Decentralized casino supplier FunFair Technologies has launched a fresh crypto wallet and enhanced user interface that now supports any browser and computer.
Designed specifically to enhance the user experience for current and new games across their CasinoFair and Crypto Casino brands, it is expected that the ERC20, non-custodial FunFair Wallet will mark “a significant step forward” in blockchain mass implementation.
Explaining the opening further, a press release remarked: “Blockchain projects have so far struggled with on-boarding friction due to complicated funding mechanisms, security features which differ significantly to mainstream offerings and a lack of usability on mobile devices and certain browsers.
“The FunFair Wallet addresses these issues with the introduction of more identifiable sign-up processes and security features, while most importantly ensuring the wallet can run on any browser and any device without the need for any third-party plug-ins or apps.”
FunFair Wallet Has Strong Features
CasinoFair and Crypto Casino users will also participate in a much more social and “guaranteed fair” casino experience with an up-to-date front-end providing more convenient access to games.
Jez San, CEO at FunFair Technologies, said of the new wallet solution: “Since launch, we’ve maintained our position as the most progressive blockchain casino provider and the launch of the bespoke FunFair Wallet and second generation platform interface will confirm this position as we strive for mass adoption.
“Onboarding has been a struggle across the wider decentralised sector but our new wallet, built specifically for use at our partner casinos, will fix this immediately with a seamless, recognisable sign-up process, straightforward security features and simple crypto funding choices.”
FunFair’s first live casino brand, CasinoFair, has also re-launched its brand identity in line with the latest wallet and user interface. This change seeks to boost the attraction of the millennial blockchain public, while also remaining true to its ‘ Famous for Fairness ‘ foundation.
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