It’s been quite some time now since the originators of the World Wide Web have voiced their concerns about the direction the so-called Information Super-Highway has taken, especially when considering their original vision for it. Sure, as much as a wealth of information is abundantly available, the consumer still needs to develop a set of skills which they can use to discern the information so that they can gain some tangible value out of it.
Casting our eyes into the inner-workings of an online betting platform, Mybet Online Casino, there is perhaps no better example to use in demonstrating what it takes to put the available information online to good use. Merely analysing the funding and withdrawal methods available to players on this platform reveals a lot more about the overall experience they’ll get, over and above what they can learn about it at face-value. I suppose it’s true for pretty much every other online betting platform, but this particular example is used because of the pedigree it continues to command, despite the recent ownership change.
The combination of funding and withdrawal methods accounts for just one parameter one can use to extract extra, valuable information, but a very important one to focus on because at the end of the day any interaction one has with an online betting platform has money at the core of its importance.
Why Mybet Online Casino is no longer supported by PayPal
By the time you read this post the tide might very well have changed, again, but this only serves to highlight the source of the “problem.” The problem lies not with Mybet or indeed with pretty much every other legit online casino, but rather with PayPal’s dynamic view on servicing certain industries. One could say they’re dynamically taking a moral high-ground, but in reality it has more to do with limits placed on the payment processor itself, since PayPal is not a standardised financial institution in the true sense of what a financial institution is. It’s merely a payment processor.
PayPal’s support is limited when you consider its worldwide coverage in any case…
The implications of Skrill and Neteller as Mybet Online Casino funding and withdrawal options
Ask anybody who engages in e-commerce or online trade, about more-than-suitable alternatives to PayPal, and they’ll gladly mention Skrill and/or Neteller. With more coverage and support across the globe, one would be forgiven for wondering what the fuss about PayPal is in the first place, especially if you take into account fees, turnaround times, and other features.
The availability of these funding and withdrawal options simply means that more players from more locations all over the world can participate, which means greater liquidity on platforms such as Mybet, which of course means greater chances of winning bigger jackpots…
Mybet Online Casino and the good-old bank wire transfer
An underlying lesson in global economics can be learned through making the link between cross-border bank wire transfers as this simply means that the supported country has some trusted business facilitation channels established with an economic powerhouse such as Germany, where Mybet Online Casino is located.