BitCasino.io – The largest Bitcoin casino with over 160 games
BitCasino.io is the largest Bitcoin casino and has over 160 games including live dealers and slot machines! BitCasino.io is an example of a casino that you can get when you want to make your own Bitcoin gaming site with Coingaming.io. “Players have a higher level of trust when they see the game outcome with their own eyes and players like the “live interaction” which resembles a brick & mortar casino,” says the CoinGaming.io website.
What is BitCasino.io?
BitCasino.io is a fully functional and live online Bitcoin casino. They feature automated games, including everything from standard slots (and 3D slots), to blackjack, and roulette, to live casino games like lottery, dice, and bet on poker. In addition to traditional casino games, they offer their own sportsbook with over 5,000 events! If you aren’t ready to play for Bitcoin, you can always play just for the fun of it. I tried a couple of games on there. It sure is a lot of fun to play and having fun is what gambling is about in my opinion. Jackpots go for more than 450 BTC when you play for real money!
To get you started, they offer a bonus on deposits. Your first deposit receives a 100% bonus up to 1 BTC + reload bonuses. For more information, ask the live chat agents.
My favorite part of the website is the relaxing live games section which features live dice, lotto, and poker games. The ladies deliberately have soothing voices which help the players to relax. The games are run professionally for the most part, which include the poker dealer keeping her elbows high and fingers spread so you can easily see where the cards are at all times. Live poker also uses a clear-plastic auto-card-shuffling device like offline casinos use. Poker cards are scanned, presumably so the details of the game can be shown on the screen for all players, and the game outcome may be calculated on the website for fast payouts.
The live lotto reminds me of lottery games on TV with a clear plastic automatic lottery ball machine selecting the numbers. The lady stands off to the side, and as the balls are selected by the machine, a close-up view at the bottom of the screen shows the selected balls as she announces them.
In the live dice game, the dice are rolled in a cup and then thrown onto a professional dice table. The professional then moves the dice into a row with her hands as opposed to a stick, but you are able to see the top of the die as she moves it. Some dice have their tops obscured as she moves other ones into place. That could be disconcerting to some players. Once all dice are in a row, the camera zooms in so you can review the numbers on them.
All live games feature a sports game broadcast in the background for further validation that the casino game is a live broadcast.
In the future, they plan on adding slot tournaments and a mobile version of the site. If you ever need help, support works in live chat and they answer your questions extremely fast! To learn more about who the lovely ladies in the live games are, and find out more about BitCasino.io, you can see their fan and promotional thread on the BitcoinTalk forum.
Can I run a Bitcoin casino, too?
Yes, you can with CoinGaming.io! According to the website, CoinGaming.io charges an undisclosed one-time setup fee to prepare and customize your Bitcoin casino. They manage the technical portions of the business while you manage the promotional end of things, and you split the net income on your gross gaming revenue. You don’t have to do any design work, and they have a “fleet of lawyers” who make sure it stays compliant for you. Sound too good to be true? Over the long life of the internet, places like Cafe’ Press, Zazzle, and eStoreify, have all offered to set up your store for you and all you need to do is put your products up for sale and market it. CoinGaming.io is a bit different from that type of model. They allow you to use your own domain which is the only way you can effectively market your brand, though, there is some debate about that topic.
Take a look at the quality of BitCasino.io compared to other online gaming websites. BitCasino looks incredible, and they put that much quality into your website on your own domain! You shouldn’t have any more difficulty starting your new casino than any other un-established brand.
The first thing that may have gone through your mind is, is this legal? Is it a scam? I know when I heard about hosting my own online casino, I too had a bunch of red flags go up in my mind, so I looked into validating their gaming license. When I clicked on their license icon at the bottom of CoinGaming.io, I was brought to a very low quality, unofficial looking website which claims that the license is valid. In order to fully investigate their license, I sought something official and on my journey of doing so, I came across a BitcoinTalk thread discussing the validity of different gaming websites’ licenses, of which BitCasino.io was one.
I re-validated everything that the thread mentioned about its validity, and it all came out clean. Still, I needed to connect CoinGaming.io as a valid sub-licensed party of Antillephone N.V., who purportedly gave them their license according to the thread. I got in contact with the E-Commerce Park website listed for Antillephone N.V. on the Curacao Internet Gaming Association (CIGA) website. E-Commerce Park verified via email (see below) that mBet Solutions is a sub-licensee of theirs. That means that mBet Solutions is licensed under Curacao law to be an online gaming website.
We herewith confirm that mBet Solutions N.V. has a valid license with us (license 8048/JAZ2013-008)
Trust that this answers your query, we remain,
With kind regards,
Robert C. Vermeulen
CoinGaming.io is also a Bitcoin Silver Member. That adds credibility to their business as the Bitcoin Foundation charges companies $1,000 to $5,000 for Silver Membership.