Bitcoin

Be free to discuss anything related to casino banking, payment methods etc.

Headline back 2
    2,226
    views
    20
    replies
    Last post ago 10 months by cheetahwind
    Index

    Larry!!!!

    • Sr.Newbie
    • female
    • offline
    Michael Jordan once said, "Just Do IT!"
    Yee-Haw Grandma!
    • 37
      thanks given
    • 14
      thanks received
    • Started by
      Sr.Newbie
      39
    • last active 3 days ago

    Readers of this topic also read:

    Please or register to post or comment.
      • Index

        Larry!!!!

        • Sr.Newbie
        • female
        • offline
        Michael Jordan once said, "Just Do IT!"
        Yee-Haw Grandma!
        • 37
          thanks given
        • 14
          thanks received
        • Started by
          Sr.Newbie
          39
        • last active 3 days ago
        I hope I'm posting in the correct place.  Can someone PLEASE help me when it come to a US player using Bitcoin?  I'm trying to redeem my credits by getting the $25 Bitcoin, but not sure if I can or if I can when and how to use it.  One of my favorite casinos is Casino Extreme and they accept Bitcoin.

        Any help would be appreciated!
        Rated:
      • No avatar normal

        lane.jones

        • Full Member
        • male
        • offline
        • 19
          thanks given
        • 85
          thanks received
        • Replied by
          Full Member
          223
        • last active 4 months ago

        Thanks for this post from:

        • Index
        Casino Extreme is easily one of the simplest and best places to deposit using Bitcoin as I have used that method very recently but make sure you enter the correct Bitcoin amount that is required or they will need a search party to find your deposit.
      • Index

        Larry!!!!

        • Sr.Newbie
        • female
        • offline
        Michael Jordan once said, "Just Do IT!"
        Yee-Haw Grandma!
        • 37
          thanks given
        • 14
          thanks received
        • Replied by
          Sr.Newbie
          39
        • last active 3 days ago
        Thanks Lane!  Could you please      (OR ANYONE ELSE READING THIS)          help me again, and tell me the steps to take to get the $25 Bitcoin into Extreme?  I tried redeeming the $25 Neteller first, but there was a problem with Neteller. LCB informed me of this yesterday but hasn't put my $25 back into my account yet.  And they haven't answered my messages yet either.

        I've researched Bitcoin, and believe somehow I use "Circle"? I opened an account with Circle a little further back but have never used Bitcoins. If LCB puts my $25 back in, and I redeem my $25 with a Bitcoin purchase, I don't know what to do next? 

        Again, your help is greatly appreciated!  (I'm actually a 6th grade teacher who is bedridden due to the flew "Cough! Cough!...."  and was trying to figure out this.... "Bitcoin".... while I have the time.

        Thanks Bunches!  Angie
      • Index

        Larry!!!!

        • Sr.Newbie
        • female
        • offline
        Michael Jordan once said, "Just Do IT!"
        Yee-Haw Grandma!
        • 37
          thanks given
        • 14
          thanks received
        • Replied by
          Sr.Newbie
          39
        • last active 3 days ago
        Plus, I got this back from LCB yesterday and I questioned....why? but haven't been answered yet:

        "Hi Larry,

        They tried to pay your Neteller request but it came back

        “This recipient can not accept money transfers at this time.”

        Please either have Skrill or Paypal and let me know which one you want and your email address.

        Thanks
        B    "

        I'm not sure why Neteller stated that, but anyway, I have an account with Skrill but they want verification using my SSN and I stopped at that request, so now I want to use Bitcoin (which I would have purchased in the first place but didn't know Casino Extreme took Bitcoin because I always used Visa).

        Anyway,  I'm still waiting to hear from LCB to find out where my $25.00 even is? Sigh. 

        Again....Thanx to Any Help! 
        Rated:
      • Index

        okotomi1

        • Sr. Member
        • offline
        • 53
          thanks given
        • 92
          thanks received
        • Replied by
          Sr. Member
          318
        • last active 13 days ago

        Thanks for this post from:

        • Index
        This is whould you can do.
        1) Open an Bitcoin account f.e
        https://blockchain.info/

        Blockchain is a very big site and therefore a site you can trust. Go to wallet and open an account. The account looks so 1Ny356xxxxx, something like that and it is very long.

        2) Go to the LCB shop and purchase the item
        Automatically they would ask you for your account number. Give the account number.

        It might take 24h to get it because LCB need this amount of time to aproof it.

        Be aware how to log-in in your account but all of the information you get from blockchain via e-mail. I mean, log-in for at least one time to see how it works.

        You need an bitcoin account and you can have much more than one, I have 3 or 4 f.e.
      • No avatar normal

        lane.jones

        • Full Member
        • male
        • offline
        • 19
          thanks given
        • 85
          thanks received
        • Replied by
          Full Member
          223
        • last active 4 months ago

        Thanks for this post from:

        • Index
        I recommend Circle which you said you already did or Coinbase because they are very U.S. friendly. You need  to have a bank debit or credit card. I have both and I deposit frequently. Neteller is not an option to deposit anywhere in the United States. 
      • Index

        okotomi1

        • Sr. Member
        • offline
        • 53
          thanks given
        • 92
          thanks received
        • Replied by
          Sr. Member
          318
        • last active 13 days ago

        Thanks for this post from:

        • Index
        Circle and Coinbase are of course good enough too. Blockchain was just an example because I do not deposit there, I just have it for my transactions. Neteller allows you to deposit (money in) with BTC because this is ok but you cannot get money out because they are considering bitcoin as some kind of competition. This means that you cannot send BTC from your Neteller account somewhere.

        Important is to have a bitcoin account otherwise you cannot purchase anything from the LCB shop.
      • Index

        Larry!!!!

        • Sr.Newbie
        • female
        • offline
        Michael Jordan once said, "Just Do IT!"
        Yee-Haw Grandma!
        • 37
          thanks given
        • 14
          thanks received
        • Replied by
          Sr.Newbie
          39
        • last active 3 days ago
        Thanks again okotomi1!
        I went into Circle and figured it out, THANKS to YOUR help, and received my first address. So, now I'm getting ready to do the money thang.' 

        Just wanted to let ya' know you helped me bunches and saved me time.

        Thanx  Thanx  Thanx

        Angie
      • No avatar normal

        cheetahwind

        • Hero Member
        • male
        • offline
        • 140
          thanks given
        • 717
          thanks received
        • Replied by
          Hero Member
          987
        • last active 1 day ago

        Thanks for this post from:

        • Index
        Circle is the easier, Local Bit Coins would be the next easiest way to deal with Bit Coins in the US.

        It's all a matter of what your looking for really.

        Seeing how your in the US.  Neteller isn't accepting payments from anyone outside of the US for US based members.  There only setup to take casino payments from New Jersey.

        Otherwise Bit Coin is easy and pie as soon as you get a BTC address really.
      • Jenfacenew

        JennaROX

        • Hero Member
        • female
        • offline

        A smile is so simple and can change someone's day. SMILE!

        Well behaved women rarely make history! ~ Audrey Hepburn
        • 336
          thanks given
        • 442
          thanks received
        • Replied by
          Hero Member
          553
        • last active 7 days ago
        Did you guys see the surge last night? It was up over $435 but settled back down to $420 range... If the Bitcoin Forum Trolls are correct, then it will continue to rise through the end of the month.
      • Index

        Larry!!!!

        • Sr.Newbie
        • female
        • offline
        Michael Jordan once said, "Just Do IT!"
        Yee-Haw Grandma!
        • 37
          thanks given
        • 14
          thanks received
        • Replied by
          Sr.Newbie
          39
        • last active 3 days ago
        No.  I didn't see that, but that you for your FYI.
      • No avatar normal

        bongo

        • Super Hero
        • male
        • offline
        • 685
          thanks given
        • 697
          thanks received
        • Replied by
          Super Hero
          1,563
        • last active 23 hrs ago
                    Yes I keep an eye on the Bitcoin value all the time Jenna.  I  didn't know it got to $435.  Last I checked it was around  $420- $422  depending on where you look.    It's getting more expensive to deposit (mBTC).      Can't believe how fast it's risen.  Wish I had bought a bunch about a month ago!! 
      • Index

        finallyfinally

        • Jr. Member
        • male
        • offline
        • 23
          thanks given
        • 35
          thanks received
        • Replied by
          Jr. Member
          88
        • last active 8 days ago

        Thanks for this post from:

        • Index
        • No avatar small
        IMPORTANT:

        If you use circle or coinbase, NEVER send bitcoin directly TO or FROM a gambling website.

        Always send from circle/coinbase ---> your wallet ----> Gambling site.

        They follow regulations and close accounts that send bitcoin directly to casinos. (darknet markets as well)

        Also, I always encourage everyone to be in control of their bitcoin and by not using a website like blockchain except to keep small ammounts for mobile access.

        There's nothing to suggest blockchain is going to steal your bitcoin, but you're really just giving your bitcoin to a third party who sends it where you want for you.  (Mt Gox used to be what everyone used, which ended very very badly)

        Electrum is probably the easiest to get set up. electrum.org 

        It will create a seed that looks like this:

        relax armed funny tumble tree trophy junior fit raw hockey subject system abstract


        This is the key to your wallet, if you know those words, you will be able to access your bitcoin from anywhere in the world.  (along with your password if you encrypt)

        From there you will have infinte address created for sending and receiving bitcoin.
      • No avatar normal

        bongo

        • Super Hero
        • male
        • offline
        • 685
          thanks given
        • 697
          thanks received
        • Replied by
          Super Hero
          1,563
        • last active 23 hrs ago
                          Thanks for the tip Larry.  I've been using Circle for  a little over a year now and really never had any problems (so far).  I don't generally send from Circle directly though.    Kind of curious,  though,  how can they know where that long ass address goes?
      • Index

        finallyfinally

        • Jr. Member
        • male
        • offline
        • 23
          thanks given
        • 35
          thanks received
        • Replied by
          Jr. Member
          88
        • last active 8 days ago
        Many find Bitcoin appealing because they can use it anonymously.  However Bitcoin is actually the LEAST anonymous currency in the world.

        Every bitcoin transaction is recorded on the blockchain.

        Once you figure out the identity of the person or business that controls a wallet, it's pretty easy to keep track of when they receive or send bitcoins.  When you know the identities behind more than one address, you can see when one sends to the other.

        Thats why there are "tumbling services" for people who want to actually be anonymous where they send their bitcoin to one address, and receive bitcoin at a new address from an address unrelated to the original transaction.

        An exchange which holds financial licenses based on a centralized currency, they have to follow strict rules, which usually include making sure doing everything in your power to prevent your customers from using your service to launder money, buy or sell illegal things or....gamble.

        Circle explains it better than me:
        https://support.circle.com/hc/en-us/articles/204691914-It-s-not-you-it-s-me-User-Agreement-Violations-


        But trust me, if you keep making deposits at casinos directly from your circle account, it's only a matter of time, they will close your account without warning.  It happens all the time, google "Coinbase/Circle closed my account reddit"

      lcb activities in the last 24 hours

      • 25
        new members
      • 566
        members online
      • 13039
        guests online
      • 178
        new posts
      • 2314
        free games played
      Join the club

      Most viewed forum posts

      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
      Select Language
      Search
      Search Results

      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

      Submit
      39012170