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1  Economy / Gambling / Re: Cloudbet | Bitcoin Casino & Sportsbook | The No.1 Bitcoin Gambling Site on: May 28, 2020, 03:19:05 PM
Cloudbet launches USDT betting

Cloudbet has just added USDT betting, alongside the existing options of BTC, BCH and ETH. Find out how to get started with USDT betting, including the options to buy directly with your card and claim a Welcome Bonus of up to 1,000 USDT
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Not sure what USDT is & how it works?

USDT (aka Tether) is one of the most popular Stablecoins - cryptocurrencies pegged to the value of existing fiat currencies. But what is its use-case, how does it work, and why has its volume rocketed in 2020? Read this article from the Cloudbet blog to find out.

Start betting with USDT

2  Economy / Gambling / Re: Cloudbet | Bitcoin Casino & Sportsbook | The No.1 Bitcoin Gambling Site on: May 26, 2020, 04:28:51 PM
Hi,
Just a doubt. Received an e-mail form Cloudbet saying I could deposit Tether through credit card. I followed the link, logged in my Cloudbet account, but can not find this option.
Does anybody have any idea?
Thanks

If you are using the legacy page, you won't see the USDT deposit option.

You need to switch on their new layout website: https://www.cloudbet.com/en/player/account

Deposits are all under the "My Account" tab.

Thanks @harizen for the explanation which is correct, sorry for any confusion.
3  Economy / Gambling / Re: Cloudbet | Bitcoin Casino & Sportsbook | The No.1 Bitcoin Gambling Site on: May 24, 2020, 10:17:04 PM
I would like to confirm the honesty of the cloudbet, despite my violation of the point of the regulations, after verifying the account I could easily withdraw the funds. I strongly recommend

I'm happy to hear that the matter has been resolved.

We always strive to provide the best experience to our Customers and resolve all issues in a time frame as short as possible.
4  Economy / Gambling / Re: Cloudbet | Bitcoin Casino & Sportsbook | The No.1 Bitcoin Gambling Site on: May 21, 2020, 12:45:42 PM
I highly doubt there will be a bet on if there will be a war, but in that case lets hope that there isn't one, war has no winners and only losers, this is not something to wager on.

I was already quite against election voting, who would want to vote on something that will change the whole nation, why would I want to wager on something that I think will be life changing to tens of millions of people, even hundreds in some nations. And here we talk about billions of people, that is not really something I would want to wager on because some stuff are too sensitive to be gambling. Would you wager on some famous person with cancer to die or heal? That would look immoral right? "will he get better or will he die" is one person, war is over a billion person.

Completely agree with what you are saying here. Cloudbet would never offer odds on a dead pool or anything similar. Interestingly though, this was an idea that the CIA had looked at in 2001 - Policy Analysis Market (PAM). Read about it here on Wikipedia, but many other articles online on the subject.

"PAM was to be "a market in the future of the Middle East", and would have allowed trading of futures contracts based on possible political developments in several Middle Eastern countries"

It was shut down by outraged Senators in 2003 because they saw it as an 'assassination and terrorism market'.
5  Economy / Gambling / Re: Cloudbet | Bitcoin Casino & Sportsbook | The No.1 Bitcoin Gambling Site on: May 20, 2020, 01:50:52 PM
Hey ronnie, could you guys take a look at the case of this user his withdrawal transaction seems to be processed on your end but nothing showed up on the explorers.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5249052.0

Thanks ralle14, We're in touch with the player and should have a resolution very soon.

Further to this, the issue discussed here has now been resolved, player has been informed accordingly.
6  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Cloudbet failed withdrawal - transaction hash not existing on: May 19, 2020, 01:33:57 PM
Hi xgrounds,

Sorry for the inconvenience.

As you might have noticed, we've replied to your private message and we're actively looking into what happened and will get a resolution shortly.
7  Economy / Gambling / Re: Cloudbet | Bitcoin Casino & Sportsbook | The No.1 Bitcoin Gambling Site on: May 19, 2020, 01:29:38 PM
Hey ronnie, could you guys take a look at the case of this user his withdrawal transaction seems to be processed on your end but nothing showed up on the explorers.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5249052.0

Thanks ralle14, We're in touch with the player and should have a resolution very soon.
8  Economy / Gambling / Re: Cloudbet | Bitcoin Casino & Sportsbook | The No.1 Bitcoin Gambling Site on: May 15, 2020, 01:57:04 PM
@tbct_mt2, @logfiles

Thanks for the feedback which I have passed on.
9  Economy / Gambling / Re: Cloudbet | Bitcoin Casino & Sportsbook | The No.1 Bitcoin Gambling Site on: May 14, 2020, 01:46:45 PM
How do I get the 5btc welcome bonus?  Huh

Hi SScomrades,

As @xandry has helpfully pointed out, you can find information about the Welcome Bonus here.

If you have any questions drop us a PM.
10  Economy / Gambling / Re: Cloudbet | Bitcoin Casino & Sportsbook | The No.1 Bitcoin Gambling Site on: May 14, 2020, 01:42:12 PM
Regarding the Withdrawal Fee

For those that have highlighted the temporary increase in Withdrawal Fee, I can confirm that as network congestion has eased, this has now been reduced back down to 0.00054240 BTC.

If you have further feedback I will happily pass that on.
11  Economy / Gambling / Re: Cloudbet | Bitcoin Casino & Sportsbook | The No.1 Bitcoin Gambling Site on: May 14, 2020, 01:36:26 PM
9 days later they pay  Huh

Apologies for the delays, your withdrawal has been processed.
12  Economy / Gambling / Re: Cloudbet | Bitcoin Casino & Sportsbook | The No.1 Bitcoin Gambling Site on: May 11, 2020, 01:35:45 PM
I waith for my withdraw from 05/07  Angry Every day they tell me withdraw will be processed soon and 4days later none..

Hi SDrandev,

Sorry to hear about the delays, I have escalated this to our Payments Team to find out what the issue might be.
13  Economy / Gambling / Re: Cloudbet | Bitcoin Casino & Sportsbook | The No.1 Bitcoin Gambling Site on: May 10, 2020, 04:18:17 PM
And ofc cloudbet takes the info from the website that says i lost my bet haha fucking scammers you better set the bets from this match  as a void cause clearly nobody knows the real score. One web says my player win and other web says my player lose

Hi Chronor,

Please send a PM with the details of your issue and I can look into it.
14  Economy / Gambling / Re: Cloudbet | Bitcoin Casino & Sportsbook | The No.1 Bitcoin Gambling Site on: May 10, 2020, 04:16:13 PM
3 hours and counting waiting for a withdrawal... and ofc in chat they dont give a fuck. Fucking shame. Will never use this book again

Sorry for the delay in responding Brandonlang,

If you are still waiting on a withdrawal pls send a PM with the details and I can chase it up.

The network is experiencing congestion in the run-up to the halving, unfortunately that has caused some withdrawal delays, and also increased network fees (which addresses your other point). Both should return to normal as the level of transactions eases off.
15  Economy / Gambling / Re: Cloudbet | Bitcoin Casino & Sportsbook | The No.1 Bitcoin Gambling Site on: May 10, 2020, 04:08:53 PM
CLOUDBET = SCAM

DO NOT PLAY HERE, THEY TAKE YOUR MONEY


Hi Drexlas,

If you have a specific issue please send a PM and I can look into it.
16  Economy / Gambling / Re: Cloudbet | Bitcoin Casino & Sportsbook | The No.1 Bitcoin Gambling Site on: May 05, 2020, 02:29:49 PM
What countries are blocked or restricted on cloudbet? I want to join but my country blocked this site so I can only use something like VPN or Tor Browser to access this site.

Perhaps my country (Indonesia) isn't blocked on this site.

Hi turkandjaydee,

@Ralle14 was correct in listing the four countries that we don't accept customers from - USA, UK, Hong Kong & Singapore.

You should be interested to know that the newly launched site is translated into Indonesian.

I hope that helps.
17  Economy / Gambling / Re: Cloudbet | Bitcoin Casino & Sportsbook | The No.1 Bitcoin Gambling Site on: April 30, 2020, 03:39:36 PM
@Cloudbet @leea-1334: I don't think I've seen any prediction market do this, I suppose the challenge is you have to find something that someone on the staff is good at but I think if you tried something different that everybody knows (even girls) like memes, you never know. Might take a while to pick up though.

Am pretty sure we have previously offered odds on the NBA Draft but didn't cover the recent current NFL Draft. Movie wise, all the studios are holding back releases until next year which will make things ultra-competitive. Judging by the popularity of 'Contagion' on Netflix we should expect a few pandemic/end of world type movies to be rushed out along with a load of feel good flicks to balance things out.
Oh definitely I'm expecting a ton of stupid movies about pandemic, some with superhero feels, some with good guy bad guys, and people getting depressed. I think it will all be overblown. What to do:)


Betting on memes would be tough, but you can always enjoy the winners from Cloudbet's own bitcoin meme contest  Wink

Agree with you about expecting stupid movies....'Covid on a Plane' starring Samuel L Jackson..."The Social Distancing Network".... Roll Eyes
18  Economy / Gambling / Re: Cloudbet | Bitcoin Casino & Sportsbook | The No.1 Bitcoin Gambling Site on: April 29, 2020, 03:16:43 PM
Ok so i bet on player and one livescore webpage says he won ( https://www.mismarcadores.com/partido/xY3RrBOm/#resumen-del-partido ) and other website says he lost.

And ofc cloudbet takes the info from the website that says i lost my bet haha fucking scammers you better set the bets from this match  as a void cause clearly nobody knows the real score. One web says my player win and other web says my player lose

Hi brandonlang,

I am sorry to hear about your issue. In order that I can follow up on this for you, please PM your account details.
19  Economy / Gambling / Re: Cloudbet | Bitcoin Casino & Sportsbook | The No.1 Bitcoin Gambling Site on: April 24, 2020, 02:37:41 PM
@Ronnie. I reckon easy to research current affairs betting for finance and politics will be the next big demand for sportsbooks. Everyone is watching the news and they might be thinking that they are becoming experts hehehehe.

The demand might also continue after the pandemic.

https://smarkets.com/current-affairs/covid-19

These markets are interesting but hard for fixed-odds books to trade. Elections are notorious in that regard because they cannot be modelled in the way the EPL can. With 1 traded on the Nitrogen Levels in London it doesn't look environmental markets are a big draw  Shocked

Certainly think everyone is a bit more tuned into risk in their daily lives now, even if it is just weighing up whether it is worth nipping to the shops for milk and biscuits!!



Are you open on offering betting on movie box office openings and rottentomatoes.com ratings, however? They might become more unpredictable after the coronavirus hehehe.

Also, something many bitcoin sportsbooks missed is the NFL draft.

Am pretty sure we have previously offered odds on the NBA Draft but didn't cover the recent current NFL Draft. Movie wise, all the studios are holding back releases until next year which will make things ultra-competitive. Judging by the popularity of 'Contagion' on Netflix we should expect a few pandemic/end of world type movies to be rushed out along with a load of feel good flicks to balance things out.
20  Economy / Gambling / Re: Cloudbet | Bitcoin Casino & Sportsbook | The No.1 Bitcoin Gambling Site on: April 24, 2020, 02:32:28 PM
Agree that anything that looks like a COVID deadpool, or trading on misery, is bad for reputation. Like the idea of meme betting though of course that is far too open to manipulation unless you have a bullet-proof approach in mind.

On your point about creating odds, it really depends if there is data on which to create even a loose market. We'll get picked off early on by those who really know the domain but soon enough, by the magical process of the wisdom of the crowd, the true odds will be found.

Yes,,, I know people like to bet on "bad things",,, for me politics or competitions are where we should draw the line but betting on how bad economies are or how soon lockdown will end feels like we are taking advantage of a bad situation.

I was thinking, big meme site like 9gag maybe and just select 10 or 20 memes, and the one that is most popular after 30 days from the date, maybe that? 9gag is too big to manipulate. Or use a Google search term popularity, probably even harder to manipulate.

Nice idea. Would be interesting to know if any of the prediction markets have tried this.
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