Fasttoken

BetConstruct announces the launch of blockchain solution Fasttoken

BetConstruct has teased the launch of Fasttoken, the first all-in-one, fully decentralized and Ethereum based blockchain solution which provides “100% transparency, security and fairness to all involved parties – players, game providers, operators and affiliates”.

Utilising Ethereum’s second layer scaling technologies, Fasttoken has been designed to minimise transactions costs, eliminate latency and lag inside a gaming session, and boost scalability by moving the actual gaming process of the main chain.

The user-friendly solution, launched at last week’s Malta Blockchain Summit, never compromises the security, transparency or fairness of any aspect of any game. Once a gaming session ends, players have the option to audit every spin, revealed card or event for fairness.

This ensures provably fair gaming and verifiable RNG across all verticals, while players can enjoy multiple games simultaneously – just like they do in centralised casinos today.

“Trust takes years to build up, and seconds to lose. That is why today we are building the casino of the future. By applying blockchain solutions in gambling, we deliver an exclusive chance to enjoy wagering without the sine qua non of the trust factor,” said Vigen Badalyan, BetConstruct Founder and CEO.

He added: “As a result of more than 15 years of experience in the igaming industry and our work, we have gained hundreds of loyal partners, many of whom are already preparing to recognize Fasttoken as their cryptocurrency.”

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