5th Year Anniversary Celebration!

Hey Crypto Gamblers!

It has been almost more than few weeks since our last blog update! This week has been one of the most exciting week for us. We are now officially 5 years old! The road to this achievement was never easy for us. We had put on many hours of hard work to reach where we are now. So far, we are very proud of what we have achieved. Within five years, from a small slot machine casino we turned ourselves into one of the most well known casino out there!


Birthday celebration:

Our 5th year anniversary was commemorated with special events taking place. Users received vouchers through their email. All users that has been active for at least 500 days received an extra reward. Our most loyal users also received some surprise on their inbox. For one whole day we also had no bet delay on dice! Our celebration went on whole night through chat games and fun quizzes. A lot of free coins and lotto tickets were given away to users that were active on chat. We all had fun and this is one of the days we will never forget.

July Wagering Contest Winners:

The July wagering contest was a blast. Once again, we have seen our long term winners still being able to hold their title as top winners. A brief summary of the winners and their rewards for their achievements has been given below:
Bitcoin: User SuperStar , one of our notorious high roller once again won the top position of bitcoin wagering contest leader board. The user has successfully conquered the top position of the wagering contest by wagering a total of 1,289.144 BTC. The user has been rewarded with the maximum reward of 1 BTC for his achievements. Second place was taken by maxownage01 who has wagered only 245.913 BTC and has been rewarded with 0.4672 BTC. Third place has been taken by winner11 who has wagered a total of 34.66 BTC and has been rewarded a total of 0.05546 BTC. The fourth place occupied by Sceobba658 who has wagered a total of 26.92 BTC to obtain this position and has been rewarded with 0.037 BTC. The fifth place has been taken by treebeard who has wagered a total of 26.206 BTC and was rewarded with 0.0314 BTC for his achievements. The rest of the winning position has been taken by roma, Peygir, YouPayNow, PorRoo. The users have been rewarded with 0.0259 BTC, 0.01936 BTC, 0.0142 BTC, 0.0111 BTC and 0.0085 BTC according to their respective positions. A total of 1.663 BTC has been distributed amount the winners. Along with those bitcoins, 828 lotto tickets have been spread out to the winners based on their rankings.

Bitcoincash: The top player of bitcoincash July wagering contest winner is tmills who has wagered a total of 88.288 BCH and has been rewarded a total of 0.176 BCH for his achievements. The second position has been occupied by itsallabout who has wagered a total of 63.308 BCH and has been rewarded with 0.1139 BCH based on his wagered amount and position. The third place has been taken by m4ansen who has wagered only 62.555 BCH winning a total of 0.0938 BCH as a reward. The fourth place has been taken by Gordy894 who has wagered a total of 60.439 BCH and has been rewarded with 0.0846 BCH. The last winning position has been conquered by Lutpin who has wagered a total of 50.534 BCH and has won a total of 0.0606 BCH as a reward for his achievements. A total of 0.529 BCH has been distributed among the winners.

Dash:  User Narayana has become the top winner of Dash July wagering contest. The user has wagered a total of 129.212 DASH to reach this position. For his success the user has been rewarded with 0.258 DASH. The second position has been taken by Lutpin who has wagered a total of 102.927 DASH and has been rewarded with a total of 0.1852 DASH as a reward for his achievements.  Third position has been taken by treebeard who has wagered a total of 65.1104 DASH and has been rewarded with a total of 0.09766 DASH. The fourth position has been taken by Mohamadreza who has wagered a total of 54.832 DASH. The user has been rewarded with a total of 0.034 DASH for his achievements.  The last winning place has been taken by Pandarian who has wagered a total of 24.367 DASH and has been rewarded with a total of 0.0292 DASH based on his wagered amount and position. A total of 0.64676 DASH has been rewarded to users of the leader board winners.

Dogecoin: User sharma has wagered a total of 18,114,438 DOGE which has placed him on the top of the Doge wagering contest of July. The user based on his wagered amount and position has been rewarded with 36,228 DOGE. The second position has been taken by Claudio513 who has wagered a total of 12,731,751 DOGE and has been rewarded with 22,917 DOGE for his achievements. The third position has been taken by Skyelar who has wagered a total of 11,728,683 DOGE and has been rewarded with 17,593 DOGE for his wagered amount and position throughout the month. The fourth position has been taken by phenozarky who has wagered a total of 6,815,327DOGE and has been rewarded with 9,541  DOGE. The fifth position has been taken by superdicer who has wagered a total of 6,039,596 DOGE winning a total of 7,247 DOGE as a reward. The sixth place has been occupied by davood1977 who has wagered a total of 5,568,731 DOGE to reach this position and has been rewarded with 6,125 DOGE. The last winning position has been occupied by Ogre469 who has wagered a total of 4,305,618 DOGE and has been rewarded with 4,305 DOGE. A total of 103,958 DOGE has been given to the winners! Along with those Doge coins a total 335 doge lotto tickets has been distributed to the winners based on their position.

Ethereumclassic: User mark197 has secured the top position of ETC leaderboard of July wagering contest. The user has wagered a total of 17,040 ETC to win over this position. This user has been rewarded with 34.08 ETC based on his wagered amount and position. The second position has been taken by gokilipa who has wagered a total of 11,113 ETC winning 20 ETC for his achievements. The third position has been taken by DemiGod who has wagered a total of 7,379 ETC and has been rewarded with 11.06 ETC. The fourth position has been taken by Skyelar who has wagered a total of 2,787.77  ETC winning a 3.902 ETC as a reward. The last winning position has been taken by Claudio513 who has wagered a total of 1,059 ETC and has been rewarded 1.271 ETC for his wagered amount and position in the leaderboard. A total of  70.326 ETC has been distributed among the leader board winners!

Ethereum: The Ethereum wagering contest has been a wild one. Shon672 is the top winner of the Ethereum wagering contest leader board. The user wagered a total of 1,437.411 ETH and has been rewarded with a total of 3.162 ETH for his achievements. The second place has been taken by Iocyn816 who has wagered a total of 1,417.76 ETH and has been rewarded with 2.69 ETH. The third place has been taken by BigDragon who has wagered a total of 1,318.932 ETH and has been rewarded with 1.5 ETH for his success. The fourth place has been taken by lulz4head who has wagered a total of 365.83 ETH and 0.512 ETH has been given as a reward to that user for his position and wagered amount. The fifth position has been taken by Aluuin396 who has wagered a total of 258.689 ETH and has been rewarded with 0.3104 ETH as a reward. The sixth position has been held by Faine937 who has wagered a total of 171.98 ETH and has received a reward of 0.189 ETH for his achievements. Rest of the position has been filled by Aguisel935, Toasty, PorRoo and Cleavon472. Each user has won a total of 0.1708 ETH, 0.1525 ETH, 0.1298 ETH and 0.086 ETH as a reward based on their respective position. A total of 8.9056 ETH has been rewarded to the users along with 828 lotto tickets.

NeoGas: User prince94 was the player who came out to be first on the NeoGas July wagering contest leader board. The user has wagered a total of 1,827 GAS and has been rewarded with a total of 3.65 GAS for his achievements. The second position has been taken by robbiewho has wagered a total of 1,430.86 GAS and has been rewarded with 2.575 GAS. The third position has been taken by vault who has wagered a total of 1,330.734 GAS receiving a total of 1.996 GAS. The fourth and fifth position has been taken by pop9 and Vlad326 where the user wagered a total of 1,125.65 GAS and 1,053.32 GAS receiving a total of 1.575 GAS and 1.263 GAS. A total of 11.065 GAS has been given out to the winners

Litecoin: User ILoveLTC has won the first position in Litecoin wagering contest leader board of July. The user wagered a total of 17,915.78 LTC and has been rewarded with 15 LTC. The second position has been taken by tmills who has wagered a total of 1,574.51 LTC and has been rewarded with 2.834 LTC. The third position has been taken by Cuelino478 who has wagered a total of 1,150.44 LTC and has received a total of 1.725 LTC as a reward. The fourth position has been taken by Faine937 who has wagered a total of 824.247 LTC and has received a total of 1.1539 LTC as a reward for his position and wagered amount. The fifth, sixth and seventh position has been taken by jeremyfought, fatgooseNNA and Wertolino where the user wagered a total of 451.57 LTC, 379.725 LTC and 360.71 LTC. Each received a total reward of 0.5418 LTC, 0.41769750 LTC and 0.360 LTC as a reward. A total of 22.033 LTC has been given out to the winner along with 790 LTC lotto tickets.

Strat: User DemiGod has conquered the top position of Stratis wagering contest leader board. The user has wagered a total of 97,689.69 Start and has been rewarded with 195.37 Strat for his achievements. The second position has been taken by Plucky who has wagered a total of 14,246.058 Strat and has been rewarded with 25.642 Strat for his reward. The third position has been taken by Skyelar who has wagered a total of 12,883.288 Strat and has been rewarded with 19.324 Strat based on his wagered amount and position. The fourth position has been taken by Eega who has wagered a total of 11,572.504 Strat and has been rewarded with 16.201 Strat. The last winning position has been taken by lunderbeg who has wagered a total of 8,135.151 Strat and has been rewarded with a total of 9.7621 Strat for his achievements. A total of 266.308 Start has been distributed among the winners.

Monero: The first position has been taken by psygambler who has wagered a total of 2,695.752 XMR and has been rewarded with 5.391 XMR. The second position has been taken by treebeard who has wagered a total of 391.604 XMR and has been rewarded with 0.704 XMR for his achievements. The third position has been taken by sharma who has wagered a total of 174.592 XMR which has secured him a reward of 0.261 XMR. The fourth and fifth position has been taken by Nullpointer and fuziondevops who has wagered a total of 70.79 XMR and 64.25 XMR each winning a total of 0.09911 XMR and 0.0771 XMR. A total of 6.534 XMR has been given out to the winners of the Monero wagering contest as a reward. 

All rewards have been dealt to the players within few hours. Along with the rewards, the top five users for each coin has received the [VIP] tag. They now have access to all the VIP exclusive features. The tag will last until the end of the next wagering contest.  July’s  wagering contest has already been started with less than 9 days left for users to fight for the top position and claim those sweet rewards. If you weren’t able to participate on last month’s contest, now is the perfect opportunity to do so.

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July wagering contest has already started. Don’t forget, we also have a no bet delay promotion every Monday which can help you reach the top position more easily. Remember, there are coins that are not much active in the wagering contest which you can join and easily reach the top position. Be at least on top five to get the VIP tag and access all its feature for one whole month. We hope that you enjoyed our birthday celebration and stay with us till the end.

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Faucet Usage and Faucet Abuse - An in-depth analysis

What is faucet abuse? 

This is a question that gets asked regularly in our chat, and on the spot, it can be difficult to define what is and what is not faucet abuse. Even more so when trying to be brief and without filling the chat with long range explanations and background information. Even when doing so, players often perceive the answers to be too vague and have further in-depth questions. To put it simply, the question of faucet usage is one that breaks the barriers of our chatroom. Thus as a better way of addressing this topic, in this post we will explore both intended usage and abuse of the faucets, to give players a better idea about what is acceptable and what is not. We will try to create a reference set of examples and rules players can rely on and use to inform themselves. Which brings us back to our initial question: What is faucet abuse? To properly understand which behaviour amounts to abuse, it is helpful to first explain what the intended usage of the faucets is. Let us start off with just that. 

Why are there faucets? 

Faucets have long been a standard feature for cryptocurrency gambling sites. One main advantage cryptocurrencies provide is the added (pseudo-)anonymity. While this is a great feature in many cases, it can also enable malicious players, and a lot of shady services are out there. Faucets allow you to test a new site you discover before you have to make any deposits to it. They enable you to try the site, familiarize yourself with the features and provable fairness, and explore the details of it, without risking any of your own money. If you then are confident with what you see and experience, you can make a deposit and use the site as intended.

But then why do you offer increasing faucets? 

Upon explaining the main purpose of faucets, this is a common follow-up question. If faucets are only to test and familiarize, why do people with older accounts get more/bigger faucets? While the above mentioned is the primary intention behind faucets, it is not the sole. Faucets also allow you to enjoy the site when otherwise you could not. We know that waiting sucks, and we want to help you pass the time. If you’re waiting for a deposit, or if you’re currently in the process of buying new cryptocurrencies and are waiting for your orders to be filled, or if you cannot make a deposit for any other reason right now, the faucets are a way to continue playing and enjoying the site and chat. They’re also a good way to test new strategies, which is something even the most experienced gambler will likely do at one point.

To sum it up: Faucets help you to get started, bridge the time you are waiting, and improve your strategies. Now that we have defined what the intended use of the faucets is, it is time to take a look at the exact opposite of that, faucet abuse. While abuse can come in many different forms and ways, here are some of the most common methods we either observe being used a lot, or are asked about a lot:

All-in bets at high multipliers 
This is the classic faucet abuse scenario. It relies on betting the full faucet amount on a multiplier that brings the balance just over the minimum for a withdrawal, and is executed for as long as needed. Once the high multiplier bet is won, the player immediately issues a withdrawal. While some may claim they are simply testing the site, that is not what happens here. The betting and exploring is not the reason for the actions, it is a mean to an end, the ultimate goal is to make a withdrawal, not familiarize yourself with the site or improve your understanding.

Betting from faucets and depositing to reach the withdrawal limit
In this scenario, a player gambles from the faucets until they reach an amount they want to withdraw. Due to this amount being below the withdrawal limit, they then deposit enough coins to issue a withdrawal. Without further betting, they withdraw all coins, those from the faucets and the faucet winnings, as well as the deposit. A player might argue that they are making a deposit, and thus should receive the coins, but they are not risking their deposit in this scenario, they are only depositing to meet the withdrawal minimums. All bets and all risked coins are still made from faucet. Thus we consider withdrawals like these to be faucet-withdrawals and might deny them accordingly with our terms of service.

Creating a second account and wagering to claim affiliate commissions 
The idea is simple: Affiliates get 25% of the house edge on all bets their referrals make, including faucet bets. It is tempting for some to refer themselves and bet from faucets with their second account to generate affiliate revenue for their main account. This method doesn’t just violate the faucet protection part of the terms of service, it also violates another section, the multi-accounting rule. Every player is only allowed one account, and referring yourself is strictly prohibited. In cases where we find users to refer themselves, we will block all involved accounts. We do insist on strict adherence to this rule.

Continuously withdrawing from faucets
This is the exact way the terms of service put it. What is meant by this is, if you play from faucets, and only play from faucets, and withdraw again and again, it also does amount to faucet abuse. While none of the above methods have to be employed, continuously withdrawing from faucets does exactly the same damage to our investors. It’s explicitly mentioned in the terms of services everyone has to agree and is important to remember. Which brings us to our closing point: Why the focus on protecting the faucets from abuse?

Faucet abuse damages other users - the investors

The faucets are provided and paid for by everyone who is invested in the bankroll of the respective coin. People abusing and farming the faucets do not just damage the site, they actively hurt our investors. As part of the trust investors place in us when committing their funds to our bankroll, we believe it is our duty to protect their coins from abuse and malicious behaviour. We want to do right by our investors, and that means having proper rules for accepted usage of the faucet system.

Closing words

Finally, there is one last thing worth mentioning: Do not be afraid. We often read from regular, normal players that they are worried about the anti-abuse rules. You shouldn’t be. If you simply use the faucet in a proper way, make deposits and withdrawals, and do not go out of your way to enrich yourself off the faucets, there is nothing you have to be concerned about. This post is meant as a reference for those asking about abuse, not as a way to strike fear in everyone using the faucets. After all, the main purpose of our site is to provide entertainment and joy. And we’d like to do this for as long as possible, for as many players as possible.

30th July

Hey Everyone!

Hope you guys are doing fine! Almost two weeks have passed since our last update. A lot has taken place since then. A new month is about to begin and so is the July wagering contest coming to an end. A brief summary of all the activity taken place within this month has been posted on this blog update!


July Wagering Contest Update:

Just less than a day left before the July wagering contest comes to an end. The contest has been a fierce one and many users are fighting to achieve a better position at the wagering contest leader board. A lot of users managed to max out their reward. All they are doing now is defending their current position! A brief summary of the current leader board is given below.

Bitcoin: Our all time high roller, SuperStar can be currently seen at the top of the bitcoin wagering contest leader board. The user has currently wagered an awestruck amount of 1,289.144 BTC! Based on his wagered amount the user will receive an estimate amount of 1 BTC out of the maximum of 1 BTC reward if the user manages to hold this position. The second position is currently occupied by maxownage01 who has wagered a total of 245.91 BTC and will receive an estimate amount of 0.46 BTC as a reward out of the maximum of 0.6 BTC reward. The third position is for now taken by winner11. The user has wagered 34.66 BTC to be in this position and will receive an estimate reward of 0.0554 BTC out of the maximum of 0.3 BTC reward if the user manages to hold this position.

Bitcoincash: User tmaills can be currently seen at the top of the Bitcoincash wagering contest leader board. The user has wagered a total of 88.288 BCH and will receive an estimate reward of 0.176 BCH out of the maximum of 6 BCH reward based on his current achievements. The second position has been taken by itsallabout who has wagered a total of 63.3 BCH and will receive an estimate reward of 0.113 BCH out of the maximum of 4 BCH reward. The third place is currently taken by m3ansen who has wagered a total of 62.55 BCH and based on his current position and wagered amount will receive an estimate reward of 0.093 BCH out of the maximum of 2 BCH reward.

Dash: Currently, user Narayana can be seen at the top of the leader board of Dash wagering contest. The user has wagered a total of 129.21 Dash and will receive an estimate reward of 0.258 Dash out of the maximum of 5 Dash as a reward. The second place is currently occupied by Lutpin who has wagered a total of 102.92 Dash and will receive an estimate reward of 0.185 Dash out of the maximum of 3 Dash reward. The third position is currently taken by treebeard who has wagered a total of 65.11 Dash and will receive an estimate reward of 0.09766 Dash out of the maximum of 1.5 Dash as a reward.

Dogecoin: User sharma is currently dominating the Doge coin wagering contest leader board. The user has currently occupied the first position by wagering 18,114,438 Doge and based on his current achievements will receive an estimate reward of 36,228 Doge out of the maximum of 300,000 Doge as a reward. The second position is currently taken by Claudio513 who has wagered a total of 12,731,751 Doge and will receive an estimate reward of 22,917 Doge out of the maximum of 170,000 Doge as a reward. Skyelar can be seen on the third position. The user has come to this position by wagering 11,728,638 Doge and will receive an estimate reward of 17,593 Doge out of the maximum of 100,000 Doge based on his current achievements.

Ethereumclassic: User mark197 has currently taken over the top position of the ETC wagering contest leader board. The user has wagered a total of 17,040 ETC and will receive an estimate reward of 34.08 ETC out of the maximum of 70 ETC reward based on his current achievements. The second position is currently taken by gokilpa who has wagered a total of 11,113.93 ETC. If the user manages to hold into this position, the user will receive an estimate reward of 20.005 ETC out of the maximum of 40 ETC reward. The third place is taken by DemiGod who has wagered a total of 7,379.2 ETC and will receive an estimate reward of 11.068 ETC out of the maximum of 20 ETC reward.

Ethereum: User Shon672 is currently dominating the ETH wagering contest leader board. The user has wagered a total of 1,437.41 ETH and will receive an estimate reward of 3.16 ETH out of the maximum of 5 ETH reward. The second position is currently occupied by Iocyn816 who has wagered a total of 1,417 ETH and will receive an estimate reward of 2.69 ETH out of the maximum reward of 3 ETH based on his current position and wagered amount. The third position is occupied by BigDragon who has wagered a total of 1,270.2 ETH and will receive the maximum reward of 1.5 ETH if the user manages to hold into this position.

NeoGas: User prince94 is currently on the top of the GAS wagering contest leader board. The user has wagered a total of 1,827.61 GAS and will receive an estimate reward of 3.655 GAS out of the maximum of 100 GAS reward. The second position is currently taken by Robbie666 who has wagered a total of 1,422.41 GAS and will receive an estimate reward of 2.56 GAS out of the maximum of 60 GAS reward. The third position is taken by Kramer who has wagered a total of 1,328.15 GAS and will receive an estimate reward of 1.992 GAS out of the maximum of 30 GAS reward.

Litecoin: User ILoveLTC can be seen at the top of the LTC wagering contest leader board. The user has wagered an astonishing amount of 17,908.45 LTC and will receive the maximum reward of 15 LTC if the user manages to hold onto his position. The second position is taken by tmills who has wagered a total of 1,515.89 LTC and will receive an estimate reward of 2.728 LTC out of the maximum reward of 10 LTC. The third position is taken by Cuelino478 who has wagered a total of 1,150.44 LTC  and will receive an estimate reward of 1.72 LTC out of the maximum of 5 LTC reward.

Stratis: User DemiGod is currently dominating the Strat wagering contest leader board. The user has wagered a total of 195.37 STRAT and will receive an estimate reward of 195.37 STRAT out of the maximum of 500 STRAT as a reward. The second position is currently taken by Skyelar who has wagered a total of 12,883 STRAT and will receive an estimate reward of 23.1899 STRAT out of the maximum of 250 STRAT as a reward. The third position has been taken by NobEgg who has wagered a total of 11,567 STRAT and will receive an estimate reward of 17.351 STRAT out of the maximum of 125 STRAT as a reward.

Monero: Currently psygambler has captured the first position of the XMR wagering contest leader board. The user has wagered a total of 2,695.75 XMR and will receive an estimate reward of 5.39 XMR out of the maximum of 8 XMR reward. The second position is currently taken by treebeard. The user has wagered a total of 391.6 XMR. Based on his current achievements and position, the user will receive an estimate reward of 0.7 XMR out of the maximum of 5 XMR reward. The third position is occupied by sharma who has wagered a total of 174.59 XMR and will receive an estimate reward of 0.261 XMR out of the maximum of 2.5 XMR reward.

Just few more hours left before we announce the winners and reward them. It is not uncommon to see some last moment changes on the leader board! 

More information about the current contest can be found by going to “Your Account” and clicking on “Contests”. Don’t forget, along with those free coins, you will also be getting free lotto tickets (for selected coins only) and the [VIP] tag with access to exclusive VIP chat channel. VIPs also have no dice speed limit every day! They also enjoy 0 divest fees on short term investments.

Jackpots:

Unfortunately, no users managed to hit the jackpot throughout the whole month. The last jackpot was won by Stevoo who won 0.0342 BTC (1 % of the total jackpot) and wagered only 0.00008922 BTC!
More information on how to win the jackpot and claim 100% of the reward can be found at the “Jackpot” section in FAQ. If you still have questions about the jackpot, feel free to ask us on the chat channel. We will always be there to help you out!

Lotto:

Bitcoin Lotto Round 385 has been won by Pepepu35 (1st place with a win chance of 17.652 %), DatBcH (2nd place with a win chance of 2.030 %) and SuperStar (3rd place with a win chance of 26.478 %). Each user won 0.09 BTC, 0.01699 BTC and 0.005665 BTC based on their respective places.

Bitcoin Lotto Round 386 has been won by BeYourBoss (1st place with a win chance of 16.883 %) and RainBot (2nd and 3rd place with a win chance of 19.481 %). Each user won 0.00616 BTC, 0.001155 BTC and 0.000385 BTC based on their respective positions.

Bitcoin Lotto Round 387 has been won by Accountant (1st place with a win chance of 10 %), Lutpin (2nd place with a win chance of 0.769 %) and Skyelar (3rd place with a win chance of 20 %). Each user won 0.0104 BTC, 0.001950 BTC and 0.000650 BTC based on their respective position.

Bitcoin Lotto Round 388 has been won by klepto (1st  place with a win chance of 1.299 %), BeYourBoss (2nd  place with a win chance of 1.299 %) and roma (3rd  place with a win chance of 43.29 %). Each user won 0.01848 BTC, 0.003465 BTC and 0.001155 BTC respectively according to their position.

Bitcoin Lotto Round 389 has been won by BeYourBoss (1st place with a win chance of 7.059 %), Skyelar (2nd  place with a win chance of 30.588 %) and diRe (3rd place with a win chance of 16.471 %). Each user won 0.0.006800 BTC, 0.0.006800 BTC and 0.0.000425 BTC respectively according to their position.

Bitcoin Lotto Round 393 has been won by NakedHiker (1st place with a win chance of 45.872 %) and santi77777 (2nd and 3rd place with a win chance of 5.505 %). Each user won 0.008720 BTC, 0.001635 BTc and 0.000545 BTC.

Litecoin Lotto Round 104 had a huge pot, thanks to the wagering contest winners. The round has been won by KiLLer (1st place with 5.531 % of win chance), Skyelar (2nd position with a win chance of 6.637 %) and ILoveLTC (3rd place with a win chance of 33.186 %). The users according to their winning position won 3.616 LTC, 0.678 LTC and 0.226 LTC.

Litecoin Lotto Round 108 has been won by stopBSpeople (1st place with 1.515 % of win chance), Mast3rGMT33 (2nd position with a win chance of 1.515 %) and Badulf499 (3rd place with a win chance of 33.333 %). The users according to their winning position won 0.264 LTC, 0.050 LTC and 0.017 LTC.

Doge coin Lotto Round 193 also had a huge pot from the wagering contest lotto ticket entries. User phenozarky won the 1st position with a win chance of 21.745 %. User s0lidus won the 2nd position with a win chance of 9.585 % and Skyelar won the 3rd position with a win chance of 22.747 %. Each user according to their winning position won 111,840 Doge, 20,950 Doge and 6,990 Doge respectively.
Doge coin Lotto Round 196 has been won by user Skyelar (1st and 2nd place with a win chance of 35.294 %) and Afknow (3rd place with a win chance of 20.588 %). Rach user according to their winning position won 10,880 Doge, 2,040 Doge and 680 Doge respectively.

Ethereum Lotto Round 162 was the round right after the wagering contest. This lotto round had a very generous amount of ETH in the pot, thanks to the wagering contest winners. User Skyelar won the first place with a win chance of 16.973 %. Second place has been won by BigDragon (16.722 % of win chance) and the last place has been won by Cleavon472 (5.853 % of win chance). The users won 1.4352 ETH, 0.2691 ETH and 0.0897 ETH according to their winning position.

Ethereum Lotto Round 165 has been won by Skyelar who has taken all three winning position (1st, 2nd and 3rd position with a win chance of 50.407 %) and has won 0.1476 ETH, 0.0277 ETH and 0.0092 ETH according to his different winning position respectively.
Head over to the lotto page and buy some tickets. The next lotto round rewards are going to be filled with wagering contest tickets which means a huge pot will be available for each coin! We have seen people winning with as small as 0.1 % win chance! Try out your luck now.

All bets made at crypto-games.net are provably fair and each bet can be verified individually.
July wagering contest has less than a day left before it comes to an end. Don’t worry if you did not joni this month’s wagering contest. As always, you can join the upcoming August wagering contest which will have a fresh start of the leader board. Don’t forget about the Monday’s which can be a huge advantage for users to boost themselves to reach the top of wagering contest leader board.

Keep in mind, there are coins that are not much active in the wagering contest which you can use to bet on different games and easily reach the top position. Again, if you have some different alt coins that you can deposit directly through CoinSwitch from our casino, give it a try!  We have made an entire blog post over here on how to use CoinSwitch. A video tutorial has also been posted over here. It is very easy and efficient to use! If you have any suggestions or wish to leave a feedback, don’t hesitate to contact us through email or directly through the chat! We are always there for you and try our best to reach maximum user satisfaction level. Always keep your eye on our social media pages and the blog to keep yourself updated!


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