Inside the Decentralised Casino: a longitudinal study of actual cryptocurrency gambling transactions

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Description: This OSF page accompanies the study of the same title published in PLOS One, it includes all data used in the study, and detailed data descriptors to allow full replication of the findings. The study itself explores spending behaviours in decentralised gambling applications, which are a new way to gamble online using cryptocurrencies. Because these applications use cryptocurrencies, their transactions are publicly available and therefore usable in academic research. This study gathered such transactions from three decentralised gambling applications, and calculated behavioural measures on them, providing a benchmark upon which further studies can be conducted. If you have any questions which are unanswered both in the paper and the pages in this repository, please email ojs524@york.ac.uk for help.

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