PeerPlays Exchange Tutorial for New Users in Cryptocurrency

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Cryptocurrency is the best way to place wagers online from across the world with funds often received in a matter of minutes.  Below we feature an exchange tutorial for those looking to use Cryptocurrency for the very first time or otherwise need a refresher.   This video is courtesy of 

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PeerPlays claims to enable a provably favorable online gambling environment, virtually eliminating fraud and cheating while improving the ability to conduct transactions at rapid speed.

This video outlines how to put money into an exchange, and the process to follow in doing so. This video is targeted towards new users to the cryptocurrency world.

For the purposes of this video, we have used as the exchange in the tutorial.

By following these steps, you will be well on your way to being prepared to using Peerplays applications, such as Bookie, once they become available.

- Aaron Goldstein,

- Aaron Goldstein,

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