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What Crypto does Stake offer?

30 May 2022
conrad-castleton
Conrad Castleton 30 May 2022
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  • Find out about accepted Stake.com cryptocurrencies
  • Stake players have lots of options for betting with crypto
  • Bitcoin (BTC)
  • Ethereum (ETH)
  • Litecoin (LTC)
  • Dogecoin (DOGE)
  • Bitcoin Cash (BCH)
  • Ripple (XRP)
  • Tron (TRX)
  • EOS (EOS)
Stake.com is the biggest crypto sportsbook and online casino in the world.

Deposits at Stake are made using cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Dogecoin, Ripple and Tron.

When people think of crypto, the majority probably think of Bitcoin or Ethereum. In total, when you deposit at Stake you have a choice of eight different cryptocurrencies.

Here is some information about all of the cryptocurrencies offered on Stake.

Bitcoin (BTC)

Bitcoin is the most well-known crypto in the world, and the most popular cryptocurrency used by Stake players.

BTC is the primary currency for the majority of Stake.com players and it appears at the top of Stake’s crypto drop down menu on the site. 

The value of Bitcoin can fluctuate depending on the market. Substantial drops or increases aren’t as common as some cryptocurrencies, but if you are considering buying BTC (or any other crypto), this is something you should consider.

Ethereum (ETH)

The second most recognisable crypto on Stake is Ethereum. Also known as Ether, many people and experts consider ETH to be a good investment due to its potential to be worth much more in the future. Ethereum is widely seen as a secure investment.

ETH appears second from the top on the drop down menu.

Litecoin (LTC)

Litecoin was created at a similar time to Bitcoin, but its value is much lower. This is an altcoin, and LTC transactions are very quick when compared to Bitcoin. A usual BTC block transfer takes approximately 10 minutes whereas LTC takes less than 3 minutes. On Stake, LTC appears third from the top on the dropdown menu.

Dogecoin (DOGE)

Appearing fourth on Stake’s dropdown menu, Dogecoin is Stake’s least valuable crypto. That’s not to say it isn’t a good option. Dogecoin is popular and is regularly a topic of conversation.

When you play at Stake you will often notice that anyone with Dogecoin will have plenty of them. That’s because there are plenty to go around! Dogecoin can be fun to use and it is generally safe to purchase. It is worth much less than the last three cryptos, but don’t think that means it’s a bad investment. Just make sure you know the facts before you buy this or any other cryptocurrency.

Bitcoin Cash (BCH)

A spin off of Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash is a slightly less valuable coin but one that has plenty of potential to grow.

Usually similar to Ethereum in value, many industry experts predict that, like Ether, it will only grow in the future into a much more valuable coin.

BCH appears fourth from the bottom on Stake’s dropdown menu.

Ripple (XRP)

Arguably the third most well-known cryptocurrency behind BTC and ETH, Ripple isthird from bottom on Stake’s drop down menu. Don’t let its popularity lead you into thinking it is worth as much as Bitcoin or Ethereum, however.

Like Litecoin, transactions with Ripple are much faster than most coins and they are generally a very solid investment.

Tron (TRX)

Second from last on Stake’s dropdown menu, Tron is worth slightly more than Dogecoin. This is a fairly unknown coin, with few players using it at Stake.com. Many experts predict it will grow in the future, and its use at Stake is likely to increase as players consider alternatively to coins that are more well known.

EOS (EOS)

EOS is the most recent coin to be added to Stake and is worth more than some of the other cryptocurrencies that can be used.

EOS is a decentralised application and in the world of crypto, this is something that is becoming more regular, with some predicting that decentralised applications (dapps) will experience huge growth in the coming years.