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Trustdice is a provably fair dice game, originally built on the EOS blockchain, which has expanded to support a variety of cryptocurrencies.

The provably fair parts of the game are a dedicated dice game, and a game called crash, and it also features a range of normal online casino games including cards, table games, video poker, bacarrat, and a fully featured live casino.

Registration is straightforward, it’ll offer you a username which you can accept or modify, and you’ll need to complete an anti-bot slider. Once you have registered, you can add a profile image, set a recovery email address (which you will receive a confirmation link for within a few minutes), and you also have the option to use Google Authenticator to secure your account.

Once you are happy with your account, the site features a free faucet which lets you claim one of the currencies the platform supports every six hours. These are bitcoin, ethereum, tether, EOS, TXT (the platform’s own token which allows you to share earnings of the site), oath, uuu, vita and bgg.

This will give you the opportunity to test the platform itself before you spend your own coins. The system also offers a 50% commission for all faucet claims should you want to promote the site.

Trustdice also offers a VIP system as you accumulate bets, featuring ten levels of reward points, and each of these give you a bonus of between 0.02% and 0.2% depending on how much you’ve bet on your account over time. It also has a chat room, and you need to bet 0.1 EOS or 0.0001 bitcoin to be able to send messages on it.

When you decide to bet with your own crypto, the site offers three different optional deposit bonuses. The first deposit bonus gives 100% up to 1 bitcoin, as well as 25 free spins. The second deposit bonus gives a 75% bonus up to 1 bitcoin, and the third deposit bonus offers a 50% bonus up to 1 bitcoin, 50 ethereum or 10000 tether.

These are subject to a minimum of 0.0001 bitcoin, 0.05 ethereum or 10 tether. Bonus funds are available for 7 days with a maximum bet on bonus bets of 0.0007 btc, 0.05 eth or 10 tether, and can be withdrawn after being wagered 40x.

So to test depositing, I made a deposit using ethereum as the bitcoin network was pretty congested at the time of writing. There is also an option for using a variety of altcoins, and converting these into bitcoin, eos or ethereum. When generating your deposit address, you also have the option to not take a first deposit bonus, should you not want to. I generated an ethereum address, sent the transaction with a fee to ensure quick confirmation, which it did. However, the site took ten network confirmations to credit my account. As I will be testing withdrawals later, I declined the first deposit bonus, but remained available after.

First off I tried the dice game. The goal here is to guess the random number between 1 and 100, with up to 24.6x multiply available if you choose to roll under 5 or over 96 and are successful. At the same time as you roll the main game, you also roll a jackpot roll of between 0 and 9999, and if you roll 7777 you will win the jackpot. You can also stake TXT token in order to get a bonus, and you will earn some of these tokens for each bet as well as contributing towards your VIP level.

The dice game also features an autobet option, letting you choose to increase or revert your bet if you win or lose, as well as to automatically stop the betting if you roll a certain number of bets, or your betting amount goes above a certain threshold. Along with each bet, you can see the user and server seed for your bets as part of the provably fair element, and change this as you choose.

Next up, I tried the crash game. How this works is that there are different rounds which happen sequentially. Between rounds you can choose to join the round, and place your bet. Once you’re locked in, the multiplyer will slowly start and then crash at some point and it accellerates as it increases. I saw this go over 130x at one point. You can wait until you want to cash out, along with other players. If you cash out before the crash, the funds are deposited to your account. If it crashes before you cash out, you lose your bet.

Like the dice game, this also has an autobet function, where you can set the base bet, an auto cashout level, number of bets and bet amount to stop. After each round, there is also a link you can click to see the provably fair element details for each game.

Next up, I thought I’d try out the trustdice casino. Here there are a range of games from gameart, habanero, softswiss, belatra, pragmatic, bsg, spinomenal, wazdan, evoplay and platipus. These include video and classic slots, poker, blackjack, baccarat, roulette and table games. Each of these have different minimum bet requirements.

I’m a fan of blackjack, and had over a dozen options available to me. I played a few hands, and lost all of them so I decided to move onto the live casino. Here you have an option of thee games, baccarat, roulette and blackjack. There is also a lobby where you can see in one screen all of your options.

The minimum bet limits for these games vary and are considerably higher, and it wasn’t clear to me what these were for each game. However, the games have professional dealers, with crystal clear video and audio.

So having finished playing, I tested the cashout function. Here, the cashout levels are higher than the minimum deposits. For eth, the minimum cashout is 0.01, so I went into deposit, withdrawal and put in my address. You have a choice of fees to speed up the transaction time. When cashing out, you need to request a code, or use your 2fa. I entered this and hit submit. A notification said it could take up to 24 hours, but in my case I could see in etherscan that the transaction was sent after about two hours.

So overall, Trustdice performed as I had expected. It offers a solid dice game, the crash game was quite interesting, and there’s a decent range of casino games and a solid live casino offering.

By BitcoinsInIreland Editorial Team

A staff writer at BitcoinsInIreland.com who covers a range of topics on the site.