The crypto casino and sportsbook company Cloudbet is already offering an Argentina-focused service in response to the country’s surging interest in bitcoin and crypto gaming. The platform has unveiled a specific site and blog to help Argentinians learn more about the benefits of betting with cryptocurrency, as well as the features that make Cloudbet a trusted group in the world of crypto gaming. Adding to that are Cloudbet’s 24/7 live chat customer support services in Spanish to better manage Argentine players’ inquiries.
The operator chose Argentina as the first South American territory in which to launch a local language service, based on its analysis of search interest in crypto gaming and bitcoin purchases in five countries on the LatAm continent. Curiosity in crypto gaming has increased along with surging cryptocurrency ownership, as Argentinians seek a hedge against the devaluation of the peso amid stringent government capital controls.
Founded in 2013, Cloudbet is one of the world’s longest established bitcoin betting operators, with a trusted legacy in safely storing player deposits and processing withdrawals seamlessly on an intuitive user interface. The site also accepts ethereum, bitcoin cash, and added three stable coins in recent months: USD Tether, USD Coin and Pax Gold.
A representative from the company commented: “Given the intense interest, we think that now is the perfect time to dedicate more resources to help Argentinians realize the benefits of betting with crypto. We intend to give Argentinian players more support and more bonuses to utilize on upcoming events within our casino. Crypto enables us to offer features that traditional operators can’t.”
The executive also remarked: “We’ve noted that stable coins are increasingly relevant in Argentina, where individuals are looking to protect the value of their assets from the peso’s devaluation. We will add more coins that are specifically appropriate for this market. In that sense, Argentine sports fans can be sure that best prices and odds will be offered on the competitions that they care the most about: the Champions League, the Copa Libertadores, and next year’s Copa America.”