Bitcoin Casinos and Sportsbooks

Updated: December 27, 2017

There are two types of Casinos and Sportsbooks that use bitcoin. The first are the older established sites that have added bitcoin as a way to deposit and withdraw. After deposit your bitcoin are converted to USD value and on withdraw via bitcoin converted back to bitcoin at the current price. Often times withdraw can take up to 24 hours and may not be possible on the weekend. The two main Casinos and Sportsbooks in this catagory are 5Dimes and BetCIRS.

5Dimes is known for the sports book and also has a casino. You can also place a wide range of live bets on sports. Min Deposit is 50$ worth of bitcoin at bitstamp rate.

BetCIRS is known for having high limits on sports betting. They offer a deposit bonus.

There are other good casinos and sportsbooks that accept bitcoin payment but these two are the best of the “older established sites”.

The second kind of casino and sportsbook uses pure bitcoin. This means all balances and bets take place in bitcoin. You do not bet 100$ you bet 0.25 BTC. This can be good or bad for you depending on what you want to do and if you are ok with the risk of the price of bitcoin going down while you wait for your bet to be graded. The advantage of these types of casinos is that the deposits and withdrawals are normaly very fast and 247 365.

Nitrogen Sports is known for sports betting as the name of the site says. They also have poker and blackjack, as well as a trollbox.

Direct Bet is also known for sports betting and also has a range of casino games. The cool thing about direct bet is you only send bitcoin per bet, there is no account needed.

Bitcasino offers a wide range of slots, video poker as well as live poker and a sports book

Bitcoin Rush formerly known as they offer roulette, video poker, blackjack, baccarat, hi-lo and the game called “bitcoinrush”. They also offer a sportsbook.

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