Bitcasino.io is now accepting Tron (TRX) cryptocurrency! Bitcasino.io supports also Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin, so Tron is the fourth cryptocurrency supported so far.
Blog Archives for Cryptocurrencies
Here you can see all the recent blog posts about Cryptocurrencies.
Bitcasino.io has made some improvements to the site: now also Litecoins and Japanese Yen are accepted!
The game count has also gotten bigger: now there are 2270 casino games to choose from 33 game providers.
Betcoin.ag crypto casino has now added also support to Bitcoin SV, which is a fork of Bitcoin Cash.
The site supports now 9 cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, Dash, Ripple, Ethereum Classic, Monero and the newcomer Bitcoin SV.
Stake.com casino has introduced support to a new cryptocurrency: Ripple (XRP)! Not many casinos support Ripple, so this is a very nice add-on!
Nine years ago, Bitcoin was used for the first time to pay for a physical thing, and probably the most expensive meal in history. Check the infographic and free spins offer – only today!
To celebrate that Cloudbet is giving away 1000 € in Bitcoins (0.21 BTC) for the best ideas for improving the blog. Read more about the rules if you want to chase the prize.
My friends at Cloudbet sent me this Bitcoin infographic and I decided to post it. There are some interesting data on big winnings on Bitcoin gambling. And also the classics in the biggest Bitcoin losers, like the classic Bitcoin pizza case.
How to stay safe with Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies? The nonstop increase (and decline) of Bitcoin price over dollar has shown its reverse side. It has given birth to a brand new cybercrime industry based on numerous scams.
We all know that pumped up Bull market feeling when the Bitcoin course jumps up. But this spring Lambo dreams faded away…or did they?
This Infographic shows you the most interesting 52 reasons and ways Bitcoin died in 2010 – 2018. As many of you know, Bitcoin is known to have “died” over 300 times or even more according to many internet and press articles. These stories about Bitcoin falling can also be called Bitcoin Obituaries.