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February 22, 2014, 03:08:48 AM
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For most Bitcoiners, we prefer something provably fair, as opposed to something pretty. Even though the UI for a site like JD may be "primitive", they are highly trustworthy, and are proved fair.

Somehow I really doubt this is true. It might be true for the real gambling degenerates at the moment, but as real games are starting to be introduced and serious companies start to get into bitcoin this dice fad should blow over soon.
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February 22, 2014, 04:23:36 AM
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I doubt that dice gaming will disappear anytime soon, maybe the smaller ones but JD and PD will probably be around for quite a while to come with their sheer volume. Even if someone new enters the market, it is rather hard to reinvent the wheel and come up with a different gaming experience that people would be willing to switch to.
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February 22, 2014, 08:54:35 AM
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Wendigo... primitive looks like a game that was made in the 80's. For an Atari 2600. 

We are one of the few Bitcoin casinos with modern looking games. And superb graphics.

For most Bitcoiners, we prefer something provably fair, as opposed to something pretty. Even though the UI for a site like JD may be "primitive", they are highly trustworthy, and are proved fair.


ok, what about something that's both provably fair and pretty, like https://BitBandit.eu ? Smiley

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