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June 28, 2015, 02:23:20 PM
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Is there any reason why phone number is required to gamble?
It is uncomfortable for many people when many of the cryptocurrency is about privacy.
I've seen many sites where you only need to state your BTC address and you are free to gamble, that is everything what is truly needed. I am fine with creating an account.
But if on gambling site I see requirement for phone number I know there is something fishy going on.

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June 28, 2015, 02:27:18 PM
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Is there any reason why phone number is required to gamble?
It is uncomfortable for many people when many of the cryptocurrency is about privacy.
I've seen many sites where you only need to state your BTC address and you are free to gamble, that is everything what is truly needed. I am fine with creating an account.
But if on gambling site I see requirement for phone number I know there is something fishy going on.
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Thing is we just don't use Bitcoin... You ever play at RTG casinos? Or even WGS? There are many casinos out there that require more than an email
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June 28, 2015, 02:44:04 PM
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seems rather odd, offering a pretty substantial sign up bonus but no information in the OP, just some pictures implying a sportsbook. looking through the comments on this thread it sort of does yell "data collection" to me. no wager requirement details, no general information about the casino, etc. fishy.

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June 28, 2015, 02:54:36 PM
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OP is confused person and put the misleading title of this thread at the start of this one and now he edited to only fusion gaming, that casino has no provably fair mechanism there, i also agreed with many other members that is just data collective page who is collecting information about active players.
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June 28, 2015, 04:01:52 PM
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Yes be careful before joining. Why someone should trust a bugged, new, datacollector and probably unfair gambling site? Administrator maybe you should be more trasparent and give us more details about this and what you will do with our infos.
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June 28, 2015, 04:48:24 PM
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Yes be careful before joining. Why someone should trust a bugged, new, datacollector and probably unfair gambling site? Administrator maybe you should be more trasparent and give us more details about this and what you will do with our infos.

Our games are certified by I tech Labs in Australia. in no way is any of player info used to any third party or used for nothing other than for our site. We are a responsible gaming site and keep all data secure and confidential.


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June 28, 2015, 07:26:32 PM
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what about sign up bonus still available? what the rule for withdrawal. look nice for try it

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June 29, 2015, 01:11:36 AM
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what about sign up bonus still available? what the rule for withdrawal. look nice for try it

So far only one person said that he got 0.1btc on sign up and need to wager 2btc means 20x rollover.
I got 0.1 BUT you have to play for 2BTC and the free BTC are expering on 30.06.2015
Not really sure whether the sign up bonus is still valid or not, I just tried to register but I got this when registering
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Thank you for contacting us. We will get back to you as soon as possible

Edit : Just had a chat with the live support, and he gave me the password of my account and asked me to change in the profile tab. And yeah my account is credited with 0.1btc and I need to wager 1.5btc (15x rollover) http://prntscr.com/7mjdcc
Lets see how it goes..



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June 29, 2015, 03:00:22 AM
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what about sign up bonus still available? what the rule for withdrawal. look nice for try it

So far only one person said that he got 0.1btc on sign up and need to wager 2btc means 20x rollover.
I got 0.1 BUT you have to play for 2BTC and the free BTC are expering on 30.06.2015
Not really sure whether the sign up bonus is still valid or not, I just tried to register but I got this when registering
Code:
Thank you for contacting us. We will get back to you as soon as possible

Edit : Just had a chat with the live support, and he gave me the password of my account and asked me to change in the profile tab. And yeah my account is credited with 0.1btc and I need to wager 1.5btc (15x rollover) http://prntscr.com/7mjdcc
Lets see how it goes..




You are lucky, I got the 20X rollover bonus, finally I can register and get the password through the support, I will try my luck on slots, but crazy starter seems very tight here, still don't get any freespins.  Sad
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June 29, 2015, 03:07:27 AM
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by the looks of the previous comments it seems that they are just trying to collect users information, and the 1.5-2 BTCminimum wager for withdrawals approves that.
besides i don't see any reason why i should give my personal information like my phone number to the website in order to gamble there.

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June 29, 2015, 03:17:08 AM
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what about sign up bonus still available? what the rule for withdrawal. look nice for try it

So far only one person said that he got 0.1btc on sign up and need to wager 2btc means 20x rollover.
I got 0.1 BUT you have to play for 2BTC and the free BTC are expering on 30.06.2015
Not really sure whether the sign up bonus is still valid or not, I just tried to register but I got this when registering
Code:
Thank you for contacting us. We will get back to you as soon as possible

Edit : Just had a chat with the live support, and he gave me the password of my account and asked me to change in the profile tab. And yeah my account is credited with 0.1btc and I need to wager 1.5btc (15x rollover) http://prntscr.com/7mjdcc
Lets see how it goes..




You are lucky, I got the 20X rollover bonus, finally I can register and get the password through the support, I will try my luck on slots, but crazy starter seems very tight here, still don't get any freespins.  Sad

I was up to 0.5 with crazy starter, but lose it again LOL. I got 30 free spins at the beginning and won around 0.43 . But never won more than 2mbtc/spin after that free spins.
more than 50% passed already, but I'm not really sure I can reach the rollover or not because I only have 0.05 now  Sad

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