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    Default I'm having trouble finding a couple of slots programmes to get started.

    I've got pretty minimal requirements at the moment. All I need is

    Four or five slots games
    Payment using Bitcoin
    Reasonable activity stats
    A sponsor that won't chuck me out whilst I get up to speed.
    A few banners and images to brighten my site.

    I keep hitting walls such as.

    No UK affiliates
    No Bitcoin payments
    Bad comments on GPWA
    An unattractive site
    Reprts of unfriendly behaviour.

    I'm getting to the stage that I feel I should sign up to a non-Bitcoin site to get started, and donate my ( probably minimal ) income to charity. If the site starts to get results, I can then sell it here.

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    Take a look at deckmedia
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    Have you thought about Omnislots? They accept Bitcoin, have Netent, Microgaming, Amatic, Endorphina and more as providers and are very reliable.

    Edit: are you purely focusing on the UK? They do not have a UK license.

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    I also recommend Deckmedia. I've been working with them for over 10 years and have never had any issues with them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vegas Roll View Post
    I've got pretty minimal requirements at the moment. All I need is

    Four or five slots games
    Payment using Bitcoin
    Reasonable activity stats
    A sponsor that won't chuck me out whilst I get up to speed.
    A few banners and images to brighten my site.

    I keep hitting walls such as.

    No UK affiliates
    No Bitcoin payments
    Bad comments on GPWA
    An unattractive site
    Reprts of unfriendly behaviour.

    I'm getting to the stage that I feel I should sign up to a non-Bitcoin site to get started, and donate my ( probably minimal ) income to charity. If the site starts to get results, I can then sell it here.
    Hello there,

    Have a look at SlotoCash / Deckmedia like the others have mentioned on here. They are certainly a fantastic Casino Affiliate Program to do business with and Paul the Affiliate Manager is extremely responsive and is always ready to help you out with whatever you might need. They are highly recommended.

    The very best of luck to you!

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    Is "Payment using Bitcoin" a must-have requirement for you?
    I think with that you are ruling out 80%+ of the affiliate programs. Most of them will only pay via Bank Transfer / Neteller, perhaps Skrill etc.

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    Hey VegasRoll, drop me an email. I think we probably have a couple of other options for you. DeckMedia which the others suggested is a good choice to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by petimi View Post
    Is "Payment using Bitcoin" a must-have requirement for you?
    I think with that you are ruling out 80%+ of the affiliate programs. Most of them will only pay via Bank Transfer / Neteller, perhaps Skrill etc.
    80% of my programs pay via bitcoin

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    What about Bitstarz, Bitcasino.io, Playamo?
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    Many thanks to the helpful guys on the membership staff for reviving my old Ace Fun account. I gather Vegas Roll will be merged into it, and the Vegas account closed. So I'm afraid there will be no more Vegas sushi roll with lobster and other goodies, It will have to be the standard poker cards, but at least they will be aces.

    I'm going to have to put a landing page on the old Ace Fun site which was redirecting. Once I've done that, i'll go through all the helpful suggestions. Many thanks to everybody for the advice in this thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by petimi View Post
    Is "Payment using Bitcoin" a must-have requirement for you?
    I think with that you are ruling out 80%+ of the affiliate programs. Most of them will only pay via Bank Transfer / Neteller, perhaps Skrill etc.
    What alternatives are there? The Euro is only a temporary currency created to save the revaluation of the DM, and no use to me. The dollar is having problems, and the sanctions the US is imposing will only hurt the US and strengthen the "victims". The Ruble and the Renminbi are strengthening, but aren't options. Sterling would be fine, but I'm trying to get away from savings in fiat currencies.

    Bitcoin seems tyo be a great medium for the storage of wealth, and I believe it should be a part of everybody's savings. Domain names are another great investment imho, but they aren't a payment option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ace Fun View Post
    I've got pretty minimal requirements at the moment. All I need is

    Four or five slots games
    Payment using Bitcoin
    Reasonable activity stats
    A sponsor that won't chuck me out whilst I get up to speed.
    A few banners and images to brighten my site.

    I keep hitting walls such as.

    No UK affiliates
    No Bitcoin payments
    Bad comments on GPWA
    An unattractive site
    Reprts of unfriendly behaviour.

    I'm getting to the stage that I feel I should sign up to a non-Bitcoin site to get started, and donate my ( probably minimal ) income to charity. If the site starts to get results, I can then sell it here.
    Hello again,

    Also, check out Slotland (slotland.eu) and Slotastic (https://www.slotastic.com/) Casinos. They're also very good and highly recommendable. I would go with Slotland for the win here over Slotastic Casino.

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    Thanks to everybody for their helpful suggestions, I decided to sign up with Deckmedia as a start. They seem to have a good range of products, and some useful marketing aids. I'll see how I get on with my site building, and look for some more sponsors when I understand a bit more about the industry as it is at the moment.

    I'm in the UK ( England), and it looks as if there are a lot of government regulations that I need to consider.

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    What a minefield there is in this industry now. I thought I would look at some poker sponsors over coffee, and after reading a few reviews, I thought I would look at fullflush poker. The first visit to their website was enough. "caveat emptor" seems to be "caveat emptier" at the moment.

    I'm looking at the ignition poker room at the moment
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