Ignition / Bodog / Bovada to Replace Bitcoin Transfers with Tether on Ethereum Blockchain

August 23, 2022
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Mark Patrickson

From September 1, 2022 the Ignition / Bodog / Bovada sites will no longer offer Bitcoin transfers. All commission payments will now run through the Revenue Network using the Tether (USDT-ERC20) stablecoin via the Ethereum blockchain.

Players must submit an Ethereum wallet address to replace their Bitcoin one for future payments but can now use the same address for all transfers rather than a unique one generated for each instance.

The Cashier account will still show when funds are available to withdraw and players will receive an email notification advising them when commission earnings are available for transfer.

July commission payment requested in August can still be withdrawn using a Bitcoin address.

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