Bookmaker expects Brits to be buying Big Macs with cryptocurrency before end of next year

{{information |Description= jpeg image, McDonalds museum (Ray Kroc's first franchised restaurant in the chain), Des Plaines, Illinois, USA. |Source= Own work |Author= Bruce Marlin |Date= 11/02/2001 |other_versions= DCP_2489.JPG |Permission= {{self|cc-by-

{{information |Description= jpeg image, McDonalds museum (Ray Kroc's first franchised restaurant in the chain), Des Plaines, Illinois, USA. |Source= Own work |Author= Bruce Marlin |Date= 11/02/2001 |other_versions= DCP_2489.JPG |Permission= {{self|cc-by-Wednesday 29th November, 2017 – Bitcoin’s soaring popularity has left Betway pricing up a list of possible acceptors with McDonald’s a warm order at 1/2.

US giant Walmart looks nailed on to accept Bitcoin by the end of next year at 1/5, as does British Airways at 1/3 according to the leading online bookmaker.

Retail favourite Argos is also short in the betting at 4/5 to allow cryptocurrency transactions by the end of 2018, while Amazon, 6/4, and Easyjet, 7/4, could both follow suit.

Apple is a 5/2 chance to deal in Bitcoin before the end of next year, a deal that could see the currency’s value continue to climb.

Bitcoin 11/8 to break $20,000 before end of 2018

Bitcoin hit the $10,000-mark yesterday and Betway thinks the only way is up at the moment.

Priced at just 11/8 to smash through a $20,000 valuation before the end of next year, the leading online bookmaker can’t see Bitcoin’s bubble bursting anytime soon.

It’s 13/8 for Bitcoin to peak at between $15,000 and $20,000 before 2019 and bigger at 9/4 that the cryptocurrency fails to nudge past the $15,000 mark.

Betway’s Alan Alger, said: “We’re seeing fresh gains for Bitcoin on a daily basis at the moment, leading us to believe that Bitcoin could easily sail past $20,000 before the end of next year.

“With the steep increase in the number of people getting their hands on Bitcoin, we think it’s highly likely at odds of 1/2 that the likes of McDonald’s will begin to accept it. I’m not sure how many fractions of a Bitcoin it would take to buy a Big Mac but it looks like we’ll start finding out sooner rather than later!”

Betway – Novelty – Bitcoin

Peak value before end of 2018:

More than $20,000 11/8
$15,000 – $20,000 13/8
Less than $15,000 9/4

To accept Bitcoin before end of 2018:

Walmart 1/5
British Airways 1/3
McDonald’s 1/2
Argos 4/5
Amazon 6/4
Easyjet 7/4
Apple 5/2
Primark 3/1
John Lewis 7/2
National Rail 4/1
Greggs 10/1
Poundland 10/1

First UK Sports Ground to install a Bitcoin ATM:

Twickenham 7/2
Stamford Bridge 7/2
Ascot 5/1
Silverstone 6/1
Old Trafford 8/1
All England Club 25/1
Lord’s 33/1
Crucible Theatre 50/1
Lakeside, Frimley Green 100/1

Other specials:

Any G8 Government to ban Bitcoin in 2018 25/1
Ethereum to be worth more than Bitcoin at any time in 2018 100/1

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