I have a new question about the ability to play and to use the bitcoin for that. Can one play online casino games using the bitcoin currency ?


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    I decided to close this question but leave some other questions that were specifically about provably fair gaming open. This one is very broad and asks for any business that accepts Bitcoin in a specific field. Provably fair gaming is a concept more closely related to Bitcoin.
    – D.H.
    Sep 16, 2013 at 18:33

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Yeah, you can play casino games using bitcoins just make sure that the particular casino you are playing for accepts bitcoin.

There are a lot of bitcoin casino online what matter is that you have to find which bitcoin casino fits for you and the one that you can truly understand.


to list just a few !!! there are many online casinos accepting Bitcoin. :) hope this helps


You can and it even better than playing for $ because you can play casino games without registering to the site and without downloading any software for playing, although not all sites gives this option but there a few sites that you can play there instantly and the withdraw of your wins (if there are any .. :-) ) are almost instant as well. you can try this bitcoin casino web site, which i personally like and played there a lot.


There are quite a few now, but a couple of things to keep in mind when betting with BTC.

  • Because BTC is impossible to charge back, make sure the site is legit before sending any coin
  • The standard that you should look for is Provably Fair
  • What is the process for collecting your winnings? Is it instant?
  • Lots of BTC games are random number based (dice, lotto, coin flip, etc) if you're looking for real casino games like Blackjack, Poker, Craps, etc. check out these recommendations:

DoubleDownBTC - Blackjack

Seals With Clubs - Poker

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    Are you affiliated with doubledownBTC? I noticed that the whois record was just updated, which makes me think it's a new site, and you posted links to it in three answers: 1, 2, 3. Be sure to read the section here about overt self-promotion, which isn't welcome here. Any affiliation should be disclosed. Sep 15, 2013 at 17:56
  • Still it is one of the more useful answers on this question. I voted to close the question, due to "product recommendation request".
    – Murch
    Sep 16, 2013 at 15:07
  • @Murch Usually, if an answer is useful without a spam link, I just remove the spam link and don't touch the rest of the answer. The link itself isn't useful because it's not an unbiased recommendation of the site (far from it). Sep 16, 2013 at 15:38

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