reveal over 90% of customers use bitcoin

Discussion in 'General Bitcoin Gambling Discussion' started by Humble Servant, Nov 1, 2017.

  1. Humble Servant

    Humble Servant Active Member Staff Member

    Pretty much every offshore sportsbook has now embraced crypto currencies, including major brands like Bovada, BetOnine, Americas Cardroom and 5Dimes. What has remained a mystery until now was the popularity of bitcoin deposits and withdrawals compared with conventional methods like credit cards and bank transfers. In a recent statement revealed that "More than 90 percent of the website’s customers use Bitcoin to fund their accounts, and because of that processing has never been more fluid."

    Over 90% is a huge number when you consider that bitcoin gambling has only really gotten popular in the past 1 - 2 years. Bitcoin is easy to use when you get the hang of it but it does require a certain level of technical knowhow at the beginning so I'm really surprised that major online sportsbooks are already seeing the majority of their deposits and withdrawals being made with bitcoin.

    Last edited: Nov 1, 2017
  2. Kaboom

    Kaboom Member

    that's completely insane. my guess would have been closer to 20%. no wonder transaction fees have increased so much in the past year.
  3. Jake21

    Jake21 Member

    Wow, should I start promoting on my bitcoin news sites? Has anyone good experiences with their affiliate program?
  4. Humble Servant

    Humble Servant Active Member Staff Member

    We would not recommend that you promote on your BTC news site because you may find it difficult to make a withdrawal unless you can sign-up a large amount of gamblers due to their terms and conditions. Full details here.
  5. PokerGod

    PokerGod Member said that they expect 100% of withdrawals will be made using cryptocurrency by the end of 2018. that would be an insane achievement if they can manage it.
  6. Kaboom

    Kaboom Member

    Does anyone know if they achieved 100% of withdrawals with bitcoin by the end of 2018? It seems unlikely they did, if they got to 95% it would be pretty remarkable.

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