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What is the Best Online Sportsbook to Deposit Using Bitcoin for Super Bowl 2018?

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Jan/22/2018

Bookmaker.eu, first established as a call center sportsbook in 1986, is one of the best online sportsbooks in which to deposit using Bitcoin or a similiar crytpocurrency when placing a bet on this year's Super Bowl.  In fact, they accept more than 60 of them, though Bitcoin still ranks among the most popular. 


Bookmaker accepts most crypto-currencies

Using a cryptocurrency such as Bitcoin to receive a deposit with an online sportsbook is quick and easy via Bitcoin.com, your own personal cryptocurrency wallet.  You would simply click on "RECEIVE" and submit the address stamp and/or barcode generated.  The online sportsbook then sends the cryptocurrency into that wallet, sometimes in a matter of hours. 

You will then want to convert this cryptocurrency into cash (USD, EUR and others).  This is done by linking the Bitcoin.com wallet to an exchange such as CoinBase.com.  The exchange can be linked directly to your personal bank account.

While CoinBase can be set up instantly by providing the proper identification, linking to one's bank acccount may take one or two business days as you will typically need to confirm two small microdeposits (i.e. 0.2 and 0.4 cents) the exchange has withdrawn from said bank account.  This is why it is important to open an account with a cryptocurrency exchange a few days prior to depositing with an online sportsbook.

There are still methods available for depositing even the day of the Super Bowl should you not be fully linked with your crypto accounts.  Bookmaker.eu welcomes credit card and direct cash methods in order to make immediate deposits.

Along with Bitcoin, the cryptocurrency list that BookMaker.eu now accepts includes Bitcoin Cash, Ether, Litecoin, Monero, Dash, FirstBlood, Aragon, Basic Attention Token, Bancor, Blackcoin, Bitchares, Civic, Clams, Decred, Digibyte, Dogecoin, Edgeless, EOS, Ether Classic, Factoids, FunFair, GameCredits, Gnosis, Golem, Matchpool, Komodo, LBRY Credits, Namecoin, NEM, Numeraire, Nxt, OmiseGo, Potcoin, Augur, Reddcoin, IExec, Salt, Saicoin, Status, Startcoin, SingularDTV, Swarm City, WeTrust, Vericoin, Vertcoin, Waves, Wings, Ripple, Zcash, 0x, Bitcoin Dark, DigixDao, district0x, Emercoin, Iconomi, lisk, Maidsafe, Omni, Nubits, Novacoin, Tenx, Peercoin, Qtum, StorjX, Steem, TokenCard, Tether, Voxels and Counter Party.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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