CasinoFair 30,000 FUN Challenge – To the moon? (Part 3)

Last time out, a big win on CasinoFair classic Treasures from the Crypto put us back on track with our 30,000 $FUN challenge.

Make no mistake, there was still a long way to go if we were to double up our bankroll, but it was nice to recover from a challenging first session.

For our third game of the challenge, we decided to check out the recent release Crypto Trader Rush.

The game has a bit of a trading / DeFi theme, which of course is very much on point at the moment.

The DeFi revolution of recent months has caused us crypto gamblers a few problems, particularly if we favour the Ethereum blockchain when playing.

High gas fees have made certain platforms almost unplayable. Who wants to spend $2 in gas fees for the right to play a single spin of roulette?

Fortunately, FunFair has us covered. Their long-running ‘Death to Gas’ campaign means they cover the costs, and the platform’s clever use of fate channels means the games play fast even during busy periods.

With this in mind, we loaded up Crypto Trader Rush and decided to up the stakes, starting things off with some 1,000 $FUN bets on whether the market would move up or down.

We stayed at around our starting bankroll, so doubled the stakes, before having a 2,000 $FUN wager on the market adding at least four points.

The financial wager paid off, putting us just a whisker shy of our starting bankroll of 30,000 $FUN. We were back in action.

However, anyone in the investment game knows the markets can be a cruel mistress. We attempted to repeat the trick of our 2,000 $FUN, 4x bets and soon came unstuck.

Before long, our investment portfolio – or rather gaming bankroll – had diminished to 15,000 $FUN.

If we were going to succeed, we needed a change in fortunes…

Check back for part 4 of the challenge, and remember, always gamble responsibly and only with money you can afford to lose.

Looking for your next crypto casino? Check out Mega Dice or FortuneJack!

Written by David


David is co-founder of, and has worked in the crypto gambling space since 2015.

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