Bitplay Club has announced the launch Visa/Mastercard payment for its Bitcoin Lottery.
Bitplay Club’s current games portfolio consists of 2 Bitcoin lotteries.
The 6-45 lottery with the Bitcoin jackpot over 8 BTC and 5-36 lottery version with the Bitcoin jackpot over 1 BTC but lower ticket cost. The distinguishing feature of both lotteries is reliance on the blockchain protocol in drawing the winning numbers. The winning numbers are determined based on a publicly disclosed formula (posted on the lottery website), and the hashes of recently found blocks on the blockchain. The website provides sufficient information so that anyone could check and see that the lottery drawing outcome is indeed random and therefore fair.
Lottery service strives to make users’ experience with the website, and with online gambling at large, as comfortable as possible and this is why they implemented Visa and Mastercard Payment options. Now those who don’t have Bitcoins but don’t mind getting some, can pay for the tickets using credit or debit card and win Bitcoins in Bitplay Club lottery.
Ticket prices are low enough to encourage wide participation. With prices as low as 0.00005 BTC for the 5-36 ticket, and 0.0001 for its 6-45 counterpart, the game actually becomes accessible for everyone. If the customer wants to pay with Visa or Mastercard, the system will auto convert the BTC price to USD according to the Coindesk BTC/USD rate and the customer will pay for the ticket in USD.
About Bitplay club
BitplayClub, a nascent online game operator, was created by a group of blockchain champions and developers who intend to provide various game options to the general public, marketing them as 100% provably fair. The company strives to empower its customers by resolving the long-standing issues of trustworthiness and transparency. The company has a gaming license in Curaçao.
For more information please visit https://bitplay.club/
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