Game of Thrones ignites barrage of Bitcoin [BTC] bets on who will take the ‘Iron throne’

The much-awaited Game of Thrones series is coming to an end and the true ruler of Westeros is still a debated topic. However, the cryptoverse made things interesting for the fans as it introduced a betting game for the fans to earn the largest cryptocurrency in the world, Bitcoin [BTC]., a Bitcoin [BTC] faucet on its platform hosted this betting game for its registered users to place a bet on their best choice of who would ultimately sit on the iron throne. Among the choices were obvious ones like Jon Snow, Daenerys Targaryen, and Cersei Lannister, but there were also other options like the Stark siblings- Bran, Arya, and Sansa, Tyrion Lannister, Gendry Baratheon, and the Night King. However, an option of ‘Unknown’ was also available for the users to choose.

At the beginning of the season 8, Jon Snow led the betting with 1.532005 BTC, however as the season progressed Jon Snow slipped to the second position, as Bran took to the lead, while ‘Unknown’ settled as the third best option. The pool value of the bet currently rests at 4.97219626 BTC, worth almost $40k. However, the pool has a time multiplier, implying reducing reward shares as time passes.

At press time, 41% of bets were placed under the name of Bran Stark AKA the Three-Eyed Raven, followed by the King in the north AKA Jon Snow with 22%. The bets for an unknown character taking the throne were around 13%, after which Sansa, Tyrion, and Daenerys accounted for 5% each.

As the Game of Thrones comes to an end and the market cheers for the rising price of BTC, even as the winner of the pool could themselves with a handsome amount in BTC, as it has already crossed $8k.

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