Once bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies came into existence, it didn’t take long for people to figure out how to gamble with them. Online bitcoin casinos operate very much like traditional online casinos, including the use of no deposit bonuses
Bitcoin casinos, like traditional currency online casinos, may offer a no deposit bonus. A small amount of bitcoin will be given to the gambler simply for signing up. The purpose is to give the gambler a “free trial” of the casino. The rules for using this bonus vary, and may include wager requirements or withdrawal restrictions.
Gambling doesn’t come without risk, and bitcoin casinos are no exception. In this article, we’ll dive into the risks involved specifically with no deposit bonuses, as well as the broader risks inherent to gambling with bitcoin.
No deposit bonuses are typical of both traditional online casinos and bitcoin casinos. At the surface level, it’s a pretty simple concept. Casinos typically offer two types of promotions to get patrons through their digital doors: a deposit bonus or a no deposit bonus. Here’s the difference:
In both cases, the casino gives the gambler “free” bets, but the no deposit bonus does not require a gambler to fork over any of their own crypto-currency… yet. To paint a clearer picture, consider the high-level process by which bitcoin gambling works.
Every online gambling platform requires an account. Most of the allure of bitcoin casinos is anonymity. Typically, the only credentials you need to provide to open up an account are an email address and a username. No age verification or location verification.
Once you have an account, it needs to be linked to your crypto wallet… in this case, a bitcoin wallet. There are various ways to fill your wallet with bitcoin, most commonly buying some on an exchange.
Just like at the live casino where you fork over cash in exchange for chips, this transaction online just looks like moving bitcoin from your wallet app to your casino account. It’s worth noting the importance of verifying the credibility of the bitcoin casino here. The nature, and to many the appeal of bitcoin is that all transactions are untraceable. So, naturally, it’s nearly impossible to regulate a casino that operates using bitcoin.
Before depositing funds, make sure that the casino you are using is well-established and trustworthy.
Gamble until your heart’s content… or until you’re out of crypto. In this regard, bitcoin casinos are virtually the same as any other traditional-currency online casino. As you win, bitcoin will be held in your casino account until you decide to withdraw.
In a live casino, you’d triumphantly walk up to the cashier’s desk and dump a big pile of chips on it. In a bitcoin casino, all you do is click the “withdraw” button. In most cases, your winnings (in bitcoin) are transferred back to your bitcoin wallet. There is some level of risk involved here due to the volatility of the bitcoin exchange market. More on that later in the article, but first, let’s hammer home the nature of the no deposit bonus.
A no deposit bonus is a small amount of bitcoin the casino gives you to gamble with, just for signing up… no bankroll deposit necessary. Their goal is to let you try out their games without risking your own bitcoin, and their intent is that you’ll like it enough to start gambling with your money. This differs from a regular deposit bonus, where the casino may offer some percent “cash back” on top of the bitcoin you are depositing.
The term “no deposit bonus” refers to the step in the gambling process where the gambler is setting up their account and depositing bitcoin to their bankroll. These promotions will offer a small “bonus” amount of bitcoin to the gambler just for creating an account in their online casino.
Again, this is to lure new gamblers in (remember, the house always wins) and get them to try out their games. So, is it really free? Yes.
Free spins isn’t the only metric by which to measure the quality of a bitcoin, or any online casino. Things like provably fair games and great customer support. Among the best that allow US-based players are:
Bitcoin.com is a pretty popular crypto wallet platform. While it’s not solely a casino, it does have a casino linked to it. Some players may actually find this to be more legitimate, having the casino tied back to the actual wallet and exchange platform.
Either way, you’ll find the same slots and table games as other online casinos. On top of that, Bitcoin Games is fully anonymous, keeping your personal information out of the picture.
Many bitcoin casinos are adopting blockchain based gaming platforms to develop games that are inherently fair and transparent. More on this in a bit, but Trust Dice is one of the casinos doing that. They offer dice games and crash that operate entirely on a secure, decentralized blockchain platform.
They also offer a plethora of other games and promotions that you would expect at a casino. Live casino games, sports betting, and bitcoin deposit bonuses can be found here as well.
Slotland has been around since before Bitcoin. They’ve been building their track record since 1998, so they aren’t at a loss for credibility. To keep up with the times, they support instant Bitcoin transfers from your crypto wallet.
As the name suggests, they offer plenty of slots to play. You can also find video poker and keno here.
Free spins are one of the most common no deposit “bonuses” that online bitcoin casinos offer. Three bitcoin casinos offering free spins and allowing gamblers from the United States are:
Winaday is offering a $30 welcome bonus for new players as well as a 250% deposit bonus. The free 30 dollars worth of spins comes with a minimum wager playthrough of 25x ($750) before any winnings from bonuses can be cashed out. And the maximum cashout limit on winnings from the bonus spins is $100.
Winaday of course supports gambling with Bitcoin, so if that is your currency of choice all the values above would be converted based on the current exchange rates.
Use the bitcoin casino bonus code FREEMILE when registering for the first time and earn 25 free spins. Keep in mind that this is for first time account registration only.
Crypto Thrills offers some pretty sweet free spin deals for existing gamblers. Two to be exact:
The happy hour deal is pretty solid. Contact support to claim free spins for happy hour, and you can use up to 100 during the “happy hours” of 6am to 10am daily. And if you do that seven days in a row, you could qualify for additional bonuses.
Free Spins Wednesdays happens on, as the name suggests, Wednesdays. Deposit and wager at least 2 mBTC between Sunday and Tuesday to qualify for complimentary spins on Wednesdays.
Online casinos are very much an international business, including crypto casinos. We’ll get into the legality of bitcoin casinos later in this article, but for now what needs to be known is that not all bitcoin casinos allow gamblers with United States IP addresses.
The two casinos listed below are examples of credible gambling sites that support wagering with bitcoin.
BitStarz (bitstarz.com) is an online casino licensed in Curacao. Scroll to the bottom of their homepage and you’ll find a link to their provability explanation listed under help. It’s in a casino’s best interest to not only deal fair hands, but prove to players that they are using fair and untampered game algorithms.
BitStarz does this by offering up a lengthy explanation of their provability for:
They disclose the game algorithms used and provide instructions for checking your game results either on their site, or on a third party hash verifier.
Fairspin (fairspin.io) is probably, as the name suggests, one of the fairest online gambling platforms out there. This isn’t just because they put “Fair” in their name, either.
It’s the first online casino to implement the TruePlay platform, which brings the benefits of blockchain to the actual gaming algorithms themselves, and not just the cryptocurrency being wagered. Let’s break that down a bit, shall we?
When Bitcoin first came out, there was a lot of buzz about crypto currency and the technology behind it known as blockchain. Everyone was swept away by the nature of blockchain’s decentralized computing and the resulting security it provided Bitcoin holders.
Cryptocurrency is by no means the only application of blockchain, and TruePlay is proof. Another huge potential of blockchain is its ability to securely maintain a record of contracts. This has applications in industries like medical records, property records, and you guessed it… online gambling.
While maintaining player anonymity, the TruePlay platform continually updates a decentralized list of every wager and result that takes place on the network. This ledger is fully transparent to every computing node (read: your computer or phone) on the network.
So, the technology behind the security that draws people to Bitcoin is also implemented directly into the online games available at Fairspin.
We’ve already addressed the pros of Trust Dice, namely the blockchain gaming platform similar to Fairspin. They are one of the best international operations and they happen to allow gamblers from the US to play, so they’ve ended up on this list as well.
A lot of international online casinos have “blacklisted” regions, usually for whatever reasons local laws in the state they are licensed define. Below is a list of Aussie-friendly Bitcoin casinos.
Crypto slots is a casino open to those from Australia. All of the games offered on their site are provably fair, and they include:
As we mentioned, Australian IP addresses are welcome here. In fact, have a look at their terms and conditions and you’ll find no regional restrictions based on any nation.
BitStarz is listed above as one of the best international casinos, and those with Australian IP addresses can gamble there too! However, there are quite a handful of games that are not available to them.
In this case, game restrictions are subject to the game providers. NetEnt, a Swedish-based game provider, has not made their games available to players in a number of countries, including Australia.
If you’re an Australian gambler looking to play at 7Bitcasino, be sure to check the Terms and Conditions Page before creating your account. You’ll be able to play, but access to some games (NetEnt) will be restricted.
Also, despite this being a Bitcoin heavy article, it’s worth pointing out that regular currency gambling with a Visa card is not supported for Australians (among many other countries).
The casinos below allow players with IP addresses placed north of the border.
Take a look through their terms and conditions and note that no restrictions for Canada are in place. While this is not as popular a casino, you can still play provably fair games like bitcoin slots and roulette here.
Crypto Casino does have a list of restricted countries, but lucky for Canada, they are not blacklisted. A big benefit of Crypto Casino is that they are powered by FunFair, another blockchain-based gaming platform.
New players can also claim a crypto casino welcome bonus. Though not a no deposit bonus… they will double your first deposit throughout 2021.
Gamblers in Europe should consider checking out these three casino options.
Konung is a pretty comprehensive online casino offering both Bitcoin and traditional currency as well. There are a few European countries that cannot access this casino:
Joo casino offers a bunch of games, and as of recently, sports betting. They also offer a welcome deposit bonus of 150 free spins.
However, if your IP address resides in one of the countries below, you won’t be able to gamble at Joo.
This online casino is highly rated for its selection of games and 24/7 support. However, it still has some credibility to be built, having only been founded in 2020. There are also some European nations on their restricted regions list:
Much of the allure of Bitcoin and blockchain comes from its inherent anonymity. And while there is more privacy at a Bitcoin casino than a traditional online casino, not all of them are totally anonymous.
This is something that can be checked in a casino’s terms and conditions. In most cases, all a casino needs to set up an account is a valid email address. However, some have a Know Your Customer policy, or KYC. They may require a driver’s license or other ID when issuing no deposit bonuses to make sure people aren’t setting up multiple accounts for extra free spins.
There are some Bitcoin casinos that do support fully anonymous gambling, though. Here are a few of the top options.
Bitcoin Casino US boasts total anonymity for it’s players, and offers a comprehensive selection of games. At first glance, they are a truly anonymous operation. All you need to do to create an account is enter a valid email address and check a box saying that you are older than 18 years.
However, digging into their terms and conditions you will find this:
“The casino reserves the right to ask for THE proof of identity and in case The player has not reached the legal age to play, access to the website will be denied.”
So, they do technically have the right to ask for an ID if they suspect a user is under the legal age to gamble. But as long as you are over 18 and don’t give them a reason to suspect you aren’t, you won’t be asked to provide identification.
OneHash is another anonymous crypto casino, and they operate in a similar fashion to Bitcoin Casino US… except they don’t allow players from the USA.
All transactions are anonymous, and all you need is an email account to sign up. However, the casino reserves the right to know their client in high risk situations, cases of suspected fraud, or abuse to the casino policies.
They reserve the right to verify any user’s identification, and they spell it out in their terms.
Hop onto the Bitvest platform and it feels like one of those web pages from the early days of the internet. It literally takes one click to set up an “instant account” username, which can later be converted to a full account.
Even then, though, no email address is required. Just enter a username and create a password. You’re set.
Many, but not all Bitcoin casinos offer sports booking services. Below are a couple of the best options for sports betting with your crypto wallet.
This is where gambling on live sports happens. SportsBet is even officially partnered with a number of football clubs, including Arsenal and Southampton FC.
Place bets on everything from common sports like football or basketball to obscure sports like handball and water polo. Even wager on video games.
We’ve mentioned above how OneHash is anonymous. They also offer virtual sports betting. You won’t find a live sports bookie here, but you can wager on simulated horse and dog races.
No deposit bonuses will either come in the form of free spins, cash, or free chips. Either way, all are used in the same way, to wager. Some casinos offering free chips are listed below.
From time to time, you may also be able to find offers for free chips through King Tiger Casino. However, these promotions do not happen all the time, so be sure to double check that one of these offers is current and valid before you play.
The Red Stag casino offers a number of bonuses, one of the newest ones is a no deposit bonus free chips. Claim this bonus, by joining the site and using the code: FIVESTAGS.
Casino Fair is another crypto-gambling platform powered by Funfair. All “chips” on this platform are their own currency known as FUN. When you convert your existing Bitcoin (or dollars) to FUN, they charge a fee.
A bitcoin faucet is defined by bitdegree.org as:
“a program (website) that pays users small amounts of Bitcoin (the before-mentioned satoshis) for different tasks. It’s essentially free money when you think about it.”
So in the case of a casino, a bitcoin faucet would simply be a game with ads that consistently pays out a small fraction of a Bitcoin. Some casinos known to have Bitcoin faucets are:
Go to the bonuses page of BC.Game and the first one on the list is their task faucet. The faucet pays out in terms of a gambling bonus, not straight Bitcoin.
There are “Newbie tasks” like verifying your email and saying “hi” in the chat room, and there are daily tasks like running scripts. Very simple tasks that ultimately benefit the casino, so they pay you something for it.
Much in the way wagers on Casino Fair are made in their currency of FUN, Rocket Run has it’s own crypto chips called Space Dollars, or SPD. They have a number of user benefits, including an SPD fountain.
They have particular games with faucets that can be used up to 15 times a day, and small payouts are given just for trying.
Users can claim Jacks Club Chips (JCC) if they help promote the casino by sharing a link to it on a social media platform of their choosing. Share the link, then reload your account to see chips from the faucet.
Any casino, be it bitcoin or traditional currency, will always attach terms and conditions to their no deposit bonuses. This just makes sense, otherwise they’d be run out of business by loophole seeking crypto-junkies.
So while the bonus is “free” in the sense that you don’t have to exchange any money for it, there are still things you have to do and requirements you need to meet in order to claim your bonus. Common examples include:
That’s quite a few strings attached! Every casino will have these tied to their no deposit bonuses. They are there to protect them from going bankrupt. Most of the rules above are pretty straightforward, however the minimum bonus wagering requirement and the game contribution percentages can use a little more explaining.
The casino term to get familiar with here is playthrough. This is the amount of bitcoin a gambler has wagered during their time in the casino. It doesn’t matter how many of those wagers have won or lost, what matters is how much money has been put on the line.
For example, if I’ve placed ten 1 BTC bets, my total playthrough would be 10 BTC. (which, in today’s Bitcoin exchange would be a cool $370,000)
Now, let’s look at an example minimum bonus wagering requirement, maybe with some numbers more familiar to the casual gambler. Say a casino is offering a 0.0005 BTC bonus with a 50x wager requirement. Your playthrough will need to be 0.025 BTC to claim that bonus and any winnings generated from it.
To put that into terms of USD, you’d need to wager nearly $1,000 to earn your $20 bonus… Not the most promising ROI. Just remember, casinos don’t actually want to give you free money, they want you to gamble at their casino.
This condition is pretty straightforward, but it never hurts to hammer things home with a simple example.
Say the game is Blackjack, the game with the best odds for the gambler. This game may be eligible to contribute to your bonus playthrough, but the casino would rather you be playing games that have a higher house advantage.
So, in this example we’ll say the contribution limit is 10%. This means that for every dollar you bet, only ten cents is applied to your playthrough.
Games with a higher house advantage, like bitcoin slot machines, are typically the ones with a 100% playthrough contribution. This is just a tactic the casino uses to steer the gambler.
It’s quite common that bonuses will come in the form of free spins. A casino may offer up no deposit bonus of 100 free spins, instead of just crediting your account with a small amount of bitcoin.
These spins are typically good to be used at slots, and they usually have some minimal monetary value on the order of cents. The spin value is applied to the playthrough, and any winnings generated from free spins cannot be cashed out until the wager requirement is met.
Time limits are another thing to look out for when reading the terms and conditions of a bonus. In almost all cases, free spins must be used within a few days of registering and earning them. Possibly up to a week.
Time limits also tend to go hand-in-hand with the minimum wager requirement. Once you receive a no deposit bonus, you’ll typically have a window in which you need to meet your playthrough requirement.
There are many promotions out there that offer a “cash back” type bonus whenever you deposit your own bitcoin. These promotions are usually there to keep gamblers with existing accounts coming back.
When considering the terms and conditions of casino bonuses, deposit and no deposit bonuses are typically very similar. The only real differences are:
Both bonuses are the same in that they come in the form of Bitcoin to gamble with or free spins, and the size of the bonus is usually dependent on the amount you deposit. But on top of being subject to all the regulations we mentioned above, making a deposit with your own money is one of the requirements to obtain and clear the bonus.
Deposit bonuses are also targeted at returning gamblers. They are a tool the casinos use to encourage existing customers to return, whereas no deposit bonuses are typically reserved for new players only.
Casinos will likely ask for a government issued ID when delivering no deposit bonuses. This is to prevent a single gambler from creating multiple accounts just to get multiple no deposit bonuses… makes sense.
Most Bitcoin casinos offer deposit bonuses, some examples are:
Now, back to the topic of no deposit bonuses, here are some Bitcoin casinos offering them in 2021.
The casino you’re thinking of not on the list above? Not to worry, the casinos make it easy to find out what bonuses they’re giving out. Once on your casino’s lobby/home page, it shouldn’t be hard to find their “promotions” tab.
There they will list all the bonuses they have to offer, and expect most of them to be deposit bonuses. Not all casinos will offer a no deposit bonus. How do you tell which is which? Check the terms and conditions.
Each bonus deal will have the terms laid out clearly. The first condition listed is usually the one that states whether a deposit is required or not. Check out this example from the bitStarz free promo code:
“Sign up and get 25 free spins, no deposit or bonus code required.”
The words “no deposit required” (obviously) or “sign up bonus” typically indicate that the bonus is a no deposit deal. So, just check the casino’s promotions page. Each promo will have a clearly spelled out list of terms, and somewhere in there will be the deposit requirements.
Note that if you’re having a hard time finding the terms and conditions of an advertised bonus, the casino you’re in may not be all that credible.
It’s only been 12 years since the first Bitcoin was mined, making crypto-currency a very young technology. In its short lifespan, it’s excited those in the tech industry and jostled those in the financial industry.
In terms of gambling online with Bitcoin, there’s virtually no difference when compared to online gambling with regular currency at the surface. However, what some consider general benefits of Bitcoin tend to carry over into gambling with it as well.
One of the biggest benefits of Bitcoin is the high level of financial privacy. The key term here is decentralization, made possible by a technology called blockchain. The key here is that there is no central “Bitcoin bank.” Rather, all bitcoins in circulation exist on a digital ledger. This ledger is a list of all Bitcoin transactions.
Each transaction is called a block, and it contains info such as:
As transactions occur, blocks are linked together in a chain. However, decentralization is made possible because this ledger (blockchain) is distributed to every computer on the network. Every time a transaction occurs, the block is added to everyone’s ledger, and their computer has an application to verify it with everyone else on the network. In this case a Bitcoin wallet app.
So, this is secure in that all the information is distributed and cross checked, making it an elegant security solution. Whereas a traditional, centralized bank would have all their financial information on one central computer or server. A sitting duck for hackers.
Keep in mind that each block in the ledger is encoded, and all the blockchain network is doing is verifying the codes of the previous and next blocks in the chain. Only the sender and receiver can access the encoded data, i.e. the amount and to/from whom it goes.
The ledger is not a list of transaction details for all to see. Instead, it’s the trail of block ID codes, known as hashes, that are constantly being checked. The key is that it’s impossible to tamper with a block’s transaction details without changing it’s hash, and when that happens, the peer-to-peer nature of the network will pick up on the discrepancy and invalidate it.
Ok, let’s get back to gambling. Another benefit of Bitcoin (or any other cryptocurrency for that matter) is the instantaneous nature of transactions. When working within the blockchain network (i.e. using a Bitcoin wallet app), there is no waiting for the transaction to process.
Let’s compare withdrawing bitcoin winnings vs. withdrawing online USD winnings to an online banking account. It could take up to 10 days to process a withdrawal from a traditional currency online casino!
No one likes waiting for their hard earned (or luckily won) money. With a Bitcoin wallet app and an account at a Bitcoin casino, withdrawing winnings is as simple as copy+pasting a link into your browser. Seriously, here’s how the transaction goes.
After checking to make sure you’ve cleared your bonus, the withdrawal process is 3 easy steps.
The transaction will be instant.
The process described above is for a casino that accepts Bitcoin wallet transactions. Some casinos will support gambling with Bitcoin, but they will only support deposits and cash outs in traditional currency.
They do this by using a Bitcoin exchange. This best parallel to draw here is the currency exchange at an airport. You’ve just arrived in a new country (the Bitcoin casino), and you’d like to exchange your currency for theirs (Bitcoin gambling “chips”).
This adds a layer of complexity, and to some, unwanted risk due to the volatile nature of the Bitcoin exchange market. Just like trading Forex, there is a chance the Bitcoin you started playing with will be worth less at the time you cash out.
The other side of the coin is, there’s a chance it could be worth more when you cash out. To the extra enthusiastic this is almost another bet within the casino.
Due to the new and unfamiliar nature of Bitcoin, the legality of Bitcoin casinos is commonly questioned. In short, Bitcoin casinos are legal. Before we continue, please note that this article is for informational purposes only, and should not be taken as legal advice. If you plan to gamble in a Bitcoin casino, be sure to check the local and federal laws on the subject where you live.
In the United States, it is not legal to host an online Bitcoin casino (or traditional online casino for that matter). So, you will not find any American owned Bitcoin casinos operating on American soil. However, it is not entirely illegal to use online casinos, it just depends on where you are geographically situated as state laws throughout the U.S.
We’ve also mentioned above that some Bitcoin casinos restrict use from certain regions. This typically has to do with their licensing. So, while it may not be illegal for a gambler to place bets in online casinos located outside the US, it may still be illegal for the casino to accept bets from someone within the U.S. based on their local laws.
Wise guys may consider using a VPN to circumvent restrictions placed by a casino on their region or country. While VPN’s are perfectly legal for most transactions online, it is definitely illegal to use a VPN to gamble with real currency (crypto included) at a Casino that does not accept bets from your country. It does not matter that the VPN is in a different, allowable country, what matters is where the gambler is.
Remember, while no deposit bonuses are technically “free”, they are specifically designed to get you gambling your own money within the online casino. The odds of someone walking away net positive on bonus winnings alone are very low. Casinos are in the business of making money, not giving it away for free.
Gambling involves risk and there is certainly no guarantee of free money to be had. Always remember to gamble responsibly. If you or someone you know is struggling with gambling issues, please reach out to the National Gambling Problem Helpline.
Below are some of the most common questions regarding bitcoin casinos.
Yes, most online Bitcoin casinos offer free spin promotions like their traditional currency counterparts.
The easiest way to find bonus codes is by checking the casino’s promotions page. The link is usually easily found on the website’s homepage. Most casinos list out the terms and conditions of each bonus there, as well.
It is not legal to host an online Bitcoin casino from servers located in the United States. However, it is not illegal for US based players to gamble at Bitcoin casinos. Unless of course, the USA is on a specific casino’s blacklist.
Be sure to check a casino’s general terms and conditions for a list of restricted regions.
A Bitcoin casino is an online casino where Bitcoin wagered. Typically, casinos that accept Bitcoin will accept other types of cryptocurrencies.
A crypto casino is an online casino that accepts many forms of cryptocurrencies for wagering.
A blockchain casino is an online casino whose games operate on a blockchain platform. This enables provably fair games backed by the security of a decentralized gaming ledger.
Many Bitcoin casinos will accept deposits and exchange them for Bitcoin in house. Be sure to check the casino’s terms and conditions for limitations or restrictions on credit card use.
Almost every Bitcoin casino will offer a “free” bonus offer just for signing up. This may look like free spins or a free chip bonus on your first deposit.
Bitcoin casinos will have the same games you would expect to find at a traditional online casino.
One of the biggest benefits of Bitcoin casinos is the instantaneous withdrawals. This only works if you are using a Bitcoin wallet app.
Yes, at some Bitcoin casinos you will find live casino games where you can interact with the dealer and other players in real time.
Yes, Bitcoin casinos require a license to operate. Many of them are licensed in Curacao.
Most Bitcoin casinos do not require a minimum deposit to play. In fact, many offer no deposit bonuses to new players so they can play without depositing any money. Keep in mind the specific terms and conditions, though. Some casinos may have a deposit requirement for claiming winnings from bonuses.
Nearly all Bitcoin casinos reserve the right to require KYC verification, though they don’t usually require it unless they have a reason to do so. Most commonly, KYC will be enforced when claiming no deposit bonuses. This is to protect the casino from users looking to abuse the bonus systems.
Yes, some Bitcoin casinos offer no deposit bonuses that include free spins. Be sure to check the particular casino’s promotions page, as well as their terms and conditions.
Yes, most games provided by Bitcoin casinos are provably fair. Bitcoin casinos usually publish their provability on their site, as well as instructions for checking game results.
Provably fair is becoming more common and secure as game providers are using blockchain platforms like TruePlay and FunFair.
It depends on the casino. Some may, although the best way to deposit and withdraw funds from a Bitcoin casino is with a Bitcoin wallet.
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