#WisdomOfTheCrowd service scoops SBC award!

I’m happy to announce that the #WisdomOfTheCrowd service has scooped the ‘Best Tipster Newcomer’ award in the 2019 Secret Betting Club Tipster & Betting Awards. This award was voted for by SBC members.

The #WisdomOfTheCrowd is a fully automated, high-turnover betting solution with a long-term ROI of 5%+. The methodology to identify value bets is based on efficient market hypothesis and is explained in full here Wisdom Of The Crowd (by Joseph Buchdahl)

A bot will place all your bets. Instantly and with zero effort.

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SBC verified!

Feeling honoured that my #WisdomOfTheCrowd tipping service has been approved and independently verified by the Smart Betting Club in their latest magazine (issue 106) and received a 5 out of 5 stars rating for transparency!

From the review…

“Every now and then a service emerges that is completely different to anything that has come before. Whether that be mode of bet selection, method of bet placement, or the use of new technology, there is something that sets it apart from the crowd. This is certainly the case with Wisdom of Crowds (WoC), which approaches tipping and bet placement from a very different angle to most…”

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Automate The Boring Stuff

Smartbet.io offers a betting application that automates all aspects of betting, suitable for both tipsters and punters.

Specifically, the application will automatically retrieve bet details from almost any kind of source (including the most popular tipster platforms like blogabet, pyckio, betadvisor, etc), form the corresponding order, automatically place the bet at best market prices and it will track all bet details in real time.

Benefits for the user:

  • Automatically follow all your favorite tipsters with full customization regarding sports, stakes, etc.
  • Bets placed automatically – no need to wait endless hours for new picks
  • Bets placed in 1 sec after a pick is received – you get the best available odds
  • Detailed stats are kept automatically for all your bets – no need to keep records

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