by R.A. Rowell
While I enjoy a good hand of virtual poker or blackjack and a colorful zany slot game here and there, I’ve never been one to gamble with real money. But, I do have to say that I like what the recently rebranded CasinoFair is doing. Beyond their new logo and color scheme, there are three key things that CasinoFair is doing to cement their status as a premier blockchain casino.
Currently, it appears that CasinoFair doesn’t accept new players from the United States, so I can’t really give you any firsthand experience with the platform. What follows are my opinions based on what has been said in press releases.
The first thing is that CasinoFair - powered by parent company FunFair - created their own blockchain wallet. This is important because it makes it far, far easier to onboard new users who are unfamiliar with blockchain and crypto in general. As it is, blockchain gamers often have to own multiple wallets to play various games. But, FunFair makes it easy by having their own wallet, which offers an easy-to-use user interface that allows players to easily access their favorite CasinoFair and Crypto Casino games and fund their accounts.
The second thing, which is by far the most important, is that CasinoFair is promoting ‘Player Power’ - promising Guaranteed Fair technology, instant payouts, and full custody of funds. These are all ways to, per their rebranding press release, “give players the respect and treatment they deserve and which has been lost across much of the gaming industry.” With many popular games having digital assets not truly owned by the players, these things are major tenets of blockchain gaming more gamers are discovering on a daily basis.
The last thing, which is certainly good for bringing blockchain gaming more into the mainstream is CasinoFair’s principle of ‘Unrivalled Fun’. What does this mean? From the press release:
“‘Unrivalled Fun’ will deliver the best in pioneering blockchain games, many of which have not been seen before, as well as innovative promotions and strong community engagement which makes every win feel that more special.”
Obviously, CasinoFair isn’t the first among blockchain companies to have strong community engagement and promotions. But, it will be fun to see what this already popular gaming platform has in store.
Do you enjoy online gambling? It seems like these guys are worth a try. If you have played CasinoFair and Crypto Casino games, let us know about your experience!
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R.A. Rowell is a collectibles enthusiast who comes from a long history of collecting trading cards in both sports and in Trading Card Games. He is passionate about educating the world about the future promise and benefits of digital collectibles, both on the blockchain and off.