Last year figures: crypto gambling traffic has tripled

Publication date: 01 Mar 2021

Last year, crypto gambling traffic tripled compared to 2019.

  • The most popular currency now is the first crypto – bitcoin. Bitcoin traffic dominated last year for its 90% bandwidth.
  • Etherium and LTC share the rest 10% being placed second and third.

SoftSwiss, a software developer leading in iGaming, reports on the largest quantity of operations with digital assets to be noticed in Canada, Latin America, Russia. More details:

Cryptocurrencies have been used as payment means in gambling for ages COVID-19 has emphasised the tendency. For the world demand for the crypto, analysts agree that in the nearest future, gaming companies and casino operators will germinate in number. These ones, in particular, will domesticate new crypto payment facilities for convenience of the players. SoftSwiss introduces some facts to prove the popularity of the crypto in gambling. 3 out of 10,000 games offered by the aggregator allow in-game cryptocurrency.

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