In this article, we will go over a couple of the similarities between Bitcoin and person-to-person transfers. The basic process for sending funds from your personal bank account or wallet to BookMaker looks like this:
WITH P2P (WU / MG / RIA)
Send funds using Card, Cash or Bank Account ► through P2P agency ► to your BookMaker account
Send funds using Card, Cash or Bank Account ► through Bitcoin exchange ► to your BookMaker account
Why Bitcoin is easier, cheaper, and way better than P2P
► With Bitcoin, you can do everything from the comfort of your home, or anywhere using your smartphone. To use P2P (Western Union and MoneyGram) you’ll need to go through the hassle of visiting an agency in person.
► With Bitcoin, the fees are very low to begin with, plus we will reimburse them on all deposits of just $100 or more. With P2P, there are fees on every deposit, which are only refundable on deposits of $300 and up.
► With Bitcoin, there is no deposit limit and withdrawals start at $10,000 per day. On the other hand, P2P will limit you to $500 per deposit and just $500 maximum on withdrawals every week.