Disclaimer: there are referral links in this post, I currently have 0 liquid holdings of FunFair tokens plus a very small amount locked up (under $100) and lastly, please treat this post as information only, not financial advice.
After buying in around $0.031 each, the coin flew up to a massive $0.058 within about 1 day but sadly, my 50% sell orders at $0.062 was not hit. I saw the token price crash all the way down to around $0.034 before deciding to just set a stop loss at $0.031 and move on. However, before I knew it the coin was above $0.04 again and briefly reached $0.0589 (which of course I did not sell at).
After a long cooling off period from the peak I decided to sell 90% at $0.043, then my last 10% was sold at $0.041.
Reason For Selling
Simply put, I believe this was a massive case of insider trading or a pump and dump.
At the intersection of the two lines is where I believe the news first came out, but as you can see the token has been pumping massively for weeks beforehand already, in fact it was already up 10 times from the lows back in October. Due to this, I decided to stay away from this token, at least for now.
Apart from the almost definite insider trading of this token, I believe the fundamentals of the FunFair token is actually still quite strong. They are shaping up to be positioned as an industry leader in online gambling, if they can deliver on some of their roadmap targets. It will be very exciting once they become cashflow positive. I may buy into this again once the price goes down (significantly), or if FunFair releases more news about their token.