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BetVip Launches Bitcoin Poker Room

BetVip Launches Bitcoin Poker Room

BetVip, one of the first licensed Bitcoin sportsbooks, announced today that they have launched a brand new stand-alone poker room called BetVip Poker. The poker room will follow in the footsteps of the other products offered by them and be solely for Bitcoin and no other currencies.

The software has been provided by Enterra and allows players to play from both Mac and Windows computers, with downloadable software directly from their website. The software has been developed in regards to what players want and need and provides players with a new and modern poker experience.

The client features the regular Texas Hold'em and Omaha variants, but also includes several Stud variations and a wide variety of Chinese poker games to play as well. Furthermore it is possible for you to create a bankroll in there for free as BetVip has announced that they will be hosting  weekly freerolls with prizes varying from 100mBtc to 1BTC.

“The rapid growth of our business over the past year stems from the fact that users want a trusted, licensed bitcoin betting and gaming environment. The launch of BetVIP Poker enables players to enjoy an even wider selection of market-leading cryptocurrency wagering products on both Mac and Windows platforms,” said BetVIP founder and CEO Daniel Schwartzkopff.

“We have seen many users convert to BetVIP from fiat money currency platforms for the numerous benefits bitcoin offers. With low fees and strong identity protection, as well as rapid, simple and safe payments, bitcoin is the future of the igaming industry.” Schwartzkopff added.

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