Crypto sportsbook reviews

Anonymous end-to-end crypto sportsbooks offer the following advantages over government currency sportsbooks.

  • Unrestricted; all sportsbooks listed here accept players from your location.
  • Almost free and instant deposits and withdrawals of any amount 24/7.
  • Sportsbooks save so much in banking and compliance that they can give higher odds.
  • Betting anonymously makes it
    – Impossible for a sportsbook to limit you for winning too much.
    – Impossible for a sportsbook to sell or misuse your personal information.
    – Easier to avoid legal and tax issues.

Nitrogen Sports

Nitrogen Sports logo

Overall 84%
User experience 9/10
Odds 10/10
Range of bets 8/10
Live betting 6/10
Transactions 7/10
Customer service 8/10
Privacy and security 9/10


mBet logo

Overall 67%
User experience 7/10
Odds 3/10
Range of bets 5/10
Live betting 0/10
Transactions 8/10
Customer service 7/10
Privacy and security 8/10


OneHash logo

Overall 65%
User experience 6/10
Odds 7/10
Range of bets 5/10
Live betting 0/10
Transactions 6/10
Customer service 6/10
Privacy and security 9/10


Betcoin logo

Overall 63%
User experience 6/10
Odds 8/10
Range of bets 8/10
Live betting 6/10
Transactions 8/10
Customer service 3/10
Privacy and security 9/10


BetBTC logo

Overall 62%
User experience 6/10
Odds 6/10
Range of bets 3/10
Live betting 4/10
Transactions 5/10
Customer service 7/10
Privacy and security 9/10


  1. Ben 2 months ago

    Hi BitEdge,

    I’ve taken an interest in your blog for some time now. I’m intrigued by the crypto wagering path and certainly see the advantages, having been limited from most books. However, my concern with crypto as a wagering alternative is the price instability. Is there anyway of limiting your risk to the bitcoin price movements whilst participating in crypto wagering?

    This is my ultimate concern and the only thing that has stopped me from moving platforms.

    • Author
      BitEdge 2 months ago

      There is no way to do that and retain all the advantages of end-to-end crypto sportsbooks (like not being able to be limited by the sportsbook). Please see our post about crypto volatility and gambling to see why we think it is not a problem.

    • Hatem 2 weeks ago

      You can hedge the bitcoin on exchange, and hence you are not exposed to volaitility. Let’s assume you use 10 btc for the betting, you short it on an exchange and then you sell your extra 4% you got from betting (for example) asap

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