Security of Player Funds
Removal of Player Deposit Risk
Players fund their own personal digital wallets with Ether and send buy-ins to smart contracts on the Ethereum blockchain which escrow tournament buy-ins and autonomously distribute payouts based on game outcomes allowing players to always have full custody over their funds. Payouts on Virtue Poker will happen in 30 seconds or less.
Why We Built This
Using the Ethereum blockchain and smart contracts to build a decentralized poker platform, Virtue Poker has trust and transparency built in.
Players must trust a centralized service with their valuable information and game logic.
A blockchain-based decentralized poker platform puts players in control in a framework they can trust.
Security Of Player Funds
Players do not deposit money into a centralized Virtue Poker system. Instead, players fund their personal digital wallets and enter games with these funds.
Tamper Proof Gaming
All gameplay happens using off-chain using a secure implementation of mental poker.
All payouts happen in less than 60 seconds and are automatically sent back to a player’s digital wallet when they leave a table.
Competitors spend money on expensive sponsorships on poker stars and athletes, we feel like our players would prefer if we spent that money on them instead, so we put our marketing resources into guaranteed tournaments.
Co-Founder and Lead Platform Engineer
Co-Founder, Business Development
Chief Marketing Officer
Head of Development
Head of Game Security
Senior Product Manager
Senior Software Engineer and Backend Tech Lead
Senior Back-End Developer
Platform Team Lead
Games Team Lead
QA Team Lead and Scrum Master
Javier Del Saz
Senior Full Stack Developer
Full Stack Developer
Javier Bueno Marfil
Full Stack Developer
Co-Founder of Ethereum, Founder of ConsenSys
Co-Founder of ConsenSys Enterprise
Senior Marketing Executive
Former CEO of PokerStrategy (acquired by Playtech), Founder of QuizBeat
Team Virtue Poker Players
3rd All-time Money List, 1 WSOP Bracelet: 2014 Winner, The Big One for One Drop $1 million buy-in tournament
6th All-Time Money List, 10 WSOP Bracelet Winner, 2017 WSOP Hall of Fame Inductee
10th All-Time Money List, 3 WSOP Bracelets, including the $50,000 buy-in 2016 Poker Players Championship