Lilly

Lilly Hamon is the team's feature editor. She mainly writes about new and upcoming gadgets, Bitcoin technology, and innovative casino games. She's got a bit of a passion for poker, and will never turn down the opportunity to play a game, whether it's for money or Haribo sweets.

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Before it really happens to you, before you hit a huge jackpot yourself, the idea of becoming a millionaire thanks to mobile gambling seems unreal. But it happens. In October for instance, another random Mega Fortune Dreams player in the UK living a perfectly ordinary life hit it big. He won £4,082,246.09 and all he […]

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Why Should You Switch to PayPal Casinos?

If you’re a PayPal user, then you might’ve heard of their new and improved phone app. Indeed, back in September PayPal revamped its app to be even more user-friendly and practical. This of course greatly affects PayPal casino users. Whether you’re a pay by phone player or a desktop gambler, you’ve probably already considered PayPal […]

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Walmart Is Ready to Switch to PayPal – Are You?

It’s becoming more and more frequent now for both online casinos and big retail shops to accept PayPal. Until recently, PayPal was an exclusively digital e-wallet, mostly used by small businesses or private creator sites like Etsy. It’s always been a great way for people to separate their online activities from their bank account: simpler […]

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2019 UK Tennis: Will You be Betting on the Fed Cup?

If you haven’t heard of the Fed Cup, well, you’re only missing out on the world’s biggest women’s tennis championship. Honestly, who doesn’t love watching women’s tennis? There’s less predictability, more surprises, and fresh new faces ready to topple last year’s champions. It’s entirely understandable get bored with the Nadal-Federer merry-go-round that is men’s tennis. […]

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Would you believe it if we told you that by 2020, apps might not exist anymore? Gartner, a big research and advisory company, sure think so. They’ve predicted that companies will most likely decide to stop using them for user engagement due to safety issues. More specifically, the main reason that apps aren’t safe as […]

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