Bit Coin Casinos Review

john39

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I am thinking that the Bitcoin exchange rate at this point is pretty good for the player because I'm able to play 5 coin with just a $50 deposit for a few hours
 

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just curious on bitstarz anyone know about the live casino, what country they operate in, just curious seems like mainly Spanish speaking
 

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I guess that web page that you provided slot monster. Still leaves me with a few questions.

Are the live dealer games, actually live, or is it a pre-programmed feed? Like to where they actually only deal hands a few hours a day, and the feed just goes into repeat.

I guess it seems that the interaction sometimes is a bit lax, I realize most of them are spanish speaking dealers. Making english a hard language for them to grasp onto. Yet when I say hello, and good job. I guess I would like a bit more of a personalized response.

It's also nice to see they integrated a tip button, but do the dealers actually get the tips, or are they put back towards the software provider? Being that most people I'm sure are only tipping in fraction of a bit coin. I was just curious how that turns into a paycheck for them, if they actually get it.

This whole live dealer thing is new to me, and that web site left me sort of confused I suppose.
 

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It seems to be live as the dealer always says hi to me when entering also have had dealers make mistakes on occasion
 

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The Live games provider is Ezugi:
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Thanks for the link interesting promo video they had on front page showcasing the operation.

It seems to be live as the dealer always says hi to me when entering also have had dealers make mistakes on occasion

Agree, some of the dealers are really sloppy and make mistakes. Like I said I had a large bet out a few weeks ago and was initially dealt an Ace and then the lady dealing paused called the manager over and they said because she apparently inadvertently scanned the card twice the hand had to be cancelled. Say what? I've also watched a friend play and had a similar experience for some reason his bets were refunded after he was dealt two hands of 20 and beat the dealers 17. Apparently there was an error on their end so they canceled the hand after it had been dealt out in its entirety. They have nice and friendly dealers but like others said most of the time they are speaking spanish so I have no idea what they are even saying. It seems the casinos can set what limits they want. On one site the high stakes blackjack is a 100-2000 mbtc while another site I found that has same software limits are 200-4000mbtc. They used to be much lower but since the software upgrade they bumped up the limits considerably. I see no advantage to playing the higher stakes table the rules are the same. Given the shadiness I've seen there no way would I risk money at those kinds of stakes with the mistakes those dealers often make.
 

john39

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Just found out they are in Costa Rica.
No issues there. Just like I said I was curious

I'm sure since there are brick and mortar casinos there they are properly trained
 

john39

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was looking at circle.com legal

from here Old / Expired Link

just a warning:

Pursuant to the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act of 2006 and Regulation GG, Circle does not allow transactions intended for unlawful internet gambling. We will stop all identified transfers associated with any such activity.

I assume just for US customers but not sure why they would post this as gambling is legal in certain areas
 

cheetahwind

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The way I understand what effects the price is how many bit coins they've sold versus how many are available. The less they have on hand, the more expensive they tend to be. The more they have on hand, the less expensive they tend to be.

They must have had a flux of bit coins after that crash from Bit Stamp.
 

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I hope I'm not spamming the forum here. I just wanted to let you know that SoftSwiss added Cubits as payment system to the platform. More information can be found here: Old / Expired Link

The aim is to streamline the system so it helps online casinos move easily into the Bitcoin arena while gradually getting everyday players to use Bitcoin in a seamless way.

And here:
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john39

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well bitcasino.io added games such as jurastic park and playboy but unfortunately blocked in the USA

so maybe those games are legally licensed
 

cheetahwind

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Yeah those games load from http:///www.gameassists.co.uk/ which so far points to Microgaming. So I'm guessing after there initial offering of a few legally licensed slots and then a few unlicensed slots. Maybe they finally cleaned up there act and starting actually buying games.

So far of what I can see of the slots, the other new ones all carry the manufacturers logo and all. Unlike the Net Ent and Aristocrat slots that were stripped of the manufacturers logos.
 

mrgambool

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can anyone recommend a trustworthy exchange for europe that accepts SEPA bank transfers? to buy bitcoins. i'd like to try out bitcasino.
 

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