La Française des Jeux (FDJ), the French iGaming giant, has recently initiated a free-play digital gaming platform using blockchain technology.
The platform, dubbed Go Mojo, lets players win prizes of over one hundred thousand Euro. It uses blockchain technology to improve safety and information integrity.
By participating on the platform, the players can earn digital assets to pay for admission to several categories of games with rapid gameplay and pop culture themes that intend to grab the attention of fledgling players.
On sign-up, the users receive thirty credits. Subsequent to that, they can earn extra by viewing advertisements or via referral bonuses.
Presently, users can partake in around 7 games for amassing credits which can then be gambled on 3 games for the chance to fetch real cash prizes. These games include Go Lucky, Go Mojo, and Go 100. Players can pull out prizes of twenty Euro or more after confirming their age using authentication documents.
Notably, FDJ is not the primary iGaming concern to explore the use of blockchain technology for game development. In the month of April, Atari initiated a similar online casino integrating its own virtual tokens.
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