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Why start using Bitcoin?

Bitcoin is fast becoming the global number one payment of choice for online casino players. Convenient and secure, you use this digital currency just as you would dollars. It is accepted by most major online retailers and can be used both online and offline to purchase goods and services. Its benefits in terms of speed, security, and ease of use are unparalleled. If you are new to Bitcoin you can find out more here!

If you are looking for the fastest and most secure payment methods, with minimal fees, we recommend Litecoin or Bitcoin Cash. Our useful guides will help you get started.

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How to Use Bitcoin at Slotland

Follow this guide for an easy way to get started:

  1. Open a Bitcoin Wallet

    This allows you to send and receive bitcoin payments, and is done in a matter of minutes. There are several wallets you can choose, this extensive list gives you the full range of options. We recommend Blockchain, which not only provides a secure place to store your bitcoins but also lets you buy and sell directly from within. This makes it is one of the fastest and most reliable ways to manage your digital funds.

  2. Buy Bitcoin

    There are several other ways you can obtain bitcoin if you decide not to use Blockchain:

    • Online exchanges: use credit card or bank transfer to purchase bitcoins and send to your wallet. We recommend Coinbase and Bitstamp, but you can browse all options here.
    • Local sellers can be found here.
    • Bitcoin ATMs: find your nearest here.
  3. Deposit at Slotland

    Go to Cashier, select Bitcoin as payment method and the amount you want to deposit in USD. Use your wallet to complete the transaction, desktop or mobile. Bitcoins are automatically added to your cash balance in USD, via an exchange rate calculated at an average of the top three bitcoin exchanges and updated every 15 minutes.

The best part for players is that all Bitcoin withdrawals are processed the very next working day, whether or not they result from Bitcoin deposits.