Keeping an eye on the price isn’t the only way to see your Ethereum wealth grow. With Ethereum betting, those who enjoy the online casino can experience even more cryptocurrency excitement. Here are the pros and cons of doing exactly that.
Pro: Faster Than Bitcoin
What’s better than winning a bet? Getting the money instantly. And while BTC transactions are still far and away faster than centralized currencies, ETH puts it to shame. As in twelve seconds per transaction versus ten minutes per Bitcoin transaction. That’s not even close!
Pro: Unrivalled Privacy
Ethereum’s privacy level is downright exceptional. For players who don’t like their online gaming on display for unwanted eyes, cryptocurrency, in general, solves that issue, and Ethereum more so than the rest. While most legitimate online casinos require basic information for their security and the safety of their players, the amounts you win from Ethereum gambling can’t be scrutinized.
Con: Inconsistent Transaction Fees
One of the biggest benefits of cryptocurrency gambling is the lack of extra costs. And with currency exchanges and banking fees, centralized currency can take a big chunk of your winnings. That’s why Bitcoin is such a popular choice for online casino players – with a fixed fee, you won’t be hit with something substantial because you received a huge payout. But such is not the case with Ethereum betting, where the more you’re transferring, the higher the transaction (“gas”) fee.
While Ethereum is the second most popular cryptocoin, it’s still number two. That’s why so many online casinos are adopting Bitcoin as a currency option while being slow to introduce Ethereum. So seeking out a cryptocurrency casino specifically is probably the best bet (pun intended).
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And just in case you’re not already rubbing your hands in anticipation for gambling with Ethereum, consider this: at the best online casinos, you get free Ethereum with your first deposit. That’s like winning before you even play!
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