Fun-Casino Enables Wagers via 11 Altcoins, Cozy Games Embraces Cryptos
Whoever thought the Bitcoin casino market is exclusive for bitcoins must be in sheer amusement now that numerous alternative cryptocurrencies are being accepted by various brands by the day.
CCPAYT supports 11 altcoins for Fun-Casino
Yes, altcoin users can use their other cryptos to play Bitcoin games, but the best part is they can skip trading and go right into betting via the latest Bitcoin service called CCPAYT.
Short for Crypto Coins Payment Terminal, CCPAYT is a new platform that caters for cryptocurrency enthusiasts and novice users worldwide. It is an online service that automatically converts various altcoins to Bitcoin without having to create an account and to trade the cryptocurrencies in a Bitcoin exchange.
The first online altcoins-to-BTC payment terminal closely works with two brand already immersed in the digital currency markets, and they are the Danish Bitcoin exchange CCEDK and the Bitcoin casino Fun-Casino. Given these, Bitcoin casino players and exchange clients can experience the convenience this new product has in store.
Programmed to support 11 altcoins—Litecoin (LTC), Peercoin (PPC), Nextcoin (NXT), Blackcoin (BC), Nubits (NBT), Darkcoin (NRK), Dogecoin (DOGE), Bitmark (BTM), BitsharesX (BTSX), Reddcoin (RDD) and Fimkrypto (FIMK)—CCPAYT already enables players from across the globe to wager on Bitcoin slots, roulette, blackjack and other games hosted on Fun-Casino using any of the listed cryptos.
Likewise, CCEDK clients may begin enjoying this new service starting next week while two more merchants have already been confirmed to integrate this service. One of which is News&Score, another Bitcoin-powered betting platform operated by SoftSwiss.
Cozy Games now accepts BTC, LTC, and DOGE
Another Bitcoin exchange is exerting an effort to improve the market.
GoCoin decided to work with Cozy Games, an iGaming operator, to integrate Bitcoin, Litecoin, and Dogecoin payments on its system.
Through this venture, Cozy Games becomes the first regulated iGaming operator to welcome customers from any part of the world who prefer to use cryptocurrencies instead the fiat ones like the USD and EUR among others.
Founded in 2005, Cozy Games operated over 90 various games that are familiar to the patrons of the online gaming industry.
As more efforts are made to incorporate several other cryptocoins in the gaming scene dominated by Bitcoin in iGaming, the gambling niche led by Bitcoin becomes filled with hope to blossom and become significant in the years to come.