mbit Adds Support for LiteCoin, Dogecoin, and Bitcoin Cash

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Betting site mBit Casino announced this week that they've added support for three new cryptocurrencies this week, now supporting Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, and Dogecoin for deposits and withdrawals.

The new currencies come as an alternative to the standard Bitcoin, which has seen slower times for confirmation and higher fees. The other currencies will also allow for instant movement of funds and anonymity, which is key to the drive that's made Bitcoin successful.

Speaking about the new options mbit CEO Philip Aaker said, "This transition has been an important one. We noticed exceptional Bitcoin transaction fees in recent weeks as the blockchain got clogged with unconfirmed transactions. By adding support for cryptocurrencies like LTC, DOGE and BCH, our players will be able to spend much less on transaction fees. We also hope it will lead to faster confirmation times and a more fluent gaming experience."

The launch of the new currencies are just the beginning for mBit, which plans to roll out support for even more currencies next year.

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29 December 2017 - 5:30pm

Well, that's a right move from the casino I think, more so with the enormous fees bitcoin transactions have been charged lately, doge and litecoin are pretty good alternatives and probably the most popular cryptos except for bitcoin. I think the rest of the 'bitcoin" casinos should do that as well.

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30 December 2017 - 12:08pm

Maybe, they planned this new cryptocurrencies when the BTC and others are in the hyper rising phase.
But, now, I don't know... Probably, mBit doesn't have nothing to lose by adding new currencies, anyway (?) 🙂