Danish Gambling Authority Publishes Whistleblower Advisory

Formal implementation of illegal gambling market surveillance announced

The Danish Gambling Authority has made clear the intention of keeping illegal operators out of the market.

Subsequently, its latest move, directed at Danish companies and citizens, is to publish an advisory outlining explaining what constitutes an illegal gambling website, the consequences of providing illegal gambling and how to report illegal operators.

Live activity feed

  • Index
    Logo 3

    Casino Ventura

    4.3
    / 107 votes
  • No avatar a112
    "I would imagine any of the casinso would allow you to withdrawal via BTC as long as you didn't deposit via a method that was also a wallet.  Like example if you deposit via Neteller, Skrill, or Pay Pal.  I would imagine that they'd want to have you withdrawal back to your wallet.  Otherwise if it's a one time use things like a Pay Safe Card or mainly just a strictly deposit option.  I would imagine that the casino would be open to sending you, your winnings by BTC.  Mainly becuase I would think that sending you BTC would be cheaper than any of the other methods available to them. I know Extreme, Bovada, and Slotocash all have BTC withdrawal options, as I'm sure many others do.  I would guess it wouldn't hurt to ask support."
    READ
  • No avatar a112
    "withdraw via bitcoins"
    READ
  • No avatar a112
    "Circle or Coinbase are both very good options as there are very small fees for getting your coin. Compared to LocalBitCoin or Paxful where the fees can get downright steep.  Circle will do you just fine as long as you don't buy too frequently or try to cash out large sums of coins at once. Otherwise if things do get scary with Circle, you can always change it up and use both Coinbase and circle interchangably. "
    READ
    Started by
    Hero Member
    Banking icon 551
  • No avatar a112
    "Good morning Rena and Jade, hope all is well. Really honestly Coinbase and Circle will do you just fine if your not getting a large sum of cash into either wallet. The need for a separate wallet probably isn't necessary. Also if you diversify how you cash out your coins if you do happen to come into a large sum of a win.  Will probably help you not get your account closed.  Like let say you win $2,000.  Cash that out into your wallet.  As long as you cash out oh say $500 a week, then know your going to go shopping at Walmart anyways.  Buy a gift card for the amount you need at CardCash.com you'll probably be ok even with a big win. (seriously check out card cash anyways, not only do you get gift cards at a discount, but they'll give you even more of a discount for buying the cards in BTC) Just a few hints.  Really, honestly the average player probably won't have an issue with either BTC exchange.  It's just the big winners are the ones who I fear for. Hopefully your enjoying BTC.  It really is a nice way to play at online casinos, mainly because you won't have to worry about your bank asking so many questions. (Especially with those foreign descriptors)  Even if they do, you can tell them with confidence that the money you got was from sale of currency.  Mainly because Coinbase is legal in the US."
    READ
    Started by
    Superstar Member
    Banking icon 6,078
  • No avatar a112
    "If the wire come directly from Uptown, then it probably came from somewhere foreign and that probably triggered a full investigation.  Which sucks, but it does happen especially when the descriptor comes across as funny. As for Coinbase, tell them you sold some currency and coinbase is turning your currency into the US Dollar.  Simple as that, and if they do all of there checks on Coinbase.  They'll see that there a licensed money transmitter in the US.  Everything is on the up and up and there shouldn't be much to question. I suppose, if you have had a high amount of deposits lately that could be cause for them to worry about where your money is coming from.  Yet honestly the Coinbase situation does seem a bit odd that they would quesiton that."
    READ
Swipe left or right to see more

lcb activities in the last 24 hours

  • 23
    new members
  • 445
    members online
  • 17976
    guests online
  • 56
    new posts
  • -1929947
    free games played
Join the club

Highest Community Rated Online Casinos

Swipe left or right to see more

Latest forum posts

  • No avatar a112
    I would imagine any of the casinso would allow you to withdrawal via BTC as long as you didn't deposit via a method that was also a wallet.  Like example if you deposit via Neteller, Skrill, or Pay Pal.  I would...
    withdraw via bitcoins
  • Hi I'm wondering if there are any casinos that allow to withraw through bitcoin where the deposit was through a different method. For example deposit with paysafecard or instadebit and withdraw btc to my bitcoin wallet.
    withdraw via bitcoins
  • No avatar a112
    Circle or Coinbase are both very good options as there are very small fees for getting your coin. Compared to LocalBitCoin or Paxful where the fees can get downright steep.  Circle will do you just fine as long as...
    CRYPTO-CURRENCY GAMING SITES

Join today and start earning rewards

You will immediately get full access to our online casino forum/chat plus receive our newsletter with news & exclusive bonuses every month.
S logo

Report to moderator

Use this function to inform the moderators and administrator of an abusive or wrongly posted message.

Please note that your email address will be revealed to the moderators if you use this

Select Language

Search

Search Results

39012170