We are lucky to work with some amazing businesses, building brands and value, aligning our interests to a common goal of success. We always start the same way; understanding clients immediate needs and long-term goals, then applying creative solutions where necessary, straightforward where possible and always strategic thinking to future-proof each business.
Licensing, operations and regulatory affairs delivered by industry veterans and ex-inspectors with a 100% approval record for over a decade. Approvals in just 15 weeks and fixed costs provide assurance and cash flow certainty.
We deliver bespoke business and regulatory solutions to meet the most complex cases. Our experience covers ICOs, STOs, alternative token offerings, digital asset custody, exchanges, syndicates and market-makers.
Secure, reliable banking and payments infrastructure solutions. Available for egaming and blockchain businesses globally.
SolutionsHub subsidiary, RecruitmentHub, is a licensed employment agency specialising in recruiting and relocating successful teams for egaming and blockchain businesses, including grant applications and personal support.
Concept development is an exciting part of our business. We have worked with founders right through to successful exits on all matters from pitching to M&A negotiation.
Supporting blockchain and egaming businesses build value.
- 100% gambling licence approval record for over a decade spread across sports, casino, DFS, bingo, poker, blockchain and crypto
- Advised the Isle of Man’s first hard-capped ICO ($40m)
- EGR Award for Cryptocurrency Services Supplier 2019
- Obtained world’s first blockchain gambling licence
- Access to banking and payments for betting and blockchain businesses
- Designed and implemented world first player protection solutions for crypto betting
Clients benefit from hands-on experience with complex regulatory and operational issues for egaming, blockchain and fintech businesses. From securing funding and regulatory approval to scaling and exiting, clients are in safe hands.
We are an independent, privately owned and owner-operated company. With no debt to service, or external shareholders to appease, clients know exactly who they are doing business with and that the relationships that develop are meaningful and have longevity.
Many professional and financial services companies charge on a ‘time spent’ basis. This is a license to issue unexpected bills and ‘time dump’ unnecessary charges to clients. We only ever engage on a fixed fee basis, providing clarity an certainty for all engagements.
Two of our valued clients are celebrating after picking up awards at a prestigious gambling industry awards ceremony. Luckbox and Unirkn, both esports-focused betting companies based in the Isle of Man, were recognised at the EGR Operator Awards, renowned as “the Oscars of the egaming sector”. Unikrn was named Esports Operator Of The Year for […]go to article
SolutionsHub COO Nick Wright discusses how the gambling sector works to ensure responsible gambling and best practices for protecting player funds… There is no getting away from it, COVID-19 has impacted all of our lives in some way shape or form. The gambling sector has been no different. Online sports bookmakers, with no complementary product […]go to article
The new SolutionsHub website is designed to make sure our home illustrates the breadth of our services and our team’s experience and expertisego to article
Casino game software supplier Skyline Solutions has engaged SolutionsHub to aquire an Isle of Man B2B software licence as the company targets rapid growthgo to article
Investing in crypto is often viewed as a high-risk, almost shady practise, but in truth it has never been more credible. SolutionsHub CEO Lee Hills looks at the evolution of crypto investing and the current climate in 2020… The term “crypto investing” brings with it a large amount of stigma, particularly in the eyes of […]go to article
As China's DCEP, or Digital Yuan, enters a new phase of development, Lee Hills and Dan Thomas take an in-depth look at the project's progressgo to article