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Bitnplay to Launch Bitcoin-Only Poker Platform in February

Bitnplay to Launch Bitcoin Only Poker Platform in February

As long as there has been cryptocurrency for sale online, there has been online cryptocurrency gambling sites. While most people prefer the action of a casino in general, cryptocurrency poker rooms has had some decent success in the past, with the biggest by far being SealsWithClubs.

Now there’s a new player in town, who will try and penetrate the market which currently already has around 10-12 other rooms accepting Bitcoins only. Bitnplay is the name of the site, who claims that they will be able to revolutionize online Bitcoin poker and create a new age of poker.

There’s no doubt that the site has some great ideas, such as the possibility to not hold your funds in the site, but instead make instant deposits to play a tournament and receive any winnings back instantly after, but in an industry where the amount of players are rather limited and the offerings for players are the exact opposite, they will need to do something else to boost traffic.

The platform itself is browser based and have a clean look to it. Not everyone likes playing in the browser, but at least it provides everyone with a chance to actually play here. There’s also the possibility to have 100% rakeback for life in the site, if you are one of the people who purchases one of the 200 tokens up for sale.

The tokens are part of a crowdsale and entitles you to 100% rakeback as long as you hold it. The tokens are 2 Bitcoins each and can be sold at any point to anyone interested in buying it. If you’re not looking to take advantage of such an offer, we can also tell you that from February 1st when they open, they will be hosting several freerolls where you can win Bitcocins.

News by Daniel Allermand
Daniel Allermand - Reporter

Daniel Allermand is a freelance writer, with more than 4 years of experience in the industry as an operator, affiliate and poker player. Daniel has decided it was time to try and bring more coverage about the industry to the general public by writing articles about everything from poker to casino.


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