• Bitcoin Now Accepted at Bovada Casino

    12 April 2016

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    One of the main issues that players from the United States have with getting in on the action with an online casino is that making payments and receiving withdrawals can be difficult. Bovada Casino (read more) has built up a great reputation for having solutions for this problem in the form of a great support team who is there to help players go step-by-step in getting their deposits in and in the form of being very reliable when it comes to withdrawals.

    They've added another layer to that ease of use by recently adding bitcoin as a new payment option.

    Why Use Bitcoin?

    The bitcoin cryptocurrency is a good option for online casino players for a few different reasons. Primarily, there are generally lower fees associated with deposits that use this method, and players can use the same bitcoin wallet for both deposits and withdrawals. With that having been said, there is a bit of a learning curve when it comes to using this payment option, and that's why Bovada's support team has dedicated staff in place who will gladly walk you through how to make a deposit using this method.

    There are also security reasons for using bitcoin as it's anonymous and easier to use in many areas of the United States than a credit credit card or electronic wallet account once you're over the small learning curve. The speed of the transactions are virtually instantaneous as well, and this puts you in a position where you can get your money faster and get in on the action quicker when using this method.

    Bitcoin Casinos Increasing in Popularity

    At one point, the idea of a bitcoin casino (like these) seemed a bit of a stretch because the cryptocurrency was bouncing all over the place in value due to its volatility when it saw a surge of popularity. However, it eventually stabilized for the most part, and this made it much more viable of an option for holding an account balance. The point is that if the value of it was going to fluctuate a lot while it was just sitting in your account, that could amount to a larger gamble than actually playing the games themselves, and that's not really something that players want to endure.

    Pushing Forward at Bovada

    Bovada has been pushing forward quite a bit when it comes to giving US players options, and adding bitcoin to their list of deposit and withdrawal methods is just one step in that. They have a great game selection from multiple software providers, and their reputation for reliable cash outs is up there with the best for casinos available for US players.


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