Enterra Poker Update: Allows Anonymity, Bitcoin, and High-Stakes

One of the world’s largest online gambling software developers, Enterra Poker, has released a new version of its popular online and mobile gambling platform. The new version, 2.2, incorporates performance enhancements and new security measures to protect players.


New online and gambling platform released by Enterra Poker


Based in Russia, Enterra Poker has become quite popular among mobile gambling start-ups, allowing users to quickly and easily set up a online gambling business with a minimum of effort. Since its initial release in 2014, Enterra Poker has expanded to include roulette, craps, baccarat, blackjack and many slots games, and is capable of running as a server or client on virtually any device.

One of the most attractive features of the new update is that it allows players to gamble completely anonymously. Most online gambling platforms require at least a “nickname” to identify players, and some offer detailed win/loss histories, notes and other data. Enterra is one of the only gaming platforms that allows gamblers to play games like poker, blackjack and baccarat without revealing any information to their rivals at the table. The new update will allow “straddle” bets: a blind bet after the big blind, allowing for a double big blind. Straddle is a favored betting technique in high-stakes games among skilled players, and one that few other mobile gambling platforms allow.

The latest version will also incorporate Bitcoin as a payment method, providing a further layer of anonymity for players. Two-factor authentication ensures players’ security with the same technique used by major banks.

Nearly all mobile gaming platforms are cross-compatible with Android and iOS devices, but Enterra is determined to stand above the pack. With the latest update, the Enterra platform can also be integrated with a plethora of social networks, from Facebook and VKontakte to Odnoklassniki and Mail.ru.