$28,000 sale of Bitcoin.Casino domain proves BTC gambling is big business

Discussion in 'General Bitcoin Gambling Discussion' started by Humble Servant, Feb 28, 2017.

  1. Humble Servant

    Humble Servant Active Member Staff Member

    Despite bullish predictions from people like Calvin Ayre, many still believe that bitcoin and crypto-currencies are just fads or pyramid scheme scams. They think bitcoin bookmakers and casinos are merely exit scams that will eventually run off with their money. The recent sale of Bitcoin.Casino for almost $30,000 might persuade many that bitcoin gaming is indeed big business and bitcoin gambling is here to stay.

    The domain is currently just operating as an affiliate site with reviews of various BTC casinos. After making such a substantial investment that is likely to change and the new owners will probably use the domain to launch an online casino. Dot casino domains are relatively new and typically don't rank as well as .Net and .Com in Google and Bing search results so we'll just have a wait and see whether this $28k investment will pay off or not.
  2. 2damoon

    2damoon Member

    $28k is a lot for a domain but it's till pretty tiny compared to what you would pay for a .com gambling domain.
  3. Toast

    Toast Member

    It's surely only a matter of time before there is a .btc domain extension. Then everyone will be fighting over poker.btc and casino.btc.
  4. Wonka

    Wonka Member

    Yes, these domains will worth a formation but I think .crypto extension might be worth even more since they are less specific.
  5. Dara

    Dara Member

    .com domains will ALWAYS be worth more that these type of industry specific domain extensions. The only reason anyone buys them is because the .com is gone.
  6. EthHead

    EthHead Member

    $28k isn't that much when you consider that a single bitcoin is now worth over $11,000.
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  7. PokerGod

    PokerGod Member

    my guess is that a single bitcoin will be worth more than $28,000 this year so this seems like a solid investment to me.
    ScottPreot likes this.

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