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Free Bets launch a truly decentralized betting aggregator

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With the ever-tightening rules around KYC (Know Your Customer), paired with a growing appetite for anonymity amongst global digital consumers, Free Bets ( UK) has identified a gap in the online gambling arena for a blockchain aggregator resource.

 After in-depth market research, the business has now ventured into the decentralized betting space, with its platform listing what they call ‘truly decentralized operators’ for British bettors to compare.

Free Bets believes that with new and inventive decentralized gambling sites launching so regularly, there is a lack of clarity or resources for consumers to both conduct research and locate suitable operators. From decentralized exchanges where users can be both the bookmaker and bettor, to zero gas fee operators and sites centered on e-sports markets, The UK has created a central hub for modern bettors seeking all varieties of disruptive betting brands.

Louise Nesbitt, Head of Research for the online betting portal, explains the rationale behind this business move:

“Online betting is one of the world’s fastest-growing industries and blockchain technology has revolutionized UK betting by restoring trust and transparency to its users. The blockchain gambling sites featured free bets. The UK is decentralized and not influenced by third parties, which is a big selling point for our betting community. Blockchain for sports betting has grown as a result of sites offering crypto-only deposits, with players able to top up their accounts with hundreds of different cryptocurrencies. Because all gambling blockchain transactions are encrypted, players can maintain their anonymity, and the extremely quick withdrawals have made blockchain technology very popular in sports betting.”

“The decentralized betting operators we are working with are an alternative to betting platforms that charge high fees, ban winners, delay withdrawals, freeze accounts, aren’t globally accessible, lack privacy, and d, don’t allow you to withdraw their bets in the middle of an event!”

Another driving force behind the launch of this new vertical for the brand was the spike in blockchain betting promotions, which they report to have “doubled in the last fiscal quarter.

“The rise of blockchain-based betting platforms and promotions is a clear indication that the UK online gambling industry is ready for disruption. With their cutting-edge technology and decentralized approach, these platforms are well-positioned to lead the way in this new space. We at are excited to be servicing the UK’s burgeoning community of blockchain bettors and work with these disruptive brands, highlighting the most beneficial promotions and player incentives” Nesbitt continues.

But, what does ‘truly’ decentralized betting mean?

Throughout its marketing, has pressed the UK the fact that the blockchain betting businesses featured in its network are ‘truly’ decentralized to the fact that there is no registration process whatsoever, making the betting sites “truly” decentralized and suited to bettors seeking complete anonymity.


Free Bets is UK based online brand dedicated to giving UK bettors a full view of their gambling options on one, easy-to-navigate platform. The Free Bets service is available on both desktop and mobile systems, as well as via the mobile application. The team behind the brand boasts combined industry experience of 80+ years, comprising tech, compliance, and gambling industry figureheads.

Disclaimer: This is a paid post and should not be treated as news/advice.


Jacob is a sponsored content writer at AMBcrypto whose interest lies in blockchain technology and its impact on the changing global economy.
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