Category: casino payment methods

BitCoin Online Casinos
casino blog
28 August 2017

BitCoin is the biggest shakeup to how we trade and spend money and it's big news at US online casinos right now. BitCoin could make it easier to play online, and could even give you better bonuses. What exactly is BitCoin, and how can you take advantage of this new digital currency at your favorite online casino?

What is BitCoin?

BitCoin is the latest and the most revolutionary form of currency to hit our (virtual) wallets. BitCoin is a cryptocurrency, which basically means it is a form of digital currency. It is entirely virtual – BitCoin is created virtually, stored electronically, and spent online. No one can have a BitCoin in their pocket, unless that pocket is an electronic one.

BitCoin was created by a software developer – or a group of software developers; no one really knows – “named” Satoshi Nakamoto in 2008. They/he/she proposed the system as a form of electronic payment based on mathematical formulas. By 2015, there were over 100,000 BitCoin merchants and vendors accepting the currency. You can use BitCoin as you would any form of electronic payment, or save it as an investment.

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My Deposit Hasn't Arrived in My Account Yet, What Should I Do?
casino blog
10 June 2015

Making a deposit in to your favourite online gaming account is relatively straightforward and most deposits are processed in a matter of seconds, but what should you do if the transaction seems to have gone through ok, but the money hasn’t yet arrived in your gaming account? Before you start pulling your hair out and think that you have been scammed, you could just wait a few more minutes for the cash to arrive.

You should always see some kind of popup confirmation appear on the screen as soon as the deposit has successfully been processed, so if you haven’t seen this message then perhaps some kind of minor technical glitch occurred just at the wrong time. Check your bank account or your e-wallet account history to find out whether or not the money was actually taken out. If you are using a prepaid card (such as Ukash or paysafecard), you may want to try re-entering your voucher number and then go through the same deposit process again. If it now says that the prepaid voucher code is invalid then you know that an issue has definitely occurred. In this case you need to get in touch with the casino straight away.

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NETELLER, Skrill, PayPal and Other Reliable e-Wallets
casino blog
01 June 2015

There are lots of perfectly secure e-wallets available for online gamblers today and most online casinos today accept a wide range of these effective online payment solutions. e-Wallets are also often referred to as e-payment solutions or web wallets and they generally allow you to deposit AND withdraw to and from your favourite online casino.

Some of the best e-Wallets include NETELLER, Skrill and PayPal, but not all players have access to these e-Wallets. Depending on which country you are based in will determine exactly which e-Wallets are actually available to you and the best way to find out whether players from your country can use a certain e-wallet or not would be to contact the customer support at the casino and ask them, or contact the actual e-wallet customer services department directly and ask them.

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How do I Withdraw My Winnings at an Online Casino Without a Bank Account
casino blog
11 April 2015

Not all players have an active bank account and this means that most of these players also don’t own a credit or debit card such as Visa, MasterCard, Solo, Laser, Switch, American Express (AmEx) or Maestro. You will also find that many e-wallets like Skrill (formerly moneybookers) and PayPal require you to connect your e-wallet to your bank account in order to fully activate your e-wallet, so for the players who don’t have a bank account, it means that you won’t be able to use these either of e-wallets regularly at online casinos to make deposits or withdrawals and therefore you will have to find an alternate withdrawal method.

Bank Transfers at online casinos are really straightforward and this particular payment option comes with extremely high levels of security, so the question is ‘how will you withdraw your winnings if you don’t have a bank account?’ Fortunately there are lots of different online casino withdrawal methods available for players, but depending on which country you live in will determine exactly which methods are available to you.

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Latest Online Casino Payout Percentages from Various Top Online Casinos
casino blog
31 March 2014

This page will reveal the latest online casino payout reports for several well-known Microgaming powered casinos. These payout reports basically disclose how much the casino is paying back to its registered members on a monthly basis. The following reports were all calculated by eCOGRA, an online casino testing agency which monitors most of today’s Microgaming powered casinos and these results were for the month of December, 2013.

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Benefits of Depositing with an e-Wallet
casino blog
19 June 2013

There are numerous different online payment solutions available today that allow players to deposit funds into their online gaming account and there are just as many withdrawal methods available. Some of these reliable casino banking methods allow for deposits only, but other methods, such as e-wallets, allow players to deposit and withdraw. Being able to do both from one method is far more convenient for players.

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