Five years is an eternity in crypto. Since Cloudbet first launched, the landscape has changed countless times. One thing has been constant though, the community.
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Joined: Jan '14
Age: 39 (M)
I'm happy because you can bet on the sport at Cloubet and this betting agency resists on the market for 6 years. Tens of millions of bets is a pretty good result and that means he lives very well in this industry. Bitcoin does not matter too much about this situation as long as there is currency conversion. Important is to win.
Joined: Dec '15
Age: 21 (M)
Have here account but still didnt make any bet. Idk why. Maybe because I do not understand how bitcoin works, and because I do not know how to buy bitcoin in my country. Anyway site is good, and I recommend everyone to make account on this site. Gl
Never realized maximum bets here were between 50 and 100 bitcoins - one could only wonder if anybody maxed these out (apart from the World Cup bets mentioned above) when one bitcoin was close to 20k last year...
5 years for cryptocurrency is really a very long time ... if Bitcoin survived such ups and downs in one year, then 5 years is generally a long time for cryptocurrencies ... Probably it was one of the first casinos to accept cryptocurrencies .... it's nice that he still works
Joined: Mar '09
Age: 42 (F)
I knew there were btc casinos of course, but didnt know that there were ones with sports book also. Quite a few years in the market, and yet i hadnt heard of them at all. The impressive thing is that win with 160 BTC. Wonder when that players converted the btc to usd. No matter what it was a huge win for a slot.
Wonder how that player - with the slot win - have brought up the whole thing when he/she was doing taxes after that. You could say you exchanged btc's for money but what if they want to know how those btc's have gotten into your possesion especially if cloudbet does not have a local license there...
Joined: Mar '09
Age: 42 (F)
I guess it depends on your country of residence at the end. It is just another gambling site. And there are countries like ours, banning all the sites with no local vat number and registration. If they are legal, they are just taxing your winnings and thats all. If you are a regular high stakes player living out of the gamble, there is no point living in a country like this, from the moment you can support yourself, from the gambling itself.