To boost player trust and safety, TrustTracker uses a technology developed by CasinoCoin, which stores the outcome of every transaction.
With the help of the TrustTracker app, customers can enter their bet code or scan a QR code to receive a verification that a specific transaction is legitimately placed and logged onto the ledger.
Commenting on these developments, 321cryptocasino's Tomy Simonian had this to say:
“We understand that casino players are increasingly demanding when it comes to issues surrounding transparency and trust. TrustTracker™ allows us to place the legitimacy of our product at the heart of our engagement, acquisition and wider growth strategy.”
Andrew French, MD at TrustTracker, has pointed out that CasinoCoin's blockchain has allowed the company to prove to consumers that the games they like are legitimate and fair choices.
According to French, Trust Tracker will become the torch-bearer for visibility and accountability. One of the reasons for this project has been the lack of trust in the sector.
A survey has shown that only 29% of interviewed people in the United Kingdom thought gambling was fair and should be trusted, down from 48% in 2010.
Adopting this technology for blockchain casinos makes a lot of sense, as crypto casinos are now at the frontier of developing consumer trust and benefiting from loyal player bases, with the traditional sector having been hit by a wave of allegations.
While social media has given the opportunity to interact freely with casino players, the underpinning benefits of the blockchain have allowed projects, such as CasinoCoin and Bitcasino.io, to deliver safe and fair online gaming solutions to players from a number of different business areas within the industry.