After dominating the financial industry in recent years, cryptocurrencies are invading uncharted territory, adapting to their systems and completely changing them.

Unfortunately, or better yet, luckily for the gambling industry, it was next on Bitcoin’s hit list. 2021 will be the first time that the first Bitcoins appeared on a gaming platform in 2011.

The first appearance

That first platform was, a relatively unknown platform at the time. But now BTC gambling platforms are out in the hundreds, or maybe even thousands.

This article shows the entire journey cryptos have made through the gambling industry over the past decade and visualizes it in an easy to understand and simple format. It also provides a quick overview of the Bitcoin price fluctuations over the period.

The infographic was kindly provided by BitcoinCasinosReviews, a newly launched crypto gambling blog with guides and reviews on everything related to their industry.

Full infographics can be found here.

Australia’s role in this process

While crypto took the world by storm, Aussies didn’t sit back and watch the fireworks. In fact, many have actively participated in the advancement of blockchain technology in the world of iGaming.

And even today, some of the top-rated Bitcoin casinos are owned or actively attended by Australians.

Infographics by Hannah Weadon of

Text by Konstantin Rabin

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