DraftKings CEO Jason Robins On Why He Can’t Add Cryptocurrencies

DraftKings CEO Jason Robins On Why He Can’t Add Cryptocurrencies

During a live town hall hosted by stock trading app Public Wednesday, DraftKings CEO Jason Robins said he had looked into adding cryptocurrencies as a form of payment on his online sports betting platform but that regulations have so far prevented him from doing so. He explained that the payment methods that they can accept […]


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