Gambling is beginning to change dramatically. Crypto casinos have appeared, with the emergence of blockchain and cryptocurrency, which offer players to use the most popular currencies to recharge their balance. Although cryptocurrencies provide security and anonymity to their owners still the question of fair games and fair wins remains open.
A comprehensive solution is developed by the TruePlay platform for game providers and online casinos in order to provide users with games with a guaranteed percentage of winnings. Lately, the project connected one of the first partners – the crypto casino FairPlay , where players can check the casino balance in the blockchain and calculate the real percentage of winnings for each game. The blockchain does not allow changes to the data registry and ensures transparent operations and accountability.
Suppliers of games can not give an opportunity to ensure the integrity of their games, with which users have to put up. A risk of fraud and foul play is faced by a player every time he discovers a new online casino. The implementation of the TruePlay platform’s own technology of honesty control on the blockchain allows you to make sure that the percentage of winnings corresponds to the declared provider. All transactions, requests, winnings, and losses are recorded in an impersonal form in the blockchain and players can calculate the percentage of winnings by the sum of bets and the amount of winnings.
FairPlay uses BTC and ETH. But it plans to expand recharge options in the near future to attract a wider audience. To realize the full transparency of each game, the TruePlay platform uses the TPLAY token. This gaming cryptocurrency is tied to the rate of ethereum and is available in the TruePlay wallet, which is created after the user’s registration. After replenishing the balance in Bitcoin or broadcast automatic conversion into TPLAY tokens takes place at the rate specified in the wallet.
TruePlay is currently negotiating with several new providers, and world game development leaders, such as NetEnt, Microgaming, Play’n Go are already working with FairPlay.