Decentralised blockchain casino platform provider FunFair Technologies has set out its plans for the next few months with the publication of its roadmap for Q2 2019.
Publishing its latest Roadmap Update on the FunFair website, the company said there are some big projects that have been seen considerable development work internally, particularly the new wallet and white-label launch. “We’re excited to showcase these in a live environment soon and will go into more detail on both nearer delivery.”
FunFair’s new wallet will be launched shortly, making the funding and account management process at partner casinos easier across all devices.
“We’re in the final stages of integrating our new KYC process, which will also tie in to the wallet. This will make the process much more straightforward for new players, driving conversion in the process. Various other iterations to the user flow are being introduced, including more user-friendly design and better aesthetics across all devices.”
Be more mobile-friendly
“We’re acutely aware of the need to deliver a strong mobile offering which will appeal to the mass market beyond desktop and this will be delivered in Q2,” said FunFair, adding that games will be optimised for smaller screens along with the platform, KYC process and wallet.
“The wallet will play a key part in this, allowing players to jump between devices with the same account, no matter their browser and with no need for plugins or extensions.”
FunFair said that its white label for RakeTheRake is in the latter stages of development and will be ready to launch in the coming weeks. “Featuring a very engaging brand name, strong design and a very different feel to CasinoFair, we’re confident it will be a big hit on launch,” the company said.
FunFair also said it would be improving its marketing and CRM capabilities in the forthcoming period, “using learned player behaviour and feedback to improve on bonusing and promotional requirements”.
The company also plans to introduce more new games and variants, including Hi Lo Max, its first instant-win scratchcard, and a higher stake slot release.