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  1. On behalf of Primedice/Stake & the Crypto Gambling Foundation I'm looking for people who are able to write articles about specific topics related to gambling. Here's some example of articles: https://cryptogambling.org/articles/ The articles don't have to be technical like most of the ones above, but having some technical background is a bonus. You will be required to have experience in writing articles and I'll be asking for your portfolio. Message me on Telegram (@EdMiroslav) if you'd be interested in this opportunity! I'll be able to give more information there.
  2. New Gambling Website or Project Funding Have an idea for a provably fair, transparent & honest gambling project? Request funding by creating a new topic here. The Crypto Gambling Foundation will be happy to fund up to 5 BTC to individual projects as seed funding if we see merit in the idea. All funding is donation based and will not be asked to be returned in any form. Successful websites are more than welcome to give back to the foundation if they would like to. By doing this, the foundation hopes to create a trend in new websites that follow how we hope to see the Bitcoin gambling scene become. The majority of new websites now days are sadly not. The best way to break this trend is by ensuring correct practice in the new & upcoming websites. You will have to post a new topic with the application below. The topic has questions which will hopefully help determine whether your a stand out individual. Your business plan, which you will PM to me, will determine whether your business is something viable and worth funding. All approved websites for funding will automatically become junior members of the foundation. This is not a fully verified operator as you will need at least 6 months of legitimate operation in order to become eligible. Application - Post this in a new topic
  3. Thinking about possibly making it so if anyone is under the CGF logo & actually scams, we'll cover it. This wouldn't extend to investment sites, just individual bets if proven to be cheated. This would not only encourage people to verify their bets but push the brand a bit and give it extra authority. This could be a collective initiative or not.
  4. www.Betcoin.ag - Poker, Sports, Dice, Casino Community - Not provably fair - Known & confirmed scam complaints - Bad reputation in the community - Large player base - Large selection of games Link to Bitcointalk thread - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1616139.0
  5. www.Bitcasino.io - Bitcoin Casino - Not provably fair - Only uses licensed games - Lots of community complaints in regards to T&C's - Negative feedback all over Bitcointalk & other platforms - Long standing website - Large player base - Well paid affiliate system Link to Bitcointalk thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=395617.0
  6. www.Satoshidice.com - Bitcoin Cash Dicing - 100% Provably fair - Only accepts Bitcoin cash - On chain (Slow results) - Old & trusted domain name. Has had issues in the past however - Under new management which is highly trusted Link to Bitcointalk thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=77870.0
  7. www.Bitkong.com - Fun, Unique, Addictive Bitcoin Game - Not practical for proving fairness. Can manipulate outcomes if user doesn't change seed every round. - Good reputation & no negative feedback - Unique game Link to Bitcointalk thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1214505.0
  8. www.Kingdice.com - Bitcoin Dicing - 100% Provably Fair - Fast results - Good reputation, new however - Fast deposits & withdrawals - Good user feedback - Unique interface Link to Bitcointalk thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1637134.0
  9. www.Wheel99.com - Fast Wheel Game - Fake provably fair - Uses timestamp to create the outcome which gives them control. - Fast results - Smooth design - Fast deposits & withdrawals Link to Bitcointalk thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2076621.0
  10. www.bitvest.io - Investor based multi currency casino - Not practical for proving fairness. Can manipulate outcomes if user doesn't change seed every round. - Large range of unique games - Long term trusted owner - Large bank roll - Ability to invest - Good reputation - Custom made games - Faucet Link to Bitcointalk thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1221154.0
  11. www.Yolodice.com - Fast & Fair Dice Betting - 100% provably fair - Extensive ability to edit automated betting - Honest owners - Large community - Large bank roll - Ability to invest - Great statistics & information available Link to Bitcointalk thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1674772.0
  12. www.FortuneJack.com - Live casino, sports & slots - Not provably fair (Minus a couple of games with non user friendly fairness) - Issues with feedback from users regarding T&C's - Large choices of games - Trusted game providers - One of the oldest casinos - Live casino choice Link to Bitcointalk thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=774929.0
  13. www.Duckdice.io - Fair dicing - 100% provably fair - Issues with T&C's and player feedback - Deposit bonuses (Be careful) - Large bank roll - Ability to invest - Honest owners Link to Bitcointalk thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1676313.0
  14. www.Crypto-games.net - Bitcoin & Altcoin Casino - 100% Provably fair (Ability to choose whether you want to use a nonce system or a manual seed changing system - Use nonces) - 8 coins accepted - Progressive jackpot - Large bank roll - Ability to invest - Good reputation & owner - Highest paying faucet Link to Bitcointalk thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=750760.0
  15. www.Safedice.com - Bitcoin Dice since 2014 - 100% Provably fair - Good reputation - Large bankrolls (Ability to invest) - Large community - Good reputation - Honest owners Link to Bitcointalk thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=868275.0
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