FunFair Technologies succeeds with ‘Death to Gas’ project

Updated Jun 12, 2020 | Published May 6, 2020
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Leading blockchain casino supplier FunFair Technologies has officially removed fees (GAS) from its gaming environment. Moving forward, players will enjoy a free-of-charge experience on the Ethereum network.
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The blockchain gaming platform released the news, aptly named “Death to Gas,” and invited end users to create their non-custodial Ethereum wallet in just a few clicks with the new update.

FunFair Technologies hopes to optimize the user experience and allow players to be able to jump straight into play owing to the native conversion technology designed to boost onboarding by reducing friction points.

No ETH fees mean not more value-added for the end-user, but the lack of additional charges also facilitates the gaming experience, stripping it from any complicated aspects encountered across most popular crypto gaming networks.

Previously, FunFair partnered with MoonPay, a processor that eliminates the need to own cryptocurrency to play at crypto gaming sites, to smooth out its payments requirements.

Commenting on these developments, FunFair Technologies Europe Ltd. CPO Fred Kessler had this to say:

“Along with our new payment processing for FIAT currencies, what we have coined ‘death to gas’ is another major improvement for FunFair and our partners.  We’re taking the complexity and mystery out of blockchain gaming, while still offering all the benefits that the technology can bring around guaranteed fairness and unparalleled levels of trust.”

FunFair Technologies is the creator of the namesake Guaranteed Fair gaming experience, which is already available on the company’s partnered sites, including CasinoFair, Crypto Casino, and Kingtiger.io. All casinos offer FUN gameplay along with various bonuses.

For those interested in FunFair’s journey and a look back at cryptocurrency, the company recently featured in a documentary on YouTube. It has also supported social causes, including the fight against COVID-19.

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