now accepting euros as payment method

Leading sportsbook first to have fiat currency betting option, the leading Bitcoin-led sportsbook, has announced that it will accept euros as a deposit and wagering method – making betting on the site easier and more accessible than ever.

Joe McCallum, Director of sportsbook at, said: “We are constantly looking for ways to reward loyal players and bring in new ones – and this expansion ticks both boxes.

“By accepting euros we are able to cut down the process time between depositing, exchanging and placing a bet, meaning our offering is easier to access than ever before.

“We can now offer players a sports betting experience that goes toe-to-toe with the industry’s biggest names – with even more innovative new features to come.”

Euro deposits will expand’s user experience to an even larger audience, who can all now access its wide range of markets, price boosts and specials – not to mention a World Cup Centre packed full of unbeatable offers.

This marks the third payment method added to, after the recent addition of SOC coin, the cryptocurrency of the All Football app. Players can also deposit with their credit or debit card using BTCXE,’s new partner’s fiat-to-Bitcoin exchange service.

Just two years on from launch, this growing range of payment options is helping to position the operator as the sports betting venue of choice for players around the world.

Earlier this month, it launched ‘Your Road To Glory’, a ground-breaking Twitch-based football show bringing news and views from this summer’s World Cup in Russia. Already viewed over 25,000 times, the two-hour show which is beamed live from headquarters features betting insight, commentary and exclusive offers. continues to push boundaries and will likely continue beyond the World Cup, with a an extensive range of exciting new features set to launch.

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