Safebet.cc - legit casino?

Panasony

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Hi everyone!

A couple of months ago, I came across SafeBet an upcoming online casino claiming they will reward investors with reflections from their turnover.

In order to become an investor, you need to buy tokens on the Binance Smart Chain (crypto). So I did that with about USD $600.

Can anyone tell if this casino looks legit? They aim to go live in Q1 2022.

The developer told me they will have a Curacao license prior to launch. Webiste claims they are part of Maltese Dragonara Gaming Ltd., but Dragonara don't respond to my emails asking whether this is true.

*killed live link**
 
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DreamRJ

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Hi everyone!

A couple of months ago, I came across safebet.cc, an upcoming online casino claiming they will reward investors with reflections from their turnover.

In order to become an investor, you need to buy tokens on the Binance Smart Chain (crypto). So I did that with about USD $600.

Can anyone tell if this casino looks legit? They aim to go live in Q1 2022.

The developer told me they will have a Curacao license prior to launch. Webiste claims they are part of Maltese Dragonara Gaming Ltd., but Dragonara don't respond to my emails asking whether this is true.

I mean come on! Any casino that is looking for investers before launch and also going to have a Curacao License is clearly a casino that should not be trusted and should be avoided.

I am also dumbfounded as to why anyone would even choose to invest in such new casinos if they are going to operate with the worst license you can get your hands on. Pretty much anyone can easily obtain a Curacao License they are the easiest and cheapest and that is why so many rogue casinos choose them. Because they are all unregulated casinos that operate with those licenses.

I really suggest that if it is at all possible that you sell your investment shares and try get your money back from them ASAP. If that fails, Then I do not know how you will be able to get your money back. I mean crypto is pretty much one of those currencies that offer no protection and just has huge risks involved.
 

JohnSnow

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Hi everyone!

A couple of months ago, I came across SafeBet.cc, an upcoming online casino claiming they will reward investors with reflections from their turnover.

In order to become an investor, you need to buy tokens on the Binance Smart Chain (crypto). So I did that with about USD $600.

Can anyone tell if this casino looks legit? They aim to go live in Q1 2022.

The developer told me they will have a Curacao license prior to launch. Webiste claims they are part of Maltese Dragonara Gaming Ltd., but Dragonara don't respond to my emails asking whether this is true.
It's 100% a scam. You yourself can create a token on the binane chain in 5 minutes. 99.9% of all those tokens are scams like safemook and has NOTHING to do with binance. A casino looking for investors in the crypto space is a scam period. You could just as wel get 100x on those investmemt or lose it all. Depends on how good the scam is but it's based on a crypto website I can tell you that it is a scam. Take a look at chilliz if you want a legit token.

Regulations in this case has nothing to do with good or bad. A casino asking for funding in the crypto space is just a scam. The curacao part doesn't doesn't even matter.
 
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Hi everyone!

A couple of months ago, I came across SafeBet an upcoming online casino claiming they will reward investors with reflections from their turnover.

In order to become an investor, you need to buy tokens on the Binance Smart Chain (crypto). So I did that with about USD $600.

Can anyone tell if this casino looks legit? They aim to go live in Q1 2022.

The developer told me they will have a Curacao license prior to launch. Webiste claims they are part of Maltese Dragonara Gaming Ltd., but Dragonara don't respond to my emails asking whether this is true.

*killed live link**
Dragonara casino used to hold a legit UK license but folded - at the time they were decent, paid the players and affiliates. This doesn't mean their old name hasn't been used to legitimize a new scam so beware!
 

Panasony

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You are right -- Dragonara confirmed now they have nothing to do with this site, and they will take "the necessary action to preserve our good name and reputation".

AVOID!
 
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