Crypto-exclusive SwC Poker has had a difficult few years. The sites original founder Bryan Micon was arrested and pled guilty to running an unlicensed online poker room from his home in Las Vegas back in 2015. The site later changed its name from Seals With Clubs to SwC Poker and relaunched with the same poker software. The main attraction of the poker room was that it allowed poker players to anonymously join and deposit with bitcoin, which attracted a lot of players from countries like the United States where sites like PokerStars and PartyPoker were banned. However, despite the recent cryptocurrency boom, SwC Poker has failed to attract significant traffic because major offshore poker sites like Americas Cardroom and Bovada Poker began to accept a variety of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin. These sites also welcomed USA-based poker players but they had the added advantage of having top class software and they were members of high-traffic poker networks. SwC Poker continued to trudge along with approximately 100 online players and we wondered if the bitcoin poker room would survive in such a competitive environment. The more options the better when it comes to bitcoin gambling so we are glad to see that SwC Poker have recently improved their poker software and relaunched a completely new version for a variety of devices. Here's a quick overview of the new SwC Poker software. The new SwC Poker desktop client is available for both Mac and PC. Android poker players can download a native poker app, while iPhone and iPad users can use the new HTML5 client that will work from any browser. The lobby has been completely redesigned to make it easier to navigate between cash games, Sit & Go tournaments and Multi-Table Tournaments. New features like Bad Beat Jackpot and tournament satellites have been added. guaranteed prize pool tournaments are also now available. Play Texas Hold'em, Omaha and Stud poker games for bitcoin on any device. Enjoy lower rake than any of the traditional poker rooms. Poker players from Australia, the United States of America and the United Kingdom are still welcome.