The Supreme Court of the United States have ruled that sports betting is no longer illegal in the United States on a federal level. They decided that the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act or PASPA was unlawful because the federal government had no right to force states to ban online gambling. This will mean that we will likely see a number of US-based licensed and regulated sportsbooks launch in the coming months that will allow U.S. citizens place sports bets legally for the first time in many years. Cryptocurrency bookies like Nitrogen Sports and Bovada have benefited greatly over the past few years due to the draconian anti-gambling regulations so I'm wondering how this will affect those sites? Will bitcoin bookmakers lose many of their players and struggle to compete with legal U.S. sportsbooks?