FatMan Battles for the Truth Against Rollbit’s ‘Bullsh*t’ Statements
- Rollbit took to Twitter to address their customer’s concerns about their Curacao license status.
- However, the crypto analyst stated that the Curacao license does not disable gambling licenses during the renewal.
Expressing his resentment, FatMan, a crypto analyst, blasted Rollbit, a self-claimed crypto casino, for their “bullsh*t” statements. Rollbit took to Twitter to address their customer’s concerns about their Curacao license status. However, FatMan valiantly approached Rollbit claiming their statements were false.
For the uninitiated, the Curacao license allows online gambling and gaming platforms to operate across the world. Furthermore, the Gaming Curacao is a regulatory body that licenses and regulates various online gambling operations.
Initially, Rollbit had pointed out that their license is currently in its annual renewal period, which is considered a standard procedure for Curacao-licensed. Rollbit, then, mentioned that they have faced concerns and scrutiny during the renewal period and reminded the community to “Do Your Own Research (DYOR).”
However, after consulting with a “casino owner friend,” FatMan stated that the Curacao license does not disable gambling licenses during renewal. Moreover, the crypto analyst claimed that Rollbit was lying and demanded to state the truth.
One user, identifying as “Frank” on Twitter, expressed that Curacao is a worthless piece of paper and is not approved by the government “directly.” Furthermore, FatMan reminded that although the user’s statement is true, the crypto analyst hated Rollbit’s continuous lying behavior towards their community.
Just like FatMan, the crypto community also believes that this statement is not true. Many users have expressed their disapproval of this highly ambiguous set of information. The community also mockingly compared Rollbit to bankrupt FTX, indicating that this project could crash soon.
Concurrently, the crypto community shared screenshots where the Curacao Gaming Control Board has stated in their meta description that the Curacao casino legislation does not recognize the renewal of casino licenses. Curacao Gaming Control Board also explained that “every 3 years” a new casino license application must be submitted and processed.