|been playin at some btc gambling sites for bout a year , very skeptical in the beginning ,but so far so good,but things can change in a hurry with this industry who knows, any how the sites are pretty average at best, the main draw is funding , if u know ur way around btc it will be as easy as netteller.i can deposit and withdraw on the same day.(average tranaction time 1 hour 30min)both ways. if ur new to btc, its gonna take some effort.it feels like this is where online gambling is heading towards ,until the laws change i guess. cheers.
Posted: 2/18/2013 2:27:07 AM
|bitcoins is a internet currency transfer thr a network p2p (i been in the bitcoin game for a little over a year ,i can only give u the basic run around, im still learning the adv stuff,) the coins go up and down like a stock market, right now the coins are worth $30 each. u can buy the coins from exchage companys or people, u can trade ur bitcoin for any currency in the world if available(when u want to cash out) keep in mind bitcoins has nothing to do with gambling , what u do with it is up to you,just like any other money. you gotta buy the coins or u can sell something that someone wants for their coin, now ur coins are store in a online wallet with its own address (can be offline but thats adv stuff),to transfer the coins u need the other persons online wallet address and vice versa. im not tech savy at all took me 1 month to figure out how to fund up the act. onto the sports books, when u open a act at the book ,ur act already has a online wallet address u send the coins there, cash out u send it back to ur own online wallet, u can make as many personal wallets as u want. i suggest u not be lazy and withdraw the coins regularly , u never know in this crazy industry, longest transaction was 6 hrs for me, avg time is 1 hour half. usally faster.im doing a crappy job explaning this sorry guys,ill just give u some sites to help.
Posted: 2/23/2013 3:01:50 AM
bitcoin talk.org is a forum where u can get all the info u need, go to the newbie thread and explore or ask.
bitcoin trading sites-
theres alot more ,explore the bitcoin talk forum
btcsportsmatch - similiar to matchbook,but the odds are fix,they will move according to line movement, no juice ,they take 1% off of ur winnings. u post ur wager up and if no one takes it its a no go. (i use this site as my first out) only sides ,total ,ml
btcsportsbet- regular juice betting only sides ,totals , ml
anonibet.com- never used it b4, but they look like that got alot goin on
blockbet.net- each bet has a wallet address for u to send to. max bet 10 bitcoins, sides, totals, ml
a popular site to create a online wallet is blockchain.info
research everything carefully before u decide to use bitcoins. its worth it, i havent touch my 5dimes act ever since i met bitcoins.
and their are also sites where u can spend the btc coins to buy stuff. im probaly leaving out some info on the whole bitcoin thing,theres alot too learn. once again go to the forum for more help. cheers my brethrens
oh yeah since coins go up and down in value it can be volatile , its like double gambling, ahah.