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Bitcoin SV making waves

Tue, Jul 9, 5:47pm by Staff Writer

2019 has proven to be the best one yet for the leading crypto Casino and Sportsbook, Playbetr.

With the newest addition of Bitcoin SV as the payment method, BSV community will finally be able to revel in the top-tier casino games and sport events, Calvin Ayre reports.

Players will be able to purchase PBR tokens using BSV to play more than 1,000 all-inclusive casino games, and place their bets on 30,000 monthly sport events.

The business development team at Playbetr have underscored the importance of this saying the long-awaited Bitcoin SV is finally here to stay at Playbetr.

“The decision to add the asset to the casino’s payment portfolio stems from the agile market analysis and the detection of unattained players’ needs.

“We are thrilled to have expanded the span of cryptocurrency assets as we believe that there are ample BSV players on the hunt for the all-in-one crypto casino, and now Playbetr can finally meet their demands.

“With each business decision, we aim to make the platform more fitting to our players. Sports betting comes with the most competitive odds and casino section is packed with most sought-after games.”

Payment option is what distinguishes Playbetr from the rest. Supporting all major currencies such as BTC, LTC, BNB, ETH, PAX, DAI, ETC, XRP, DASH, TUSD, USDC, BCH, XMR, and now BSV, streamline the entrance channels for all gamers as they are incentivized to use their favourite coins for entertainment purposes.

Bitcoin SV (BSV) is Bitcoin meant for business, especially in the iGaming industry in which it found an ideal use case.

Listed among the top 10 most utilized crypto assets, Playbetr will now open its doors to players holding BSV to put their assets to good use.

Being highly scalable empowers BSV to suit the gaming demands of any Playbetr customer to enjoy high volume of transactions, instantaneous processing, minimal fees, and global accessibility.

New cryptocurrency gaming site launched

Playbetr, a cryptocurrency gaming and gambling website released a massive update in late June that comes with 400 casino games.

Inside Bitcoins is reporting that users will also receive ‘casino deposit bonuses’ for their cryptocurrency wallets, alongside 10 free spins and reload bonuses as well.

The project was built by some top “casino and sportsbook industry veterans” who worked with crypto enthusiasts.

Thanks to this effort, the platform is 100 per cent crypto powered and runs using the PBR Coin.

This is a stable coin as well, so it doesn’t suffer from volatility.

Users can play with ethereum, bitcoin, litecoin, monero, bitcoin cash and ripple, among others on the platform.

Playbetr also brings with it a rewards program to keep players engaged.

This consists of but isn’t limited to “loss-back for net losses, bet-back for every bet made and status points that will increase both bet-back and loss-back percentages based on the user’s play frequency.”

Finally, for those really looking to get involved, there is an affiliate program that offers some of the highest commission percentages out there.

The platform also puts in effort to support its most dedicated affiliates by helping them build banners for commissions.


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