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Cloudbet’s Latest Update Set to Cater to Professional Sports Bettors

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One of the world’s oldest and most popular crypto sportsbooks – Cloudbet – recently unveiled a slew of new features aimed primarily at professional sports bettors, bookie partners, and affiliates.

A key new change, previously unheard of in the world of Bitcoin gambling, is offering all affiliates and customers unrestricted access to the site’s application programming interface (API). This will allow closer integration with Cloudbet’s sportsbook for partners, while professional sports bettors will have much quicker access to live changes in the market odds.

Another notable change is making the payment system more flexible by adding several fiat currencies to the already impressive list of supported altcoins. Players can now place bets with US/Canadian dollars and euros, as well as Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Dai, Link, Pax, Pax Gold, Tether, and USDC.

Other important updates include improvements to the bet slip, which allows more parlay flexibility, and “Money Talks,” a handy tool for showing discrepancies between market odds and actual bets placed on any given event. Finally, Cloudbet is making it easier to edit the “My Favorites” section, further improving the already well-designed user interface on the site.

“We had a busy year, and we continue to raise the bar for ourselves,” a spokesperson from Cloudbet said. “We’re constantly looking for ways to provide players with the best Bitcoin betting experience in the world.”

Thanks to excellent odds for its sportsbook and thousands of quality games on the casino’s platform, Cloudbet quickly rose to prominence among punters worldwide. The company was not happy to merely sit on its laurels, however.

Since opening up shop in 2013, it has constantly been improving its online platform with new and handy innovations, alternative payment methods, and more. The most extensive changes occurred in 2020, when the operator added six new cryptocurrencies and expanded its offer to cover virtual sports and esports, social media bet sharing, and an easy system for converting credit card funds into crypto coins.