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Bitcoin Deposits - 5Dimes

Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by luck17, Nov 4, 2017.

    Nov 4, 2017
  1. luck17

    luck17 Newbie member PABnononaccred

    Occupation:
    Freelance
    Location:
    USA
    I have been playing at 5dimes for almost 8-months and only deposit with bitcoin.

    The minimum deposit is and always has been $25 USD in bitcoin.

    Recently, I got reprimanded by 5DImes Sportsbook for some of my BTC deposits came in lower than $25 USD. I tried to explain that in recent weeks bitcoin has gotten very expensive and the fees to send a transaction are over $5. Also, Coinbase will no longer let me use there service to send bitcoin because they figured out I was transferring to online gambling website.

    So now I had to resort to buying BTC via Paxful and Local Bitcoins by trading Amazon Gift Cards for bitcoin. This makes the cost much higher...as sellers want to make money so you get about $25 USD in BTC for a $40 - $50 Amazon GC. Add the fee to send the bitcoin and that is basically double for a deposit. Now the wallets seem to take out fees after you send a transaction so I cannot predict what could happen.

    5Dimes told me to buy bigger giftcards, but I said that traders with best price usually limit to under $100. Plus I like to make smaller deposits cause it is my preference.

    Most other online casinos let you deposit any amount of BTC because it costs them nothing to receive the BTC.

    5Dimes might suspend me from depositing with bitcoin, which sucks because I am a regular player and my last deposit was for $21 after paying $35 for a an Amazon GC. It was supposed to be for $26 but they took out the fee after it was sent.

    With BTC price skyrocketing, and fees getting higher and higher.....shouldn't online casinos, like 5Dimes be more accepting that this happens sometimes??

    Please let me know your opinion.
     
  2. Nov 4, 2017
  3. Kevin22

    Kevin22 Newbie member

    Location:
    USA
    I was banned from coinbase also. Find a BTC ATM near you. It's usually double the fee than coinbase but still much cheaper than paxful or any site like that
     
  4. Nov 4, 2017
  5. luck17

    luck17 Newbie member PABnononaccred

    Occupation:
    Freelance
    Location:
    USA
    Good idea but I am not sure if there is one very close to me but I will check.
     
  6. Nov 4, 2017
  7. Jayman24

    Jayman24 Full Member

    Location:
    Wisconsin
    Some bad luck with coinbase there. How did they find out? I've made a ton of transactions, no issues with me, yet. If you really want you could do the Moneygram/western union option. Not really very hard to do, although I wouldn't do too many transactions with em or they get suspicious too quickly..

    These coinbase fee's are getting CRAZY though I agree. Deposit 70 pay 3 dollar fee. Send 62 pay 5 dollar fee. Raping us literally..
     
  8. Nov 4, 2017
  9. Kevin22

    Kevin22 Newbie member

    Location:
    USA
    Honestly have no idea. Always used a middleman wallet. Never went direct. My only thoughts are I made quite a few btc purchases in a short period of time? Maybe they thought I was reselling it (against their TOS).
    I've tried submitting tickets to them, but once it gets beyond the typical copy/paste responses and they need an actual person to think about how to respond they stop responding.

     

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