Bitcoin Poker Room BillPoker Open for Buyers, Priced at $6,000


Operators of BillPoker are looking for new owners to manage the Bitcoin-powered online poker room in exchange for $4990 and &990 fees for the license and brand.


Interested buyers of an online poker room platform should set their eyes on the Bitcoin poker brand that was recently put up for sale in the market.

BillPoker, which was launched in March this year, is currently looking for a new set of operators who are willing to pay a price of roughly $6,000 in total.

This price point equips successful buyers with a lifetime license for the server, the downloadable poker client, and the robot server, as well as the rightful ownership of the brand, the website, and its designs.

To be specific, the unlimited license costs $4,990 and the BillPoker website is priced at $990. There are no updates on whether buyers can pay using Bitcoin.

Billpoker gamesPurchasers should take note, however, that the license is covered by an agreement with the developer company that warrants the latter with a 33% revenue share.

This serves as the fee to the developer company to run the servers, to ensure that they are fully protected, and to provide further developments in the long run.

In addition, the WordPress-based webpage, along with the SEO and domains, will be included in the package, together with other components like the poker web admin, the affiliate support, and the official BillPoker Facebook account.

BillPoker, which strictly accepts Bitcoin since its launch but may soon support real-money gambling, can be accessed by online poker aficionados from any part of the world, including the US. It offers a variation of poker games, such as No limit and Fix limit Texas Hold’em, Hi and Hi-Low Omaha, and 7 and Hi/Low Stud poker.

Aside from its poker types, this Bitcoin gambling site features cash games, scheduled and freeroll tourneys, and an array of Sit & Gos—regular (6-10 players), Fifty50, Heads up, and Super Turbo among others.

BillPoker is not the first Bitcoin gambling platform to be sold. Several Bitcoin casino brands and sites have also been auctioned or sold before due to several reasons, which largely revolved around time, management, and financial matters.

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