DAOGroup release fastest blockchain gaming platform

According to DAOGroup, the new solution will boost transactional speeds and provide players with a more wholesome experience to enjoy. DAOGroup is now cementing its position as a white label solution, allowing the company to establish itself across the entire spectrum of blockchain gaming.

At the same time, the project is able to guarantee provably fair outcomes to bolster the safety of the player experience further. Wins and losses are noted in players’ wallets immediately without any technical misfires, DAOGroup explained.

According to DAOGroup CCO Glen Bullen, crypto gaming is soon going to be the leading technology for iGaming activities. He had this to add:

“We’re dedicated to transforming the iGaming industry’s understanding and use of cryptocurrency and blockchain technology, with the launch of our platform coming at a pivotal time when that conversation is returning to the mainstream.”

He further noted that mainstream companies are finally opening up to the concept of crypto gaming as it grows in popularity, so much that casinos are now enquiring about acquiring a blockchain platform to power their gaming solutions.

DAOGroup recently expanded its sales team to reflect on the company’s ambition to provide established gambling companies with a new-generation blockchain gaming solutions.

The company rolled out a dedicated wallet recently to facilitate payments and expand its clout further. We reviewed the wallet briefly and were immediately convinced of its efficiency and capabilities.

Overall, DAOGroup is definitely onto a good thing and even though the field of white label blockchain gaming companies has grown perhaps a little disproportionately given demand, we are convinced that this one is on the right track.

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Written by Barney


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