Aussie-based crypto currency exchange Bitstamp has just launched a new service which allows users to buy BAMA football games from cryptocurrency traders.

The company claims the move is designed to give Bama fans the option of purchasing their team’s home games at the same price as they currently pay for them.

This will make it easier for the Bama faithful to enjoy the games on a regular basis.

Bama’s game against Central Florida State was one of the most-watched events on BamaLive’s site last weekend.

The Bama team won 24-23 in the fourth quarter to take a 20-7 lead at the end of the first half.

The team then suffered a massive collapse in the second half when an interception and an interception by Georgia’s Jake Matthews resulted in an early Bama field goal that put them in front.

BAMA also came away with an unlikely victory over the No. 8 Georgia Bulldogs in Atlanta.

Bitstamps platform will also allow fans to access live streams of Bama games on its website.

It will also be possible to buy tickets for Bama home games on Bitstamped, where the games will be broadcast live on the internet.