Bitcasino Starts Accepting XRP in Addition to Four Other Coins

Bitcasino, considered the world’s first licensed Bitcoin-led casino operator, announced it now accepts Ripple payments.

Online betters can already enjoy the casino’s wide range of games by paying in four other cryptocurrencies. But supporting XRP, a currency that ranks third on the list of top virtual currencies by market cap, just behind Bitcoin and Ethereum, is something their players “have asked for quite some time now,” says Tauri Tiitsaar, Director of Bitсasino. “It makes us very proud to say that we now have the three most used cryptocurrencies integrated with Bitcasino,” added he.

Founded by the Coingaming Group in 2014, Bitcasino has an expansive range of casino products featuring over 2,000 games: slots, table games, live dealer casinos from some of the industry’s top developers. All games are hosted on Bitcasino’s proprietary platform.

In fact, XRP is the fifth cryptocurrency introduced by Bitcasino. Previously, TRON (TRX) had been integrated last November, and Ethereum, Litecoin, and Bitcoin had been already available to players for some time.

Bitcasino prides itself on its on fair and trustworthy casino and gaming experience. They boast withdrawal times of around 1.5 minutes, which is amongst the fastest in the industry. The company has cutting-edge security solutions in place to keep user funds safe.

The introduction of XRP will help to uphold the platform’s promise of creating a “fun, fast and fair world” thanks to the coin’s low fees and quick transaction capabilities. XRP also has a better scaling capacity compared to other cryptocurrencies.

Bitcasino doesn’t stop on that. In March, they introduced the TronLink browser extension allowing casino players to access TRON (TRX) blockchain on their browser to deposit and withdraw funds securely and quickly.

Visit their website to try out your luck and spend some of that crypto!

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