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Now that i'm bit coin certified

Discussion in 'America the Beautiful' started by rockycatt, Apr 25, 2016.

    Apr 25, 2016
  1. rockycatt

    rockycatt meistercatt CAG MM

    Occupation:
    carpenter
    Location:
    Boston
    with all the cloaking ,covering my tracks etc. that goes on with all bit coin accounts regarding deposited and with drawl's why should there be ANY concerns about documentation if you are boned up to the security measures it takes to be a certified bitcoin account holder

    do you think depositing and cashing out should go as anonymous as the bit coin world is in regards to the casino replying to taking your action and paying relying solely and only that player is a cyber resident
     
  2. Apr 25, 2016
  3. KasinoKing

    KasinoKing WebMeister & Slotaholic.. CAG MM PABnonaccred webmeister

    Occupation:
    House-Husband and Casino Advisor
    Location:
    Bexhill on sea, England
    Yes, that is a fair question, and in my mind it would make a lot of sense. :thumbsup:
    However, I can't see the casinos giving up their right to verify if a player really is who they say they are.

    I opened a BitCoin account myself a few weeks ago, but I haven't used it yet. I am also in the process of adding pages to my sites about this banking method for online casinos - so if anyone has any experience using Btc I would appreciate any feedback (from anyone) about how easy/hard it is to use.

    Cheers,
    KK
     
  4. Apr 26, 2016
  5. rockycatt

    rockycatt meistercatt CAG MM

    Occupation:
    carpenter
    Location:
    Boston
    pretty much like using past& pay to me it's way more simple than I thought
     
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  6. Apr 28, 2016
  7. missmichelle

    missmichelle Meister Member

    Occupation:
    homemaker
    Location:
    Tucson AZ
    I actually like bitcoin now. The deposits are quick and easy and I withdrew from bitcoin to my debit card and it was there in two days. I hope it sticks around.

    Good luck!

    Michelle
     
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  8. May 14, 2016
  9. mjmetz

    mjmetz Experienced Member webby MM PABaccred

    Occupation:
    consultant
    Location:
    United States
    In a word, NO. This could bypass or obfuscate reasonable protections via rules, T&C, etc, that should be in place for buyer and seller in any legitimate marketplace, casino or otherwise. Two parties with reasonably verified identities have established in theory a more trusted relationship than a guy buying a hotdog from a street vendor. Funds in and out is a separate issue. If I want to make a deposit for rockycatt because I owe him for lunch it should be fine. Bitcoin is not truly anonymous anyway, period. The blockchain is public, every single transaction. Various groups have profiled out identities from transactions with old school detective type work, including the US Government. Bitcoin was intended to be the most stable and flexible fiat currency ever created, as in theory its value in relationship to other currencies should follow world economic trends as a whole ultimately, not any one country.
     
  10. May 14, 2016
  11. nisosbar

    nisosbar Ueber Meister PABnonaccred

    Occupation:
    Other
    Location:
    Right here
    It's not anonymous, but the currency is not centrally controlled. That makes all the difference.
     
  12. May 14, 2016
  13. geordiecolin

    geordiecolin Senior Member CAG PABnononaccred mm4

    Occupation:
    Manager
    Location:
    West Sussex
    I would just like to remind folk that it is illegal to deface,drill through or cut into portions the Queens coinage under Section 10 of the Coinage Act 1971. Unless your assured of profiting by more than the £400 fine its just not worth the risk
     
  14. May 14, 2016
  15. mjmetz

    mjmetz Experienced Member webby MM PABaccred

    Occupation:
    consultant
    Location:
    United States
    It makes a difference, yes. That could actually be a huge discussion in and of itself. We on the internet all have virtual identities. I have many. You can't blame a merchant for wanting more credible person identity to make a unique customer. Otherwise you could have four virtual people disputing a transaction or wanting a refund, asking for payment, etc. The potential for fraud permutations would be enormous.
     
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