Bitcoin casinos and free bitcoins

Drake Warrior

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Hi guys I'm just curious to see what your guys opinion is of Bitcoin casinos, and if any of you have had success earning free bitcoins through faucets ?
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UPStreaker

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Real money sounds and looks way better than bitcoins IMO, but in btc you can play anonymously so maybe someone needs that.
 

Bonus Hunter

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My mistake using a Bitcoin wallet was that I downloaded Bitcoin Core and I had to wait a long time to be able to "see" the bitcoins in the wallet but if you make a web bitcoin account it can be very easy.

I have to say that I am becoming a fan of bitcoins because it is very simple to deposit and cashout. In my case, at 7BitCasino the withdrawal took 4 hours to be processed and on a Sunday, so it is very useful.

In the beginning I had an error using Bitcoin Core and I had the opportunity to check out some Bitcoin forums and some Q&A sites about Bitcoins and from what I can understand there are some web pages that give away small amounts of bitcoins so that's also very nice.

About converting Bitcoins into real cash, there is a site, in fact several, that allow you to buy and sell bitcoins with local (near you) traders so that didn't took a very long time.
 

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I'm also finding it a very fun and interesting way to operate, I played the no deposit at betchain casino and wagered the bonus, I requested a withdrawal into my xapo wallet and it was paid within the hour, interesting thing about this is that I only had the equevelent of 25c
So it's Pritty cool that I managed to withdraw even such a small amount, I'm not sure if this is a Bitcoin perk or betchain but either way my experience with this alternative currency has been fun, I'm currently trying out, the faucets and game applicators to earn free bitcoins also known as satooshi coins, I've been super busy with it and it's boring as hell and I've managed to earn 29c in 4 days so it takes time but me being stubborn I have to make 10€ at least once just to say I did
 

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Faucets are an ok way to earn a few small amounts of Satoshi for doing little to nothing. As a matter of fact, I have the Bitcoin Aliens app on my phone. Where I earn about 1 mBTC per week just by seeing an advertisement about once an hour while I'm on my phone.

I know a small amount, but hey I do like the free thing. Otherwise getting anything huge out of a faucet isn't probably going to happen. Unless if your one of the few and very lucky people to win a jackpot.

Otherwise as for casino gaming with bit coins. I have found especially being a US Player that playing in bit coins can be rather refreshing way to play. Mainly because of the way that bit coins are setup, and are harder to track what there used for. So therefore I can play a nice wide array of casinos with different software setups from the usual US fare that were fed on a regular basis.
 

Drake Warrior

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I also have the alien app it's brilliant and probually pays the best out of all the faucets I use, I'm currently waiting for them to pay me out 52000 satoshis
 

Drake Warrior

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I claimed the netteller 25 voucher and the next day the Bitcoin voucher appeared, oh well I know what to save up for next time
 

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The bit coin given can be used at any bit coin casino, or even cashed out for cash. Your choice, which is nice. It's sort of like Pay Pal, but without the controlling nature that Pay Pal has sometimes.
 

UPStreaker

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I have no idea how bitcoins work. So how many bitcoins equate to $1?. How does the rate converstion work with it etc? Im from Australia and bitcoin thing isnt big here I think. Well for starters we only have just under 30,000,000 population and the percentage of the population acutally playing games or using bitcoing for whatever its used for would not be substantial. However, I know its huge in America so I dont know.
 

Bonus Hunter

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Bitcoin opened a lot of new ways to earn on the internet. I started with faucets and I invested all my earnings on a lot of different HYIP'S, for some time I was earning a lot. But that don't last a long time. Most of the time it's a huge scam. Nowdays I just trade on exchange markets, and a few casino games.
 

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