Sustainability & Viability
A question that many of us will have is “How can this D9 program maintain such payouts and still be around a few years from now?”
The answer lies in “Arbitrage Betting,” or more precisely, “Arbitrage Trading.”
Arbitrage Trading is the only way to make constant profits from “Sports Betting.” You don’t even need to have an interest in sports or betting to take advantage of an Arbitrage Bet. Arbitrage is a trading technique that uses the difference in the price (odds) to make instant profit. It has been used for a very long time in financial markets, which can be difficult for non-professionals to access.
Unlike other MLM and Networking programs that rely solely on the recruitment of new members to pay the previous members (Read About Charles Ponzi Here), the D9 Club has a team of “Traders” including the Owner and CEO, that specialize in Arbitrage Sports Trading.
Let’s have a look at a Gold Plus package ($1996.00) that belongs to an Affiliate that does not participate in the Recruiting aspect of the D9 Compensation and Program.
The cost of the Gold Plus Package is $1996.00.
The Maximum Direct Referral Bonus paid out to the Affiliate that sold the package is $170.00 (50% of the 340 points).
The maximum payable in Binary Commissions would be $408.00 (40% of 340 points X 6 levels deep divided by 2 legs = $136.00 X 6 = $816.00 divided by 2 legs = $408.00).
The Indirect Referral Bonus paid out on six levels is $58.00.
This would leave a balance of $1360.00 for the D9 Traders to generate the $170.00 weekly required to pay the holder in due course of this Gold Plus Package for 52 weeks.
Arbitrage Sports Trading is a seven day per week platform. This would mean that the traders are required to generate $24.28 per day using the $1360.00 to sustain this 1 particular package. If we were to divide the amount required ($24.28) by the amount available ($1360.00), we would see that the Traders need to generate an ROI (Return on Investment) of only 1.8% per day.
1.8% per day ROI in the hands of a Competent Trader is very reasonable. Would you not agree?
The D9 program not only seems Viable, it also seems to be completely Sustainable.
Sports Arbitrage Trading Explained
Sports Arbitrage Trading (Betting) can be regarded as one of the hottest source of income on the Internet. Put simply, sports arbitrage betting is the action of betting on both sides of a game at different sports books to guarantee a profit no matter the outcome of the game.
Put more simply, by backing all competing sides of a sporting event at different bookmakers using the highest odds available, the team of specialised D9 Traders set up probability situations where each outcome will result in winnings greater than the total amounts wagered. This possibility arises from a difference in opinion about the fair odds of the event by bookmakers, and one bookmaker has given the favorite higher than usual odds, while the other bookmakers have given the underdog higher than usual odds. Individually neither bookmaker will make a loss, however if you take the combination of the two or more higher than usual odds, it may be possible to bet on all outcomes so that no matter who wins the sports event, D9 Club member winnings will cover all bets completely and return a profit.
Watch The Videos Below and Meet Tim Trader
Sports Arbitrage Guide 01 – Meet Tim Trader
You might have heard it be called surebetting, scalping, risk free betting, arbs, or maybe even something else entirely. But they are all the same thing and now you will have a little more clear idea of what sports arbitrage is and how profits can be made from it.
Sports Arbitrage Guide 02 – The Myths & Cons
Professional sports arbitrage trading can be a great way to make money but it’s not always as easy or as fun as some people will have you believe. You need to know exactly what you are getting yourself into before you jump in blindly. D9 Club members have this aspect covered for them through the team of highly specialized D9 Club Traders who will be doing the trading for them.
Sports Arbitrage Guide 03 – The Money
In part three of the sports arbitrage betting tips series, Tim Trader talks about the MONEY. He discusses how much money you will need, how much money you could make, tax information, and more. Basically you get all the answers to your questions about the “money side” of sports arbitrage, which is obviously a very important topic.
Sports Arbitrage Guide 04 – The Calculations
In this video you will learn about the calculations and formulas used by sports arbitrage traders and how to apply them:
- Calculate the implied probabilities of all possible market outcomes
- Calculate the sum of the probabilities of all market outcomes
- Divide the implied probability of each individual outcome by the sum of all probabilities
Note: Probabilities must be less than 100.
Sports Arbitrage Guide 05 – The Bookmakers
“love em or hate em…you gotta use em.” Yes, the Bookmakers. You’ll need at least 30, maybe even 100. Pinnacle Sports has emerged as one of the most popular online bookmakers providing savvy Arbitrageurs what they need. HERE IS A REVIEW.
Sports Arbitrage Guide 06 – The Bonuses
Online Bookmakers offer Free Bets and Bonuses for your business in the hopes that you will lose. In this video learn how to find an ‘even trade’ and walk away with their ‘Free Bets.’ ‘Bonuses’ and ‘Lost Leaders,’
Sports Arbitrage Guide 07 – Newbie Errors
The Seven Biggest Mistakes novice traders make and how to avoid them.
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Table & Links
- Blockchain Technology Review & Setup
- Bring on Bitcoin (Must Watch Video)
- How Blockchain Works
- Be Your Own Bank
- Account Set-Up
Blockchain Technology Review & Setup
Since it was founded in 2011, Blockchain, which is based in Britain (with offices in Luxembourg and New York), has gained respect in the industry for adhering to the virtual currency’s original philosophy of anonymity and decentralization.
Bitcoin has been slow to gain more widespread use in the mainstream. In developed countries, virtual money is still largely the plaything of technology enthusiasts and speculators, though some retailers and stores have trumpeted their acceptance of Bitcoin. In emerging markets, where some see enormous potential for Bitcoin, the infrastructure to process transactions simply does not exist.
For Bitcoin to become more widely adopted, supporters say, the virtual currency must find a unique application that will take it beyond the realm of speculation. And for that to happen, companies must first build a robust platform, which is what Blockchain says it is trying to do.
In this Bloomberg Interview (below), Blockchain president Peter Smith discusses the company’s business model and the security concerns surrounding Bitcoin with Trish Regan on “Street Smart.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Bring on Bitcoin: Digital Currency Vs Paper Money
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How Blockchain Works
Blockchain Technology is a PROTOCOL. Here is
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Be Your Own Bank
When a user sets up a Blockchain-Bitcoin Wallet, the User is not just setting up an ‘Account.’ The User is actually setting up His or Her own “Bank.”
Why is that?
Because, with a ‘Bitcoin Blockchain’ setup, the user can do only one of two things:
Either Receive or Send Bitcoin. As shown in the screenshot below, the Blockchain/Bitcoin Wallet serves Two Functions and two functions only: Send Bitcoin (In Red) and Receive Bitcoin (In Green).
- In order to ‘Receive’ Bitcoin into your Bank, you must send to the ‘Sender’ your ‘Receive Code’; and
- In order to ‘Send’ Bitcoin from your Bank, you must have the ‘Receive Code’ of the person that you are sending Bitcoin to.
The ‘Bitcoin Transaction’ is a purely ‘Peer to Peer’ (Bank to Bank) transaction that does not require any ‘Third Party’ intermediaries in order to complete. The cost of this type of transaction is ‘pennies’ as opposed to ‘dollars.’ More on this later.
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Your Account Set-Up
Setting up a Blockchain-Bitcoin Wallet is actually quite easy. But before doing so, there are some things to keep in mind. Most of us do not like to ‘Read the Fineprint‘ when we do or get involved in any opportunity. We are always so eager to get started that we pretend that we have read ‘The Terms & Conditions of Use of a Service or Product.’ Then, if ‘things go wrong,’ we tend to start pointing fingers. Outlined below are some ‘Highlights’ of the things that we all need to understand as we are getting started with Blockchain.
The complete Terms and Conditions of The Blockchain Environment are available here.
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Use Of Services (Blockchain)
By using the services of Blockchain, User accepts and acknowledges that there are risks associated with utilizing an Internet Based Bitcoin wallet service including, but not limited to:
- the risk of failure of hardware, software and Internet connections;
- the risk of malicious software introduction, and
- the risk that third parties may obtain unauthorized access to information stored within User Wallet, including, but not limited to User Wallet Address and Private Key.
- User accepts and acknowledges that Blockchain will not be responsible for any communication failures, disruptions, errors, distortions or delays that the User may experience when using the Services, however caused.
Blockchain will not be responsible or liable for any loss and take no responsibility for and will not be liable for any use of their Services, including but not limited to any losses, damages or claims arising from:
- (a) User error such as forgotten passwords, incorrectly constructed transactions, or mistyped Bitcoin addresses;
- (b) Server failure or data loss;
- (c) Corrupted Wallet files;
- (d) Unauthorized access to applications; and
- (e) Any unauthorized third party activities, including without limitation the use of viruses, phishing, bruteforcing or other means of attack against the Website or Services.
GO HERE to https://blockchain.info
And a page similar to the below will appear:
Click on “Wallet” (above red circle) and the below page will appear. Click on “create your Wallet.
And the following page will appear:
Before you do anything here, I want you to think about a few things. Blockchain is asking for your Email first (which has to be valid) and then to create and verify a password. Your Password has to be ‘Strong.’
To get an understanding of what I mean, a “Strong Password” is something like this:
Are you going to be able to remember this? Not likely. Is anyone else? Not likely. Write it down, Paste it onto a ‘word document,’ back it up onto a USB stick. Please.
When a User creates a Wallet, the User is strongly advised to take the following precautions, as failure to do so may result in loss of access to, and/or control over, User Wallet:
- (a) Create a strong password that User does not use for any other website or online service;
- (b) Provide accurate and truthful information;
- (c) Maintain and promptly update User Wallet information;
- (d) maintain the security of User Wallet by protecting User Wallet password and access to User computer and User Wallet;
- (e) Promptly notify Blockchain if User discovers or otherwise suspects any security breaches related to User Wallet; and
- (f) Use the backup functionality provided by the Wallet and safeguard User backup files as User would safeguard their own most important personal information.
When a User creates a Wallet, Blockchain will assign the User an identifier that the User must retain to access the User Wallet. User hereby accepts and acknowledges that the User takes responsibility for all activities that occur under the User Wallet and accepts all risks of any authorized or unauthorized access to User Wallet, to the maximum extent permitted by law.
If you are confortable with the creation of a ‘Strong Password’ and using a valid email, then let’s proceed.
Create Your Wallet.
1. Enter a valid email.
Creating a new e-mail (G-mail is very popular) solely for the use of Blockchain/Bitcoin is not a bad idea. This new email can then be tied into any other activities that involve Blockchain/Bitcoin ( D9-Club, QuadrigaCx, Xapo, etc…). Everything will be in one place and not intertwined with your Personal/Business emails.
2. Create a Password (see security precautions above).
Write it down in a book. Back it up on a USB. Do not lose or give this password to anyone. It is 1 of the 2 keys to the front door of YOUR BANK. The other is your BITCOIN WALLET ADDRESS which will be sent to you via an email that used to create the account.
BLOCKCHAIN WILL NOT SEND YOU THE PASSWORD THAT YOU CREATED BECAUSE THEY DO NOT KNOW WHAT IT IS. THEY WILL ONLY SEND YOU YOUR BLOCKCHAIN WALLET ADDRESS.
3. Confirm your password.
4. Check ‘I have read and agree to the Terms of Service.’
Before Hitting ‘Continue,’ Read the Below:
NO PASSWORD RETRIEVAL available from BLOCKCHAIN.
Blockchain does not receive or store User Wallet password, nor the unencrypted keys and addresses. Therefore, Blockchain cannot assist User with Wallet password retrieval. Blockchain Services provide User with tools to help remember or recover User password, including by allowing User to set password hints, but the Services cannot generate a new password for User Wallet.
User is solely responsible for remembering User Wallet password. If User has not safely stored a backup of any Wallet Addresses and Private Key pairs maintained in User Wallet, User accepts and acknowledges that any bitcoins you have associated with such Wallet Addresses will become inaccessible if User does not have their User Wallet password.
5. Click on ‘Continue’ and the following will appear:
6. Click on ‘Get Started’
and you should see the following:
You have successfully created your Own Bank.
Please familiarize yourself with your New Bank. Setting up your security centre is your next step.
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Bitcoin Is Not Mainstream…
Bitcoin is not mainstream, and it may never be. But I’ll tell you something…it would be ‘unwise’ to ignore it. Some $14.9 Billion worth of Bitcoins were in circulation in January, 2017, and blockchain, the technology underpinning Bitcoin, has attracted a lot of attention for its disruptive potential in banking, trading and even media. So how safe is ‘Bitcoin?’
Perhaps you’ve heard about the US dollars most recent strength as well as the torrid pace with which the stock market has set all-time records. But guess which type of asset performed best in 2016?
So How Safe is Bitcoin?
In the Video below, Andreas Antonopoulos talks about bitcoin immunity and related systems at DevCore Workshop in San Mateo, California 2015. THIS IS AN EXTRACT FROM ORIGINAL VIDEOCLIP THAT CAN BE FOUND HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rw8W9…
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Andreas Antonopoulos speaking about the Bitcoin phenomenon and the Blockchain technology from the perspective of Bitcoin mining. Speech recorder at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2014. THIS IS AN EXTRACT FROM ORIGINAL VIDEOCLIP THAT CAN BE FOUND HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lIgjo…
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In order to open an account with QuadrigaCX in Canada, you must be at least the Age of Majority. You cannot be a Resident or Citizen of The United States of America or any territory of The United States of America.
QuadrigaCX is a digital marketplace, which allows users to buy and sell Bitcoins on the open market. Users are able to place buy and sell orders in the QuadrigaCX marketplace, where they sell to other users who are also looking to buy or sell. QuadrigaCX has no control over the current price of Bitcoins traded in the marketplace.
The process is quite simple. To buy Bitcoins, you fund your QuadrigaCX account with Canadian Dollars using one of their many funding options, and then place a buy order on the open market. Your buy order will then be fulfilled as soon as a seller is willing to sell at the price at which you have agreed to buy. If you choose to buy Bitcoins using a market order, your order will be processed instantly at the current market rate.
The process of selling works the same. Users fund their QuadrigaCX account with Bitcoins through a blockchain (Blockchain.info is preferred) and then place a sell order on the open market. When a buyer is willing to pay the price at which you have agreed to sell, the order will be processed. You can then withdraw your CAD using one of their many withdrawal options.
Important Note: QuadrigaCX is not regulated by Financial Authorities.
As per FINTRAC, Canada’s financial authority, Bitcoins are not currency, and therefore are not treated in the same way as currencies belonging to a nation. Therefore, QuadrigaCX is not required to report Bitcoin transactions to the Canadian government. With that said, QuadrigaCX is a registered member of FINTRAC and does comply with all existing anti money laundering regulations.
To Learn more about QuadrigaCX before proceeding, please watch the video which explains some of the features that they have to offer.
Opening up your Qudriga account is actually not that difficult. Follow the steps below:
QuadrigaCX Account Set-Up Is Easy
But before doing so, it is important to understand some of the Terms & Conditions associated by doing so.
By opening an account, you understand that the term ‘Cryptocurrency’ may be used to describe any form of ‘Digital Currency,’ including but limited to Bitcoin and Litecoin. You understand and accept that the purchase and sale of Cryptocurrency involves risk. Due to the constant price fluctuations, you may increase or lose value in your assets at any time and you will not hold QuadrigaCX accountable for any gains or losses that you incur as a result.
QuadrigaCx does NOT provide, offer or exchange securities, investment contracts or any other form of financial instrument that may be considered by Law to be a ‘Security.’ QuadrigaCx offers a marketplace for the buying and selling of Cryptocurrency only. While they strive to ensure that the marketplace is both fair and free, they cannot be held accountable for any form of ‘market manipulation’ that may occur, whether it be within the QuadrigaCX marketplace, or in the Cryptocurrency marketplace as a whole.
QuadrigaCX is not a bank, and therefore is not protected by CDIC. Fundings whether they be in a National Currency or Digital Currency are not protected by any Government Insurance Policy. All account fundings are considered to be purchases of QuadrigaCx Bucks. These are units that are used for the purposes of purchasing Bitcoin or other Cryptocurrencies. QuadrigaCX Bucks are NOT Canadian Dollars. Any notation of $ CAD or other refers to an equivalent unit in QuadrigaCX Bucks, which exist for the sole purpose of buying and selling Bitcoin and other Cryptocurrencies.
It is the user’s ‘Sole Responsibility’ to secure his or her Quadriga CX account. If buying and selling Cryptocurrency is not legal in your country, do not use QuadrigaCX. Failure to comply with local laws may result in the loss of your account and any assets contained within.
Create your account
Click on the Banner below:
and the following page will appear (see below).
Click on ‘Register Now’ (See tab in picture circled in red) and the following will appear:
Fill Out the Form
- Choose your account type (Personal/Business)
- Enter a valid Email;
- Enter Your First Name;
- Enter your Last Name;
- Enter Your Date of Birth;
- Choose Your Country of Residence; and
- Click on Continue.
And the following page will appear:
Fill out this form too.
- Create a very strong password Using Letters, Numbers & Symbols. Write it Down!
- Confirm the Password that you have created.
- Create a 4-Digit Transaction PIN (Like a Bank PIN). Write it Down!
- Check the Box marked ‘I’m not a robot.’
- Check the Box ‘I agree to the Terms of Service….’
- Click on ‘Complete.’
And the following page will appear:
A Client ID will be generated for you. Write it Down with your Password and Transaction PIN and keep safe. An Email has also been sent with your Information.
Go and Check your e-mail from QuarigaCX and you will see:
Your Client ID is your Username and you will need it for ‘Logging In.’
And you will be taken to the Quadriga ‘Homepage’ below.
Click on the ‘Login’ button (see red circle above)
And the following will appear:
Enter your client Id and Password. Click on ‘Login.’
The following dashboard will appear:
Congratulations. You are ready to get started with QuadrigaCX.
Next Step is to Verify and Fund Your Account.
Click On The Image Below and You will be taken to The ‘Risking Time’ Website where some really good instructions are available.
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What is Coinbase?
Coinbase is a secure online platform for buying, selling, transferring, and storing digital currency. Their mission is to create an open financial system for the world and to be the leading global brand for helping people convert digital currency into and out of their local currency.
- Coinbase makes buying and selling digital currency easy.
- Sending or receiving digital currency between online wallets, friends, or merchants on Coinbase is free!*
- Coinbase handles security and backups so you don’t have to worry.
- Coinbase is a “one stop shop” – they offer a wallet, an exchange, and merchant tools within one simple interface.
Coinbase is a platform on which many applications are being built using our API.
How to set-up and fund your Coinbase Account
To set up your XAPO wallet…
begin by going to xapo.com and clicking on “Open a Xapo account”.
After entering your information, you will be directed to your Xapo Wallet. Go to the email address that you used to create your account. There will be an email asking you to verify your email address. On the email, click the red button that says “verify email address”, where you will be redirected to the Xapo homepage and can log in by clicking the “Login” button on the top right of the page.
You have now successfully created a Xapo Wallet. Keep in mind that your Wallet is supposed to hold the bitcoins you carry for everyday needs. To save bitcoin for long-term needs, I recommend setting up a Xapo Vault or using an offline Bitcoin Storage Device.
How do you use Xapo?
With Xapo, you can buy, transact, store, manage and spend your bitcoins.
The Xapo Wallet has no delays nor geographical limitations. The only fee is for receiving an external transaction less than this specific limit and the Xapo Wallet is also linked directly to the Xapo Debit Card – the world’s first bitcoin debit card! If the Xapo Debit Card is available in your country then you can spend your bitcoins at any online or offline establishment that accepts Visa.
Can you use the funds in your other wallets with your Xapo Debit Card?
The Xapo Debit Card is exclusively a bitcoin debit card. It is connected directly with your Xapo personal wallet, which is held in bitcoin.
To use the debit card at a store, online or to withdraw cash at an ATM, make sure that you have sufficient bitcoins in your Personal BTC Wallet. To do so, you can:
- Send bitcoins. If you hold your bitcoins outside of Xapo, you can find your public wallet address right inside your Xapo personal wallet to transfer more bitcoin.
- Add funds. Top up your account in your local currency by making money transfers or bank deposits – you will find options that are available for your country by clicking on “Add funds” after you login.
- Transfer funds to your Personal BTC Wallet. If you already hold funds in USD, EUR or other currencies inside your Xapo account, you can convert funds directly into bitcoin by transferring them to your Xapo personal wallet.
How can you order your Xapo Debit Card.
To order your Xapo Debit Card, go to your main wallet and click on “Get Yours” on the upper left-hand side. If you cannot see this icon in your main wallet, unfortunately, we cannot issue cards in your country.
Once you click on the button, you will be taken through a sequence of steps to complete your card order. Please note that you must have sufficient funds in bitcoin in your main wallet to complete your card order – remember to check the fee schedule.
How much does it cost to send or receive a transaction?
All incoming transactions from external bitcoin addresses to Xapo, including payouts from faucets (unless they directly pay out to Xapo), will be charged a network fee if the incoming transaction is too small. In order to send or receive such small transactions, this fee is necessary to cover the transaction cost of the bitcoin network.
Xapo will always update the fee as well as minimum amount to receive from an external account without being charged here.
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The company’s headquarters are located in Hammersmith in West London, England. Since 9 March 2011 Betfair has operated its betting exchange under a Gibraltar licence. It was listed on the London Stock Exchange until it merged with Paddy Power to form Paddy Power Betfair on 2 February 2016. –Source Wikipedia.
Betfair was founded in 2000 when professional gambler Andrew Black and City trader Edward Wray joined forces to pioneer the betting exchange. Betfair’s Exchange, which enables customers to bet against each other rather than a bookmaker, took the industry by storm and quickly assumed a market leading position in the UK and abroad.
Today, in addition to its betting exchange, Betfair runs a full suite of online Sports betting and Gaming products, including a Sportsbook which provides a more accessible product for recreational customers. Betfair’s innovative heritage remains and they continue to break new ground with recent product innovations including ‘Cash Out’, ‘Price Rush’ and ‘Acca Edge’.
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Paddy Power was born in 1988 when three Irish bookmakers decided to combine their 40 shops and take on the world! Since its foundation Paddy Power has always done things differently; delivering a fun, fair and entertaining betting experience that has transformed retail and online betting.
Paddy Power is an Irish institution, one of the most recognisable consumer brands, and well known for making the occasional bit of mischief; stunts such as Niklas Bendtner’s lucky pants, Ryder Cup sky-writing and ‘Roy the Redeemer’ statue at Dover have all hit the headlines.
Paddy Power Betfair plc is one of the leading sports betting and gaming groups in the world. The business was formed from the February 2016 merger of Paddy Power plc and Betfair Group plc and is now split into four divisions:
- Online, which boasts two of Europe’s leading online sports betting and gaming brands, Paddy Power and Betfair
- Australia, which, under the Sportsbet brand, is the market leader in the fast-growing Australian online betting market
- US, which combines TVG, the leading horse-racing TV and betting network in the USA, and two Betfair operations in New Jersey, an online casino and a racing exchange
- Retail, which operates 600 Paddy Power betting shops across the UK and Ireland, employing almost 5000 people.
Sportsbet was founded in 1993 and fully acquired by Paddy Power in 2010. Sportsbet is Australia’s largest online sports betting site and currently employs over 700 staff across three locations.
Sportsbet likes to bring fun to the lives of its customers and employees and takes a unique approach to stealing the limelight; from customizing national landmarks to hijacking major sporting events! For more information about Sportsbet, including our careers site,
TVG was founded in 1999 and acquired by the Betfair Group in 2009. TVG is the largest horse-racing TV and betting network in the USA, with its two channels (TVG and TVG2) reaching approximately 40 million homes and its Tote Wagering Service being the largest legal form of online betting in the US. TVG also operates 4NJBets on behalf of the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority.
TVG is part of a wider Paddy Power Betfair US division, which includes an online Betfair Casino in New Jersey. In May 2016 they launched Betfair’s first US horse-racing betting exchange product in New Jersey, bringing the Exchange wagering concept to the US for the first time.
TVG is based in Los Angeles, California and employs almost 250 people.
Paddypower wants all of their customers to enjoy their gambling responsibly over a long period of time, only using discretionary funds and not putting themselves in financial distress. All of their brands and products offer a variety of responsible gambling tools to help customers stay in control and they are dedicated to funding the education, research and treatment of problem gambling in every market they operate in.
Some of their responsible gambling tools and policies include:
- ‘Take a Break’ – pioneered by Sportsbet to encourage customers to take time out from gambling and reassess how much they are betting;
- Deposit and Loss Limits – to allow customers to control how much they can bet;
- Player Awareness Systems – which monitor customer betting patterns, identify when someone is developing a problem with their gambling, and prompt staff to intervene;
- Budget calculators, summary pages and self-assessment questionnaires – to encourage awareness of how much customers are betting;
- Public campaigns – such as the Senet Group’s ‘bad betty’ adverts during the European championships and gamble aware week; and,
- Research and treatment – They are one of the top donors to the UK Responsible Gambling Trust in addition to other responsible gambling charities and support groups.
Paddypower uses sophisticated account verification procedures to ensure all of their online customers are 18+ and operate a strict ‘Think 21’ policy in their shops enforced by independent secret shopper checks.
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