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There is a magic bullet for some cancers. But often, it misses

December 3, 2018 |

Shahzad Bhat, 53, was working as a bartender for elite gamblers at the MGM Mansion in Las Vegas when his doctor gave him three months to live in October 2017. There were no more treatments available for his aggressive form of lymphoma.

Like some of the gamblers he served, Bhat got lucky. A day…

L.A. Times – Business


Magic Johnson’s Daughter Elisa Escapes Home Invasion

December 2, 2018 |

Magic Johnson’s daughter had to flee a San Fernando Valley house where 2 armed men staged an early morning home invasion … TMZ has learned. Elisa Johnson was at an Airbnb, rented by friends, Sunday morning … when the men got inside and started…

California Inc.: Hollywood hopes Potter-less Harry Potter can still work magic

November 12, 2018 |

Welcome to California Inc., the weekly newsletter of the L.A. Times Business Section.

I’m Business columnist David Lazarus, and here’s a rundown of upcoming stories this week and the highlights of last week.

We got a peek the other day at the much-anticipated Disney streaming service, dubbed Disney+,…

L.A. Times – Business

What Hit Texas’ Court System Tuesday: ‘Black Girl Magic’

November 9, 2018 |

The most populous county in Texas got hit with some “black girl magic” on Tuesday—which is why you’ll now see a whole bunch of proud female African-American judges on the bench going forward. While much of the nation was hyperfocused on another race in Texas—that of Beto O’Rourke…

The ‘Magic’ in ‘Shrooms Could Really Help You

October 8, 2018 |

Want to quit smoking or alleviate depression? In a few years you might be taking the psychedelic “magic” in magic mushrooms—if the FDA ever agrees, the New York Times reports. Researchers from John Hopkins University suggest the FDA should reclassify psilocybin—the psychedelic drug in hallucinogenic mushrooms—to a…

PR: True Flip Opens for b2b Sales with the Launch of Magic Dice

October 3, 2018 |

True Flip Opens for b2b Sales with the Launch of Magic Dice

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Curaçao True Flip, the blockchain fair games developer, opens a business-to-business service with the launch of its new game, Magic Dice.

Magic Dice is exactly as simple as it looks: five number ranges, five magic dice, a 100% safe algorithm of winning combinations, bets starting from 0,00004 BTC, and the chance of winning up to 12 BTC.

Magic Dice was developed to be playable on any iframe-supporting platform or casino. With this game, True Flip is finally launching its long-awaited b2b product, which will begin serving its first customers in late 2018.

Further developments will include refactoring of existing games to match iframe integrations, as well as the creation of new games for commercial use every two months.

“Based on a centuries-old concept, Magic Dice continues our tradition of offering unique, beautiful graphics in a user-friendly interface. We hope this product will gain fans from a variety of audiences due to its simple, yet captivating gameplay” — CMO, Konstantin Katsev.

“We’re happy to offer True Flip’s games to the broader market. Beginning this fall, we will undertake our first integrations and we welcome everyone to partner with us. We believe there is still huge demand for fresh visuals and gameplay in today’s gaming market.” — COO, Nikita Parkhomenko.

About True Flip
True Flip is an iGaming developer that has released five games, with more in development, and has attracted more than 200,000 registered players to date to the platform.

True Flip benefits from the advantages of distributed ledger technology. These include the overall transparency of processes, such as random number generation, ticket purchases and prize distribution.


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Mark Jackson Says LeBron & Luke Will Make L.A. Magic Together

September 29, 2018 |

There’s at least one marriage in Hollywood that’s gonna go smoothly … LeBron James & Luke Walton – so says ex-NBA coach Mark Jackson who thinks Walton is an “outstanding coach” who will mesh with James. Some Lakers fans are…

Magic Leap’s augmented reality gear meets actual reality, and stumbles

August 30, 2018 |

Tech’s “next big thing” is looking more like a “maybe in a few more years thing.”

Magic Leap, a Florida start-up, has raised $ 2.3 billion (yes, billion) from investors on the promise it can mix computer-generated images into regular human sight. Think Pokémon Go built into glasses. Cloaked in secrecy…

L.A. Times – Business

Six Flags Magic Mountain to add racing coaster with side-by-side tracks

August 30, 2018 |

Six Flags Magic Mountain will soon have 20 ways to make your head spin, your heart pound and your stomach lurch.

The Valencia amusement park announced plans late Wednesday to open its 20th roller coaster next year, a thrill ride with side-by-side tracks so that two vehicles packed with screaming…

L.A. Times – Business

Magic Leap ships its much anticipated augmented reality device under tight security

April 1, 2018 |

Magic Leap Inc. has quietly begun sending its mysterious augmented reality headsets into the wild.

A small group of software developers recently received devices at their offices, according to people familiar with the matter. But access to the gadget comes with an unusual caveat: They must commit…

L.A. Times – Business