Blockchain-based igaming platform Truegame has been awarded a gaming licence in the Curaçao jurisdiction.
In a statement, Truegame said it considered the licence to be one of the most significant
milestones in the project’s development.
The company said that, in order to comply with the requirements of the regulator, it had to undertake “a lot of work and to undergo a serious project review”.
This included a focus on the project details, an audit of the platform’s random-number generator and of the company structure, due diligence, servers and infrastructure check.
Dmitry Danilov, Truegame CEO, said: “Licence obtaining is very important turning point in the development of a strong igaming project like Truegame.
“A Curaçao gaming licence enables such opportunities as extensive legal interaction with players and partners in accordance with international legal standards, access to banking services and payment systems as well as access to all promotional tools, etc.
“Our team is extremely happy with this significant step in the whole project development.
The licence additionally proves that Truegame is not only legitimate and trustful project, but also a solid partner”.
Truegame also plans to apply for gaming licences in other jurisdictions, the company said.