CasinoFair Challenge 3: riding the FUN moonshot

The last time the CryptoGamblingNews team undertook a CasinoFair challenge back in October, our starting bankroll of 30,000 FUN was worth about $100.

As we all know, a few months is a long time in crypto, and since then FunFair’s FUN token has made some pretty impressive progress towards the moon.

Whereas last time out, a single FUN token was worth about a third of a cent, today it is worth almost $0.02.

Some great progress from the FunFair team, including the recent launch of its new self-service wallet, has certainly helped the price in the right direction.

And what it means for us, at the start of another CasinoFair Double Up Challenge, is that the stakes have also risen.

Our 10,000 FUN bankroll is worth just a little under $200; we are eager to see an improvement on our performance last time out.

With that in mind, we fired up an old favourite, Banana Blast, to kick off the challenge.

A few 200 FUN spins had us sticking around our starting bankroll, so we upped the stakes a little to 500 FUN per spin.

It was here we hit a big win, as the fruits fell the multipliers stacked and we ended up bagging 3,575 off a single spin, to end the mini-session up by around 1,500 FUN.

We decided to strike while the iron was hot, loading up European Roulette to see if we could capitalise on these early gains.

Placing 1,500 FUN on red, we landed the colour we needed to boost our bankroll further, to just under 13,000 FUN.

A 30% gain on the session was a fantastic start – and we were well on the way already to our target.

With the adrenaline flowing, we decided on one more spin for the session. A 3,000 FUN wager that would put us within touching distance of our target.

This time, we opted for black… and we hit once more!

What a start. Our bankroll was at almost 16,000 FUN already, a gain of 60%.

Tune in tomorrow to see if we can maintain our momentum.

And remember, always gamble responsibly and only with money you can afford to lose.

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Written by David

Co-founder

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

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