Three crypto wallets that are changing the way we gamble

Updated Apr 29, 2020 | Published Apr 7, 2020
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The blockchain gaming space has worked tirelessly over the past couple of years to build products that make the entire user experience simple, seamless and as good as that of any fiat currency casino.

In recent months, several of the biggest players in the sector have rolled out new cryptocurrency wallets with this in mind. took a closer look at three of the most popular.

CasinoCoin Bankroll Manager

The new CasinoCoin Bankroll Manager (BRM) is a next-generation crypto wallet with all the functionality a crypto gambler requires.

Deposits and withdrawals are confirmed near-instantly, with a typical transfer taking only 3-5 seconds to be confirmed and recorded on the blockchain.

The BRM boasts full KYC (know your customer) support, meaning that you only have to go through a registration process once, and from there can seamlessly deposit and withdraw from all partner operators.

And there are several touches which elevate the wallet above the competition, such as the ability to set hourly, daily, weekly and monthly deposit limits for each partner operator site, as well as access real-time exchange rates.

FunFair Wallet

As with many crypto gambling projects, the biggest challenge FunFair has faced is onboarding players, particularly when third-party plug-ins such as MetaMask are required. So the company came up with a simple solution: building its own wallet.

FunFair Wallet launched last year, with FunFair co-founder Jez San OBE describing the importance of giving players a “smooth transition” to casinos.

The wallet has been designed specifically for FunFair-powered casinos and the ERC-20 FUN token, with the development team prioritising functionality and access.

The result? FunFair casinos have grown their total user base by around 50 percent since the start of 2020 alone.

Wagerr Electron Wallet

Launched last year, Wagerr’s Electron Wallet allows for hundreds of simultaneous sporting events, lightning fast loading times and a great looking user interface.

When we had a closer look, we found that the app works quickly and is simple to access and place bets via – in fact, the display is not a million miles from what you would expect to see from any traditional online sportsbook.

While the global sporting calendar is mainly on hold at the moment, Wagerr is adding a range of events which are still going ahead to provide users with options to bet.

Written by The Ferdinator
Fernando heads up CGN's social media outreach and Spanish content sections, socialising, writing and researching in numerous languages like a Babel Fish on steroids. When not at his desk Fernando enjoys eating squirrels, tampering with police vehicles, and watching Game of Thrones in Dothraki garb. Around here he goes by Ferdy, Ferds, or The Ferdinator.
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Three crypto wallets that are changing the way we gamble
Three crypto wallets that are changing the way we gamble
Updated Apr 29, 2020 | Published Apr 7, 2020

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