Are There Any Pay Per Head Sportsbooks that Accepts Bitcoin?

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Jan/26/2017

Bitcoin is rapidly becoming the online currency of choice when it comes to money transfer transactions in the Internet sports betting industry. It is easy to set up your own Bitcoin account and this is one of the safest and secure ways to move money online today. If you are an independent sports bookmaker looking for a Pay Per Head site that accepts Bitcoin for your weekly price per head bookie software service fees, then do yourself a favor and give Premier Per Head a call at 800.498.4709.

1-The No. 1 Sportsbook Management Solutions Provider

Premier Per Head has been helping private bookie like you successfully run and manage your own sportsbook, racebook and online white label casino for the past 16 years with our state-of-the-art sportsbook software solutions. We have made the necessary investments in both time and money to develop a turn-key online bookie software package that is second to none in the PPH service industry today. Not only is our bookie software easy to navigate and fully customizable to meet your specific business needs, it has been built with dozens of security measures that ensure that every online gambling transaction is completed in a safe and secure manner.

2-One Low Cost with No Hidden Fees or Added Costs

When you sign on with Premier Per Head as your online bookie software provider you can rest assured that everything you need is included in one, low weekly per head fee that is only charged for your active betting customers. This is an excellent way to control your upfront costs, especially if you are just starting up your own bookmaking operation. This includes added benefits such as your own custom website, built-in ‘sharp monitoring’ on the action coming in and easy access to fast and sharp betting lines for every game, every day of the year.

3-Multiple Payment Options Including Bitcoin

While a good number of our bookmaking agents do prefer the convenience of paying their per head fees with Bitcoin, we also offer more traditional means of payment such as Western Union and MoneyGram. We even include the use of a gift card option if that works best for you. We also offer a free two-week trial so you can take our online gambling software for a test ride. The first step to getting started is to make that call to Premier Per Head at 800.498.4709. We guarantee it will be the best business decision you will have ever made.

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