FunFair Technologies Unites With Poker Affiliate RaketheRake

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Jul/17/2018

Decentralised B2B blockchain casino platform, FunFair Technologies will be joining forces with the market-leading poker rakeback affiliate, RaketheRake.

FunFair claims to offer a fair, secure and efficient gaming using the power of the blockchain.

Existing internet operators can also diversify revenue streams via FunFair’s platform and benefit from first-mover advantages as blockchain enters the mainstream.

The deal represents RaketheRake’s first move as an operator.

David Greyling, COO at FunFair Technologies, commented: “We are delighted to welcome RaketheRake who will be our first live operator on our platform. This innovative move by a progressive affiliate is an ideal fit for us, and we look forward to providing them and their players with our best-in-class products and services.

“Developing a platform on the blockchain allows for integration lead times far shorter than current industry benchmarks, lower headcount and server requirements, and combined with these reduced costs, our solution empower those who were previously not able to host a casino to do so.”

Karim Wilkins, CEO at RaketheRake added: “FunFair’s promise to revolutionise the gaming industry has enabled us to open our very own casino using the power of the blockchain, which greatly streamlines the process of going live.

“With FunFair’s secure, and user-friendly platform, coupled with our established marketing expertise, we’re confident of a successful launch when we go live with our very own operation later this year.”

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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