Bitcoin Bettors Warned Not to Request Super Bowl Winning Withdrawals Just yet

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Feb/04/2018

Those looking to withdraw their Super Bowl winning bets via Bitcoin and othe cryptocurrencies Monday may want to hold off just a bit.


Bookmaker accepts most crypto-currencies

Heading into Sunday night, the price of Bitcoin and most other cryptocurrencies began falling once again following a nice rise on Saturday.

As of Sunday night, the price of Bitcoin Cash was down nearly 14% over a 24 hour period while Bitcoin Core was down 13%.  Ethererum was down 15%.

"These next 24 hours are not a good time to request a withdrawal for your Super Bowl betting wins via most cryptocurrencies," remarked Don Shapiro of Gambling911.com.

With the current trend, you could end up losing up to 12% off your withdrawal amount.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

 

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