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BitStarz Accepts Litecoin (LTC) And Bitcoin Cash (BCH)

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The renown cryptocurrency gambling site, BitStarz has recently announced that is now accepting Litecoin (LTC) and Bitcoin Cash (BCH).

What is BitStarz?

BitStarz is an online casino and gambling site for cryptocurrency users. It offers dozens of interesting games, from video slots to table games (blackjack, Baccarat) and Live Casino.

Licensed for gambling activities in Antillephone N.V., Curacao, BitStarz made a name in the Bitcoin gambling and casino play world and keeps bringing updates and new games.

Altcoins are now accepted on BitStarz

As the proofing of their continuous desire to update and bring more features to their clients, BitStarz is now accepting Litecoins (LTC) and Bitcoin Cash (BCH).

Litecoin (LTC) is one of the first digital coins of the world as it emerged in 2011, evolving from the Bitcoin blockchain. LTC is the perfect altcoin for crypto fans who search for diversity, and its fast-paced transactions, secure network, and technical updates made it be the best alternative to Bitcoin (BTC) and elevated its price a lot in 2017.

At the moment of this article, LTC is trading at a little above $147.

Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is a quite young digital coin that appeared during the well-known Bitcoin forks upon which many digital coins emerged. BCH was designed to compete with the regular online payment processors such as PayPal in terms of transaction levels.

The increasing popularity of the Altcoins market made BitStarz offer its clients the possibility to deposit, play, win, and withdraw in Litecoin (LTC) and Bitcoin Cash (BCH).

Special offers at BitStars

For the new clients, BitStarz offers a Welcome Bonus of up to 500 Euros or 5 BTC plus 180 Free Spins.

Additionally, BitStarz gives away 20 Free Spins No Deposit Bonus for any new client and up to 100 Euros or 1BTC on the 2nd deposit.

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