Wavesbet Enters Into Partnership Deal With Web Security Icon John McAfee

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Aaron Goldstein
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This week, the cryptocurrency gaming website Wavesbet announced it had entered into a strategic partnership with British-American computer programmer and businessman John McAfee.

*Up to $2000 welcome bonus
*Many cryptocurrency options available

*Payouts in just a few hours with certain funding methods
*Highest betting limits on the Web
*Accessible from most US states (prohibited in NJ)
*Best in-play betting all NBA, NHL Playoffs games
*In business since 1986

“The Wavesbet team is excited to welcome McAfee on board as it is expected that the partnership will bring great advancements for the platform based on his vast experience in the blockchain industry.” the site wrote as part of a distributed press release.

Cryptocurrencies now account for up to 70% of funding at many of the top mainstay online sportsbooks and casinos catering to restrictive markets that include the United States.  A number of these betting companies now offer the option of setting up anonymous wagering accounts by only supplying a valid email or an email/text number/name combo.  

McAfee started one of the preeminent Web security firms, McAfee Associates, in 1987.  He has since immersed himself in the world of cryptocurrencies.

Wavesbet bills itself as “an online betting platform where the user, through the Waves Network, can use smart contracts to place their bets”.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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