they didn’t have to go through the era of dial-up internet and terrible. Well, at the time, I thought the graphics were good.

Below, I’ll talk you through the new technologies that I think are enabling the latest casino websites to evolve.

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Cryptocurrency Casinos

Cryptocurrency casinos are interesting. I don’t think they’re as easy to play with, but maybe that’s because everything is different. I needed to have a crypto wallet, crypto, connect it – it just felt like a lot.

Still, I don’t think they’re bad. They definitely could be the future of online casinos. More people are using and investing in crypto. I saw that over 425 million people invested in crypto in 2023.

The only issue is that most crypto casinos will only let you play with coins like Ethereum, Bitcoin, or Litecoin. If it were SHIB, you’d be so happy. I’ve seen articles showing the price of SHIB is soaring right now. Still, they don’t let you, but I don’t think it’s too much of a negative.

Privacy is better, and transactions are better encrypted and anonymous. I liked that I didn’t have to store my card details or personal details.

I also like how the fees are pretty much practically non-existent, and I didn’t have to wait too long for withdrawals to reach my bank account. Considering it’s a relatively new technology, it’s becoming massive, and likely to be a regular feature in new casinos this week, and this year. 

Payment Security

Payment security is a big thing with online casinos. I know I don’t want my payment information in the wrong hands. And from what I’ve been reading, in the UK, there were over 3.5 million incidents of fraud recorded in 2023. I can’t imagine what the numbers are like worldwide.

And, if you’re anything like me, you’ll be signed up to multiple casinos and have your payment information stored. It’s easier to store it than type out your card details each time. Autofill is also a godsend.

The new casinos I play on use advanced encryption technologies – well, most casinos do. I also like two-factor authentication. Sometimes, anyway. If I get locked out of an email or change my phone number, two-factor authentification wouldn’t be the bane of my life.

I also like biometric authentication. I prefer fingerprint recognition, but you can do facial recognition. It seems to be more common on apps than when on a browser. I use biometric fingerprint authentification for most people on my phone – so do 55% of all consumers.

Fair Play Technologies

Fair play technology changed everything. Now I think about it, casinos didn’t seem too fair before the technology became more widespread. Advanced algorithms and RNGs the online casinos I play on use to make it a more transparent gaming system.

Look out for casinos saying they use fair play technologies when they don’t. Scam casinos are as common as any scam website.

And then there are crypto casinos that I mentioned. These aren’t as common. And they’re more complex to play with, but they use cryptographic algorithms to make gaming even more secure.

Live Dealer Games

I have to talk about live dealer games – I love them. They’re so much more interactive than me. And when I think about the casinos I used to play ten years ago, I couldn’t imagine playing with people worldwide. It’s just like online gaming but casinos. My favourite live games to play are:

  • Blackjack
  • Roulette
  • Poker

I’m not always the best, but I prefer playing on live games. They’re more realistic. Live video streaming tech is one of the best things to happen to online casinos.

Artificial Intelligence

I might as well talk about artificial intelligence (AI) – everyone else is. Right now, more than 55% of businesses are using AI in some way. I don’t know what I think about it. Some people say it’s good, and some say it’s bad. At one point, world leaders were calling for a ban on its development. What does that tell you?

Still, online casinos are using it well. I’ve noticed it helping with everything from personalisation to security. Well – I haven’t noticed the security side of things, but I have seen people talking about it.

I personally just like the personalised game recommendations they give me. I can tell it has been tracking what I’ve been doing.

AI-powered fraud detection systems seem good. They’re helping brands detect suspicious activity, but I do think there’s a lot more people need to know about AI. It’s relatively new for cybersecurity and generally – in my opinion.

I think it’s clear technology has a massive impact on casino websites. The quality is so much better than it used to be. I don’t even have to wonder whether a website will load anymore. What do you think about how technology is evolving the latest casino sites?

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