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Frequently Asked Questions about Goal3

1. What is Goal3?

Goal3 is a decentralized sportsbook platform built on the zkSync Era network that allows users to place bets on a variety of sports and events using cryptocurrency.

2. How does Goal3 work?

Goal3 uses smart contracts to facilitate bets and payouts, allowing users to place bets on a variety of sports and events using cryptocurrency. Bets are placed and settled on-chain, providing increased transparency and security.
Once the transaction is processed and the funds are received by the smart contract, the user is then issued NFTs representing their bets in their wallet, which they can sell to others, and the buyers can claim their share of the payouts.

3. What types of bets can I place on Goal3?

Goal3 offers a variety of sports and events to bet on with multiple playing modes options.

4. What cryptocurrencies does Goal3 support?

Goal3 currently supports zkUSD stablecoins, which can be swapped at Goal3 Portal from USDC and will continue to expand the list of supported stable tokens that are available on zkSync Era.

5. Are there any fees associated with using Goal3?

There will be no fees associated with using Goal3, except for gas fees on zkSync Era network.

6. Is my fund safe using Goal3?

Goal3 is built using smart contracts and blockchain technology, which helps to ensure the security and transparency of the platform. Your funds is completely safe and under your custody.

7. Is my personal information safe when using Goal3?

Goal3 do not require users to provide personal information, so users can remain anonymous. Users only need to connect their decentralized wallet to the platform, and all transactions are recorded on-chain.
The legal status of decentralized sportsbooks varies by jurisdiction. It's important to be aware of the laws and regulations in your own country regarding sports betting and cryptocurrency usage before using Goal3.

9. What stage of development is Goal3 in?

Goal3 Mainnet development plan is closely related to zkSync.
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