Isle of Man-licensed blockchain gaming company FunFair Technologies is seeing progress internationally after the group has localised its Guaranteed Fair gaming platform for the Japanese market.
The company, having previously only been available in English, has created the technology’s first localised language as it looks to expand across the country.
Stressing that partners have assured the company that their blockchain gaming technology is “a great fit” for Japanese players, FunFair says that jurisdiction “is home to some of the most experienced blockchain players globally.”
Some of the few controlled cryptocurrency markets that boasts a broad audience would be able to access FunFair’s non-custodial wallet as a result of moving individuals around the globe, enabling users to have full control of their funds and access them from any device worldwide.
The CPO at FunFair Technologies Europe, Fred Kessler, explained: “We’ve been advised by our partners for some time that Japan is a great market due to its regulatory framework around cryptocurrency.
“The authorities there have been advocates of how cryptocurrency and blockchain technology will encourage growth in Japan. In fact, JPY is the second largest traded currency against Bitcoin after USD and this makes it an excellent choice for our first platform localisation.
“We’re really looking forward to increased engagement with this new addition to FunFairs’ product proposition, we continue to push our product and technology forward with our aim to bring blockchain technology to the masses and to the forefront of gaming entertainment.”