Betting on boxing

Boxing and gambling have both been around for a long time. Evidence of boxing dates from the the third millennium BCE while gambling existed in the Palaeolithic period – pre-dating written history.

Betting on boxing is easy. It need not be hard and an account can be set up in just a few simple steps. Bookmakers have made it easier then ever to bet on the fights you want, when you want. Gone are the days of needing to travel to a physical bookmakers. Online bookmakers have made the process of signing up, selecting your fight and placing your stake on your fighter (or any of the multiple markets offered) almost effortless.

However, there are some downsides to betting online. The most obvious of which, is the requirement for all participants to enter their bank or credit card details. There should always be a degree a concern about entering such important information into a bookmakers website. Also, some punter’s banks may charge processing fees for using an account on gambling websites, thus limiting the gambler’s profits.

Thankfully, over the past few years, bookmakers, well aware of the potential pit falls of online gambling, have found a new way to open their markets to more people – cryptocurrency betting.

The first bitcoin casinos arrived a few years ago. Some were start-up companies but other bitcoin casinos were opened by companies already established in the sector.

There are a number of advantages to cryptocurrency bookmakers. Chief among the advantages is the anonymity using cryptocurrencies provides. Gamblers are no longer required to register their bank account information.

With over three million regular cryptocurrency bookmakers world wide, the future of cryptocurrency gambling looks bright. So, if you know your uppercut from your right hook and have picked your prize fighter, it has never been easier for everyone to enjoy a bit of betting on the boxing