Bodog.eu Sports Betting Site Starts Accepting Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Payments
Bodog.eu, the Canadian gambling website, recently announced that they have started accepting Bitcoin Cash. If a user-owned Bitcoin and had balance in their personal e-wallet before the epic August 1 chain split, they now also have Bitcoin Cash.
When a user makes their first BCH deposit, they are given an option of claiming up to two bonuses. The first one is their Poker and Sports Bonus, which is an offer of 100% extra up to $500. While the second offer is their Casino Bonus which is a 150% Bonus and has a maximum cap of $1,500. Users have till October 9 to avail these bonuses.
The website provides a downloadable PDF document which gives the users a step-by-step guide to claiming BCH rewards. In case of any further queries, their Customer Service Team is available 24*7.
Founded in 1994, Bodog is considered an industry leader, providing Canadian players with a world-class sportsbook, a full Vegas-style casino, a thriving poker community and a fully-loaded racebook. Registered and licensed in the Caribbean Nation of Antigua, Bodog is regulated by the Antigua and Barbuda Financial Services Regulatory Commission, and its casino is 100% certified by iTech Labs.
Bodog offers sports betting, a racebook, online poker and casino games from the same website. If you’re from Canada, chances are great you’ve seen their many advertisements. Some of these include Canadian Football League (CFL) sponsorship and television ads for their poker room. They also have an exclusive Sportsnet branding deal with nationally syndicated radio and television show Prime Time Sports with Bob McCown.