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    Default Does anyone have experience with Bitcoin casinos?

    Hello All, I am looking for honest feedback from players, affiliates and industry executives on online casinos accepting bitcoins as a payment form. Our experience with online gambling sites accepting fiat currencies started in 2001. We've seen the casino industry online rise and fall several times over the past 15+ years during our active involvement with the business. Bitcoin casino sites started taking off quietly about 5 years ago while traditional online casinos were facing payment problems for players in the United States. Now there are lots of U.S. facing bitcoin only casinos and there are even combination fiat/bitcoin casinos accepting both forms of payments such as Bovada.

    Enter Bitcoin.Casino - our newest brand for bitcoin casino gamblers. As the expansion of online casinos sites accepting bitcoins and other altcoins continues we will be covering the cryptocurrency gambling industry with reviews of legit bitcoin casinos, wallets used for online bitcoin betting and the most recent news pertaining to gambling online with bitcoin.

    We need your help separating the legit bitcoin casinos and the rouge casinos online posing as legitimate gaming sites. Please share your experiences with bitcoin online casino sites whether they are good or bad. Your input will help us to make Bitcoin.Casino to most accurate and informative guide to bitcoin gambling on the Internet. Thanks a lot for sharing your thoughts and experiences with bitcoin gaming. The feedback is most useful and very much appreciated...

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    Bitcoin.Casino was the latest acquisition for our company, Casino Holdings INC. We publicly acquired Bitcoin.Casino in February of 2017. The website was originally developed by the previous owner and currently host over 75 reviews of established online casinos from Microgaming, BetSoft, NetEnt and other casino software providers.

    Next we are adding more casinos that only accept bitcoins. Which bitcoin casinos are the most trustworthy? Which ones do you recommend we review for our list? Thanks again for your honest feedback! We will be updating out list of bitcoin reviews weekly so constant with players and affiliates will help us stay on top of the latest trends and important news affecting us all. Please browse through our current site and provide any suggestions on ways the make it more useful and fun.

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    Hi Big Fish,

    Nice to see old school members coming back and posting here

    We work with all brands listed below and they are performing good for us.

    1. Slots.lv, Bovada, JoeFortune (Betting Partners group)
    2. InterTops
    3. RaggingBull

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    Quote Originally Posted by casinogamespro View Post
    Hi Big Fish,

    Nice to see old school members coming back and posting here

    We work with all brands listed below and they are performing good for us.

    1. Slots.lv, Bovada, JoeFortune (Betting Partners group)
    2. InterTops
    3. RaggingBull
    Thank you! Its great to be back too We are working with Bovada online casino and the betting partners group. They are a pretty great group of casinos. Whats the biggest BTC deposit bonus you've seen being offered by a Bitcoin casino? I've seen up to 1 BTC bonus so far but I've really just started looking around bitcoin betting sites very recently...
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    Yea! Good to see you again!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by elgoog View Post
    Yea! Good to see you again!!
    Hey elgoog, thanks! You were in London right? I recall seeing you there (I think?) but I had a few beers lol, did't get to really chat though... Are you working with any bitcoin gambling/casino sites these days? If so, which casinos do you recommend for betting bitcoins?
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    No conferences lately....
    Have been into btc yes, but not as in "casinos"
    And.... please warn us in advance if you are going to 'disappear" again

    Wishing you al the best!!

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    Affiliates looking to start working with bitcoins, can apply for VISA card, to cash out their bitcoins.
    https://www.bitcoincasinoaffiliates.com/ - the card is issued by SC finance and can be used almost with any currency you earn your commission with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by big fish View Post
    Enter Bitcoin.Casino - our newest brand for bitcoin casino gamblers. As the expansion of online casinos sites accepting bitcoins and other altcoins continues we will be covering the cryptocurrency gambling industry with reviews of legit bitcoin casinos, wallets used for online bitcoin betting and the most recent news pertaining to gambling online with bitcoin.
    Nice domain name of course, but i canīt understand why do you junk the niche idea?!
    If you review other "normal" casinos like Bet365 you lose any "Expert" advantage given by domain name.

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    Bitcoin Casino's is an area I will be looking into developing over the summer when the football stops.

    Bettingbitcoin.co.uk - is the current domain I hold, will definitely be a problem trying to separate the Good Casino's from the Bad.

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    Hello Big Fish, this is my first post but I have been browsing for a few days.
    Yes I do. I actually only promote bitcoin casinos, I am a bitcoin and crypto-currency junkie with some affiliate program and domain name success going back to 1999. I guess it was a match for promoting bitcoin casinos, that and I love to play on occasion.

    Bitcoin has made it so easy.. I can deposit instantly, withdraw instantly (depending on casino), then transfer my bitcoin to my Shift Visa and be able to spend or get cash out of an ATM within 3 confirmations (average 30 minutes). This beats the hell out of fiat currency in my mind. I feel the shift to online gambling is headed this way, but I am no way an expert here.

    Anyway, I only have experience with Cloudbet, Betcoin, and Bitstarz. I have played at all three and a recent affiliate of them as well. I have not had any problems as of yet as a player or affiliate, well I don't think anyway, although I am getting suspicious with betcoin and will need more advise here. For one they are not the best at customer service. I had a user sign up in january from organic search, their first deposit was a couple months later and earned me half a bitcoin ($650 or so) over a couple week period. I was quite excited and that is what got me to really start going. Anyway the commission stopped totally, yet I see the user is still online daily. They assure me the reporting is correct. Also, over the past week I sent them 40 new signups, so far only 1 has played and earned me commission ($4). I am too new in the casino biz to know if this can be normal, but it seems shady to me and I have stopped promoting betcoin for the time being.

    Cloudbet carries a negative affiliate balance forever, but has great reporting and you can withdraw instantly.
    Bitstarz is very new to me, but I hear great things, and see it is highly rated here. 7 sign-ups and 1 depositor so far.

    Let me know if you have any questions!

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    Congrats on the acquisition. I was aware of this widely publicized domain sale before. This is an example of a top exception to the "norm," in which the "keyword + new gTLD" is among the best and most useful compared to "the herd" of them, certainly for this industry. I have a small number of them myself. The only huge risk factor you have to consider, however, is that there is no price protection whatsoever with the new gTLDs. A lot of people may not be aware of that at all. Unlike with top legacy TLDs like .com, for instance, which still generally leads gTLDs by a thousand miles and certainly appears always likely to, by design the registries are allowed to jack up the prices as much as they want any time they want later on - after, for instance, you have invested a great deal of time and money in developing and branding them.

    There was already a huge "scandal" of sorts involving that very possibility just recently in fact.

    And as for my own experience with Bitcoin (in general, that is), I have had a bit now (sorry, pun intended ) and I like it, so in my opinion it can be a very good and desirable thing to use.
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    I trust in cloudbet affiliate. Even when I have a problem to get response from them recently. As said above, payouts are instant anytime, commissions change realtime. I even have there something like a small whale in casino. He lost like 20 btc. I would like to have cloudbet rep here on gpwa. They have a decent product with a great potencial. And they will be very much dependant on affiliates, which is good for cooperation. I also played there, won decent money. They limited me, but paid out everything. Their system sometimes falls down though (nonsense odds appear).

    I am very disappointed with nitrogen as affiliate. I even thing the tracking is not accurate. May be my doubt but I am almost sure I do not see some signups or NDP. They also do not anwser my emails.

    Last note: the only market for me where it makes sense for general public to promote bitcoin gambling is USA.
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    I agree. cloudbet is my favorite affiliate user experience. Every stat is real-time and instant, including withdrawals. They have been my favorite to play as well. I just know it has the lifetime negative carry over if some whale wins big that would not be good.

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    Well they are the only one who agreed with revenue share. Others have hot/cold, which is logical, because everybody can be an affiliate in few clicks. But this turnover based revenue with regular bettors is ****. If the btc bookies want to go on, they have to stop offer affiliate deal automatically to every player and focus on people who can really deliver them traffic and not their second account.

    It is a big flaw of that subniche. They should understand that bitcoin gambling is moving and new players will come more and more from outside world and not from hardcore bitcoiners.
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    What is hot/cold?
    I was certain betcoin and bitstarz are also revenue share.

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    Bitstarz are only casino? Talking about sportsbook. Yes betcoin has 20% starter, nothing extra but thx for the tip.

    hot/cold = commission derived from turnover (actually this is something that pinnacle affiliates years ago used, but I do not think it is accurate, so let's use just turnover based commission; sorry for confusion)
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    ok got it thank you. Yes I know my cloudbet sportsbook is commission off of turnover only, but the rest is revenue share. I should contact them about switching to full rev share on sportsbook, I know you can after 3 months. I only have one user so far using sportsbook, and it is very small transactions, I think both commission structures would have equaled out either way.

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    They switched me upfront. I have many regs, but hard to convert to real money players (harder than at US bookies where it is hard on default). But I think it will change as the people are getting used to btc.
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