Bookmaker.eu Sportsbook Now Offers 60+ Cryptocurrencies

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  1. waiguoren Black Belt

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    Online sportsbook BookMaker.eu (SBR rating A+) has informed SBR that they have updated their cashier to add 60+ ways for players to deposit and withdraw using digital cryptocurrencies.

    BookMaker has received positive feedback from players for their quick payment processing and large limits through bitcoin. Players can deposit a minimum of $10 using bitcoin and a maximum of $500,000 in a single transaction, and withdraw up to $100,000 a month using bitcoin, with larger limits reserved for high rollers based on eligibility.

    BookMaker shared in a public release that more than 90% of players use bitcoin to fund their accounts.

    The online sportsbook now accepts deposits and withdrawals through dozens of other cryptocurrencies, with a total of 70 digital coins listed in their online cashier. Players can request one free payment per day, five free payouts per week, and up to 25 free payouts for month.

    List of Digital Currenices Now Supported

    1. Bitcoin (already offered)
    2. Bitcoin Cash
    3. Ether
    4. Litecoin
    5. Monero
    6. Dash
    7. FirstBlood
    8. Aragon
    9. Basic Attention Token
    10. Bancor
    11. Blackcoin
    12. Bitchares
    13. Civic
    14. Clams
    15. Decred
    16. Digibyte
    17. Dogecoin
    18. Edgeless
    19. EOS
    20. Ether Classic
    21. Factoids
    22. FunFair
    23. GameCredits
    24. Gnosis
    25. Golem
    26. Matchpool
    27. Komodo
    28. LBRY Credits
    29. Namecoin
    30. NEM
    31. Numeraire
    32. Nxt
    33. OmiseGo
    34. Potcoin
    35. Augur
    36. Reddcoin
    37. IExec
    38. Salt
    39. Saicoin
    40. Status
    41. Startcoin
    42. SingularDTV
    43. Swarm City
    44. WeTrust
    45. Vericoin
    46. Vertcoin
    47. Waves
    48. Wings
    49. Ripple
    50. Zcash
    51. 0x
    52. Bitcoin Dark
    53. DigixDao
    54. district0x
    55. Emercoin
    56. Iconomi
    57. lisk
    58. Maidsafe
    59. Omni
    60. Nubits
    61. Novacoin
    62. Tenx
    63. Peercoin
    64. Qtum
    65. StorjX
    66. Steem
    67. TokenCard
    68. Tether
    69. Voxels
    70. Counter Party

    https://www.sportsbookreview.com/sp...-cryptocurrencies-deposits-withdrawals-81282/
     
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    I can see a lot more books adding bitcoin as a payment option next year, it ties in so well with their marketing push for attracting more young people to bet, and mma is one of the obvious choices as it's such a young demographic compared to some more traditional sports.
     
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    Not to mention, that it allows fast and secure transactions from countries with troubled monetary systems and lots of newly rich people. I spotted from my FB-feed some dude from St. Petersburg, who had made a killing selling Etherum and who made 100k bet on Mayweather fight night.
     
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