Bitcoin Sportsbook UK?

Discussion in 'Bitcoin Sports Betting' started by aidano, Mar 7, 2019.

  1. aidano

    aidano New Member

    any sites or anyone betting on BTC site with a VPN?
     
  2. Humble Servant

    Humble Servant Active Member Staff Member

    I think you should avoid using a VPN to wager at restricted bookies because they might still ask you to provide some ID when it comes to making a withdrawal. There was a recent case with CloudBet where a U.S. punter used a VPN and when it came time to withdraw his 330 BTC, they froze his account. Better to use a UK friendly cryptocurrency betting site. Even though both CloudBet, Nitrogen and Bovada no longer accept UK sports bettors, there are still a couple of options.

    BETCOIN SPORTSBOOK - BETCOIN.AG
    • BetCoin is a global cryptocurrency bookmaker that is happy to accept sports bettors from the United Kingdom, Australia, the United States of America or any other country with anti-gambling laws and regulations.
    • They were founded back in 2013, making them one of the earliest bitcoin gambling sites. They have a good track record for fairness and quality customer support.
    • They were primarily a casino that had a pretty low quality sportsbook but we are glad to report that in 2019 they completely redeveloped their sports betting section and it is a huge improvement. It is now able to compete with sites like Nitrogen Sports.
    • You can only deposit and withdraw with cryptocurrencies and they accept Bitcoin, Ethereum, Monero, Ripple and a bunch of others.
    • The sportsbook covers every major UK league and sport, including the English Premier League, League One, League Two, National League, FA CUP, Scottish Premiership and Championship, 6 Nations Rugby, darts, cricket, snooker, golf and more.
    • Their sportsbook will also work on any Apple iOS or Google Android phone or tablet.
    • If you need more information, read our review of the BetCoin bookie.
     
  3. Hernia

    Hernia Member

    Why does CloudBet and Nitrogen Sports block gamblers from England, Scotland and Wales?
     

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