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December 14, 2017, 08:59:06 PM
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Two years ago was the perfect time to get in on it if you were going to build a online bitcoin Casino, But I feel like now with the new Blume in popularity it’s probably not a bad time to try one now. If you brand it correctly and market it properly along with the provably fair system, you should have no problem being successful.
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December 14, 2017, 11:01:59 PM
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Buddy don't think you can earn from casinos. Earning from casinos depends upon your luck and I wont suggest you to try casino for earning some coins. If you are a mood of gambling or want to kill your free time, in that case you can try out casinos for a fun and in my opinion crypto-games (https://www.crypto-games.net) is the best casino available out there. I always use this site and till this date I haven't faced any issues in depositing and withdrawing my coins.

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January 02, 2018, 03:16:03 PM
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You might be caught up in a dilemma. However, the best way for you to limit the risks. Look for airdrops and then spend the half on casinos for Bitcoins.
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January 02, 2018, 04:25:41 PM
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Hello there
Im new to this whole thing of bitcoin, I heard about it a few years ago, but was dumb enough not to invest in it.
Well I think the time is now, as I believe cryptocurrencies are a new step forward in banking and investment.
My question is, can you earn a significant amount of bit or bitcoins, from "rolling the dice" in these online bitcoin casinos? Or is the phase over and its more of a marketing thing now?
I know you need a minimum amount of btc to withdraw, is that cap reachable just by rolling the dice?4
Sorry if this is confusing, Im not used to posting on ANY forums, and am still a beginner with Bitcoin transactions.
Hope ye are having a great day.
Rolling the dice are of two types here in bitcoin first are faucets which pay you some sats for playing small games while there are a few largers casinos which do the same but want you to gamble some large sums of money. The first ones arent worth your time but are free from any monetory risk while the second ones can give a good return but have equal gambling risk involved.
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January 02, 2018, 04:38:22 PM
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Ive personally never liked the idea to gamble with BTC. But with currencies like satoshi around you may as well, its small (practically harmless fun) and if it ever goes up in price then youe earnings are shown!
I have a couple of mates that do btc gambling and they love it as it is common

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January 02, 2018, 05:07:11 PM
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Ive personally never liked the idea to gamble with BTC. But with currencies like satoshi around you may as well, its small (practically harmless fun) and if it ever goes up in price then youe earnings are shown!
I have a couple of mates that do btc gambling and they love it as it is common

Don't make posts on dead threads buddy. When the this thread is already answered with the enough information already here. When you say you do not like investing on gambling.
You should not make posts in the related threads as well bro.
Casino operated with the bitcoin already will washed out the US government long time ago.


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