Payment via eWallet has been a legitimate way for players to make deposits at the online casino since long before "PayPal" was a household name. In fact, since PayPal stopped servicing online casinos and their clients six years ago (the company has since begun accepting payment to such websites, albeit on a restricted, limited basis), alternatives to the world's no. 1 eWallet solution such as Moneybookers and Neteller have found new popularity among internet casino players.
An eWallet might also be called an electronic bank account in that no physical money or even credit cards change hands in making a transaction. Though an eWallet is of necessity tied into a bank account, the player need never put eWallet funds into a financial institution and may simply spend this e-money somewhere online.
For a list of eWallet solutions and the online casino accepting them, please see LiveCasinoDirect's list below.