In November 2009, the site AcePerHead.com was registered with the domain name registrar GoDaddy.com and went live. Unlike other privately run sports betting sites that are limited by their need for legal licenses in individual jurisdictions, AcePerHead.com has always been completely decentralized and operated under a technology known as peer-to-peer networking (P2P) which made it capable of being used almost anywhere in the world.
What is the concept of AcePerHead.com?
AcePerHead.com is a betting exchange that facilitates several types of bets that can be placed and executed by anybody with an online internet connection who meets the minimum age requirement of 18 years. When I registered the domain name “AcePerHead.com” I had no idea what would develop from it, but how it all started was a site that allowed people to bet on sports events without placing any wagers through traditional bookmakers, like bet365 and Ladbrokes, who are in the business for making huge profits which is why there are so many red tape restrictions in place and high rules regarding the nature of sports betting.
How was AcePerHead.com developed?
The concept for AcePerHead.com comes from having to use the services of a bookmaker when I couldn’t get in touch with certain people that I needed to contact, and unfortunately, there are certain things you can’t do when using a bookmaker.
What is the function of a bookmaker?
A bookmaker is an operator that accepts bets on sporting events, usually over the Internet. A bookmaker will generally offer much lower odds than other types of betting shops. The reason for this is that a bookmaker does not want to be left with a large liability if you win your bet as they don’t just accept your bet, instead they offer an immediate price on the market and are obliged to pay out whether you win or lose unless you cancel your wager before it is settled.
AcePerHead.com was developed by me between the years of 2009 and 2010 when the site was hosted in Vienna, Austria under my name and positioned as a social betting network that could only be accessed with an invitation code, which remains one of several ways we have kept the website relevant but also ensured its privacy.