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Bitcoin Sportsbook Adds Euro Wagering

Bitcoin-led sportsbook Sportsbet.io has announced that it will accept euros as a deposit and wagering method in addition to its current options in order to make betting on the site easier and more accessible. The company has taken this step to further its effort to offer fun, fast and fair gaming to all, with customers now able to deposit, play, win and withdraw in euros via their own bank.

Euros is the third payment method added to Sportsbet.io, following the recent addition of SOC coin, the cryptocurrency of the All Football app. Players can also deposit with their credit or debit card using BTCXE, Sportsbet.io’s new partner’s fiat-to-Bitcoin exchange service.

Joe McCallum, Director of sportsbook at Sportsbet.io, said: “We are constantly looking for ways to reward loyal players and bring in new ones – and this expansion ticks both boxes. By accepting euro we are able to cut down the process time between depositing, exchanging and placing a bet, meaning our offering is easier to access than ever before. We can now offer players a sports betting experience that goes toe-to-toe with the industry’s biggest names – with even more innovative new features to come.”

Earlier this month, the company launched ‘Your Road To Glory’, a Twitch-based football show bringing news and views from this summer’s World Cup in Russia. Viewed over 25,000 times so far, the two-hour show – which is beamed live from Sportsbet.io headquarters – features betting insight, commentary and exclusive offers.

Sportsbet.io covers all major sports and eSports, offering more than 350,000 pre-match events per year, as well as comprehensive in-play content. It also provides markets such as player prop bets for soccer, American football and basketball, and provides live streaming across all major sports. It offers withdrawal times of around 1.5 minutes.

Based near Windsor, England, Matthew Warner is an enthusiast for innovative, cutting edge technologies. He is a B.Eng. graduate in engineering with honors from the University of Warwick and also holds an PGCE in education degree. Matthew is a member of Mensa.
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