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    Default Top Ranked Bitcoin Gambling Sites of 2018

    https://bitcoingamblingsites.io/ is our bitcoin gambling guide that provides reviews of the Top Ranked Bitcoin Gambling Sites of 2018. Right now we only have about 8 bitcoin casinos listed on this site and are looking for feedback from other gambling affiliates as to which bitcoin gambling websites have done well for you so far. Bitstarz Casino seems to be one of the better bitcoin casinos for us and the Betting partners group of casino sites are also doing pretty well too. However there are a lot of smaller bitcoin gambling sites out there and I imagine some of them are performing well while the majority are not converting or even worse not taking good care of their layers. We only want to list the very best bitcoin casinos so I would really appreciate any feedback that you might have if you're a bitcoin gambling affiliate and can share your two cents. Thanks in advance for your replies!
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    The problem with softswiss casinos is that they hide the deposits, I personally do best with regular casinos that have a BTC option, they nearly always have a better software selection, I was offered the 70% revshare deals and they thought they could pull a fast one on me and try and ignore my question about real revshare... what I have seen is a new generation of programs creating fees on something which should be at minimum..

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    We have started working with a few operators that offer commission on turnover. In the crypto space that seems to work well, and you dont have to worry about the negative carry-over or shady "fees". Also they offer withdrawals at any time, the affiliate cops the fee but its pretty small ( a small price to pay for having the coin in your hand ).

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    Quote Originally Posted by latrobet View Post
    We have started working with a few operators that offer commission on turnover. In the crypto space that seems to work well, and you dont have to worry about the negative carry-over or shady "fees". Also they offer withdrawals at any time, the affiliate cops the fee but its pretty small ( a small price to pay for having the coin in your hand ).

    We have a partner like that but the turnover pay seems rather crappy IMO. We ran the numbers of our traditional sites handles vs earnings over a 2 year sample and we crushed what we would have earned via turnover. In some cases by 10x as much....
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    Is it possible to withdraw in EUR from casinos accepting BTC for deposits in general?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PROFRBcom View Post
    We have a partner like that but the turnover pay seems rather crappy IMO. We ran the numbers of our traditional sites handles vs earnings over a 2 year sample and we crushed what we would have earned via turnover. In some cases by 10x as much....
    You can understand why they do turnover model though as most crypto sportsbooks allow for anonymous registration, it would be pretty easy for an affiliate to bet both sides of the line and get the com on the loosing side.

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    As Bitcoin is declining in its value again, the popularity of such casinos will also decline, according to my opinion.

    BitStarz is the best casino yet to play for Bitcoins. You can work with such casinos: BetChain, 7Bit Casino, CloudBit, mBit, Bob Casino.

    On this site https://bitcoingamblingsites.io/bitcoin-casinos/, there is a lack of full reviews of your casinos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wonderpunter View Post
    The problem with softswiss casinos is that they hide the deposits, I personally do best with regular casinos that have a BTC option, they nearly always have a better software selection, I was offered the 70% revshare deals and they thought they could pull a fast one on me and try and ignore my question about real revshare... what I have seen is a new generation of programs creating fees on something which should be at minimum..
    Can you share the regular casinos with BTC option you are talking about? Thanks!

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    Never had problems with sites like BetChain, FortuneJack, mBit Casino and Crypto-Games.net for example.

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    Can you share the regular casinos with BTC option you are talking about? Thanks!
    We work with mbet.io and cloudbet.com. We are considering adding sportsbet.io.

    They all have pros and cons, mbet.io is the only crypto sportsbook to offer racing and racing has the best turnover per punter, cloudbet.com has rather large limits which is good for the turnover and sportsbet.io has been developing their product for the past few years and it is starting to look good.

    I hope that helps.

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    Are, to your mind, blockchain casinos credible? I`ve found this article https://europeangaming.eu/portal/pre...-as-las-vegas/ but I can`t imagine how it works. Has anybody heard about LEAP protocol and Golle algorithm?

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    https://cryptocasinos.cc is our crypto gambling guide, and we have never had issues with any of the casinos (as a player) we recommend on our guide.

    According to me, the most critical thing is to be able to see the deposit and withdrawal amounts, but most of the casinos do not show this data to us.

    The more transparent data it offers, the better the program!

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    https://bitcoingamblingsites.io/ is our bitcoin gambling guide that provides reviews of the Top Ranked Bitcoin Gambling Sites of 2018. Right now we only have about 8 bitcoin casinos listed on this site and are looking for feedback from other gambling affiliates as to which bitcoin gambling websites have done well for you so far. Bitstarz Casino seems to be one of the better bitcoin casinos for us and the Betting partners group of casino sites are also doing pretty well too. However there are a lot of smaller bitcoin gambling sites out there and I imagine some of them are performing well while the majority are not converting or even worse not taking good care of their layers. We only want to list the very best bitcoin casinos so I would really appreciate any feedback that you might have if you're a bitcoin gambling affiliate and can share your two cents. Thanks in advance for your replies!

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    Quote Originally Posted by slotsonlinecanada View Post
    As Bitcoin is declining in its value again, the popularity of such casinos will also decline, according to my opinion.
    I don't agree, we have seen the numbers go up with the decline in value. When the price was rising every day why would someone risk the BTC. Now the price is a little more unstable people are willing to gamble. In particular we have seen a huge increase in our referrals from sub Saharan Africa betting on horse and dog racing. Alot of the African community where attracted to the meteoric rise of Bitcoin, now they are trying to replicate it with gambling.

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    I completely agree with you. Additionally, investors of Bitcoin and players of gambling shows similar risk-taking characteristics.

    So literally, they are all in search of a speculative and marginal income. So there is not a negative scenario for online gambling.

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    I don't agree, we have seen the numbers go up with the decline in value. When the price was rising every day why would someone risk the BTC. Now the price is a little more unstable people are willing to gamble. In particular we have seen a huge increase in our referrals from sub Saharan Africa betting on horse and dog racing. Alot of the African community where attracted to the meteoric rise of Bitcoin, now they are trying to replicate it with gambling.

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    They are as secure as the traditional casinos are. Only Provably Fair technology increased the fairness and security level to one step higher. You may see the details here: https://cryptocasinos.cc/provably-fair.

    I have read about it and I am on their waiting list. let's what will be the outcome.

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