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Bitcoin + Videoslots = No Go.

Discussion in 'Other Complaints' started by Saberon, Jan 14, 2018.

    Jan 14, 2018
  1. Saberon

    Saberon Full Member

    Location:
    Australia
    What an absolute joke. I wish i had never decixed to put my btc address into Videoslots and deposit to verify it.

    Heres my gripe, I decided to deposit $80 of bitcoin as i had $134 worth and in one transaction to Videoslots i have $18 left AND i received a conversion cut taking me to around 50% in fees AND with my extremely low RTP on VS these past couple of months, battleweekends included (we are talking a few thousand), I am just about done with them. We get slugged exorbitant fees and then penalised by an exchange.

    It is getting beyond the joke. I know its not the casinos fault but i cant help but feel absolutely robbed blind. I wastold to deposit more to get a smaller fee. Well eff me. What would i of been charged if i did do the $10 minimum?!

    Why wont casinos accept another Cryptocurrency like Ethereum or even Dogecoins.

    Dogecoins are stable, they cost between 1-2 cents and easily converted into other currencies.

    Ethereum is stable, easy to use and you pay 1/4 or less of what miners charge!

    Anyway sorry for the erratic novel. Im still reeli g over it and reeling over the face i nust lost the $76 on 60c spins with nothing yet again. Not even free spins haha. :)
     
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  2. Jan 15, 2018
  3. cj1990

    cj1990 Experienced Member webby PABnonaccred

    Occupation:
    Sysadmin
    Location:
    USA
    Some bigger name casinos are starting to support other crypto currencies, Slotto Cash and Uptown Aces, just to name a few are now supporting Litecoin and a few other cryptos. I suspect its only a matter of time, few months prehaps before others realize players won't deposit due to the outrageous Miners fees bitcoin transactions cost.
     
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  4. Jan 15, 2018
  5. azzagirt

    azzagirt Experienced Member

    Occupation:
    Retail, not any more.. I am now a call centre oper
    Location:
    Great Southern Land.
    Today I withdrew 2000.00 aud to have only 1944.00 go into my wallet and I never paid the acceleration fee so it's rather outrageous.
    Mina1929 mentioned in another thread there was going to be some review of bitcoin fees coming soon.
    Now blockchain confirmed amount is 1932.00 au =68.00 loss on 2k
     
    Last edited: Jan 15, 2018
  6. Jan 15, 2018
  7. Dan.Videoslots

    Dan.Videoslots Dormant account

    Occupation:
    Games Manager
    Location:
    Malta
    Hi Saberon,

    I wanted to inform you that Videoslots do not incur any charges. These are applied by the Bitcoin themselves.

    If you do wish to discuss anything further or have any other issue that needs solving please don't hesitate to contact me via PM.

    Br,

    Daniel.
     
  8. Jan 15, 2018
  9. Lucky Loser

    Lucky Loser Senior Member

    Occupation:
    Professional paper pusher.
    Location:
    Near Cronulla Beach
    That's not too bad. I got charged $118 twice to withdraw $2000 and $1500 by bank transfer from Desert Nights (Rival) recently. Massive fees are a fact of life now for Aussies now that ewallets have withdrawn their services.
     
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  10. Jan 15, 2018
  11. azzagirt

    azzagirt Experienced Member

    Occupation:
    Retail, not any more.. I am now a call centre oper
    Location:
    Great Southern Land.
    Those charges are highway robbery.

    I used to withdraw via skrill when I could no longer withdraw to visa or bank transfers but with that, it would leave the casino in aud get converted to usd and then back to aud to withdraw to my bank account. That was a very hefty transaction with the in and out of usd and aud. Hated skrill anyway so no great loss to me.
     
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  12. Jan 16, 2018
  13. halibaker

    halibaker AUS GAMBLERS ANNUAL- 1st place - 2015-2018 MM

    Occupation:
    I'm a mum and a dad, its hard work.
    Location:
    6110 Western Australia
    i only got charged about 40c on $10. and as dan said, it was charged from the bitcoin wallet i use.
    It was damn site cheaper than what i was using prior to bitcoin being available (though now i have a visa debit which is better still)
    which was paysafe codes purchased online from a reseller, about $22 for just less than $15 value. yuck yuck.
    but i agree. RTP has hit a real slump at VS in Dec and Jan. cant get joy on anything. try as i might. and I've had 3 different types of technical issues during tournaments that have, of course, negatively impacted on my balance. Never seem to get any errors causing me to win. lol
    I only just got my 7 day chat ban lifted an hour or so ago, which i didn't at all deserve.
    someone said it was rigged cuz they were losing, i responded "dunno if its rigged or if its just luck, I cashed out heaps in oct, all in matter of a few weeks, but not much since"
    CS said to me i can't say the casino is rigged, it creates a bad environment and other players start to believe it.
    I tried to explain i was on VS side and disagreeing with the rigged comment, but trying to do so without ruffling feathers, offending anyone, or starting arguments.... because I'm that much of a good cunt.
    haha
     
  14. Jan 16, 2018
  15. ROBROB1900

    ROBROB1900 Newbie member

    Occupation:
    Casino Lover
    Location:
    USA
    I've been thinking of getting some crypto currency, should i steer clear of most of it and just give Bitcoin a try?
     
  16. Mar 14, 2018
  17. azzagirt

    azzagirt Experienced Member

    Occupation:
    Retail, not any more.. I am now a call centre oper
    Location:
    Great Southern Land.
    Not a bad time now I guess as the miners fees have come down heaps on bitcoin. I deposit 100.00 in and only lose about a dollar twenty for the transaction on most occasions now. It's the instant fluctuation of the bitcoin that's not in my favour atm.
     
  18. Jun 1, 2018
  19. Cody7

    Cody7 Newbie member

    Occupation:
    Fisherman
    Location:
    Deep Sea
    Idk is their terms and condition on whatever ewallet you use too send bitcoins?
     
  20. Jun 18, 2018
  21. cateringfetch

    cateringfetch Spammer

    Occupation:
    Sales manager
    Location:
    London
    Here a lot about of conversation
    BTC pay system is to young to give food fees for users
    To pay by btc(if you really want) is better to run new crypt wallet, for safety)
     
  22. Jun 18, 2018
  23. Saberon

    Saberon Full Member

    Location:
    Australia
    Old thread the fees are much lower and tolerable now. :)
     
  24. Oct 13, 2018 at 7:08 AM
  25. RobC

    RobC New Member

    Occupation:
    Retired
    Location:
    Australia
    I have been building up the courage to get Bitcoins, so I can deposit into Videoslots
    Just started studying (today) at You must register/login in order to see the link.
    That page is distinguishing between BTC (Bitcoin Core) and BCH (Bitcoin Cash)
    Explaining why BTC is expensive (Fees), and slow.
    Whereas (they say) BCH is way cheaper and faster.
    Does Videoslots take BCH ?
     

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