Betting With Litecoin

Posted on 14/11/2017 02:33

Litecoin cryptocurrency or also known as the little brother of the Bitcoin went live in 2011 by ex-google employee. Litecoin is the fifth cryptocurrency ordered by market capitalization. Only Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash and Ripple beat the Litecoin by this kind of value.


What is the difference between Litecoin and Bitcoin

  • Litecoin transactions are 4 time faster because blocks are processed every 2.5 minutes rather than 10 minutes (Bitcoin blocks)
  • Hardware devices made to "mine" Litecoins are more complex and expensive than these used for Bitcoins


Online gambling with Litecoins

Let's take a deeper view of the betting sites that accept Litecoin. Not so many bookies actually are willing to take your Litecoin and especially when it comes to trustworthy and fast payout sporstbooks. We've created a list of recommended litecoin betting sites that are safe and legit. Bear in mind that some of the bookies accept deposits via Litecoin but refuse to process withdrawals in Litecoin. It's always good idea to ask on live chat about the payment methods that you'll have to withdraw your winnings. Here are the 3 gambling sites that offer Litecoin deposits and we recommend :

  • Betonline - one of the sportsbooks that accepts players from USA. Great stake limits on NBA, NFL, NHL and MLB.
  • 1xbet - Russian company with extremely wide range of payment methods including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash.
  • Betcoin - another gambling company that offers anonymous betting. Online since 2013 and licensed in Costa Rica.





March 14, 2018

amber

I usually read negative comments about 1xbet but my opinion is positive. I think it’s a good sportsbook and using Litecoin I have never had problems with withdrawals. It’s great, you’ll never lose money.

January 30, 2018

Rafa

Idk…I still haven’t bet with litecoin, I just prefer bitcoin but should I try it?

November 17, 2017

Tony

Made a deposit at betonline with litecoin and won a couple of bets. Than requested a withdraw and they told me that only bitcoin withdrawals are possible. They must right it down in their terms and conditions. Screw them.