FunFair Technologies Talks Blockchain Solutions for Online Gambling

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Jul/19/2018

FunFair Technologies featured one of the most lively discussions at this week's iGB Live in Amsterdam.

FunFair provides blockchain-powered solutions with the potential to profoundly change the online gaming industry for both the operator and player. Using the latest Ethereum technology, they claim to provide low cost, high quality, transparent casino experiences that are provably fair.

It was a lively debate throughout! Covering plenty of areas including regulation, fairness and much more, FunFair Technologies tweeted out Thursday afternoon.

Thursday’s topic involved whether 'blockchain will revolutionize the iGaming market with attendees having to switch sides depending on opinion.

“The pro-blockchain side proving particularly popular!”

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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