CasinoCoin, one of the world’s best-known gaming blockchains, has signed up with online operator Omnia Casino to produce a new token for their online site.
The token will be used to operate the Omnia Casino loyalty program. Players taking part on the Omnia site will be able to earn tokens, and then spend them in a new online store, giving them access to a variety of promotions, including bonuses, free spins or other prizes.
Speaking about the new deal, Omnia Group’s founder, Sam Hobcraft, said that they had always put innovation at the centre of what they do and chose CasinoCoin for the new venture as their technology was better than all of the alternative options:
“As the blockchain for gaming, and with a team that understands this space, they are the perfect partner and we look forward to building a long-lasting relationship.”
According to reports, Omnia Casino will control the token and is promising almost instantaneous transactions along with much lower fees. The new Omnia rewards scheme will also apparently feature more robust security and a greater level of automation.
Director of advocacy for the CasinoCoin Foundation, John Caldwell, said that since their custom tokens were launched earlier in 2019, the firm has seen a variety of innovative operators employ the technology in different ways. He also said that the addition of one of the online gaming world’s leading cryptocurrency sites to their network boosts their position as the foremost gaming blockchain.
The new deal is just the latest struck by CasinoCoin during the last year. A number of companies have signed up with them to produce their own token system using the CasinoCoin blockchain. These include well known roulette game maker Cammegh and the eGamingFund; a distribution and licensing provider for online casino games producers.