It's been a difficult week for the majority of our tracked gambling tokens, yet it's not all doom and gloom with both TrueFlip ($TFL) and 888tron ($888) holding steady over the past seven days.
Most have turned red after dips in the major market movers when it comes to gambling: bitcoin, Ether and TRON. Ether was hit the hardest, seeing a drop of 8% over the week, with BTC losing 5.2% in market cap, and TRX falling 4.7%.
This has, understandably, affected the wider market hard, but both $TFL and $888 stuck to their guns and recorded 1.2% and 6.9% bumps respectively. Provably fair blockchain casino TrueFlip continues to deliver some of the best games in the decentralised space, which has seen it earn respect from the wider market as a project, rather than just a casino operator, and with regular volume in the six figures, the team behind it should be looking at the long run and taking confidence from these kinds of week.
$888's volume was on the lower end of the spectrum, so it's difficult to read too much into its recent bump, although it must have something going for it with several other TRON-based casinos taking hits over the same seven day block.
One of those is WINk ($WIN), which remains second in our tracked list with a cap of close to $25m. $WIN's total cap fell over the week but steadied over the last few days; a correction which I'm sure they hope will continue into the end of September. Its coin, which is one of several linked to WINk, continues to be traded heavily, with the last 24 hours seeing over $2m change hands.
BetProtocol, a blockchain platform which we've covered heavily of late, is starting to see daily traded volume in its $BEPRO token pick up, with the most recent figures seeing $201,943 exchanged and purchased. With a constant stream of news, partnerships and releases, the project looks to be going places, but it's well short of the figures that fellow platform supplier FunFair is seeing. Jez San's project has been a mainstay at the top of our ladder for a long while, and although this week saw it take a hit, traded volume remains high and it's well clear of similar suppliers in the blockchain space.