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Promoted post – Part of our Bitcoin Gambling series
Limoplay is an online bitcoin, operating a wide variety of bitcoin gambling games, from Amatic, SoftSwiss, BetSoft, Quickfire, Endorphina, Pocketdice and Netent. You can play in your browser, and they currently have a welcome package of up to 4 bitcoin plus 100 free spins on Fruitzen and Bomanji, as well as promotions across the week including reload bonuses. They also support fiat currencies such as US, Canadian and Australian Dollars, Euro, and Sterling, as well as fun credits.
I started off by registering an account which is a simple process, and selected bitcoin as our currency. We deposited 0.01 bitcoin onto it, and it took zero confirmations for us to be able to start playing, as the transaction was broadcast across the blockchain. This gave me 10mbtc to play with. I then had a look through the games on offer. Many of the games had an option to play for fun without registering, to get used to the game before switching over to bet some of my bitcoin. However, some of them only are open to real money players, such as the Dark Knight game.
I started off having a look at their standard blackjack game, and played a few hands, winning as many as I lost across ten hands or so. I then went into their slot games, and there was a decent selection of attractive looking games. Lucky Lady’s Clover caught my eye, so I gave that a go. It had an autospin setting, with a couple of options so you could set it to keep going, or stop after any win, or wins of a certain amount. It also had sound effects on each spin.
Then I had a look in Limoplay’s casual game section, which had a number of scratch cards, dice games. I had a look at SuperZeroes, which had nice bright artwork. Looking through the other games on offer, you can also select a little heart icon to favourite. I went back to blackjack and played a few hands with the bitcoin I had deposited. In one hand, I got two blackjacks, and the game offered me insurance, as the dealer had gotten an ace. I played a few hands, and was up a bit, so wanted to see how withdrawals worked. Checking my wallet, I could see that my transaction had gotten two confirmations, so I went to cashout. I put in a new address for the cashout, and as it was a new address, I had to confirm it by email. It then stayed pending for a few minutes, and after my original deposit had confirmed a few more times, I got the payout.
So Limoplay has a range of options available for freeplay, bitcoin and fiat players who are looking for a flutter.