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…HELLO 2019! Tauri Tiitsaar


Head of Casino, Bitcasino.io


Ed Brennan President, CashBet


What was bad about 2018? Crypto prices across the board were disappointing, but people need to focus on the legendary VC Tim Draper’s forecast: Bitcoin at $250,000 by 2022. That’s a 3,000 per cent return from here. It may sound like a lot, but over the last two years Bitcoin has had a 4,000 per cent return. As we’re only at the beginning of the adoption cycle, there’s no reason why that can’t happen and I’m fully confident we’re only just getting started.


What was great about 2018? It’s safe to say 2018 was a memorable one for us. We put a lot of effort into improving our technology and product offering, helping us to reach and satisfy more players than ever. We really pushed ourselves in terms of goals this year, from using integrating betting bots on 200million user messenger service Telegram, to redeveloping our sites to ensure our load speeds are quicker than all of our rivals’. The whole Bitcasino team can be proud of their efforts.


What was your biggest challenge in 2018? The last 12 months have been really busy and there have been some tough days along the way as we implemented new solutions in order to make the new Bitcasino site faster and more engaging. However, seeing all the positive feedback from players has made it all worthwhile. Our defining moment this year has been utilising technology to enable us to design, develop and deliver requested features at an even faster rate than before.


What are you excited about for 2019? It’s important we continue to push ahead as we bid to make Bitcasino the best around. We are continually looking for ways to grow and improve and we will be reeling out a host of never-before-seen features following feedback and suggestions from players. It’s important that we put our players at the very centre of our universe and there will be lots of new advances for them to get excited about in 2019.


What are you excited about for 2019? Everything. 2019 is going to be a fantastic year for CashBet and the B2C crypto gambling industry in general. In terms of regulation, 2018 has only been the beginning – and once major bodies enact regulation during next year, we’re going to see its popularity with operators explode. Crypto offers too many benefits over fiat for it not to.


Any personal New Year resolutions you’re happy to share? Focus like a laser on winning. We are in an incredible position as a company to execute our product roadmap in 2019.


What was great about 2018? This year has been the first step towards crypto gaming licensing approval. We’ve seen big movements on the regulatory front – Malta’s rapid adoption of crypto-friendly legislation this year is likely to be an excellent catalyst towards mainstream crypto adoption in igaming.


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