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The latest and greatest news, articles and thoughts from the Sporttrade team.

Clarity on Sports Betting Exchanges in Ontario

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Clarity on Sports Betting Exchanges in Ontario

Under Ontario law, betting exchanges are legal forms of sports betting. Despite the regulation’s confusing language, Sporttrade and other startups that allow bettors to place sports wagers in a format that resembles financial markets are legal. They just can’t offer bets that are similar to speculative investments in the investing industry.  

In a sports betting exchange you will be able to buy an event contract for the Eagles to win the NFC East the same way retail investors speculate on stock prices and profit from prediction market outcomes.

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Winner Take All: Sports Betting Meets Event Markets

In a sports betting exchange you will be able to buy an event contract for the Eagles to win the NFC East the same way retail investors speculate on stock prices and profit from prediction market outcomes.

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Super Bowl LVI Bets: How Sporttrade Will Allow You To Profit Off Your Closing Line Value

In a sports betting exchange your Super Bowl positions can fluctuate in value even before a game begins, just like when you trade stocks or cryptos. Sporttrade will provide you the same opportunity to maximize your bankroll that you have in the investing and crypto spaces, even within its pre-game markets. 

The partnership will see Xpoint’s geolocation technology embedded within all Sporttrade digital platforms.

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Xpoint Announces Groundbreaking Geolocation Partnership With Sporttrade

Xpoint’s geolocation technology will be embedded within all Sporttrade digital platforms, ensuring all transactions made by Sporttrade customers adhere strictly to state and federal regulations.

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Get the Cash Out You Deserve from Your Sports Bets

In a liquid sports betting exchange with buyers and sellers transacting in real time, your cash out is always the best possible price. Why accept anything less? 

A conversation with Alex Kane, CEO of Sporttrade, and Ellen Hyslop from The GIST.

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Exchange the Game: Leveling the Playing Field with Ellen Hyslop

A conversation with Alex Kane, CEO of Sporttrade, and The GIST’s Ellen Hyslop. They discuss The GIST's recent success and all the ways to make sports betting a more approachable and communal space. 

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Exchange the Game: The Future of Markets with Walt Smith

Alex Kane, CEO & Founder of Sporttrade, chats with Nasdaq's SVP of North American Markets, Walt Smith. Alex and Walt discuss Nasdaq's impact on Sporttrade, why the sports betting industry is well-suited for disruption, and what the future of trading sports could look like.

Nasdaq backs Sporttrade. Featured on Reuters.

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Nasdaq wagers on sports betting trend, sees retail brokers joining

Sports betting will likely occur through exchanges and retail brokerages like Robinhood Markets Inc in the future, the head of North American markets at Nasdaq Inc said.

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