BitStarz Bitcoin Online Casino Will Also Accept Euros

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Jul/12/2017

BitStarz is one of a number of online casinos that have emerged within the Bitcoin sector but, unlike most, have stepped away from the “Bitcoin Only” proclamation.

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BitStarz has decided to take a different approach, understanding that not everyone who plays online casino games uses Bitcoin.

They have opted to now begin accepting euros.

BitStarz uses a variety of software for its games, including Amatic Industries, AG Gaming, Belatra Games, Betsoft, BG, Endorphina, EGT, Evolution, Ezugi, GameART, Habanero Systems B.V., iSoftBet, NetEnt, NextGen Gaming, NYX Gaming, Pragmatic Play, SoftSwiss, and Thunderkick.

The company is licensed out of Curacao and restricts players from the United States, United Kingdom and Spain.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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