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Online Bookmaker Takes Bets on Bitcoin Hitting $10K by Year’s End

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Nov/09/2017

Popular online gambling website BetOnline has posted odds on whether the crypto-currency Bitcoin manages to trade as high as $10,000 by year’s end.

Dave Mason, Head Oddsmaker at BetOnline tweeted out: 

Bitcoin hit all time high yesterday - almost hitting $8,000. Will it reach $10,000 in 2017? Yes +200 No -260

BetOnline is one of only a small number of Web gambling sites taking bets on Bitcoin trading.

The company also accepts Litecoin.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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