FunFair’s currency gains 183%

FunFair’s FUN token has rallied by 183% since January 28, and the momentum appears to be backed by a growth in users, amount wagered on the platform, and on-chain transfer volume.

FunFair has waited a long time to see a significant increase in its value, but the arrival of the multi-player blockchain gaming experience it has been developing has proven a success.

There has been a succession of good news for FunFair Technologies in recent months. For a while now, FUN's value has been growing, carried on by the popularity of this new gaming boom.

Market capitalization for the company hit $250m earlier in February and the company is showing no signs of slowing down.

FunFair Technologies has been able to position itself smartly, making sure that the FUN tokens power successful platforms and have real utility value, rather than support the project as a self-serving purpose.

At FunFair's dedicated gaming platform, players will discover numerous WebGL and HTML5 games, combining both classic and more advanced elements of the gaming experience.

The company signed a partnership deal with EveryMatrix to help it reach new audiences.

EveryMatrix's aggregator now reaches 600 casinos worldwide, putting FunFair in a unique position to test its games in real times with both crypto and regular gaming audiences.

Based on FunFair's own information, there has been a 255% spike in operations combined with a 140% spike in the number of players quarter-over-quarter.

With FunFair continuing to show an upward trend, what analysts have considered possible for years now may finally be coming to light. Blockchain gaming is a multi-billion sector that posts a great potential.

Apart from FunFair Technologies and the flagship gaming platform, CasinoFair, there are many other viable options, including, 1xBit and FortuneJack which also make the cut.

Looking for your next crypto casino? Check out: Mega Dice or FortuneJack

Written by Hannah

Hannah is editor of and has almost 15 years experience in journalism, including reporting on law, TV, gambling, crypto and alternative finance. She is particularly interested in the future of money, the transition of gambling from 'vice' industry to mainstream entertainment and the application of blockchain technology to wider society.

Similar News