Will FUN Token be on solid ground in iGaming?

FreeBitco.in, a large online (crypto) casino is ambitious and is looking to turn the FunFair (FUN)Token into the token of choice for the online gaming industry, facilitating its growth and utilization. And it seems to be working already. The FUN Token is up by 300% since January.

This quarter saw the announcement of the FreeBitco.in Premium Membership Program, a venture that utilizes FUN as a loyalty token for all of FreeBitco.in’s 41 million registered users. The FUN Token for the program because of its focus on decentralized and fair online gaming.

“FUN is revolutionizing the way online casinos handle Deposits, Withdrawals, Transactions, Loyalty & Rewards, and in-game currency. For players, it is a fast, transparent, and truly fair way to play and win. FUN is the digital chip for the online gaming revolution,” as is stated on the Fun Token website.

So how does it work on FreeBitco.in? Well, users can purchase FUN Tokens at FreeBitco.in and hold the FUN Tokens for specified periods of time. Users will then start earning benefits such as cashback, free spins, and extra interest according to designated tiers.

FreeBitco.in has developed some strategies to develop the utility and value of the FUN token and is looking to:

1. Invest in develop to build consumer-facing apps around the FUN Token to promote further adoption
2. Establish partnerships in the iGaming industry to establish the FUN Token as a transactional currency in the gaming industry
3. Maintain a strategic burning schedule to improve the FUN Token value

The launch of the Premium Membership Program does put FUN Token into the spotlight (in iGaming). With further developments in the pipeline, it can even become an interesting investment opportunity in 2021.

At the time of writing, FUN has a current market cap of $351,186,475 with a price per token of $0.03192641.

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