Well first of all, I would like to apologize for not getting a thread going for last week. June 1st was my birthday and since I work during the week. I took memorial day weekend as my weekend to celebrate at my favorite casino than no other Mystic Lake. Went up and enjoyed the zoo, a movie, and just took in some nice personal time.
Now onto the talk of the price of BTC. I know I've said several times in quite a few threads including the ones I have started. That normally BTC stabilizing for a while around a certain price and goes up and down. Well can we say BTC has made a liar out of me for the last 2 weeks. The last time I published BTC had gone a bit, not horribly, like it has in the past. Yet it had gone down a measly $10. Well now compared to that $440.00 mark, the current price of BTC has blown that out of the water.
The current price of BTC is around the $580.00 mark. Which means in a 2 week period that the price of a single BTC has gone up $140.00. Let me tell ya, I've never seen BTC so high before. I really have, but never once I have seen it get this high and stay high. I'm really wondering if people are hoarding it on purpose because of the halving of the distribution of BTC or what the real story is. Yet it's amazing on how high the price has gotten.
So I suppose for those who play strictly at casinos that only allow you to play in BTC. Not in the US equivalent. Yes I'll agree, the cost of gaming has gotten really pricey. Compared to when I started that the worst the price of BTC has gotten was $300. This whole jump in the currencies price has really got me wondering how long this surge will happen and when I should bail on my little stash I have going on.
Anywho enough chat on the price. I could go on and on about that.
There's a new game out by Game Art called Dragon Lady. Which has 10 lines and has a free spin feature that gives you 15 free games. The beauty of this game is the forward and backward pays. Then during the free games you get super stacked wilds in the middle to create more ways to win and more frequent pays. Then also during the free games if you get 1 completely filled column of wilds. Then you get a free respin to see if you can win more than what your initial pay had triggered. So far off of a 5 mBTC bet, the best I have done to date is 300 mBTC. Which isn't bad compared to how long the slot could have paid.
Then onto some other house keeping that has been brought to my attention. Apparently Bovada, Slots.LV, Ignition, and Bodog. All now require affiliates to be paid in BTC. Which is great for someone like me who doesn't mind the currency. Yet as stated in a few other threads about it. Some people the horrible theory that all BTC and other crypto currencies are good for is theft and black market stuff. So they absolutely despise being paid in as they call it monopoly money.
So for those of you out there who do promote this brand. What do you think. Do you think an affiliate program should especially one as large as Bodog is should be allowed to only pay out in one currency, even if there's a lot of controversy or not?
As always feel free to post any questions and comments below on my topics or anything other BTC related topics. Have a great week all.
BTC Gaming News 6-5-2016 (You need to read this)
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