Pay Per Head Companies, Online Sportsbooks Pushing Bitcoin With Top Bonuses

Written by:
Aaron Goldstein
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Check out just about any online sportsbook catering to the North American gambler that operates overseas and you'll find that the bonus offers are more generous for funding with Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. This has been the trend for the past two years or longer.

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The rationale here is that Bitcoin is the easiest funding method once the processing platform is in place.  There are no significant fees, no chargebacks, a sharp reduction in the number of unscrupulous middlemen and, perhaps best of all, its all anonymous.

Now the Pay Per Head sites are starting to jump on the Bitcoin bandwagon.

If you as an agent or bookie choose to pay Ace in cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ether, or Stellar then you would be eligible to get a discounted price on the pay per head fees that you pay them. Ace’s standard cost is only $10 per active player per week and you only get charged if the player has a graded wager for that week. However if you pay the pay per head fees using crypto then the price is only $8 per active player a week, which is a 20% savings in price, and is definitely worth taking advantage of since you are already going to be doing payments thru crypto with your players.

For years, the Pay Per Head companies offered little if any options when it came to payout of players.  This meant that the bookie or agent had to still have cash on hand.  Utilization of Bitcoin eliminates that exposure. You will send and receive funds through a crypto wallet, all via anonymous transactions.

- Aaron Goldstein,

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