FunFair will seek the mass adoption of its dedicated single and multi-player games in 2021 as part of a long-term growth plan.
The company used its latest AMA to discuss numerous developments, including commercial development plans, as well as L2 Solutions and the FunFair wallet, platform and games, and specifically how soon the company would list on Coinbase. It also hinted at new ways to use the FUN tokens.
FunFair confirmed that it is looking to list. However, the issue remains that the FUN utility token is used for gambling, which raises some challenges on a regulatory level – something that may get some regulatory clarity soon.
Just as importantly, FunFair confirmed that it's looking into new ways to consciously engage with the community, albeit that is still a work in progress and it will take a long time to see in practice.
The company explained that it's working to make its games available to the masses, but admitted that there were still challenges to mass adoption.
The community also demanded to know how FunFair is going to measure success in the short and long-term. Responding to that, FunFair explained that the long-term is easier to predict and define in terms of success.
FunFair expects to see numerous consumer acquisitions, positive cash flow and more casino partners successfully integrating the company's tech.
Some medium-term prospects were also put forward such as coming up with other uses for FUN tokens in a bid to expand the reach and single-vertical dependency of the company.
FunFair is willing to build and engage with social media in new and exciting ways, including Twitch streaming and Discord channels all for the purposes of raising awareness and demonstrating the full potential of the FunFair technology.
FunFair also spoke fondly of some of its partnership deals, including the agreement with EveryMatrix that enables the company to releases both its single and multi-player games on the mass casino market.
In the meantime, if you wish to enjoy proper FunFair tech games, we invite you to take a look at CasinoFair, its dedicated casino project.
For the full AMA, please head to the official page.
The AMA follows the Q1 2021 objectives report which was published prior to the AMA this week.