Meet Ken Huang– Blockchain Applications and Security Advisor to ZeroEdge Bet
Ken Huang is the founder and CEO of Distributed Blockchain Applications and, in his role as a senior advisor to ZeroEdge, gives invaluable insight into the world of cryptocurrency and Blockchain distribution technology. Blockchain technology, along with Ethereum’s smart contract technology, is a key component to the success of ZeroEdge’s own cryptocurrency, Zerocoin.
Aside from offering his extremely valuable time and expertise to the success of ZeroEdge and Zerocoin, Ken spends a great deal of time traveling the globe, educating and speaking at various international Blockchain conferences.
Ken provides advice, as well as technical and strategic assistance, which focuses mainly on Blockchain distribution as well as Distributed Ledger Technology. Along with Blockchain advice and assistance, Ken also has a hand in advising us in ICO and other key areas of ZeroEdge Betting and Zerocoin tokens. Somehow Ken still finds the time as a Commit Member of ACM as well Blockchain Expert Committee Member of the Chinese Electric Academy and is a Visiting Professor at Zhejiang University.
ZeroEdge.Bet – Revolutionary online gambling platform with 0% house edge games
ZeroEdge is a unique concept set to revolutionize the way you gamble online. Currently, all online casino games come with a house edge, i.e. the advantage that the casino has over you, which varies between 1% to 10% or more, depending on the game. ZeroEdge’s solution – offer games with 0% house edge and give players a completely fair chance of winning. In other words, playing at ZeroEdge.Bet is literally free, you don’t have to pay anything to the casino like it’s with traditional online casino sites.
The most amazing part is that Zerocoin value increases as more people join the world first 0% edge gambling platform. It is all achieved by creating a closed-loop economy in which high demand for 0% games drives Zerocoin’s value up. This model is also known as Metcalfe’s law which was originally invented in 1993 and can be