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Can I Open a Sportsbook Account Online Anonymously With Just an Email?

Written by:
Aaron Goldstein
Published on:
Jul/29/2019

JazzSports.ag is truly re-inventing itself.  The company, which has been in operation since 1995, now allows prospective customers to register and send funds to open an online sportsbook account by simply providing an email.


*Live streaming of games on-site
*Only an email need to open your anonymous betting account
*Payouts often in minutes
*$10 free cash signup bonus with a 1X rollover (bet) requirement
*20% cash signup bonus with just a 5X rollover (bet) requirement

*In business since 1996
PLACE YOUR BETS HERE

The catch is you have to provide a verifiable email address, not the fake one you use for online hookup sites.

This also needs to be done through bitcoin and other forms of cryptocurrency. Setting up a bitcoin account tied to your banking account and wallet is super easy and, once you do it, you'll want to keep funding using this method.

How to Fund Your Account Using Bitcoin and Other Cryptocurrencies

First, download any number of Bitcoin wallets on the market today.  Conduct a quick review via Google to determine which are best.

Next, use your credit card or debit card to buy Bitcoin.

You can also connect your bank account to an exchange and wallet to transfer funds and convert them into Bitcoin.

If you only want to purchase $100, this is indeed possible.  For example, on April 21, 2019, US$100 was equivalent to 0.019 Bitcoin.  This is how much you will purchase and use to fund your online gambling account.

The fact that the price of Bitcoin was now over $9500 at the time of this writing in late July 2019 has no impact on how much money you wish to send to an online sportsbook.  The amount of Bitcoin $100 is equivalent to is 0.01 at this time.

It is important to stress that you do not need to have thousands of dollars to fund your online casino or sportsbook using Bitcoin.  You can send as little as $50 using Bitcoin.

Want to link your Bitcoin wallet to a personal bank account?

Simply open an account at one of a handful of Bitcoin exchances like Gemini, Kraken or Coinbase.  Typically the verification process takes just minutes by allowing "access only" to your bank account.  Once verified you will connect your Bitcoin wallet to the exchange and move funds through that exchange and direct to your bank account.  Remember that a transfer between your wallet and Bitcoin exchange can take up to an hour.   This is several times faster than sending a bank wire, not to mention even safer.

Reps from JazzSports are available to walk you through the process.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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