CloudBet now restricts players from the USA, UK, Hong Kong and Singapore

Discussion in 'Bitcoin Sports Betting' started by Humble Servant, Feb 6, 2019.

  1. Humble Servant

    Humble Servant Active Member Staff Member

    Most of us were attracted to bitcoin gambling sites at the beginning because they promised us a world where we could wager without borders. Cryptocurrency bookmakers didn't care about banking restrictions and government laws. You would simply sign-up anonymously from the United States or North Korea and starting betting on the NFL or English Premier League in minutes. Sadly that dreams appears to be dying. Back in March of 2018 we reported that United States bettors were no longer welcome at CloudBet. Now things have gotten even worst at one of our favorite crypto bookies because they have also banned sports bettors from the United Kingdom, Hong Kong and Singapore. Hopefully this list of restricted countries won't keep growing to the point where CloudBet become totally irrelevant.

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  2. 2damoon

    2damoon Member

    this really sucks and sadly it's not just crypto sportsbooks that are doing it. mbit casino and bitstarz casino have also blocked gamblers from the united states. pretty soon everyone will be back gambling at bovada and betonline again.
  3. Humble Servant

    Humble Servant Active Member Staff Member

    Yes, and it is important for sports bettors from the United Kingdom and the USA to stop gambling at CloudBet. Just last month a gambler in the United States continued to use CloudBet but ran into problems when he tried to withdraw this 330 bitcoin (over a million dollars) from his account. CloudBet naturally asked for some ID for such a large withdrawal so he panicked and got a friend in the Philippines to do the KYC for him. CloudBet froze his account with the 330 BTC but thankfully the issue was resolved when he admitted he was using their service illegally from the United State of America.
  4. 4TheWin

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