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Bet on stocks with Bitcoin at StockBet.com

Friday 23 May, 2014
Betting on stocks used to be a hassle or a privilege. It was a hassle and onerous to deposit and withdraw on gambling sites. It was a privilege reserved for people with thousands of pounds, euros or dollars, with access to brokerage accounts and willing to pay a trading fee per bet. The privileged could easily bet on stocks like Facebook and Twitter but many, especially people outside of Western countries, could not.

StockBet™ is liberating the stock market, by enabling people to bet on stocks and initial public offerings (IPOs) with as little as 0.001 Bitcoin.

StockBet ™ allows players to bet on stocks quickly and affordably and is bringing liberty to them. Betting on IPOs used be a privilege reserved for the few. Chance of getting IPO shares is slim to none, unless you're on the inside. Now, StockBet™ enables the small guys to bet on big name IPOs like Alibaba and GoPro.

StockBet’s Bullbear game allows players to debate, banter, compete with friends and share a laugh. Social competition elevates the excitement and fun of betting. Millions of bulls and bears debate and banter about stocks on message boards every day. They challenge each other to bets but lacked a forum to carry out these bets. StockBet™ provides one.

More and more companies are becoming global brands like Google, Apple and Microsoft. These names are recognizable by billions around the world. Many have bullish and bearish sentiments regarding these companies but have never been able to place a bet on their outcome. StockBet™ has changed that.

Stockbet™ is spreading freedom to the stock market world. Bypass the torturous and oppressive payment process, brokerage regimes and trading fees. Go ahead, pick a stock and place a bet. StockBet™ – making the stock market fun.

For more information about StockBet.com, to contact us or to bet on a stock, visit: http://StockBet.com .


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