A platform that is designed to accommodate much more than just sports betting.
Our business model is made to easily scale onto a global level.
Anyone can build their own betting platform using our API.
Smart Contracts secure funds and add transparency to betting.
All bets involve no middlemen and are trustless interactions between private individuals.
Trusted Oracles validate match results and ensure fairness.
Designed to increase user retention through gamification.
A strong social element in betting increases user retention.
Special events and rewards keep users engaged.
The simplest account creation of any betting platform.
A user-friendly platform for everyone.
An interface that is intuitive even for the most casual bettors.
Targets the emerging market segment of casual bettors.
Deflationary ERC20 token.
Social betting is seen as more fair than conventional betting.
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Rated on 2018-03-30
I like the team and advisors. Blockchain competences are clear. But you need more people with ico experience. What i lack in the WP - financials and of course competitive analyses! There is SO big wave of similar projects now it should be a must
Rated on 2018-04-04
an interesting addition that differs from competitors - the ability to work on API for third-party applications.
Rated on 2018-04-04
Rated on 2018-03-31
Nice team .... nice vision ... Will suggest to reduce minimum investment .... best of luck team
Rated on 2018-04-11
Rated on 2018-04-01
KYC passed, good idea
Rated on 2018-04-27
Team: The Founders have no Gaming or betting algorithm experience. The vision is poor . The product if executed would solve the issues in the current betting platforms.
Rated on 2018-04-10
Rated on 2018-04-13
Good team can be more diverse, has many competitors but is different then the others. Wish you the best of luck.
Rated on 2018-04-27
The product is not new, however there is no good review of financial and legal parts of the project. It may potentially result in risks related to operation without gambling license.
Rated on 2018-04-16
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Rated on 2018-05-27
In my opinion I would like to see a bit more experience on the team, tough area to compete in, would like to see that true differentor. *Please see my profile for disclosures
Rated on 2018-06-01
It is an exciting project for me. Social and sports betting is the massive industry, in some countries (for example, Hong Kong) betting companies pay a very significant amount of taxes for government, even compatible with the banking sector. So, it is an enormous and growing market. WP is written good and clear in crucial moments. Can you please provide some answers to following questions: 1) Ethereum network have very limited transaction capacity now, how much bets can you operate a day without significant problems? You calculated it? 2) Your GitHub has the last update in mid of April, now is June one. Why did you finish to upgrade code for your project? 3) What is about licensing and legal framework for such type of business? Best regards, Vasily Sumanov
Rated on 2018-06-11
Good idea, but the team could use some more experts/advisors. I believe the product has merit and if executed properly, could be successful. All the best to the team.
Rated on 2018-06-05
I don't see any advisors who have track record in the industry that can make investors a peace of mind. This must be improved if you want to convince your investors. Betting is very competitive and also limited in some countries as financial systems don't allow clients to use their services for betting.
Rated on 2018-06-09
Decent team, I would love to see more experienced members joining the team in the future. The website or whitepaper can have some added info on strategies adopted, competition differentiators, etc.
Rated on 2018-06-13
There are several risk factors involved. Firstly, it is a plattform business and needs a lot of customers and interaction to become successful in the longrun. Second, they don't have an advisor that I can trust. Third, there might be regulatory issues on the horizon.
Rated on 2018-06-17
Dont see so much industry experience, strange to pick Hong Kong as a base given the betting regulation there. This is very competitive now with several companies ahead of the game and think looking at the roadmap these guys will have missed the boat
Rated on 2018-06-19
The concept is not bad, but the betting industry is very competitive and then you have the financial and legal areas, not to mention licences that this industry needs, it will be difficult to implement the whole idea. I'm also against betting, but thats another huge subject!
Rated on 2018-06-25
Very big industry, but also very competitive. Great idea now comes down to execution. This rating was based on the information available at the time of the evaluation. This is not a recommendation to invest in this or any other ICO. Please do your own research.
Rated on 2018-07-06
Gambling is the best market ever and it will be totally disrupted by the blockchain. I believe that Bethereum has got good chances to be successfull but the vision has to be better redefined to be more profitable. Product is really well developed and explained properly on the whitepaper
Rated on 2018-10-21
I'd like to rate this higher since I think betting is a natural fit for DLT. However I feel like the betting with blockchain space is an already pretty crowded one and I'm not seeing anything terrible innovative here so far. As such this project may live and die by how well it is marketed because that will drive adoption. I'm not seeing strong marketing experience in this field in the team. However they do seem to have a solid slate of developers with relevant experience behind them. On the technology front the Bethereum whitepaper glosses over what oracles do - I really would hope for something more like Wagerr or Augur do - where oracles for betting results are a well defined part of the respective systems. I would hope for more specificity on that from Bethereum by now. So far the gaming on Bethereum is all using simulated currency and a web UI. It's pretty rudimentary and no evidence it is backed by even a test-net BETHER. Hopefully I can revise that later. BETHER is listed on one exchange so far and seems to be trading (thinly) at 50% of the ICO price. With a market cap in the region of $1.1M compared to say Wagerr ($27M) and Augur ($140M) they could be undervalued and well placed for a nice bump if they can execute and start to attract users. As usual usability for average punters will be a problem and inhibit massive adoption that any successful global betting platform could hope to attract. Speaking of global - another thing missing from the white paper is discussion of legality. They do have legal representation on the team and as part of the budget but really how do they plan to avoid regulators from countries all over trying to shut them down? This kind of thing is definitely illegal in the US and yet there was not one warning when I used their website. Granted there is no actual money trading hands yet, they are only offering "prizes", but eventually this will be a big concern and I'd like to see it discussed openly.
Rated on 2018-10-21
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Idea inception Core team setup
Development start Token sale preparation
iOS app prototype Token sale
Bether on exchanges Team extension
Closed alpha Oracle / API feed Bethereum Wallet
Public beta Developer SDK start
Web / iOS soft launch eSports / High Roller Club Agency partnerships
Global launch: Web/iOS/Android Local / live betting Affiliate program
Developer SDK release Non-sport betting added First third-party games
Machine-learning service Large game portfolio
B2B / partner growth Bether as major standard Multichannel portal