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December 18, 2013, 05:04:41 AM
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December 18, 2013, 05:18:23 AM
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Have they not paid anyone in the sportsbook? They've always paid me on time but would like to know of any other problems on the sportsbook side.
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December 18, 2013, 05:23:39 AM
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What's wrong with the picture: Their bot spins several times per second.

Wow that's really dirty...they didn't even try to disguise it.
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December 18, 2013, 12:49:59 PM
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Have they not paid anyone in the sportsbook? They've always paid me on time but would like to know of any other problems on the sportsbook side.

Betcoin Sports (4.2 star rating on Bitcoin Reviewer) is not affiliated with Betcoin.tm. They are a honest sportsbook company.
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December 18, 2013, 01:50:55 PM
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Have they not paid anyone in the sportsbook? They've always paid me on time but would like to know of any other problems on the sportsbook side.

Betcoin Sports (4.2 star rating on Bitcoin Reviewer) is not affiliated with Betcoin.tm. They are a honest sportsbook company.
not only BetcoinSports Bitbook.biz,NiterogenSports and Bitcoinlivebets these all are very good and honest sites paying to there customers on time

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December 18, 2013, 04:32:10 PM
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Thanks b!z and waqas. I would add casinobitco.in to the honest sportsbook category.
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December 19, 2013, 10:08:12 AM
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Thanks b!z and waqas. I would add casinobitco.in to the honest sportsbook category.

casinobitco.in is a legitimate sportsbook.  Folks should not get the "TM" brand confused with the sports betting brand we will be publishing an article regarding betcoin"TM" soon enough for those interested in reaching out to the owners/investors of the particular brand.

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April 09, 2014, 08:35:42 AM
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It is quite fun, but not for our site.  Cry

Be sure Betcoiner.com is trusted.

And we are still not scummers  Roll Eyes

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=451995.0


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April 09, 2014, 09:40:58 AM
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dang. Still the wildwest out here, i see lol.  Undecided
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April 09, 2014, 10:02:47 AM
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dang. Still the wildwest out here, i see lol.  Undecided


much more wildwest now
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October 27, 2014, 02:10:21 AM
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People have been posting the last couple days about Betcoin and their scummy, fraudulent behavior.

Reference:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=297110.0
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=297078.0

And now we have this gem: http://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/1489274

This is just getting ridiculous... Come on Betcoin, only two days after we reveal that you ripped our verbatim Terms and Conditions from SatoshiDICE (not to mention stole all the other copy as well) and are proven to be faking bets on your own site and likely DDoSing your competitors, you pay for a press release titled, "Shift to Ethical Bitcoin Gaming - BetCoin ™ Leads the Charge Towards Responsible Gambling Adoption by Bitcoin Casinos"

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A recent phone conversation with Emily Flitter of Reuters confirmed that BetCoin ™ Dice and BetCoin ™ Circle are both working very hard to ensure full compliance to their terms and conditions, and the relevant legal regulations, and to guide their customers in the direction of responsible gaming, as BetCoin ™ aims to help educate its players as well as entertain them. A senior spokesman responded to Emily's concerns, "Some other bitcoin gambling sites unfortunately do not have terms and conditions

Betcoin copy and pasted SatoshiDICE's T&C's as their own, and then puts out that press release?  Cheesy  Betcoin's T&C's: http://imgur.com/32cMiHl  (see the exact same at SatoshiDice, plus most of the site copy)

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BetCoin ™ is further securing their place at the top of the bitcoin online casino market, all the while continuing to promote responsible gaming and bitcoin education in general.

This is amazing  Tongue


The funny thing is they don't even own the trademark Betcoin and I think the actual owner are taking legal actions.

 Khanatran is on 2 plus 2 a well known forum member who supports almost every online site. When he posted that betcoin was shady and to stay away I insta withdrew about 3 months ago or so. Pretty scummy in regard to  their casino though I have never been one to patronize online casinos. Very unprofessional in grindabit forum where they have a thread. Looked so promising in the beginning turning out to be shady like almost all the bitcoin gambling sites  other then swc.
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October 27, 2014, 02:45:21 AM
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People have been posting the last couple days about Betcoin and their scummy, fraudulent behavior.

Reference:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=297110.0
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=297078.0

And now we have this gem: http://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/1489274

This is just getting ridiculous... Come on Betcoin, only two days after we reveal that you ripped our verbatim Terms and Conditions from SatoshiDICE (not to mention stole all the other copy as well) and are proven to be faking bets on your own site and likely DDoSing your competitors, you pay for a press release titled, "Shift to Ethical Bitcoin Gaming - BetCoin ™ Leads the Charge Towards Responsible Gambling Adoption by Bitcoin Casinos"

The best part...
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A recent phone conversation with Emily Flitter of Reuters confirmed that BetCoin ™ Dice and BetCoin ™ Circle are both working very hard to ensure full compliance to their terms and conditions, and the relevant legal regulations, and to guide their customers in the direction of responsible gaming, as BetCoin ™ aims to help educate its players as well as entertain them. A senior spokesman responded to Emily's concerns, "Some other bitcoin gambling sites unfortunately do not have terms and conditions

Betcoin copy and pasted SatoshiDICE's T&C's as their own, and then puts out that press release?  Cheesy  Betcoin's T&C's: http://imgur.com/32cMiHl  (see the exact same at SatoshiDice, plus most of the site copy)

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BetCoin ™ is further securing their place at the top of the bitcoin online casino market, all the while continuing to promote responsible gaming and bitcoin education in general.

This is amazing  Tongue


The funny thing is they don't even own the trademark Betcoin and I think the actual owner are taking legal actions.

 Khanatran is on 2 plus 2 a well known forum member who supports almost every online site. When he posted that betcoin was shady and to stay away I insta withdrew about 3 months ago or so. Pretty scummy in regard to  their casino though I have never been one to patronize online casinos. Very unprofessional in grindabit forum where they have a thread. Looked so promising in the beginning turning out to be shady like almost all the bitcoin gambling sites  other then swc.

his name is kahntrutahn on 2+2 and im pretty sure your talking about the wrong betcoin, this thread is about betcoin.tm
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October 28, 2014, 11:04:45 AM
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Ahhh I see. Well the khan  on 2 plus 2 was talking about betcoin with the poker on winning poker network I didnt realize there where so many sites with betcoin in it so confusing. Thanks for setting straight on that. Wink
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September 14, 2015, 05:55:32 PM
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Betcoin has/had 5.49 bitcoin of mine (used for sports betting) and it has up and disappeared.

I have tried talking to customer support for over a week now and they are completely stonewalling me.  This has to be a huge scam site.  I've been on many Bitcoin Sportsbooks and never had an issue until this one with Betcoin.  Maybe they will respond to a post on the forum as their customer support is basically non existent.

Stay away!

Maybe this post will at least get someones attention there...
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September 14, 2015, 08:59:16 PM
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Betcoin has/had 5.49 bitcoin of mine (used for sports betting) and it has up and disappeared.

I have tried talking to customer support for over a week now and they are completely stonewalling me.  This has to be a huge scam site.  I've been on many Bitcoin Sportsbooks and never had an issue until this one with Betcoin.  Maybe they will respond to a post on the forum as their customer support is basically non existent.

Stay away!

Maybe this post will at least get someones attention there...

can you provide proofs or screenshots. this is a pretty serious allegation against a well known trusted Bitcoin poker and casino room
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November 27, 2015, 11:14:37 PM
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People have been posting the last couple days about Betcoin and their scummy, fraudulent behavior.

Reference:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=297110.0
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=297078.0

And now we have this gem: http://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/1489274

This is just getting ridiculous... Come on Betcoin, only two days after we reveal that you ripped our verbatim Terms and Conditions from SatoshiDICE (not to mention stole all the other copy as well) and are proven to be faking bets on your own site and likely DDoSing your competitors, you pay for a press release titled, "Shift to Ethical Bitcoin Gaming - BetCoin ™ Leads the Charge Towards Responsible Gambling Adoption by Bitcoin Casinos"

The best part...
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A recent phone conversation with Emily Flitter of Reuters confirmed that BetCoin ™ Dice and BetCoin ™ Circle are both working very hard to ensure full compliance to their terms and conditions, and the relevant legal regulations, and to guide their customers in the direction of responsible gaming, as BetCoin ™ aims to help educate its players as well as entertain them. A senior spokesman responded to Emily's concerns, "Some other bitcoin gambling sites unfortunately do not have terms and conditions

Betcoin copy and pasted SatoshiDICE's T&C's as their own, and then puts out that press release?  Cheesy  Betcoin's T&C's: http://imgur.com/32cMiHl  (see the exact same at SatoshiDice, plus most of the site copy)

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BetCoin ™ is further securing their place at the top of the bitcoin online casino market, all the while continuing to promote responsible gaming and bitcoin education in general.

This is amazing  Tongue



Responsible GAMBLING PROMOTING... WHAT... You can lose 100BTC in 10 seconds! (not sure that is promoting responsibility!)

Responsibility would be added by putting things like CAPTCHAs in so people respect their money more!

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