Can I Use Bitcoin to Bet on This Year's Preakness Stakes?

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Don Shapiro
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Bitcoin is a common method to bet on horse races online and our friends at NitroBetting offer some great Bitcoin bonuses.


Get a Real Cash Bonus Using Bitcoin to Bet This Year's Preakness Stakes Race

Unlike a Match or Deposit bonus, in which players receive an upfront credit, the NitroBetting real wager bonus is credited in installments once the player meets the required rollover.

Players have to deposit using their Bitcoin wallet (there are many great one's out there).  This then triggers the desirable bonus.  As with any gambling site bonus, there are betting requirements.

The main difference between a Match Bonus and a real Wager Bonus is that bonus money is not credited up front, instead, the players receive 5 installments every time they reach 20% of the bonus play through.  This is in the form of real cash (crypto).

Players can withdraw their deposit and winnings anytime they want. However, they will need to complete the wagering requirements in order to receive their Real Wager rewards.

2022 Preakness Stakes Betting Odds

You can place your bets on this year's Preakness Stakes here

Simplification 6-1

Creative Minister 10-1

Fenwick 50-1

Secret Oath 9-2

Early Voting 7-2

Happy Jack 30-1

Armagnac 12-1

Epicenter 6-5

SkippyLongStocking 20-1

- Don Shapiro,

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