Chips in South Korean casinos will be protected with innovative technology
The South Korean mint will use advanced technologies to counterfeit game chips for the casino network, reports Aju Business Daily.
This process is part of an agreement signed by representatives of Korea Minting and Security Printing Corp. and Grand Korea Leisure Co Ltd, also known as GKL.
GKL is a South Korean state-owned company that manages foreign casinos under the Seven Luck brand.
The report says that the agreement provides for the development of new chips using technologies that make it difficult to forge them.
Thus, three-dimensional security technology and special sensitive materials will be used, which are used to create money and coins.
In March, unique gambling machines in the form of an arena for 30 seats were installed in Daegu South Korean casinos.
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