Setting up a Wallet for Cryptocurreny
Before you get your bitcoins or other cryptocurrencies the first step you need to do is set up a wallet to store your bitcoin – you will need one, whatever your preferred method of purchase.
This could be an online wallet (either part of an exchange platform, or via an independent provider), a desktop wallet, a mobile wallet or an offline one.
These wallets are just for storing bitcoins. You can't buy any cryptocurrency from these sites.
Now we will tell how to buy bitcoins.
Open an Account at an Exchange
Cryptocurrency exchanges are for buy and sell bitcoins. There are hundreds currently operating, with varying degrees of liquidity and security.
With the clampdown on know-your-client (KYC) and anti-money-laundering (AML) regulation, many exchanges now require verified identification for account setup. This will usually include a photo of your official ID, and sometimes also a proof of address.
Most exchanges accept payment via bank transfer or credit card, and some are willing to work with Paypal transfers.
Each exchange has a different procedure for both setup and transaction and should give you sufficient detail to be able to execute the purchase.
Once the exchange has received payment, it will purchase the corresponding amount of bitcoin on your behalf, and deposit them in an automatically generated wallet on the exchange. If you wish (recommended), you can then move the funds to your off-exchange wallet.
Depositing to Sportsbook
Now it's the last step. You need to choose a bookmaker for depositing with cryptocurrencies. The easiest one for register and depositing process is 1xBit. There are many different cryptocurrency options. So you will be free to choose which currency you will use. You just need to go to deposit panel and you should copy the address which you are getting from them. You will use this address in your wallet for transferring money. Depending on the network volume your money will be transferred in minutes or hours.