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Changes in the Online Casino Industry

If you’re an online gambling enthusiast and you’re wondering how the world will look for online casinos and the internet twenty years from now, or even five years from now, it would probably be useful for you to take a trip back in history of sorts, to see how the world has changed since the launch of the internet and the very first online casino. It has changed a lot, in case you didn’t know. There used to be a time, after all, when PCs were clunky and Macs were highly valued. Unfortunately, that is no longer the case, especially with regards to online casino gamblers.

At the start of the internet, the relatively low graphics capabilities of computers directly impacted the ability of online casinos to provide fun forms of entertainment, not to mention secure methods of payments, deposits, and the disbursement of bonuses. Compare a website from the past with a website of today, and the differences are enough to make one almost laugh. Seriously. We’ve come so far, and online casino websites and software have evolved right alongside everything else. And the changes are set to continue, with ever more sophisticated computer chips, online casino software will only know the bounds of entertainment to which the programmers bind it.

As the year 2006 progresses into its first months, be prepared to see ever more changes in the online casino industry as it presses its case on the world stage for legitimacy in places such as the United States and many countries throughout Europe and Asia. 2006 could be a decisive year for a lot of things, but if it can be a decisive year for online gambling you can bet that the industry itself won’t present any objections to the changes as long as they are positive.

OCA News Editor

Jenny McKinnley is OCA’s financial correspondent. After spending years on the trading floor in both NY and London, she offers insight from the inside out on world financial news and events.

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