Online Gambling Site BetOnline.ag Says Goodbye To Bitcoin Deposit Fees

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Sep/07/2016

Tuesday afternoon online gaming giant - BetOnline.ag - made a policy change that is sure to please many of their players. Effective immediately, there are no longer any fees associated with Bitcoin deposits.

With the growing popularity of Bitcoin, the team at BetOnline.ag considered the move to do away with deposit fees essential for the upcoming football season. BetOnline.ag point-man, Dave Mason explained:

“Our players spoke and we listened. They let us know how much they love our early openers, generous bonuses, industry-best Live Betting software. However, with the increase of players using Bitcoin as their primary funding method, there were some concerns about the fee. So we listened and did away with the deposit fee. Just in time for our 16th football season it is now easier and more affordable than ever for our players to fund their BetOnline.ag accounts.”

And judging by the early feedback from players on Twitter and in the forums, fee-free Bitcoin deposits looks to be a very popular:

         “My favorite book!”

         “This is huge news. Good for you guys.”

         “Great news.”

Whether you fund your account via Bitcoin or one of the many funding methods available at BetOnline.ag, use promo code NFL16 to receive a 50% Welcome Bonus to use towards kickoff of the 2016 football season!

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