At first glance CoinDrafts looks pretty cool. A place where you could bet on traditional and daily fantasy sports – who could argue with that?
But then you start using their site (not mobile responsive). You try to learn more about their company (there’s no about, contact, privacy or T&C pages). You read reviews (and find complaints).
Finally your excitement wanes and your guard goes up. CoinDrafts doesn’t look so cool anymore.
That’s how I felt, from start to finish, while checking out their site.
Read on to learn what I found – both the good and the bad.
To be fair, they do run freerolls and satellites into larger (fantasy) contests.
And they do have CoinDraft Points. These are given to you every time you play for real money. You can use CDPs to buy into (more) contests.
But that’s it. Every once in awhile they’ll offer something free, like a bet or bitcoin. But not very often.