With the advent of cryptocurrencies, betting with hard currency has become a thing of the past. Bitcoin especially makes it safer and convenient for gamblers and players of online poker as well. Online poker players just have to send bitcoins to the their favorite poker sites and then proceed to gambling.
Speaking of Bitcoin, what is it really?. Bitcoin is a form of digital currency, a cryptocurrency fully independent from central bank regulations, and whose transactional records are kept by a well tailored and secured computer solutions to mathematical problems. Of late, bitcoin has taken the internet world by storm and has become a hot cake for speculators, with many people sitting back to watch how the future of this somewhat magical currency will look like. In bitcoin trade, there are very many companies who have enrolled to offer such services to its clients, but the most notable ones include Bitcoin Private, EOS IO, among others.
A user registers with any Bitcoin platform after which they purchase completely virtual coins that have been designed to be valuable by themselves. These gold nuggets possess much value just like traditional central bank currencies and they can be used to buy goods and services over the internet. Other users prefer tucking their bitcoins away hoping that their value will increase with time.
Bitcoins trade involves transactions from one wallet to another. A wallet is a cloud or computer database for individual users that you can use to store and trade in bitcoins.
How To Play Online Poker Using Bitcoin
It really is easy to play online poker using Bitcoin. The first step requires that poker players confirm with their platform that if it accepts bitcoin funding. If they accept bitcoin funds, players then proceed to depositing funds from the bitcoin account wallet directly to the online poker site. Then the player proceeds to gambling. It really could not be any simpler than that.
Recent Bitcoin Poker Game Reports
1st April 2019 12:27
Report on the sit and go table for Ankara from Monday 1st April which saw hedi-la-poisse take the winning prize money of 750.00 rupees on this 10 table.
15th January 2019 08:23
Round up report for the sit and go 10 player challenge from Tuesday 15th January which saw gioxever win the prize money.
19th January 2019 04:37
Report on the sit and go table for Montreal from Saturday 19th January which saw Sadaf take the prize of 5,000.00 rupees on this 10 table.
5th March 2019 08:39
Poker report on the 10 player challenge between Bilal1980, dtrend$etta, chasetourney, xavduflore, pocketsadvik, darrenlilley, leedy-ludwig, kennyrodges, mr.dionisio, totallytori, from Tuesday