BetProtocol introduces DeFi mining

BetProtocol posted an official announcement, talking about the pivotal move that starts now and will extend well into 2021.

Thanks to the DeFi tool the company is now debuting, affiliated operators will have a way of increasing loyalty and improving community engagement for all platforms.

Better yet, the company said that it would allow consumers to use ‘DeFi-as-a-Service' products.

In development since early 2019, this tool marks the efforts of the company to expand its portfolio with proprietor SaaS and products. The launch of DeFi is accompanied with a special decentralised financial product, BetProtocol specified in the announcement.

Thanks to this new revelation, BetProtocol's loyalty points now have better value as they can benefit from the DeFi boom to squeeze more value.

Better yet, BetProtocol will allow brands to mint their own coins not by going through the rigorous process of finding a trustworthy developer, but rather by using BetProtocol's solution that automates the entire process.

Another perk of the experience is the introduction of the Bet Mining DeFi feature which is now live and ready to go on TKN.COM. You win TKNT tokens no matter whether you win or lose as you play games.

BetProtocol also expects the current introduction of DeFi solutions to lead to higher betting volumes as well as $BERPO tokens being spent as gas.

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Written by Alex


Alex is a well-rounded crypto writer who focuses on general market and legal developments. His main interest lies in how crypto gaming can become a more permanent part of the gaming landscape and how blockchain holds benefits to players they are not even aware of.

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