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Pay Per Head Tip: These 5 Points Will Help Switch Bettors To Bitcoin

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Jan/12/2018

If online bookie agents haven’t made the switch to either Bitcoin or Ethereum yet, they had better do it soon. What’s the rush?

The advantages to switching to a digital currency like Bitcoin or Ethereum are too great to pass up.

Due to the positives, it won’t take much time for digital currency per head agents to get their clients to switch as well.

Bitcoin Positives

Check out 5 positives about Bitcoin and Ethereum that agents can use to convince their clients to give digital currencies a shot.

Close to Instantaneous Deposits

Bitcoin provides close to instantaneous deposits. If agents have any players that worry about waiting for their deposits to show up in their accounts, they won’t have to worry with Bitcoin.

Close to Instantaneous Withdrawals

This is a key factor to help agents convince clients to give Bitcoin a shot. Instantaneous withdrawals mean that players won’t have to wait to get their money.

They can make a huge hit, and then because they’re using Bitcoin, can immediately withdraw the profits.

No Third-Party Fees

When players deposit with Visa or Mastercard, their credit card processing company, usually a bank, charges a fee. The reason is because most deposits into gambling accounts are considered cash deposits.

Credit card companies always charge the merchant a fee. But, they also charge the customer a fee for cash deposits.

Using Bitcoin or Ethereum means that players mustn’t pay these cash deposit fees. Why? There’s no middle man, no Visa or Mastercard.

Bitcoin Is Peer-to-Peer

All online bookie agents should consider this the most important aspect of utilizing digital currencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum. First, let’s define peer-to-peer.

Taken directly from Dictionary.com, peer-to-peer means:

“peer-to-peer

adjective

(of a computer network) designed so that computers can send information directly to one another without passing through a centralized server P2P

What this means is that there is no centralized server, like those housed at Visa or Mastercard, where information goes.

This means that information goes from pay per head agent to the player. Information then goes from the player to the agent.

Why is this important to understand? The less hands involved in transactions invariably leads to safety. The more hands involved in transactions, the less safe the transaction.

That’s what makes Bitcoin and all other digital currencies attractive. They’re much safer than transactions done in traditional currencies like U.S. dollars or Canadian dollars.

They’re safer because digital currency transactions are peer-to-peer.

Pay Per Head Advantage
Cryptocurrency makes an online bookies job run smoothly and their sportsbook profitable. PayPerHead.com helps their agents keep their money where it belongs - in their wallet. 

That’s why they waived transaction fees for cryptocurrency and are offering 5% back for a limited time on initial bitcoin deposits.

Switch your players to bitcoin and make more profit!

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