What's the best Bitcoin Sportsbook?

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I'm curious to know if anyone has used any bitcoin sportsbooks and whether or not they'd recommend them.  Cheers.

 
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Hi Ponch,
Please see the separate thread in this section introducing Cloudbet bitcoin sportsbook and casino. We've been around since 2013, have some of the highest bitcoin limits and a great in-play offering. If you have specific questions I'd be happy to answer them.
 
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Cloudbet for me.. I have no problem in payout/cashout and its instant.. 

 
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Sportsbet.io is my favorite, followed by Nitrogen.

 
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Regarding Cloudbet. Very easy to deposit and difficult to withdraw with superhigh fees. Lines always move away from you like they see you're betting one thing, so they move it 5-10 cents against you. Customer service terrible.

 
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Quote Originally Posted by HotRod11:

Posted: Apr. 28, 2018 - 1:34 PM ET "Quote" Regarding Cloudbet. Very easy to deposit and difficult to withdraw with superhigh fees. Lines always move away from you like they see you're betting one thing, so they move it 5-10 cents against you. Customer service terrible.

 

Sorry to hear this HotRod11, if you can private message me your Cloudbet nickname/registered email, I would be happy to look into this issue for you.


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Cloudbet doesn't accept US players, which is a big percentage of the market. 
 
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Check out Bovada because it has quoted prices higher than average, low minimal betting and regular campaigns with awarding bonuses and free bets. Judging by feedbacks, it is considered as a trusted brand. Probably, Cloudbet is one of the best bitcoin sportsbooks with high bet limits and unlimited transfers providing a large range of casino and sports games. So I’d recommend both of them.

 
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Quote Originally Posted by Ponch:

I'm curious to know if anyone has used any bitcoin sportsbooks and whether or not they'd recommend them.  Cheers.

Fairlay has Pinnacle like odds, but you have to get used to the Exchange-like layout.

Bitcoin Rush has a better layout and also Pinnacle odds, but they are not accepting U.S. players at this time.
https://www.BitcoinRush.io/r?u=8904

 

 
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Forgot to include the link to Fairlay:
https://fairlay.com/account/signup/?referral=081bb5d5-9bb7-4ac7-8f81-9ac3bfd97612


 
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I don't know about bitcoin books but if you are into it, best way to capitalize is using cloudbet's 5 bitcoin bonus along with bettingresource's 3 compounding money management strategy. You can read the strategy here http://bettingresource.com/sports-betting-money-management.html

Cloud bets allows 100% deposit bonus for max of 5 deposits. Thats if you deposit 5 bitcoins, they give you 5 bitcoin as bonus. But the bonus gets released in increments based on the rollover. The rollover is pretty high and if you use the betting resource money management and combine it with their picks its great way to stockpile bitcoins.
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