SOFTSWISS updates its in-game currency conversion feature to add up to nine fiat currencies

iGaming Software Solution Provider SOFT SWISS announced on Monday that he is update one of the most requested features of its casino platform, its in-game currency conversion. The online casino management software now allows players to convert their crypto balances into nine fiat currencies.

Prior to the update, cryptocurrency could only be converted to one default currency. “Offering unique innovative features, SOFTSWISS is sparing no effort to bolster the functionality of its solutions, this time expanding the list of fiat currencies available for in-game conversion,” the company said. The platform now allows conversion to USD, EUR, AUD, RUB, CAD, NZD, NOK, JPY and BRL.

In-game currency conversion is a crypto-centric feature introduced in spring 2022 “unlock new business opportunities for customers” and give players more freedom of action. “Now the latter can bet on games that do not natively support cryptocurrencies, while operators can offer more games in the SOFTSWISS games portfolio,” SOFTSWISS wrote.

Darya Avtukhovich, Head of SOFTSWISS Casino Platform, commented on the update: “Before the update, players could only convert crypto to US dollars. The range of games available was limited by currency. However, the variety of games brings diverse emotions and experiences.”

“So this time we have implemented multi-currency support. Players can now convert crypto to more fiat currencies and enjoy a wider variety of games,” she added.

The casino platform is described as a multifunctional software platform for online casinos offered by SOFTSWISS. As the first iGaming platform to introduce support for cryptocurrencies, the Casino platform offers a portfolio of games and features “to meet the highest expectations of operators and launch an online casino from scratch,” according to the company.

The SOFTSWISS Casino platform and other company products will be showcased at SiGMA Europe, booth S17, November 14-18 in Valletta, Malta.

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