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  1. So, you may or may not have checked your email this afternoon but I've just had one off Skril to say they're now accepting cryptocurrency. You can buy and sell instantly from 40 flat currencies to Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin or Ether. Am I right in thinking then, once you've excganged it back to your account currency you can just use it as normal money then? Also I thought bitcoin was anonomys, is it not when you're buying and selling through Skrill?
  2. Dear friends, I want to collect statistical data for scientific work, and I want to know how many people use cryptocurrency in the casino sphere? If not difficult to answer please take a look here: - What do you think about the fact that the casino can play on the crypto currency and your attitude to this? - Is it important for you what kind of cryptocurrency to pay? (ETH, BTC, LTC e.t.c.) - Is it better to pay with cryptocurrency than with real money or is it still better with traditional methods? Thank you, waiting for your comments.
  3. I have been playing at Bitcoin casino for a while now and have had a decent experience. Today I made a small deposit to enjoy the casino and went straight to book of dead and after 3 spins realized balance was going down fast. I checked my bet and decided to lower the amount and realized it was the lowest amont. Inr 100 is minimum bet for me which is $1.4. Ridiculous for me. I then changed currency to USD and Eur and the minimum bet is $1 and €1. Chat said this decision is my casino and we can't do anything about it.
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  6. How Bitcoin Is Disrupting The Online Gambling IndustryGambling expands its horizons to break out into our phones, computers, and tablets. People no longer need any casinos to try their luck at winning some good cash. As a result, numerous transaction methods and payment trends emerge, taking the bitcoin industry by storm. These new tendencies, other than chips and currency bills, are now reshaping payments in the gambling world. Bitcoin is the major casino newcomer. This relatively new type of currency is setting standards and opening up new opportunities for the future of payment processing. Bitcoin casinos are becoming more and more popular among players. Paving its way towards gambling, bitcoin began setting the trends in payments. Just a few years ago, it was prevalent in the underground gambling only. As time passed by, bitcoin kept slowly but surely making its way into the open gambling. In result, bitcoin carved its own place among trends for the future of payment processing as a legitimate and reliable currency. As a clever way of targeting more clients, online casino operators have also welcomed cryptocurrency. That’s why bitcoin continued taking over fast, becoming one of the hottest trends in payments of 2018. Despite bitcoin’s rapidly growing popularity, the majority of new gamblers are not well-informed about new trends in payments in the gambling industry. As a new player using bitcoin at casinos, you need to be aware of the main facts reshaping the gambling industry. Luckily, this article has everything you need already covered. Payment Trends in the Gaming Industry in 2018When casino players are introduced to an alternative payment method, the first thing they want to know is how efficient it is when it comes to payment and funds withdrawal. The more practical the trends in payments are, the more likely they will be accepted. For this reason, bitcoin has taken the gambling industry by storm, spearheading trends in payments in 2018. Nowadays, bitcoin is among the latest trends in payments industries, as it is leading the way for cashless payment forms. Cryptocurrency is rapidly changing the trends in payments in 2018, getting a lot of play. More people continue to venture into bitcoin mining. Some of them do so to earn extra income, while others want to keep up with the impressive trends for the future of payment processing. One thing is clear: bitcoin has successfully set itself apart from the rest of the top trends in payments. Why bitcoin is worth a shot for casinosAs payments industry trends forecast, bitcoin may become the leading payment method in a short while. Since bitcoin can be divided into numerous sections and compared to other payments industry trends, people have a chance to get their hands dirty in the game. Contrary to normal currencies, bitcoin payments don’t make you pay any transaction fees. Though this is a strong factor, there are some other reasons explaining why this virtual currency is leading among other payments industry trends. They include but are not limited to: Ease of use Flexibility Anonymity Ability to make transactions from any part of the world How to buy, deposit and withdraw bitcoin?Buying bitcoins is possible only if you have an e-wallet. In lay terms, buying bitcoin is almost the same as opening a bank account. It involves a few simple steps: Find a bitcoin wallet and register. Link your bitcoin wallet to your bank account. Purchase bitcoin. Each bitcoin is worth a certain valueHow we pay in the future requires the safe use of money. Depositing bitcoin entails keying in your wallet information on your casino deposit page. It allows you to specify how much money you intend to use to play in the casino. Funds withdrawal happens the same way. During the process, you are required to visit the casino’s online platform, fill in your information, and check out the withdrawal tab. As a player, you will be asked to provide your bitcoin address and the value of bitcoin to withdraw. Bitcoin processing is pretty fast and takes a maximum of 24 hours to transfer. Challenges driven by the use of bitcoin in casinosJust like any other latest trends in the payments industry, bitcoin has some skeletons in the closet. The bitcoin payment industry trends are overwhelmed with challenges. The listed below problems may affect businesses that make bitcoin their primary source of income. Scamming. Lack or poor licensing and documentation. Lack of stability due to the increased criminal activity. Big-games-big-risks issue. Despite bitcoin’s growing popularity, it’s difficult to forecast how we’ll pay in the future. All modern trends in payments turn around the traditional currency. Though bitcoin processing is thriving in some sectors, it is still making slow strides in the world of gambling. Only a few casinos accept bitcoins today. As you can see, using bitcoin as a payment method is a pretty controversial thing. On the one hand, these trends reshaping payments have numerous risks due to their virtual nature. Online criminals can find their way into bitcoin wallets, getting away with all your money. On the other hand, online casinos give digital currency impressive positive feedback. Bitcoin is fully secure, anonymous, and convenient payment method. As more and more people welcome the use of virtual currency, bitcoin continues to grow, taking a significant turn towards the cashless society. These trends are reshaping payments and gaining their necessary momentum now. In the nearest future, they may take over to compete with other payment industry trends. Though cash still dominates in our day-to-day spending, other trends keep emerging as well. With bitcoin’s growing popularity, businesses are slowly but surely coming around to the fact that bitcoin is here to stay.
  7. Hey guys! So I am a regular player at Ignition and Bovada. Every bitcoin withdraw request from both have been processed and deposited with 24 hours give or take a couple hours. How long do the withdraws take qt Cafe casino usually? I have only made one withdraw and it was a couple years ago and it took 5 days to receive my bitcoin. Any info would be awesome!
  8. Hi I want to play on cbet with a bonus soon but I was wondering if I will need to verify my info there? I want to deposit bitcoin and hopefully withdraw some bitcoin. Will the site ask me to verify my info or will I be able to remain anonymous?
  9. This is a contributed post by Bill Harris, former CEO of Intuit and founding CEO of PayPal and Personal Capital. I’m tired of saying, “Be careful, it’s speculative.” Then, “Be careful, it’s gambling.” Then, “Be careful, it’s a bubble.” Okay, I’ll say it: Bitcoin is a scam. In my opinion, it’s a colossal pump-and-dump scheme, the likes of which the world has never seen. In a pump-and-dump game, promoters “pump” up the price of a security creating a speculative frenzy, then “dump” some of their holdings at artificially high prices. And some cryptocurrencies are pure frauds. Ernst & Young estimates that 10 percent of the money raised for initial coin offerings has been stolen. The losers are ill-informed buyers caught up in the spiral of greed. The result is a massive transfer of wealth from ordinary families to internet promoters. And “massive” is a massive understatement — 1,500 different cryptocurrencies now register over $300 billion of “value.” It helps to understand that a bitcoin has no value at all. Promoters claim cryptocurrency is valuable as (1) a means of payment, (2) a store of value and/or (3) a thing in itself. None of these claims are true. 1. Means of Payment. Bitcoins are accepted almost nowhere, and some cryptocurrencies nowhere at all. Even where accepted, a currency whose value can swing 10 percent or more in a single day is useless as a means of payment. 2. Store of Value. Extreme price volatility also makes bitcoin undesirable as a store of value. And the storehouses — the cryptocurrency trading exchanges — are far less reliable and trustworthy than ordinary banks and brokers. 3. Thing in Itself. A bitcoin has no intrinsic value. It only has value if people think other people will buy it for a higher price — the Greater Fool theory. Cryptocurrency is best-suited for one use: Criminal activity. Because transactions can be anonymous — law enforcement cannot easily trace who buys and sells — its use is dominated by illegal endeavors. Most heavy users of bitcoin are criminals, such as Silk Road and WannaCry ransomware. Too many bitcoin exchanges have experienced spectacular heists, such as NiceHash and Coincheck, or outright fraud, such as Mt. Gox and Bitfunder. Way too many Initial Coin Offerings are scams — 418 of the 902 ICOs in 2017 have already failed. Hackers are getting into the act. It’s estimated that 90 percent of all remote hacking is now focused on bitcoin theft by commandeering other people’s computers to mine coins. Even ordinary buyers are flouting the law. Tax law requires that every sale of cryptocurrency be recorded as a capital gain or loss and, of course, most bitcoin sellers fail to do so. The IRS recently ordered one major exchange to produce records of every significant transaction. And yet, a prominent Silicon Valley promoter of bitcoin proclaims that “Bitcoin is going to transform society ... Bitcoin’s been very resilient. It stayed alive during a very difficult time when there was the Silk Road mess, when Mt.Gox stole all that Bitcoin ...” He argues the criminal activity shows that bitcoin is strong. I’d say it shows that bitcoin is used for criminal activity. Bitcoin transactions are sometimes promoted as instant and nearly free, but they’re often relatively slow and expensive. It takes about an hour for a bitcoin transaction to be confirmed, and the bitcoin system is limited to five transactions per second. MasterCard can process 38,000 per second. Transferring $100 from one person to another costs about $6 using a cryptocurrency exchange, and well less than $1 using an electronic check. Bitcoin is absurdly wasteful of natural resources. Because it is so compute-intensive, it takes as much electricity to create a single bitcoin — a process called “mining” — as it does to power an average American household for two years. If bitcoin were used for a large portion of the world’s commerce (which won’t happen), it would consume a very large portion of the world’s electricity, diverting scarce power from useful purposes. All of this would be a comic sideshow if innocent people weren’t at risk. But ordinary people are investing some of their life savings in cryptocurrency. One stock brokerage is encouraging its customers to purchase bitcoin for their retirement accounts! Source: https://www.recode.net/2018/4/24/17275202/bitcoin-scam-cryptocurrency-mining-pump-dump-fraud-ico-value
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  12. There are so many of you that do not actually know how Bitcoin first came to life, or what cryptocurrency is, or what Blockchain is all about, so here’s a very interesting abstract from ‘Beyond the Bitcoin Bubble’: You can read the entire long article at this link from The New York Times Magazine: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/01/16/magazine/beyond-the-bitcoin-bubble.html?utm_source=pocket&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=pockethits By STEVEN JOHNSON JAN. 16, 2018 layer innocent nothing argue pottery winner cotton menu task slim merge maid The sequence of words is meaningless: a random array strung together by an algorithm let loose in an English dictionary. What makes them valuable is that they’ve been generated exclusively for me, by a software tool called MetaMask. In the lingo of cryptography, they’re known as my seed phrase. They might read like an incoherent stream of consciousness, but these words can be transformed into a key that unlocks a digital bank account, or even an online identity. It just takes a few more steps. On the screen, I’m instructed to keep my seed phrase secure: Write it down, or keep it in a secure place on your computer. I scribble the 12 words onto a notepad, click a button and my seed phrase is transformed into a string of 64 seemingly patternless characters: 1b0be2162cedb2744d016943bb14e71de6af95a63af3790d6b41b1e719dc5c66 This is what’s called a “private key” in the world of cryptography: a way of proving identity, in the same, limited way that real-world keys attest to your identity when you unlock your front door. My seed phrase will generate that exact sequence of characters every time, but there’s no known way to reverse-engineer the original phrase from the key, which is why it is so important to keep the seed phrase in a safe location. That private key number is then run through two additional transformations, creating a new string: 0x6c2ecd6388c550e8d99ada34a1cd55bedd052ad9 That string is my address on the Ethereum blockchain. Ethereum belongs to the same family as the cryptocurrency Bitcoin, whose value has increased more than 1,000 percent in just the past year. Ethereum has its own currencies, most notably Ether, but the platform has a wider scope than just money. You can think of my Ethereum address as having elements of a bank account, an email address and a Social Security number. For now, it exists only on my computer as an inert string of nonsense, but the second I try to perform any kind of transaction — say, contributing to a crowdfunding campaign or voting in an online referendum — that address is broadcast out to an improvised worldwide network of computers that tries to verify the transaction. The results of that verification are then broadcast to the wider network again, where more machines enter into a kind of competition to perform complex mathematical calculations, the winner of which gets to record that transaction in the single, canonical record of every transaction ever made in the history of Ethereum. Because those transactions are registered in a sequence of “blocks” of data, that record is called the blockchain. The whole exchange takes no more than a few minutes to complete. From my perspective, the experience barely differs from the usual routines of online life. But on a technical level, something miraculous is happening — something that would have been unimaginable just a decade ago. I’ve managed to complete a secure transaction without any of the traditional institutions that we rely on to establish trust. No intermediary brokered the deal; no social-media network captured the data from my transaction to better target its advertising; no credit bureau tracked the activity to build a portrait of my financial trustworthiness. The first hint of a meaningful challenge to the closed-protocol era arrived in 2008, not long after Zuckerberg opened the first international headquarters for his growing company. A mysterious programmer (or group of programmers) going by the name Satoshi Nakamoto circulated a paper on a cryptography mailing list. The paper was called “Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System,” and in it, Nakamoto outlined an ingenious system for a digital currency that did not require a centralized trusted authority to verify transactions. At the time, Facebook and Bitcoin seemed to belong to entirely different spheres — one was a booming venture-backed social-media start-up that let you share birthday greetings and connect with old friends, while the other was a byzantine scheme for cryptographic currency from an obscure email list. But 10 years later, the ideas that Nakamoto unleashed with that paper now pose the most significant challenge to the hegemony of InternetTwo giants like Facebook. The paradox about Bitcoin is that it may well turn out to be a genuinely revolutionary breakthrough and at the same time a colossal failure as a currency. As I write, Bitcoin has increased in value by nearly 100,000 percent over the past five years, making a fortune for its early investors but also branding it as a spectacularly unstable payment mechanism. The process for creating new Bitcoins has also turned out to be a staggering energy drain. History is replete with stories of new technologies whose initial applications end up having little to do with their eventual use. All the focus on Bitcoin as a payment system may similarly prove to be a distraction, a technological red herring. Nakamoto pitched Bitcoin as a “peer-to-peer electronic-cash system” in the initial manifesto, but at its heart, the innovation he (or she or they) was proposing had a more general structure, with two key features. First, Bitcoin offered a kind of proof that you could create a secure database — the blockchain — scattered across hundreds or thousands of computers, with no single authority controlling and verifying the authenticity of the data. Second, Nakamoto designed Bitcoin so that the work of maintaining that distributed ledger was itself rewarded with small, increasingly scarce Bitcoin payments. If you dedicated half your computer’s processing cycles to helping the Bitcoin network get its math right — and thus fend off the hackers and scam artists — you received a small sliver of the currency. Nakamoto designed the system so that Bitcoins would grow increasingly difficult to earn over time, ensuring a certain amount of scarcity in the system. If you helped Bitcoin keep that database secure in the early days, you would earn more Bitcoin than later arrivals. This process has come to be called “mining.” The blockchain world proposes something different. Imagine some group like Protocol Labs decides there’s a case to be made for adding another “basic layer” to the stack. Just as GPS gave us a way of discovering and sharing our location, this new protocol would define a simple request: I am here and would like to go there. A distributed ledger might record all its users’ past trips, credit cards, favorite locations — all the metadata that services like Uber or Amazon use to encourage lock-in. Call it, for the sake of argument, the Transit protocol. The standards for sending a Transit request out onto the internet would be entirely open; anyone who wanted to build an app to respond to that request would be free to do so. Cities could build Transit apps that allowed taxi drivers to field requests. But so could bike-share collectives, or rickshaw drivers. Developers could create shared marketplace apps where all the potential vehicles using Transit could vie for your business. When you walked out on the sidewalk and tried to get a ride, you wouldn’t have to place your allegiance with a single provider before hailing. You would simply announce that you were standing at 67th and Madison and needed to get to Union Square. And then you’d get a flurry of competing offers. You could even theoretically get an offer from the M.T.A., which could build a service to remind Transit users that it might be much cheaper and faster just to jump on the 6 train. Like the original internet itself, the blockchain is an idea with radical — almost communitarian — possibilities that at the same time has attracted some of the most frivolous and regressive appetites of capitalism. We spent our first years online in a world defined by open protocols and intellectual commons; we spent the second phase in a world increasingly dominated by closed architectures and proprietary databases. We have learned enough from this history to support the hypothesis that open works better than closed, at least where base-layer issues are concerned. But we don’t have an easy route back to the open-protocol era. Some messianic next-generation internet protocol is not likely to emerge out of Department of Defense research, the way the first-generation internet did nearly 50 years ago. Yes, the blockchain may seem like the very worst of speculative capitalism right now, and yes, it is demonically challenging to understand. But the beautiful thing about open protocols is that they can be steered in surprising new directions by the people who discover and champion them in their infancy. Right now, the only real hope for a revival of the open-protocol ethos lies in the blockchain. Whether it eventually lives up to its egalitarian promise will in large part depend on the people who embrace the platform, who take up the baton, as Juan Benet puts it, from those early online pioneers. If you think the internet is not working in its current incarnation, you can’t change the system through think-pieces and F.C.C. regulations alone. You need new code.
  13. Not many people would be aware of the latest hot news, except for cryptocurrency users, be it Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, or any other. What's the latest news? Cryptocurrencies had a bad crash last week, falling by over 30% of their values. Bitcoin. for example, lost about 33%. Casinos that accept cryptocurrencies for deposits would surely have felt a great pinch from the crash, simply because it would mean a great sudden drop in their earnings, which can be very serious, to say the least! Red Pingwin Casino has stopped accepting Bitcoin for deposits, and I applaud this move by the casino! Better stop the losses now than face an even greater one in the near future! Well, I have never been a believer of any cryptocurrency, especially Bitcoin, all for very personal reasons of course, but I pity any AG members who may have suffered from the crash. Users have lost their shirts, so to speak, some have even lost their shirts and pants, so will they lose even more? Well, if you ask me, if they go on believing in this money-on-air thing, they will, in due time! The CEO and founder of Litecoin cryptocurrency, recently dumped ALL of his shares in Litecoin, giving a huge portion of his shares to charitable organisations, with one very good advice..."don't keep the coins...exchange them for real cash ASAP!!!" Now..what does that tell you???!!! To me, it simply means more bad things are on the way! So get out before it is too late!!!
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