Crypto firms contenders for EGR B2B Awards

Blockchain and crypto companies have started to appear on EGR’s B2B Awards list in recent years, and deservedly so. Two entries to keep an eye out for this year are and FunFair Technologies. Both have been distinguished for their continuous work in innovating specific verticals.

FunFair Technologies has been listed under Innovation in RNG casino software and is a worthy contender. The company has created both a Guaranteed Fair casino product for white labels, but also a set of innovative crypto games specifically designed to work with its ERC-20 token FUN as a payment method. The company has also completed its first localization in Japan, one of the biggest markets for crypto and Bitcoin in particular.

The other nominee is They have been listed under the Payments category, having facilitated onboarding by creating an all-in-one payment solution known as CoinsPaid. The software is utilised not only by crypto and blockchain casinos, but also any mainstream casino that wants to facilitate payouts.

Cryptoprocessing and CoinsPaid are part of SoftSwiss group, which also owns Markeleon and Bgaming. CoinsPaid has proven a particularly handy solution. One of the main concerns for most mainstream crypto operators is that they have to walk players through the process of making a deposit, something that has been facilitated with the help of CoinsPaid.

Some casinos have become even more confident in the ability to appeal exclusively to a crypto audience. mBitCasino announced it is suspending support for FIAT money and focusing exclusively on crypto assets, taking its offer to the next level.

Looking for your next crypto casino? Check out: Bitcasino or FortuneJack.

Written by Tudor

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