Blockchain-driven online gaming company CashBet has decided on a new partnership with Greentube to start offering the cryptocurrency of CashBet Coin as a payment method across its social casinos of B2C.
The deal comes after a successful integration with the flagship social platform of Greentube, GameTwist, hailed as “one of the largest online gaming communities in the world.” The deal allows CBC to buy credits through its selection of over 400 casino games from consumers.
Ed Brennan, president at CashBet Coin, said: “We are rapidly establishing CBC as the go-to cryptocurrency for igaming markets all over the world. Our partnership with Greentube and its social casinos underlines the demand for alternative payment methods, such as CBC, and proves the advantages our technology can bring to social casino gaming.”
The interactive division of Novomatic has begun to integrate CBC and its underlying blockchain technology across the portfolio of the company, offering users an alternative way to play their online slots, casino, card games and bingo content.
Stresses that the cryptocurrency enjoys “a strong foothold in Europe,” CBC should be allowed in all GameTwist operating markets.
Ronald van den Brink, Greentube CCO, commented: “This partnership with CBC marks the next stage in Greentube’s strategy to leverage blockchain solutions to improve the customer experience.
“The technical excellence, demonstrable utility, and versatility of CBC perfectly aligns with our vision for cryptocurrency in social gaming.
“The first step has been to offer our players a new cryptocurrency payment option, and we have big plans to develop CBC further across our social casino brands.”
Last month, Greentube became the first Austrian distributor to receive the certification of the Global Gambling Guidance Group, which it described as “the world’s strictest international player protection standard”.
Covering all the organisation’s market verticals, the award “underscores Greentube’s commitment to responsible gambling and the effectiveness of its player protection measures”.