FunFair Store launches with crypto payments

FunFair Technologies has complemented its casino technology with a new shop opening, giving its legions of supporters and token holders a chance to buy branded merchandise in both cash and cryptocurrency.

The FunFair Store went live earlier this week with a launch offer promising 20% off all orders, valid until 1st April, when using the code ‘LAUNCH20′.

Merchandise available at launch consists of everything from hoodies to phone cases and even socks, all with high-quality branding from FunFair, CasinoFair or one of the group’s games portfolio such as Fun Mountain and Cyber Hunter 2080.

Clothing sizes range from small to 5XL and phone covers can be ordered for various versions of iPhones and Samsung models, with the appropriately titled “Powered by FunFair” graphic.

FunFair Store launches with crypto payments

In-keeping with the group’s push for crypto gaming to enter the mainstream, the shop also takes payment in both Ether and FUN, it’s gaming token, while those wanted more traditional methods can use the normal credit card brands or Alipay, should they wish.

The FunFair Store is already well-stocked but expect to see more added in the coming months with more games and casino brands set to be released.

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

Written by Roman


Roman is a big crypto enthusiast and a bigger sports fan, so crypto sports betting comes as a major interest for him. Has been involved with the gambling industry since 2017 and sees crypto as a major breakthrough for the payments side, specially beyond first world countries.

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