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Bitcoin Bookie Connecticut

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Dec/24/2018

Bookmakers big and small throughout the great state of Connecticut can now offer Bitcoin as an option for payment.

Bitcoin Pay Per Head for Bookies, Agents

Bitcoin is a decentralized currency system that is easy to use.  Setting up is simple with an increasing number of exchanges that can be linked to one's own bank account.  Most importantly, transactions are anonymous.

Weekly transactions can be made instantly via Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.

PayPerHead.com is one of the most established Pay Per Head services on the planet, offering clients the chance to service their player base for as little as $3 per customer per week.

Get their Prime Package for a 3-week trial at just $3 Per Head with full access to pro bookie tools. With over $90 billion in bets on the line every year during the football season, we empower you to take control and get a bigger piece of that action.

And Now PayPerHead Waives Transaction Fees for Bitcoin, Etherium, Litecoin, and Ripple.

Below are the teams your Connecticut clientele will focus most on when placing a wager:

Patriots Pride

No team is fan favorite in more states than the Patriots. Five states--all in New England--have the Pats as their favorite team. Since 2017, however, the New York Giants have been the most popular team in Connecticut.

Baseball

The Red Sox still dominate in Connecticut accounting for 46% of all MLB tickets sold.  The New York Yankees account for 22%.  Bookies and agents in the Southwest corner of the state closest to New York City will see a noticably larger percentage of gamblers placing bets on the Yankees as opposed to the Red Sox assuming a typical successful season for both franchises.

NBA

The Knicks tend to attract the most bets here, however, the Celtics will also see significant wagering action.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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