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August 21, 2018, 10:04:12 AM
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Bovada is one of the few online casinos that accept US players and accepts Bitcoin deposits.

Read bitpokerstar.com Bovada review to find out all the details.

With 15+ years of experience, Bovada carries a long history in the online gambling business, featuring Sportsbook, Racebook, Casino and Poker Room.


While there’s a lot of ambiguity around Bovada’s license and its location, there’s one thing for sure – the casino is one the best for the US citizens, especially regarding fast withdrawals and customer support.

Before making a deposit, Bovada will have to verify your identity to ensure you’re 18 years old and that you’re the owner of the card you’re depositing with. The verification is excluded when depositing with Bitcoin.




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August 21, 2018, 10:13:13 AM
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Bovada's owner is a huge Bcash shill tho.

https://coingeek.com/statement-calvin-ayre-coingeek-bitcoin-protocol/

https://calvinayre.com/2018/05/09/bitcoin/party-like-rock-star-bitcoin-cash-round-two/

Not hating on anyone that likes alt-coins but to create more FUD surrounding bitcoin isn't cool.


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August 26, 2018, 06:34:23 AM
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I have always wanted to try bovada (ignition) but surprisingly they accept US and don't accept Syria
are you sure about the no KYC for bitcoin customers ?? and is there any chance they may ask for it ?

wondering if I can try them with a VPN , I won't risk much though probably like 200$ but would like to know if someone used them in the past without KYC and then they asked for the documents

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August 26, 2018, 07:30:55 AM
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I have always wanted to try bovada (ignition) but surprisingly they accept US and don't accept Syria
are you sure about the no KYC for bitcoin customers ?? and is there any chance they may ask for it ?

wondering if I can try them with a VPN , I won't risk much though probably like 200$ but would like to know if someone used them in the past without KYC and then they asked for the documents

They definitely ask for verification documents. Just google it, a few have been asked when depositing BTC.



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August 26, 2018, 12:04:13 PM
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I have always wanted to try bovada (ignition) but surprisingly they accept US and don't accept Syria
are you sure about the no KYC for bitcoin customers ?? and is there any chance they may ask for it ?

wondering if I can try them with a VPN , I won't risk much though probably like 200$ but would like to know if someone used them in the past without KYC and then they asked for the documents

They definitely ask for verification documents. Just google it, a few have been asked when depositing BTC.




oh thanks for notifying me , then yeah better to avoid it
but seeing the op mentioning that KYC isn't required for bitcoin deposits made me a little bit curious if I can actually use it when they don't allow my country

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August 26, 2018, 12:07:01 PM
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but seeing the op mentioning that KYC isn't required for bitcoin deposits made me a little bit curious if I can actually use it when they don't allow my country

OP is spreading wrong information. You will have to do KYC even if you only
deposit using Bitcoin. They need to do this, because of promotion abuse
(sign-up bonus and similar stuff) and collusion and multi-accounting at the poker tables.

Unless you are in the US, Canada or one of the few South American countries that they serve,
you shouldn´t bother with Bovada.


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August 26, 2018, 01:33:43 PM
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This casino truly seems to be well-known. It has 32k likes on their facebook page. But it looks like they don't accept people from many countries and focus on the Americas... When I entered their website I instantly got the 'We currently don’t offer services in your area' message. Shit, I just wanted to go through their terms of service to determine whether they require identification from people who gamble with bitcoin, but this banner just doesn't let me do even that! Anyway, congrats to US citizens on a casino accepting cryptos, I guess... But hey, the news on bitcoin are not new at all, I can see people discussing it on forums in 2017.

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