FunFair technologies, a market leading blockchain casino technology provider, has been welcomed to the Island by Blockchain Isle of Man, and has been accepted into its associated Office and Sandbox.
In October 2018 Tynwald unanimously approved the National Telecoms Strategy which was developed and written by the Department for Enterprise.
by Joe Hughes, CEO, Manx Technology Group and Digital Isle of Man Board Member.
FunFair Technologies, a market leading decentralised B2B casino platform, has set another industry first being approved for a tier one, Token Based Supplier licence from the Isle of Man.
Last year, a big-name in the Island’s banking sector introduced Assisted Automation to help their workforce with managing simple, but high-volume tasks.
The Prior Information Notice (PIN) period for acceptance of input to the proposed Isle of Man Lottery has now closed.
Local Trust and Corporate Service Provider Affinity Management Services are pleased to confirm that they have assisted in successfully obtaining approval for a full gambling licence for blockchain lottery company,...
Lee Hills, CEO of the Douglas-based blockchain and eGaming advisors, SolutionsHub, takes us through the evolution of funding models for blockchain enterprises.
Isle of Media, the national development agency for the Isle of Man’s thriving digital, content and media technology cluster is adding leading media professional, Ellen Windemuth to its Advisory Panel.
Digital Isle of Man is seeking input on proposals to develop a Manx International Lottery. The proposed Manx International Lottery would see an exclusive licence issued to an operator under new primary legislation with an annual licence fee set by the Treasury.
Vannin Ventures, the Isle of Man-based business incubator, has invested in Trak365, the UK technology start-up focused on accelerating the development of a smart economy by using leading-edge IoT (Internet...
The Isle of Man has become a hotspot for blockchain businesses thanks to its open approach to emerging and transformative technologies, according to an award-winning business in the Island.