SatoshiBet Welcomes More Alternative Cryptocurrencies

SatoshiBet Accepts Altcoins

Bitcoin casino Satoshibet has started accepting more alternative cryptocurrencies, expanding its appeal to more online bettors besides Bitcoin casino enthusiasts.

Joining the popular virtual currency Bitcoin are the other cryptocurrencies that have already been making waves in the world of digital currencies. These include Dogecoin, Litecoin, Namecoin, Blackcoin, Peercoin, Primecoin, and Darkcoin.

Although two from this list—Dogecoin and Litecoin—were added to the recognized altcoins as payment options earlier this year, SatoshiBet seemed to have also acknowledged the growing impact of the other cryptocoins and their potential in boosting its overall market by welcoming them to its online casino.

Blackcoin, for instance, is a community coin that has only recently been generating attention not only among the digital currency communities, but also among other types of service providers online. In fact, the community behind this altcoin has and continues to show immense support, making it one of the digital currencies with a commendable set of supporters other than Bitcoin.

At press time, Blackcoin, Dogecoin, Litecoin, and Namecoin are the alternative cryptocurrencies that are mostly used by bettors on SatoshiBet. Moreover, the Shibu Inu-laden coin has already been used by bettors almost 1.5 million times to play on this gambling site, making Dogecoin the widely used payment option among the available altcoins.

However, some of these additions are slow in attracting their respective bettors. Primecoin, which has only been used 23 times to play the game, still fares better than Peercoin, which has not been completely utilized by online bettors.

Despite some of the altcoins’ gradual impact to the success of this Bitcoin casino, SatoshiBet is still poised to become one of the leading casinos on the web. This Bitcoin betting site features a handful of provably fair, HTML5 games like Bitcoin Roulette, Blackjack, Lucky 7, Casino War, Video Poker, Baccarat, and its new Bitcoin Dice game.