Representatives of QSI were on Capitol Hill to showcase its patented technology that radically reduces or eliminates most forms of online cheating, promotes fair play and enables consumers to participate in a safe and regulated online gaming environment.
May 30, 2001 — TECHNOLOGY INTRODUCED TO PREVENT CHEATING IN ONLINE GAMING —Washington, DC based Quixotic Solutions, Inc., (QSI) announced today that QSI’s Steven Davis, the company’s CEO, and QSI President, Cheryl Campbell were on Capitol Hill May 15, 2001 to showcase its patented technology that radically reduces or eliminates most forms online cheating, promotes fair play and enables consumers to participate in a safe and regulated online gaming environment. This event was covered by representatives of the news media and a segment was aired on FOX News, Channel 5.
“What we have actually done is taken something complicated and made it simple,” explained QSI CEO Steven B. Davis. “We have created a way to fairly shuffle cards over a network between a game server and a player even if they are thousands of miles apart. It can work over wireless, Internet, or other network backbones. We combined that ป๊อกเด้ง ไฮโล element with well-known security technologies, like digital signatures, that allows the creation of a new kind of electronic contract that can be used to protect the consumer. Players, regulators and game providers have the ability to monitor and independently reconstruct any game.”
“We heard the complaints that there was no way to protect the consumer. In fact, many people have said that you could not even detect if a game was rigged or played unfairly on the Internet,” said QSI President Cheryl Campbell. “With our Honest Gaming Software, it is possible to secure the game itself. Every event in that game, whether it’s a roll of the dice, the play of a card or the spin of a wheel can be determined if it is fair and honestly played.”
Davis added: “What our technology does is give the player the ability to independently verify, reconstruct and prove that the game was played fairly. And if there are any problems, consumers can take the reconstructed game to a legal or financial authority to seek proper restitution.”
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