FunFair: H1 2019 Review and VIP Partner with Alchemy platform
Monthly update 21th June — 5th July
During the last two weeks FunFair community illustrated average level of social activity in the media landscape. To start with, FunFair Technologies published H1 Review that covers a recap on what the company has been up to for the last six months. Plus the report focuses on a preview of some of the things which are expected to be in the second half of the year. In continuation, FunFair partnered with Alchemy, a developer platform that empowers companies to build scalable and reliable decentralized applications without the hassle of managing blockchain infrastructure in-house. More to follow!
Jez San is a tech veteran. Founding Argonaut software as a teenager in the 1980s, he went on to pioneer 3D gaming on the SNES (Super Nintendo Entertainment System) and work on various classic nineties games, including Star Fox and Croc.
Since moving on from Argonaut, he has turned his attention to gaming and online gambling. After founding online casino PKR.com in 2006, his latest project — Funfair Technologies — aims to solve the various problems with online casino gaming using the Ethereum blockchain.
Cryptoclobe.com spoke to Jez about his storied history, what led him to the worlds of gambling and crypto, the pros and cons of Ethereum, and why he’s no longer a Bitcoin Maximalist.
H1 2019 was very successful for FunFair. Its first partner casino, @CryptoCasinoFun, loads of new games and numerous improvements to its platform were was launched.
- FunFair will show off its affiliate tech for the first time
Partnerships and team members
Their enhanced infrastructure powers essential components of the FunFair ecosystem. You can find out more about them here.
London-based digital agency, M25 Media, has agreed a contract to become the second white label partner and third brand on FunFair’s market-leading casino platform, following the launch of RakeTheRake’s Crypto Casino last month.
M25 Media, founded by Tobias Mehring and specialising in web development, digital advertising and affiliate marketing, is expected to deliver yet another alternative use case for a FunFair-powered casino.
Having gone live with its first third-party casino recently, the onboarding of M25’s to-be-announced brand is set to be comparatively fast with FunFiar’s account management function now live and development requirements well understood.
The partnership came about after a constructive discussion at ICE 2019, with M25 applying to FunFair’s white label campaign soon after. In the applicant review stage and throughout the sales process, it was apparent that with the expertise M25 have already working across a number of marketing disciplines combined with their access to a wide network of affiliates and strong understanding of the cryptocurrency space, they’d be a strong and profitable casino partner to launch on its platform.
Social media metrics
The charts above illustrate a slight decline in the number of Twitter followers, Telegram members and Reddit subscribers.
Official FunFair website — https://funfair.io/
The FunFair showcase — https://showcase.funfair.io/
FunFair’s Twitter — https://twitter.com/FunFairTech
FunFair’s official news section — https://funfair.io/latest/latest-news/
Official FunFair subreddit — https://www.reddit.com/r/FunfairTech/
FunFair’s official Telegram — https://t.me/FunFair_Official
Frequently Asked Questions — https://funfair.io/frequently-asked-questions/
FunFair’s Discord — https://discordapp.com/invite/rwETqSP
Official CasinoFair website: https://casinofair.com
CasinoFair’s official Telegram: https://t.me/CasinoFair
Current CasinoFair promotions: https://promotions.casinofair.com/
The graph above shows the dynamics of changes in the number of FunFair Reddit subscribers, Twitter followers and Facebook likes. The information is taken from Coingecko.com.