The Kingdom of the Netherlands consists of a Dutch European and a Dutch Caribbean part. Since 1993, Dutch European governments, corporate service providers, banks and fintechs facilitate the world’s oldest and largest offshore online gaming network through its former Dutch colonies in the Caribbean. The ‘Dutch offshore online gaming network‘ is promoted through the Dutch Double Tax Treaty network, harmfull (E-zone) taxpractices, anonymous shell company structures, government telecom infrastructure, lax gaming legislation and dito anti-money laundering laws, including a non supervision and a no law enforcement policy via Dutch Antilles governments, warranted by the Central Dutch Kingdom government in Den Hague.
The islands of Aruba, Curaçao and Saint Martin form extended financial and fiscal ‘gaming hubs’ of the financial center in Amsterdam in the Caribbean, strategically situated at ‘the front door’ of Latin America (located 40 miles above the coast of Venezuela and Colombia).
Although nowhere officially registrated, the Kingdom of the Netherlands is currently home to over 5000 offshore online gaming, crypto and sportsbetting B2C websites, plus many thousands of offshore gaming/gambling terminals in bars, coffeehouses, restaurants and landbased casino’s to the rest of the world. It also offers full-range fiscal and corporate B2B gaming services fromout of all countries of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, making ‘Dutch offshore online gaming network‘ the oldest and biggest in the world.
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