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    Default Cryptocurrency niche

    Hello, many people on the forum recommend to be as niche as possible. What do you think of a site that relies on a single cryptocurrency other than bitcoin? There are many partner sites with bitcoin casinos, the number of searches is also quite large.
    What do you think about basing the site on another crypto, e.g. Dash Gambling or something like that? From what I can see, the number of non-bitcoin gambling searches is very low.

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    Sounds like a plan, if you see not a lot of competition already and you think there would be traffic for the terms that would work.
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    Hey I had a look on kwfinder and I guess you are right. I like the idea. When your domain is like e.g. ethereumcasinos.io and the keyword is included in the domain you will rank better for the exact keyword. For that special example we would have a volume of around 900 per month. Getting on a good position right there would be a good monthly amount of visitors only from that keyword. Choose wisely and pick a keyword that has a "buy/deposit" intent.
    I hope it helped a bit but watch out crypto is a trend controlled niche (rn the trend is huge)

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    The idea is not new. Thats how all SEO is working right now. You research any kind of niches and try to get as much as possible low-mid competition keywords - rank them.
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    Yeap, I would agree with guys above. But still you should check SERP at first. Who is ranking? Check their content and backlinks. Try to do better and you will see the result.

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    Are any casinos offering payments in any other cryptocurrency apart from Bitcoin? - If so, might be a great idea! If not, I wouldn't bother

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    The only problem with these cryptos is they aren't that profitable. One of the sites we work with started accepting dozens of crypto-currencies. Sounds great on the surface.

    The problem is there is no volume.

    Low liquidity cryptos have tons of users. Lots of users who, in theory, have few ways to use/profit from their coins. One would think this would lead to many of them willing to deposit and gamble with them. In practice, these dozens of cryptos, when combined as one metric, at the vendor I speak of account for a low single digit percentage of all crypto deposits and withdrawals. Bitcoin is top dog and it isn't even close.

    So while it may be easy to rank for, you could also be creating a nice website that might only have the possibility of making a couple hundred dollars a month, at best. I suppose to some people that is worth it, but in our estimation, that wouldn't even cover the content creation, much less hosting, time spent on updating, SEO work etc. No room for profits IMHO.

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