Best Places to Bet Bitcoins on Trump and Hillary

Best Places to Bet Bitcoins on Trump and Hillary

It’s election season and now it’s time to get active: betting on the 2016 Presidential election in bitcoins is a thing! It’s going to be a wild one, so buckle up. There are still numerous events forthcoming before the election on November 7. Things could change. In the meantime, we laid out the best places on the web to profit off the US election by placing bets in bitcoins. We should note: don’t gamble away more than you afford to lose. Read on to see the insights given by the current odds for the 2016 presidential election. Fairlay – This prediction market for Bitcoin offers an enticing....


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