Cubeia launches crypto-focused platform

The platform will support more than 2,000 coins and give operators direct access to player data.

Cubeia has launched a white-label platform catering to the crypto needs of next-generation casinos.

It’s named Cubeia Nano, and incorporates casino, sportsbook, and poker products.

Cubeia is a well-known software developer based in Sweden, and it took the group around three years to develop the new platform which is said to be lightweight and responsive.

Cubeia’s demo site – – is available to operators who wish to try out the new platform’s capabilities.

The white-label service’s test period has ended according to chief executive officer and founder of Cubeia, Fredrik Johansson, and is ready to launch to the broader market.

“When we started this platform project back in 2019, we did it with crypto in mind. After running it successfully with a limited number of operators we are now comfortable to meet the market at a wider perspective”, Johansson said.

Cubeia Nano supports more than 2,000 coins and tokens, and supports direct banking payments, which makes it suitable for basically all types of crypto casinos that operators have planned or have already developed.

Another perk for operators is that they will have absolute control of their customer bases. This is thanks to the new platform’s design, which runs in their cloud account, giving operators first-hand access to player data.

Cubeia Nano is said to offer a powerful user experience design, focused on boosting player engagement, onboarding, and conversion.

“We look forward to discussing the limitless opportunities afforded by Cubeia Nano with online operators from across the sector”, Johansson said.

Another major launch in the crypto casino space this week was the latest addition to the BetU ecosystem, adding a crypto casino to the company’s sports betting platform.

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

Written by Kyamil Nasuf


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