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1  Economy / Gambling / Re: | the Bitcoin Casino Guide on: September 21, 2020, 01:53:35 PM
Why don't you have tab on main page for Bitcoin, like you have for ethereum and tether?
First thing people like to see is best Bitcoin casinos.
You can also add people and user comments and reviews for casinos, and and few more that are missing now.

Interesting observation. The whole site is set around Bitcoin sites. That's why I added Ethereum and Tether separately because every other page than those two focuses on Bitcoin sites.
2  Economy / Gambling / Re: | the Bitcoin Casino Guide on: September 21, 2020, 01:51:37 PM
May I ask why you are promoting a scam sportsbook such as Melbet?

Maybe for referral commission. Because these gambling review sites are set-up to earn commission from their referral links. Also, the top list on their bitcoin/crypto casinos are really not well known here in the forum. I wonder what are their standards on how they identify them as top in the list?

All sites I feature are sites which I play on or have played on at some point. I have no bad experience with Melbet so I don't see why I shouldn't recommend it to others. The same goes for other casinos. It would be weird if I promoted casinos which I have no experience with, don't you think?

I've heard a few times now that the casinos on my site are not well known in the forum. Which casinos exactly are well known in the forum?
3  Economy / Gambling / Re: | the Bitcoin Casino Guide on: September 21, 2020, 01:46:18 PM
May I know if what are your roles in Gamblineers? Are you the sole owners of it or you are only part of the team that launch this website?

And also with regards on how you rank the casinos like in best ethereum gambling sites of 2020, what are your basis in choosing a certain casino to rank higher
compare to other casinos? Aside from first deposit bonus.

I am the owner.

Casinos on the Ethereum page are ranked by their rating and the rating is comprised of user ratings, payout speed, support and bonus.
You can read more about the ratings here (how are casinos and games rated).
4  Economy / Gambling / Re: | the Bitcoin Casino Guide on: September 18, 2020, 01:06:53 PM
Hey guys!

After a thorough research online, I decided to add an in-depth article about bitcoin roulette sites. I noticed that everybody talks about roulette types and live roulette but the casino selections remain the same for all categories. So I included
- best roulette bonuses (considering also wagering contribution so you can actually use a bonus on roulette games),
- live roulette,
- roulette types,
- rules,
- free roulette games,
- odds
- and strategies

and offered tailored casino choices and bonuses for each specific category.

Check it out, I would love to hear what you think!  Smiley
5  Economy / Gambling / Re: | the Bitcoin Casino Guide on: July 30, 2020, 11:40:39 AM
Can you make out reviews out of the sites that had been listed on this site?

Most of this sites aren't casinos. Perhaps I could add them at some point if I added a category for dice for example.
6  Economy / Gambling / Re: | the Bitcoin Casino Guide on: July 29, 2020, 05:10:19 PM
Are you focusing on casinos that provides games from 3rd party providers only? I cant find pure crypto casinos with their provably fair system except Stake and Fortunejack (both provides 3rd party games)
Where are those popular casinos such as Bitsler, Primedice,, Roobet and many other popular sites.
I think you should add one more category on your review which is "Provably Fair Casinos".
You may ignore this suggestion if you have no intentions to have a list of Provably Fair Casino.
Frankly speaking, I'm not familiar to most of the casinos you have on your lists.

That's true, I don't focus on provably fair casinos anywhere, at least not yet.
But then again I see you not being familiar with most casinos I promote a good thing, or rather a good opportunity because it's not my intention to be just one of many sites promoting the same casino list Smiley
... actually this might be a good question: would you be willing to try casinos from my site, those that you haven't yet or is "being familiar" with a casino a must for you to try it?
7  Economy / Gambling / Re: | the Bitcoin Casino Guide on: July 29, 2020, 04:13:07 PM
Your top 4 bitcoin casinos are not popular in the forum.
But anyway, that's your site and that's your list.
However, are you considering other old timers here in the forum and check them out?
Also, why are you separating the top bitcoin and top crypto lists?
Can you just call it top crypto in general as these top bitcoin casinos, I guess are also accepting other cryptocurrencies?

Which casinos are popular in the forum?
In the long term I'm considering as many casinos as possible  Smiley the ones I have now are only the first few.

What do you mean by separating Bitcoin and crypto? There is top casinos list, which includes all casinos I have, top Ethereum casinos , which includes only those that accept also Ether and Tether casinos list, which includes only those that apart from other cryptos accept also Tether.
8  Economy / Gambling / Re: | the Bitcoin Casino Guide on: July 29, 2020, 11:50:16 AM
I decided to add a separate section about Tether gambling sites. I really tried to be thorough this time and include everything I could to make a guide as complete as possible.

You will find every possible type of Tether casino bonus, bonus codes, games, descriptions and so on Smiley

Let me know what you think if you're a Tether user!
9  Economy / Gambling / Re: | the Bitcoin Casino Guide on: June 26, 2020, 01:54:30 PM
mBit casino video review is out  Smiley

For anyone who has played there, any feedback or comments are welcome and for everyone else: you're welcome to check mBit casino out.

Quick description:
- an extremely fast site,
- large welcome bonus: up to 5 BTC + 300 free spins (of which 50 no deposit free spins),
- good and diverse VIP program,
- a genuine Bitcoin casino,
- fast support.

Here's the mBit casino review.
10  Economy / Gambling / Re: | the Bitcoin Casino Guide on: June 23, 2020, 07:39:31 PM
I decided to open a "Did you know?" sub-blog to post stuff that's more "for fun"  Smiley

Here's the first one: Did you know why card tables are green?
11  Economy / Gambling / Re: | the Bitcoin Casino Guide on: June 19, 2020, 07:38:06 AM
Your tag line says about "guide" but I am just seeing only listing of casinos. A guide should be about gambling strategies or about precautionary steps on safer gambling but I am not seeing them but list of casinos and their features and affiliate links. At least for me, this is probable "misguiding" in the name of guiding Grin. Kidding aside, do you offer any refback for the people who follow your links to sign up casinos?

It is not a guide how to gamble, but it is a guide to choose which bitcoin casinos to play.
To be more specific it is a guide to choose bitcoin casino based on the bonuses offered by the casinos.
Absolutely you do not find gambling strategies as it is not the website for.

Under reviews, I do see rating for casinos; all these rating are based on any community's opinion or your personal experience? Why top ranked casinos are not getting listed on top of your list? At least you must have provided to custom sort functionality so that we can easily go through on our preferences rather than getting forced to be following your order.

You missed the part "How do I rate crypto casinos", it is the answer of your question.
I have to agree that many top casinos in this bitcointalk forum are missing.
Perhaps admin is not trying all the available casinos, as the rate is based on his own opinion as a gambler.
It will be bad if he add and give a rate for casinos that he have not tried.

Thank you for the sum up Smiley

I will try adding more casinos in time.

Regarding casino's reputation, I didn't want to rank a casino worse just because it's newer. If I didn't have problems with it, it got a good score. However if time shows that problems begin popping up, scores will go down consequently. When I'm looking for a new casino to play at that seems fair to me.
12  Economy / Gambling / Re: | the Bitcoin Casino Guide on: June 16, 2020, 12:54:54 PM
Take a look at #8 on your list, Cloudbet. You have entered the wagering requirements as 0x. I am sure you missed one digit in front of the 0.
This is the first time I see a casino offer a 25x wagering requirement for a bonus offer. I have never seen or heard anything about the brand Casino-X that is offering that. Has anyone had any experience with Casino-X here? 

I thought so too when I first saw that Tongue
But they have a unique way of giving you the bonus which allows them to have the wagering 0. I wrote about that in the article as well.
13  Economy / Gambling / | the Bitcoin Casino Guide on: June 16, 2020, 10:59:54 AM
Hi, my name is Adam from Gamblineers.

The idea here is to post interesting news, promos, bonuses and anything else unique or exciting about Bitcoin gambling.

For example: I recently wrote this guide to choosing the best Bitcoin casino bonus with regards to wagering, minimum deposit, welcome package, validity, free spins, no deposit and, of course, overall best.

What do you thing about my "process" for choosing the best bonuses?
14  Economy / Gambling / Re: GoodLuckMate - Bitcoin Casino Reviews You Can Trust on: May 21, 2020, 10:19:10 AM
Nice site  Smiley

Just out of curiosity, how did you pick casinos to list on the site?
15  Economy / Gambling / Re: FORTUNEJACK.COM |Deposit 777 play with 1777 mBTC |Live Casino, Slots, Betting on: May 21, 2020, 08:26:45 AM
Hi guys!  Smiley

Just wanted to give a thumbs up to FortuneJack, show my support and let you know that we feature FJ on our site One of our top bonuses!

Keep up the good work!
16  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: How should casinos be rated? on: May 20, 2020, 06:47:14 AM
Hi smyslov, thanks for your reply.

My basic ranking is based on rating (for example top casino listing, if you look at another listing eg. slots, ranking will be a bit different) and rating consists of 2 numbers:
1. average player rating accumulated from other pages and forums which have user ratings (since I don't have my own yet) - 50 % of the rating score,
2. our own rating, which is a bit more complex: First we assign score to different categories by which casinos could be rated (bonus, payments [limitations, deposit, withdrawal times, supported currencies, ...], support, number of games, user experience, ...) and than we take the average of all these scores which represents the second 50 % of the rating.

This seemed to me the most objective way to rate and rank.

I never heard of Cloudbet having issues (at least not more than any other gambling site here and there) but I will keep an eye out, thanks.
17  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: How should casinos be rated? on: May 19, 2020, 11:13:31 AM
I like your site, simple and easy! You can add more things of course, your personal reviews, make space for others to say something (that can be good and bad in the same time). What you need is direct links to casinos (normally add you referral link).

I tried many casinos, but king billy casino is new for me! x30 wagering requirement is amazing indeed, I can't remember when I saw that low wagering requirement! And of course I will try this casino, I could sign up under your referral link, but there isn't one! Of course 200 free spins is amazing too! Their site looks good and fast, and I will try this one for sure!

Thanks iv4n, glad to hear! User comments are on my mind but I'm sceptical as you said, it can go either way.

I'm confused though, you should see purple "PLAY" buttons on all pages, the right side of the listing or on top of the review page. Did you view site on desktop or mobile? For example: King Billy Casino Review page ( should have a big button on top right on desktop or just under title and ratings on mobile.
18  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: How should casinos be rated? on: May 19, 2020, 10:26:50 AM
Ok GreatArkansas, thanks, that was great.

For example I could add a "user experience" section to the review describing responsiveness, speed, how easy it is to find your way around the site, visual appeal and so on. Would that be useful enough?
19  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: How should casinos be rated? on: May 19, 2020, 10:19:00 AM
Did you view any of the review pages or only the listings? Because there I give more information that you wrote about. For example, this one is for 7Bit Casino:

Just "writing out loud" here but perhaps this is another issue: in all my listings I nowhere specifically link to review pages (by putting up a link saying "read review" or something similar) rather the casino logo is the link to the review page. Perhaps that's not intuitive enough?
20  Economy / Service Announcements / How should casinos be rated? on: May 19, 2020, 09:33:00 AM
Hi guys,

in the past few months I've been jumping around gambling websites looking for casino reviews that give you useful information but don't require you to read an 'essay' to find out the basics. What's your opinion, what kind of reviews look good to you?

Last month I created my own website and so far I used the most straight-forward fact-oriented review style I could think of. Let me know what you think.

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