Robinhood brings the gig-economy to the casino world. It eliminates the house and uses blockchain to bring transparency to the table.
Anyone, from anywhere in the world, can sign up to become a dealer and start dealing cards from the comfort of their home, at any time they like, as often as they like. Dealers work as independent entities, bring their own money to fund their tables and are expected to make anywhere from $34-$49 depending on the type of table they run.
Players, can also play any time they like. They are paired up with dealers and can see a video feed of the dealer handing out cards and can interact with other players and the dealers. Players rate dealers and determine which ones are removed from the platform due to poor performance.
In short, Robinhood will transform the casino industry the same way Uber transformed the taxi industry.
The crowdsale is managed via an Ethereum smart contract, the source code of which is available for inspection. Investors from USA are allowed in the sale as Robinhood has filed a Form D with the SEC. Robinhood performs KYC in its investor website, and shares information about various country regulations but ultimately leaves it for investors to determine participation eligibility.