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April 21, 2017, 03:50:44 AM
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I think it is better for gambling sites to ask for proofs, aside from its security; players which mostly are gamblers would feel safe also when putting money on those gambling sites. Thus, it wouldn't be tag as a scam site too.

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April 21, 2017, 05:27:49 AM
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I think it is better for gambling sites to ask for proofs, aside from its security; players which mostly are gamblers would feel safe also when putting money on those gambling sites. Thus, it wouldn't be tag as a scam site too.

I am only going to support that they ask for proof only if they do same before registering and not when an individual wants to make withdrawal. Also,  how are they sure that the proofs are even legit in the first place considering the fact that privacy is an ultimate thing doing activities online. Aside that, how are my sure that the site will even protect my info when they would have put it in their terms and conditions not to be responsible in case they are compromised?

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April 21, 2017, 05:31:24 AM
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I think yes they can ask for proof since even in casinos the proof is being asked if you are above 18 or not so same way in online itself how will they know if someone under 18 is gambling or not. Identity proof should be must for playing online.

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April 21, 2017, 07:52:49 AM
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I disagree to ask proofs in gambling site. Most of us use bitcoin because It does not required for our identification ID unless we will withdraw a big amount (converting into cash).
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April 21, 2017, 08:17:14 AM
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I think yes they can ask for proof since even in casinos the proof is being asked if you are above 18 or not so same way in online itself how will they know if someone under 18 is gambling or not. Identity proof should be must for playing online.

I think this is the best proof, which requires age notification to prove the accountability of its users, I myself have no problem with the request of identity card for them because it guarantees the security in transaction. This also applies to some large market trading exchangers where the id is required for any nominal withdrawal.

I disagree to ask proofs in gambling site. Most of us use bitcoin because It does not required for our identification ID unless we will withdraw a big amount (converting into cash).

The exceptions you mention will be very useful for preventing possible losses on transactions arising from both parties, so you don't have to worry about this anymore.



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April 21, 2017, 12:48:44 PM
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I think yes they can ask for proof since even in casinos the proof is being asked if you are above 18 or not so same way in online itself how will they know if someone under 18 is gambling or not. Identity proof should be must for playing online.

I think this is the best proof, which requires age notification to prove the accountability of its users, I myself have no problem with the request of identity card for them because it guarantees the security in transaction. This also applies to some large market trading exchangers where the id is required for any nominal withdrawal.

I disagree to ask proofs in gambling site. Most of us use bitcoin because It does not required for our identification ID unless we will withdraw a big amount (converting into cash).

The exceptions you mention will be very useful for preventing possible losses on transactions arising from both parties, so you don't have to worry about this anymore.

How can you even confirm that the person who presented the ID would really be the person who submitted the ID? This really destroys the main reason why we go online, that is being anonymous in gambling sites.

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