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    Default Gamblers wager billions on unregulated Bitcoin betting sites

    By most estimates, more than half of global Bitcoin transactions are wagers on gambling sites, according to PBS.org.

    As Buzzy likes to say, when it comes to online gambling, where there's a will, there's always a way.

    http://www.pbs.org/newshour/updates/...ulatory-radar/

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    And this is just the beginning. I couldn't express enough how revolutionary bitcoin is to online gambling.
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    What are your thoughts on being paid affiliate commissions via BitCoin?
    Is anyone doing this yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaVincisGold & 400Af View Post
    What are your thoughts on being paid affiliate commissions via BitCoin?
    Is anyone doing this yet?
    I'd rank being paid in bitcoin just below being paid into a player account in terms of how I prefer to be paid.

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    I had no idea how big the bitcoin gambling industry is. I've stayed away from promoting bitcoin casinos because bitcoin's volatility. Has anyone had success promoting a bitcoin casino affiliate program?
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    A few days after reading this post, I decided to start promoting Bitcoin casinos. I set up a Bitcoin online casinos section on my site and am slowly adding Bitcoin casino reviews onto it. I've had a few clicks and a couple of signups so far. No real money players, only 2 signups. It's a start I guess. It should be interesting anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetbet View Post
    I had no idea how big the bitcoin gambling industry is. I've stayed away from promoting bitcoin casinos because bitcoin's volatility. Has anyone had success promoting a bitcoin casino affiliate program?
    Yes, some months I have made more money promoting bitcoin sites than the normal fiat sites.

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    Wow, what do you know... Well, there are a few casinos I know of that offer deposits in bitcoins that are regulated. Like Vera&Johan for example.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetbet View Post
    A few days after reading this post, I decided to start promoting Bitcoin casinos. I set up a Bitcoin online casinos section on my site and am slowly adding Bitcoin casino reviews onto it. I've had a few clicks and a couple of signups so far. No real money players, only 2 signups. It's a start I guess. It should be interesting anyway.
    Very interesting, do their affiliate programs allow for you to be paid in BitCoin?
    Keep us posted! I'm interested to see what comes of this

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3jokers View Post
    Like Vera&Johan for example.
    Vera&Johan ? Know them well then?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayden @DaVincisGold View Post
    Very interesting, do their affiliate programs allow for you to be paid in BitCoin?
    Yes, and depending on the bitcoin wallet that I'm using, I can either withdraw the bitcoins into my bank or preferred ewallet account as cash, or use a Bitcoin buying/selling service to change the bitcoins to cash.
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