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November 20, 2013, 04:20:30 AM
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Who can tell the reason why the price is only    ฿0.00009480 now??
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November 20, 2013, 07:18:12 AM
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1,500,000 more shares were released. When supply goes up and demand stays the same guess what happens?

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November 20, 2013, 12:29:21 PM
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1,500,000 more shares were released. When supply goes up and demand stays the same guess what happens?

Only about 900,00 shares were actually released - the other 600,000 we planned on releasing were cancelled and returned to the founders.

You'll notice the volume in  trading is very low, in fact - it would only take a few bitcoins to get us back to IPO level (which is a much higher amount if you take into consideration the BTC upswing in price)

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Hi, first post. Been a full-time online gambling affiliate for a few years. Building content websites, SEO, converting visitors, playing at loads of online gambling venues. No experience on the operator side of things, but experienced on the traffic and conversions side.

I like CasinoBitco.in. It's more functional than the other bitcoin casino websites I've tried out. It's certainly basic, but it works well and it's easy to use.

What's the plan for the web development side of things?

I like the way you've set up the site - the sign-up process is quick, and the get started guide upon first log-in is smart. The whole registration process was a good one for me.

As I mentioned, the website is wonderfully functional, but also basic. It doesn't seem as though it would be difficult for a new competitor or an already etablished online casino to start competing for market share in a relatively short period of time.

How can you move far enough ahead right now to give yourself an advantage over emerging competitors? I think Bitcoin casinos and sportsbooks have a future, and it won’t be long before more people arrive to exploit the opportunity. You’ve got a head-start, and I want to believe that you have the ability to remain innovate and continue to improve in the face of inevitable competition.

A few general thoughts:

1. The casino games work well. They’re quick and efficient, and that’s such a breath of fresh air from the existing set of online casinos. But the games are not pretty just yet. They’re not as fun as the colourful slot machines I love to watch, or the sound of being dealt another hand in blackjack that I love to hear.

Is this a limitation of HTML5? Could you improve the aesthetics and gameplay given time? The experience isn’t as good as the one I’m going to get at a Flash casino.

2. http://www.casinobitco.in/bitcoin-casino - Screenshots of the games with bigger “Play Now” buttons would be awesome. I don’t want to have to scroll through a text description of the game. Text descriptions don’t get me excited to play roulette, but having a screenshot of the roulette table will get me clicking.

3. I’m sure you could find a more attractive deck of cards. The current deck design reminds me of my time spent playing Hearts on Windows 95.

4. Why the footer navigation? Wouldn’t sidebar navigation be more practical? This way I can see everything on offer. I don’t have to search for it, or forget about trying different things because all the stuff is buried at the bottom.

I think the site would benefit from taking a few design elements from existing online sportsbooks. I really like Bet365. I think their layout is functional works well. Maintain your own casinobitco.in style of course, but why not grab some ideas?

5. With the small generic logo and large stock photo splashed across the front page, there’s very little to distinguish the site. No brand or feel. It’s easily forgettable.

Also, on the homepage I'm not shown any casino games to choose from, or any cool sports betting options. The focus is for me to "learn more", but all I want to do is create an account and start gambling.

Where’s the fun gambling stuff and how do I get down to it?

How can you get me more excited to start wagering? More importantly, how can you make creating an account as obvious and frictionless as possible?

How about a big registration form? So it’s like “look here, look how quick and easy this is”.

One of the awesome things about Bitcoin is how quick and easy it is to move money, so why not showcase this by highlighting how quick and easy it is to gamble at casinobitco.in, as opposed to trying to sign up and deposit at 888.com? I’m not shown the advantages.

6. I think you could get a sexier logo by running a $400 logo contest.

7. I love the help and support section. You’re doing the important things very right. You’re making me feel comfortable with your well-presented pages than any other online casino does. I’m sure this will give you an edge.

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December 25, 2013, 03:48:01 AM
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Hi, first post. Been a full-time online gambling affiliate for a few years. Building content websites, SEO, converting visitors, playing at loads of online gambling venues. No experience on the operator side of things, but experienced on the traffic and conversions side.

I like CasinoBitco.in. It's more functional than the other bitcoin casino websites I've tried out. It's certainly basic, but it works well and it's easy to use.

What's the plan for the web development side of things?

I like the way you've set up the site - the sign-up process is quick, and the get started guide upon first log-in is smart. The whole registration process was a good one for me.

As I mentioned, the website is wonderfully functional, but also basic. It doesn't seem as though it would be difficult for a new competitor or an already etablished online casino to start competing for market share in a relatively short period of time.

How can you move far enough ahead right now to give yourself an advantage over emerging competitors? I think Bitcoin casinos and sportsbooks have a future, and it won’t be long before more people arrive to exploit the opportunity. You’ve got a head-start, and I want to believe that you have the ability to remain innovate and continue to improve in the face of inevitable competition.

A few general thoughts:

1. The casino games work well. They’re quick and efficient, and that’s such a breath of fresh air from the existing set of online casinos. But the games are not pretty just yet. They’re not as fun as the colourful slot machines I love to watch, or the sound of being dealt another hand in blackjack that I love to hear.

Is this a limitation of HTML5? Could you improve the aesthetics and gameplay given time? The experience isn’t as good as the one I’m going to get at a Flash casino.

2. http://www.casinobitco.in/bitcoin-casino - Screenshots of the games with bigger “Play Now” buttons would be awesome. I don’t want to have to scroll through a text description of the game. Text descriptions don’t get me excited to play roulette, but having a screenshot of the roulette table will get me clicking.

3. I’m sure you could find a more attractive deck of cards. The current deck design reminds me of my time spent playing Hearts on Windows 95.

4. Why the footer navigation? Wouldn’t sidebar navigation be more practical? This way I can see everything on offer. I don’t have to search for it, or forget about trying different things because all the stuff is buried at the bottom.

I think the site would benefit from taking a few design elements from existing online sportsbooks. I really like Bet365. I think their layout is functional works well. Maintain your own casinobitco.in style of course, but why not grab some ideas?

5. With the small generic logo and large stock photo splashed across the front page, there’s very little to distinguish the site. No brand or feel. It’s easily forgettable.

Also, on the homepage I'm not shown any casino games to choose from, or any cool sports betting options. The focus is for me to "learn more", but all I want to do is create an account and start gambling.

Where’s the fun gambling stuff and how do I get down to it?

How can you get me more excited to start wagering? More importantly, how can you make creating an account as obvious and frictionless as possible?

How about a big registration form? So it’s like “look here, look how quick and easy this is”.

One of the awesome things about Bitcoin is how quick and easy it is to move money, so why not showcase this by highlighting how quick and easy it is to gamble at casinobitco.in, as opposed to trying to sign up and deposit at 888.com? I’m not shown the advantages.

6. I think you could get a sexier logo by running a $400 logo contest.

7. I love the help and support section. You’re doing the important things very right. You’re making me feel comfortable with your well-presented pages than any other online casino does. I’m sure this will give you an edge.

Tobasco - thanks for the very suggestive post! We absolutely take all feedback into consideration, as our success - is our investor's success.

I'm happy to report that a few of the items you mentions are in-flight and hope to be done before the end of this year. (FYI - We just updated Blackjack with some animations and sound effects, I'd love to hear your opinion on those changes!)

FYI - We sunset this thread once Havelock as sold to the Panama Fund, so please be on the lookout for updates in this thread below!
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=326666.0

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December 25, 2013, 01:09:05 PM
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Tobasco - thanks for the very suggestive post! We absolutely take all feedback into consideration, as our success - is our investor's success.

I'm happy to report that a few of the items you mentions are in-flight and hope to be done before the end of this year. (FYI - We just updated Blackjack with some animations and sound effects, I'd love to hear your opinion on those changes!)

FYI - We sunset this thread once Havelock as sold to the Panama Fund, so please be on the lookout for updates in this thread below!
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=326666.0


No worries. I hope my post didn't come across as too rude. I just like the way you do things and wanted to throw out any ideas that sprung to mind that might help.

Didn't know about that thread. Thanks.

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