All deposits start from as little as USD 1, but to be allowed to receive bonuses, at least USD 10 has to be added to the account. There are numerous alternatives to the US dollars among currencies. The two of the other most popular ones are also Euros and British pounds. Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Dogecoin and Bitcoin cash are among crypto-currency options.
Australian, Canadian, New Zealand, Hong Kong and Singapore dollars can be used here. There are also options to pay in Swiss franc, Chinese yuan, Czech koruna, Hungarian forint, Mexican peso, Norwegian and Swedish krona, Danish krone, Russian ruble, Romanian lei, Japanese yen, Thai baht, Nigerian naira, Malaysian ringgit, South African rand, Turkish lira, and Indian rupiah.
The list of possible banking methods is as impressive, as the currency one. Standard options cover Visa, Maestro, and MasterCard, as well as Carta Si, Bancontact, Mister Cash, Astro Pay, and UnionPay for China.
Among prepaid options are the internationally accepted Paysafecard, as well as French Neosuf, and Paykasa and PayKwik.
E-wallets for crypto-currency are Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, Dogecoin, Bitcoin Gold, Ethereum, Ethereum Classic, BitShares, DigiByte, DASH, GameCredits, FunCoin, NEM, Zcash, Sibcoin, Monero, ByteCoin, and xGOx.
The list of regular e-wallets is represented by Neteller, Skrill, EcoPayz, OKPay, PAYEER, Perfect Money, DineroMail by PAYU, ToditoCash, Qiwi, Moneta.ru, Yandex Money and Webmoney. These last three are widely spread in Russia.
Offline bank transfer covers methods like SafetyPay, TrustPay, Boku, Teleingreso, EPS for Austria, Euteller, Nordea, and Trustly for Scandinavia, Multibanco for Portugal, Lobanet and Boleto Bancario for Brazil, GiroPay and Sofort for Germany, iDEAL for the Netherlands, ePay.bg for Bulgaria, and Interkassa for Russia.
The advertised payout speed is one day to e-wallet, and up to three – to all other methods. Both weekly and monthly withdrawals are not limited to specific amounts, which is usually good news.