Stable Tech N.V. announced the first of many significant achievements with CoinSlotty.com, their flagship crypto-based online casino. The Curacao-based iGaming operator celebrates their first 100 closed affiliate deals with commemorative gift packages containing “golden coins”, figuratively showering their partners with appreciation.
A Pocketful of Gold as Thanks
Originally launched in November 2022, CoinSlotty has come a long way since its inception by onboarding a robust selection of major crypto-exclusive affiliate partners now numbering at a neat 100. To sweeten the deal, Stable Tech N.V. opted to create a memorable gift that would come in a sleek black recycled material box tied with a purple bow.
The gift box contains the following items: a made-to-order medieval-style coin pouch filled with hand-painted golden chocolate coins, and an Apple AirTag with a UV-printed CoinSlotty logo. All 100 affiliates onboarded in the past four months will receive this gift.
The company revealed on BusinessInsider.com that the 100 gift packages will leave their offices starting this week. Some of these will be handed out to individual affiliates during this year’s ICE conference held in London.
Boxes and Boxes of Goodies
Created by the Croatian Choco Concept, one of Croatia’s most recognized artisan chocolate makers, 5000 CoinSlotty golden chocolate coins are the star of the show. With decades spent in the chocolate-making industry, the Opatija-based team of chocolatiers has worked on outstanding projects such as Croatia’s Baška Tablet and Molecular Chocolate projects.
The campaign’s signature items have been hand-brushed with gold paint for a consistent look, but that’s not all: a 3D design was first created to pin down the best size for the coins, after which a custom silicone mold was made to test out the first batch. Each delicious coin is made with 40% cocoa Belgium chocolate and weighs about 1 oz, creating an end product reminiscent of real gold coins measuring 44mm in diameter and 5mm in height.
Yet another component of the CoinSlotty gift box finds its roots in Croatia, this time from the small city of Samobor – the medieval-themed leather coin pouches included in the package are produced by a skilled leatherworker specializing in cowhide products and restorations.
Each pouch is hand-made using a variety of tools including heavy-duty scissors and leather working machinery, with pouch material consisting of synthetic leather, cowhide, and golden string. One bag takes about an hour of work and holds about 45 golden chocolate coins, measuring about 32cm in diameter and weighing close to 100 grams.
The third item is an Apple AirTag nestled in a Belkin black carabiner secure holder, by which CoinSlotty can “track the success of each partner”. The device was further customized with the project logo UV printed on its back as befitting the theme of the campaign. The CoinSlotty team spent time testing both laser engraving and UV printing, eventually opting for the latter as it brought the best out of the product and the CoinSlotty logo.
The bespoke AirTag is nested within a custom sponge mold, then attached to the black Belkin carabiner that features a nifty snap-and-lock design that ensures that the device stays in place. Attaching the durable carabiner is easy with the use of a convenient, sturdy, and secure metal loop as well as the spring-loaded gate. The raised edges of the holder protect the AirTag from dings and scratches, while the open design of the carabiners keeps both sides visible, showing off any personalization.
Last but certainly not least, the matte black gift box is made of recycled material that’s custom ordered to fit the package contents like a glove, complete with a special foam compartment for the bespoke AirTag already pre-fitted onto its carabiner. For extra security, two magnets were installed to keep the box shut, while the purple ribbon fastening complements CoinSlotty’s iconic branding.
Thoughts From CoinSlotty’s Affiliate Partners
The affiliate partners closest to CoinSlotty’s headquarters received their gift boxes early, and their reactions were great fun. Campaigns like these are a rarity within the corporate industry, with branded water bottles and stationery being more common among company swag.
Here are some of the comments we found:
What Comes Next for CoinSlotty?
The team behind CoinSlotty.com have a bag full of golden chocolate coins – they also have a bag full of creative ideas ready to go. We reached out to the team to discuss their plans for the future, and we got plenty of insight in return.
“The core goal of the brand is to become the community’s #1 online crypto casino, and to get to that spot, we aim to establish our presence on all of the crypto-related forums, with BitcoinTalk.com being our first step. “ – John, Marketing Lead at CoinSlotty.com
One of the largest blockchain platforms on the Internet, BitcoinTalk is a major source of information for all things cryptocurrency. It was first founded in 2009 by Satoshi Nakamoto, the original Bitcoin developer. CoinSlotty is in partnership with several senior members of the forum, with their ANN thread being live for several weeks.
The CoinSlotty.com team has also been working on establishing a presence on Twitch this year. Their main goal in this area will be to replicate CoinSlotty’s success within the affiliate website industry and to eventually onboard a list of 100 Twitch streamers that will make CoinSlotty an essential part of their daily streams.
CoinSlotty.com is making its overall media presence a priority, aiming to feature casino Twitch streamer highlights on its YouTube channel. With over 10 Twitch streamers already under their belt, the Direcut Productions project will post every week.
More About CoinSlotty.com
Launched in November 2022, CoinSlotty.com is managed and operated by Stable Tech N.V. under the e-gaming license No. 8048/JAZ, issued by Antillephone. It has quickly established its presence within the blockchain community, intending to become a community-driven online bitcoin casino where the blockchain community can feel at home.
The project has been authorized by the government of Curacao, with all their games being ISO/IEC 17025 compliant and certified as “provably fair” and industry-standard payouts ranging between 95% and 98%.