Cloudbet introduced Dogecoin and Litecoin on its website after the two coins scored the most votes in a recent survey of nearly 10,000 customers about which new currencies they want on Cloudbet.
“People have spoken out,” said Cloudbet spokeswoman Camilla Wright. “We will only add those currencies that are used by our customers: this has been a central part of our integration philosophy since we opened up for business. New coins are coming soon.”
For the first time Players seeking the most exciting Dogecoin and Litecoin betting experience are eligible for a “very generous” welcome bonus of up to 10,000 Doge or 5 LTC.
Dogecoin was started purely as joke fodder, but its 13,000% growth this year has made both the cryptocurrency and the mass audience sit up and take notice. Its market capitalization of more than $75 billion is well above that of Ford Motor Co. and Twitter. This weekend, the self-proclaimed Dogefather, Tesla CEO Elon Musk, is pushing further into mainstream culture by hosting Saturday night live.
Litecoin, meanwhile, is up 150% this year. The coin, based on the Bitcoin protocol, was designed with the goal of reducing block confirmation time and fees than BTC.
The inclusion of Dogecoin and Litecoin in Cloudbet increases the number of cryptocurrencies supported by the Cloudbet to 12.
Cloudbet, which was born in 2013, has applied blockchain technology to provide players with privacy and financial freedom like never before.
In 2020, Cloudbet launched a revamped website, followed by a record six new cryptocurrencies, esports, political betting, virtual sports, social betting exchanges, and easy coin purchases with credit cards.
Since then, the site has accepted millions of bets, earning a reputation as the most reliable and secure name in the crypto-gaming field. The operator continues to innovate, attracting a more diverse audience to what was once a Bitcoin-only product.