After launch I mostly didn't think much about it, except pushing my friends to try Chips of Fury by hosting a few poker game parties. Most of my friends still complained about how they miss the "feel" of chips, but at-least agreed that the app was indeed useful in many scenarios.
The good thing about Chips of Fury was that there was some built in social aspects to it. So it slowly started spreading by word of mouth.
After the Christmas of 2018, and new years', Chips of Fury saw its first spike in traffic. Almost 500 games were played on the vacation days and that made me think about it more seriously.