K8 Crypto Casinos accepting UK Players without a license?

AndrewPearson

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Hi there, I am in the UK. Can I Play on your Casino using a VPN?


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Thank you


When you don't used VPN can you still access our website?

Yes I can. I am in the UK.

Do you accept players from the UK?


Yes we accept players from UK


Do you already have an account on our website?

Do you have a UKGC Licence?



Hi, you can view our license details at the bottom of our homepage. Thank you

There is no UK Licence


Yes, K8 has obtained the legal business license issued by Curacao government, and accepts the jurisdiction and supervision of Curacao laws. Our website is a formal and legal professional casino with absolute legality and fairness.

So UK Players can sign up and gamble on your casino?

Yes

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So how does this work?
 
Hi there, I am in the UK. Can I Play on your Casino using a VPN?


Thanks for your information, please wait a minute.

Thank you


When you don't used VPN can you still access our website?

Yes I can. I am in the UK.

Do you accept players from the UK?


Yes we accept players from UK


Do you already have an account on our website?

Do you have a UKGC Licence?



Hi, you can view our license details at the bottom of our homepage. Thank you

There is no UK Licence


Yes, K8 has obtained the legal business license issued by Curacao government, and accepts the jurisdiction and supervision of Curacao laws. Our website is a formal and legal professional casino with absolute legality and fairness.

So UK Players can sign up and gamble on your casino?

Yes

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So how does this work?
just report they get removed
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I predict that in the next 12 - 18 months, UK players will only have the High Street corporate sites to choose from. And at least 60 - 70 % of UK players will be participating in casinos that are not licensed by the UKGC.
 
if they accept UK players they are dodge

Not per se. I have played at non UK licensed Crypto casinos before and the experience has been very good. When I did manage to profit from sessions, I got my money without issues and very quick. Also no SOW bullshit like the UK licensed ones.

Some Crypro casinos are dodgy as fuck, but that is not the case for all of them hence my comment. If they are dodgy, then with all means report them.
 
Yeah its fine, as long as Wesley Sneijder is a brand ambassador its ok
 
I'm surprised Jan, your casinos follow the regs but how long are you guys going to carry on in UK ?
We see the same complaints over & over including your brand, that's to say I'm not knocking your brand but over zealous demands following regs is going to be a killer for any company in the long run in the UK.
 
I'm surprised Jan, your casinos follow the regs but how long are you guys going to carry on in UK ?
We see the same complaints over & over including your brand, that's to say I'm not knocking your brand but over zealous demands following regs is going to be a killer for any company in the long run in the UK.
For us the UK is working great and now with sportsbook included, I see a lot of positive signs.

Also, I see a huge increase in completed SOW processes. I guess players are getting used to the requests and started to comply.
E.g. when we added sports and a few highrollers joined us, all of these players have completed SOW.

Still the majority of players, will never (or very late) be subject to any form of enhanced due dilligence.
 
Not per se. I have played at non UK licensed Crypto casinos before and the experience has been very good. When I did manage to profit from sessions, I got my money without issues and very quick. Also no SOW bullshit like the UK licensed ones.

Some Crypro casinos are dodgy as fuck, but that is not the case for all of them hence my comment. If they are dodgy, then with all means report them.
I have to agree. I frequent three crypto casinos and I’ve withdrawn $100’s of dollars from each with zero hassles. Not sure what it would be like if I ever hit the big one ($1000’s), but experiences so far have been great.
 
Not per se. I have played at non UK licensed Crypto casinos before and the experience has been very good. When I did manage to profit from sessions, I got my money without issues and very quick. Also no SOW bullshit like the UK licensed ones.

Some Crypro casinos are dodgy as fuck, but that is not the case for all of them hence my comment. If they are dodgy, then with all means report them.
I played on Crypto many times, end of day not worth playing all the fees VPN fees if you win over £4000 high chance u get hit by tax bill for crypto exchange, and if Crypto casino want to refuse payout they can do that and you cant do nothing about it.... If Crypto Wallet find out you are making deposits on Casino they can close your account and lose all the money
 
So how does this work?
Same as any other casino, but without all the draconian UK regulations.
I play at quite a few Curacao casinos - never any problems.
BUT... if you have any sort of gambling problem yourself - then please don't play at ANY casino, UK licenced or not.

KK
 
Same as any other casino, but without all the draconian UK regulations.
I play at quite a few Curacao casinos - never any problems.
BUT... if you have any sort of gambling problem yourself - then please don't play at ANY casino, UK licenced or not.

KK
crypto casino only if u addicted to gambling, if UKGC close all Casinos we can live without gambling
 
Still can't believe players defecting to these unlicensed clipjoints on a wing and a prayer, on the basis of them 'possibly' paying you, if they so feel like it, using all manner of workarounds just to even play there, at places that ought not to even be accepting UK-based players to begin with!

For all their suppressive and joyless fun-killing, at least with UKGC-licensed casinos players would have a form of recourse. The fact that these crypto banana havens even permit players to register outside their jurisdiction(s) sort of speaks for itself, and that they're accepting all and sundry, including those with gambling afflictions.

I guess the garden always looks rosy up until next door's poodle decides to take a crap in it

 
Still can't believe players defecting to these unlicensed clipjoints on a wing and a prayer, on the basis of them 'possibly' paying you, if they so feel like it, using all manner of workarounds just to even play there, at places that ought not to even be accepting UK-based players to begin with!

For all their suppressive and joyless fun-killing, at least with UKGC-licensed casinos players would have a form of recourse. The fact that these crypto banana havens even permit players to register outside their jurisdiction(s) sort of speaks for itself, and that they're accepting all and sundry, including those with gambling afflictions.

I guess the garden always looks rosy up until next door's poodle decides to take a crap in it

You can't play at these casinos simply because some UK busy body says so. That doesn't make those casinos necessarily bad ones.

I can go on holiday anywhere overseas and happily go into any casino and play at my hearts content without it being regulated by busy bodies in the UK. What is the difference online since those busy bodies in the UK don't own the internet?
 
The difference is, UKGC sites pay because they are properly regulated and obliged, as opposed to using ropey unlicensed sites that pay you if they choose to. Their decisons and terms are arbitrary in many cases and you rely soley on the goodwill of the operator which you may find is suddenly in short supply when you win big and discover some random term has been invoked, or there's a limit of 4k a month, or wins exceeding your aggregate deposits are ignored. Or a 'game malfunction' has occurred which cannot be sorted by the provider, because, ermm.. the games are counterfeit and not supported by the provider's back end. Or that old nasty 'bonus abuse' is invoked.

I suppose it's like ordering cheap Chinese stuff from Amazon at lower cost than the normal authentic product, which is great until they catch fire, or fall apart and it's time for recompense, restitution, when you discover the CE label is fake, the fire safety number is worthless and you go whingeing to people regarding comeback and they politely tell you "Fuck-off, you haven't got one..."

CAVEAT EMPTOR
 
The thing is - the majority of players will NOT do due diligence. They will see an offer, or link, and click it, and if they can sign up they believe it's ok. It's only in forums like this where we discuss these things - have educated players, and those players who have experience and know the difference between a UK licensed casino and not.
 
Perhaps the UKGC should change their slogo from "when the fun stops, stop playing at our online licensed casinos". It is no fun not having quick spins, not having autoplay, possibily restrict my play to £2 a spin, having to send in private financial documents to demonstrate that I have the funds to play etc.

No wonder that some players do switch to non UK licensed casinos. And I am not talking about players with gambling problems that have no option but to play at such casinos, but casual players that can afford to gamble but are totally pissed off with some of the draconian measures taking by the interfering UKGC.
 
No wonder that some players do switch to non UK licensed casinos. And I am not talking about players with gambling problems that have no option but to play at such casinos, but casual players that can afford to gamble but are totally pissed off with some of the draconian measures taking by the interfering UKGC.
I’m in that category. My £50 per week habit (and once it’s gone, session over) isn’t going to head me towards financial ruin. But even I’m made to feel like a problem gambler with all the safer gambling messages I constantly receive, time limit pop ups, and other scatter gun techniques used. I just want to have a few hours fun, maybe win a little extra money, or more likely lose my £50, without being made to feel like an addict. Offshore crypto casinos allow me to avoid all this.

I’ve found three such casinos which so far have shown to be reliable (as a casino can be). All three were recommended to me by other players. I withdrew the equivalent of $700 from one of them from a $60 deposit (including wagering a deposit bonus), and $500 from another from a $60 deposit. All without an ounce of hassle. They aren’t large amounts, but neither are my deposits. If they were ever to give me grief when withdrawing, I’m only exposed with $60 in real terms. I’d be gutted, but it wouldn’t be the end of the world.

Anyway…I am an example of a non problem, low stakes casual player who should fly under the radar of most of the UKGC regulations, yet I’ve been compelled to head offshore. Something is not working UKGC, as if you care.
 
Still not seeing valid reason for playing at clipto-crypto joints other than "I'm alright Jack" :laugh:

I get it, the UKGC blows major ass, and have taken a flamethrower to any sort of enjoyment in this pastime, and seem intent on neutering it completely - yet surely that's just as prevalent in many other walks of life, where people are being nannied to death 'for their own good'.

People are of course completely free to make that choice and defect to places that are willing to forego any sort of player protection, as is their right. Come ye, come ye, for all are welcome etc

But people need to remember that most of the 'classic' days of slotting are long gone, RTPs are on the slide, games are becoming unplayable and attritional, and that however irksome, 3-second spin delays and lack of Autospin aren't the root of problem. Lack of game creativity and designers' greed however is, and they're here to stay!

It's simply a placebo effect, to counter the UKGC's cock-ups, as players used to recoil at even the merest mention of unlicensed establishments.

Kudos to the UKGC completely fumbling the football 👏

I have no doubt that in small doses, and with minor amounts being paid out by these unlicensed places, everything will appear fine, as it often also is with rogue-like antics of certain casinos. Just don't be cryin' into your cup of cocoa when the amounts get larger, and the delightfully creamy cocoa you thought were drinking turned out to be dung tea!

And I'm not sure that giving these unlicensed places one's money is of any benefit to the industry here- or what's left of it, anyway. When surely casinos and players that want to see slotting restored to some degree, in their jurisdictions, should be making themselves heard and combining to make the UKGC & co take heed, surely?.....
 
Many play dont know Many T/C before even they make deposit to Crypto, first 95% of Crypto Wallet dont like ppl use there wallet for Gambling ( they can close your account if they find out and lose all the money you have on wallet), Another Rules Wallet they have they will report you to Tax Office if you spend over £3500/£4000 per year, every wallet charger from 3% to 6% before even making deposit on Crypto Casino, You need to have good VPN will cost you from £60 up to £120 (most of free VPN dont open all games). Crypto Casino they got min withdraw like £100/ £200 if you do smaller Withdraw you get charger, Playing on Bitcoin on crypto casino is the worst think you can do, your balance can go down coz of value of Bitcoin (never go up lol) If you win big is high risk they want pay you and you got 0 protection, Bonus offer are high they say 40x but you end up doing wagering 120x or more, I played on Stake many time they close 3 of my account using VPN coz they ask for ID, but they never block my withdraw only deposit got block, I also Played on Winz casino lol they find out I was playing from UK they did paid my balance of $1k and close my account
 
When surely casinos and players that want to see slotting restored to some degree, in their jurisdictions, should be making themselves heard and combining to make the UKGC & co take heed, surely?.....
You make some really reasonable points, but the above quote is the crux of the problem. The UKGC don’t care about you, me, nor any other player. Their operative appears to be to make ambiguous and questionable regulations. The sort of regulations that they are able to catch casinos out in order to demand high penalties.

If you can work out how to get the UKGC to listen to us players then you’d have the ear of a lot of us. And I don’t mean the kind of “listening” they did in terms of the autospin change.
 

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