Cammegh, the manufacturer of roulette wheels has now completed their first stage of their plan which will see them come to integrate blockchain technology into its internal systems.
From now, all of the service and maintenance schedules, as well as the associated payments will now be held on the CasinoCoin blockchain, with payment utilising the Cammegh Token. As well as this, all of the wheels which are distributed from this point onwards will now be integrated with this technology.
Operators will now be able to benefit from improved data and verification and fraud protection. This has come as a result of the integration.
This news has come after the announcement of the landmark agreement between Cammegh and the CasinoCoin Foundation earlier this year which launched the bespoke Cammegh Token and leverage CasinoCoin’s blockchain technology; put in place to immutably transmit data from every spin of activated Cammegh wheels.
Richard Cammegh, Managing Director of Cammegh commented: “This is a first step but a crucial one. As with all successful blockchain projects, having a valid user case is key.
“The blockchain could not be a better vehicle to service the gaming industry’s need for ever more accountability and traceability, while enabling Cammegh to supply our customers with more diverse products in a global market, across varied jurisdictions in differing currencies.
“We are fortunate to have teamed up with the CasinoCoin Foundation (CSC) who’s blockchain technology and global understanding of the gaming industry will help deliver the products and a level of service the industry and regulators will demand in the future.”
John Caldwell, director of advocacy at the CasinoCoin Foundation, added: “To have secured Cammegh, one of gaming’s most trusted and innovative providers, as our first partner is fantastic, and we are certain the deal will considerably strengthen CasinoCoin as a whole.”