How to Maximize Your Chances of Winning at a Bitcoin Online Casino

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Apr/24/2018

If you want to win regularly playing at an online casino, the key is discipline.  But there are other factors that should be considered, especially when it applies to the Bitcoin casino.

Choose a Reputable Casino - Bitcoin and other crypto casinos require extreme caution.  Some of these will prove to be fly-by-nights.  Good luck getting paid.  Bitcoin Games is run by Bitcoin.com, one of the most established business enterprises in the sector. Its founder, in fact, was among the very first Bitcoin millionaires.

Best Return to Player - One of the most important factors in game selection is RTP, which stands for Return to Player. It is the percentage of turnover that is returned to the players. In other words, if an RTP is 94%, the casino or gaming site retains 6% of turnover. Therefore, the higher the RTP, the better for gamblers. While the example of 94% might seem high, it is not. Gamblers hoping to make a consistent profit will be looking for an RTP of 98% and above.  Bitcoin Games has one of the best RTP rates in the biz.

Provably Fairness - Provably Fair Games are a recent addition to innovative gambling sites, courtesy of the Bitcoin revolution. They constitute a significant breakthrough for players. These games provide a result which can be independently verified for outcome randomness. Provably fair gaming is a sign that the site in question is serious about transparency and guarantees that you are getting a fair outcome on your bets.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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