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https://CasinoCoin.org

A digital currency for the regulated online gaming sector.

CasinoCoin is an open source, peer-to-peer, cryptocurrency specifically designed for the regulated online gambling industry.

 

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40 minutes ago, T1000 said:

https://CasinoCoin.org

A digital currency for the regulated online gaming sector.

CasinoCoin is an open source, peer-to-peer, cryptocurrency specifically designed for the regulated online gambling industry.

 

FunFair Technologies - Ticker is FUN.

Alpha is launching Q2 2018. Already working with Casinos of various sizes - requires staking and will implement token burn of the fees. Both of which result in upwards price pressure and help counteract a high token velocity.

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On 3/9/2018 at 4:35 PM, Mpolnet said:

FunFair Technologies - Ticker is FUN.

Alpha is launching Q2 2018. Already working with Casinos of various sizes - requires staking and will implement token burn of the fees. Both of which result in upwards price pressure and help counteract a high token velocity.

Fun and CSC are completely different. 
FUN is a casino..
CSC is a payment processor with built in KYC/AML/Responsible Gaming Limits

CSC could actually be integrated into FUNS platform, not the other way around.

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42 minutes ago, XrpTraderr said:

Fun and CSC are completely different. 
FUN is a casino..
CSC is a payment processor with built in KYC/AML/Responsible Gaming Limits

CSC could actually be integrated into FUNS platform, not the other way around.

I’m not too familiar with CSC but FUN is a platform which is licensed to casinos on which they can then build their own games on. This business model was designed to enable casinos to build better, provably fair games. From my understanding of the casino industry as a whole, it is currently up to the casino operators discretion if they want to require KYC/AML requirements (I could be wrong on this). However, if the casino does require it then I’m pretty sure FUN is compatible with that requirement. Additionally, I do believe that the technology offered to the casino operators by FUN allows regulators to quickly audit what is going on behind the scenes. 

Again, not entirely sure with CSC so i’m not sure what differentiates it or how the two could work together. But FUN itself is not a casino - it’s a technology platform that’s licensed to the casinos. 

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11 hours ago, zenkert said:

No thanks.

What don't you like ?

 

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