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Crypto-based bookie Lucky Block offers World Cup betting. Source: Lucky Block

Punters are flocking to a brand-new cryptocurrency-based betting site called Lucky Block. Lucky Block, which alongside offering betting across all major sports and competitions also has a full-feature online Casino, was launched in late November.

Lucky Block charges no fees on deposits or withdrawals (although blockchain network fees apply) and already supports deposits and betting in nine cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin, ethereum, USDT, Litecoin and Dogecoin. For non-crypto native users, Lucky Block allows users to buy cryptocurrency using their credit or debit card on the platform, and plans to integrate Apple and Google Pay in the future. The minimum deposit amount is just $1.0.

With the World Cup in full swing, Lucky Block has a few incredible offers on for new customers. Users who deposit and wager any amount are eligible for the $10,000 LBLOCK (Lucky Block’s native token) airdrop, which is scheduled for December.

New Customers Get 15% Cashback

Lucky Block is also offering new customers 15% cashback on any net losses that they incur on the platform within the first seven days after signing up.

All users have to do is contact customer services on their eighth day following sign up and state which cryptocurrency they prefer to receive their cashback in for losses on the previous seven days. The first day of sign-up is considered as day 1. For example, should a user sign up on Monday, Sunday will count as the seventh day. So they will not be eligible for cashback on any losses incurred the following Monday.

If a new user’s account is not in a net loss after seven days, they will not be eligible for any cashback. Lucky Block outlines a scenario to make things clearer. “You deposit 50 euros and start playing. You win and get a balance of 120 euros, which you decide to withdraw. At this moment your net profit is 70 euros. Then you make a new deposit of 90 euros, whereupon you win 250 euros, but then you lose all your balance. That would make your total net deposit losses €20 (€70 – €90). In this case, you accumulate a cashback of 3 euros (15% of your 20 euros of net losses).”

Lucky Block Hoping to Become A Betting Industry Titan

According to Custom Market Insights, the industry was worth $58 billion in 2021 and is likely to triple in size to nearly $150 billion by 2030. As in so many other areas of finance and investing, crypto-based newcomers are looking to turn the industry on its head by bringing the transparency of blockchain technology to the betting world.

Unlike in the legacy online betting industry, Lucky Block are no limits to the amount that can be staked in bets and there are no limits on withdrawals. The platform has already garnered glowing reviews on the prominent crypto casino and bookie review websites, including cryptonews.com, insidebitcoins.com and business2community.com.

Meanwhile, and, again, unlike in the legacy industry, crypto-based gambling platforms offer near-immediate payouts – crypto wallets are credited as soon as the transaction is confirmed on the blockchain.

As more and more users become aware of the benefits of decentralized blockchain platforms over their traditional, highly centralized peers, crypto casinos and bookies are expected to explode in popularity. Lucky Block hopes that its new platform will help the company surpass crypto-betting industry leader Stake.com in value. Stake.com was recently estimated to be worth around $1 billion.

Investors can buy Lucky Block’s LBLOCK token on the following centralized exchanges: Gate.io, MEXC and LBank. Lucky Block is available in most countries aside from the US and UK.

Altcoins Offering Quicker Returns

Cryptocurrencies have been trading sideways for a few weeks now, leading some traders to start looking at alternatives with more potential in the short term. Listed below are some of the leading presales in the market, allowing investors to get in on the ground floor.

Dash 2 Trade (D2T)

Those interested in investing in a promising crypto trading platform start-up should look no further than Dash 2 Trade. The up-and-coming analytics and social trading platform hopes to take the crypto trading space by storm with its host of unique features.

These include trading signals, social sentiment and on-chain indicators, a pre-sale token scoring system, a token listing alert system and a strategy back-testing tool. Dash 2 Trade’s ecosystem will be powered by the D2T token, which users will need to buy and hold in order to access the platform’s features. 

Dash 2 Trade is currently conducting a token pre-sale at highly discounted rates. D2T token sales recently surpassed $9.18 million. The sale has now entered its fourth and final phase and sales are still going strong, with $400K coming in in the last 24 hours. 

The pre-sale dashboard is going to be released soon, with the development team currently running ahead of schedule. Tokens are currently selling for $0.0533 each, which observers are calling highly discounted.

Dash 2 Trade was recently listed as the third-best presale token of 2022 by CoinCodex.

IMPT

Amid the growth in popularity in recent years of environmentally and socially friendly investments, investors looking for a green cryptocurrency should consider the IMPT token. IMPT.io has partnered with thousands of the world’s largest retailers to help offset their carbon footprints and allows users to trade carbon credits on the blockchain.

IMPT tokens are currently in their second stage of the presale with IMPT having raised over $16.6 million. That amounts to $1 million in token sales in just the last 24 hours. Investors only have another two days to purchase tokens at the current discounted price of $0.023. IMPT token exchange listings begin in a few days. 

IMPT was recently listed as the best presale token of 2022 by CoinCodex.

Calvaria (RIA)

Major blockchain-based games like Axie Infinity lost significant traction in 2022. As a result, many investors interested in the crypto gaming space are looking for alternative avenues. Calvaria, an up-and-coming play-to-earn battle card crypto game, could be a good alternative. Calvaria seeks to boost crypto adoption by creating a bridge between the real world and crypto, a fun and accessible crypto game.

Investors should consider Calvaria’s RIA token pre-sale. Calvaria has now raised $2.36 million, with a crypto whale scooping up $97.5K in one purchase on Thursday. The presale is in the final stage, with only 24% of tokens left.

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