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?
     
  4. croydon

    croydon New Member

    I see that bitcoin is becoming more and more popular.
     
  5. SpotA

    SpotA New Member

    I wouldn't take any chances with the VPN, because many bookmakers check the IP address before sending you funds. For the UK, there are many guys with whom you can work honestly and withdraw money without problems. I remember how two years ago I was looking for reliable bookmakers for betting, and I am so glad that a friend suggested me an excellent Free Sportsbook Bet, thanks to which I did not need to change the VPN and I still use their services, because it is easy and simple. I think that with them you will be able to circumvent all these requirements
     
    Last edited: May 20, 2020 at 9:54 AM

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