SkillOnNet Adds Bitcoin Payments To Its Casinos

Bitcoin casino players can now enjoy new casino slots and games as SkillOnNet recently added Bitcoin as a payment option for its online casino brands. On the same note, loyal bettors that go to play on SkillOnNet brands now have another way to place deposits and withdrawals using Bitcoin.

SkillOnNet is now a fiat and Bitcoin casino software provider that powers brands with their solutions, that includes Play Ojo, Druck Gruck, Lucky Niki, and Slots Magic. Today, you can use Bitcoin to place a deposit and withdraw your winnings in Bitcoin when you play on any of those abovementioned sites.

The move to add Bitcoin as a payment option comes from the rise in popularity of digital payments along with high player demand. “We believe that bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies will become hugely popular payment methods for online casino players in the coming months and years, so we wanted to offer it now.” Michael Golembo, a representative of SkillOnNet said in press releases.

What’s in it for Bitcoin casino players?

SkillOnNet, in partnership with over 30 game providers, boasts a combined a portfolio of over 1,200 games, including NetEnt, Yggdrasil, ELK, Quickfire, and more. This means Bitcoin bettors now get to enjoy new games on SkillOnNet-affiliated sites.

To shed more light on SkillOnNet, their games are under the Green Valley Games (CVG), where you can play slots, roulette, video poker, live casino, and more. CVG created over 40 slots, that includes jackpots and creative pay lines that increase winning potential. In addition, if you’re feeling lucky, you can play creative scratch games that includes huge jackpots.

About SkillOnNet

As an established online casino software provider, SkillOnNet promises high-quality turnkey and white-label solutions for many brands. In which, all of its developed products and software are licensed by the Great Britain Gambling Commision and the Malta Gaming Authority. Furthermore, SkillOnNet started its company back in 2005 which makes them a veteran in the industry.