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Americas Cardroom Especially Lucrative This Week for Crypto Supporters

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Sep/04/2018

• US-facing online poker site accepts over 60 cryptocurrencies
• Bigger Online Super Series running this week
• Two $1 Million GTD tourneys this Sunday, September 2nd

US-facing online poker site, Americas Cardroom continues to exceed expectations for cryptocurrency users and poker players of all stripes.

Americas Cardroom is one of a handful of sites on the Winning Poker Network — the only network to accept over 60 cryptocurrencies. The popular online cardroom began accepting Bitcoin three years ago, and late last year they expanded their payment options to include over 60 of the top cryptocurrencies.
This week’s top ones are Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ether, Bitcoin Cash, and Ether Classic.

The cryptocurrency support is especially good news this week as Americas Cardroom ramps up its final week of the 3-part $10 Million OSS Cub3d. The Bigger Online Super Series (BOSS) is running right now. This high roller series has $4.3 Million in guaranteed prize pools, including two $1,000,000 tourneys this Sunday, September 2nd.


Players who want to hit the tables with crypto can deposit using their favorite cryptocurrency, convert it to US dollars for play at the real money online poker tables, and then withdraw back to their cryptocurrency of choice when they win. What’s more, the same account balance can be used to play casino games or bet on sports.

Commented Michael Harris, spokesperson for Americas Cardroom, “A large chunk of our deposits are made in crypto and we’re seeing more and more players embrace it. We’re proud to support over 60 cryptocurrencies, a number that continues to grow as we make it easier for players to play and get paid.

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