Best Bitcoin Casino

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Last updated: October 2020

I have been gambling on the Internet since 2006. Mostly poker, but I like to think I know my way around online casinos too.

Got into Bitcoin during October 2013 (for reasons that are entirely above board). So I also like to think I know my way around cryptocurrency.

Here's my favorite Bitcoin casino based on what I know about the two.

My favourite:

SatoshiBet screenshot

There she is. Check her out for yourself.


When I want to gamble, I just want to gamble. I don't want to fill in a form that wants to know my name and where I live, and what my mother's last name was before she married my father. I just want to put some money down on red and see what happens.

SatoshiBet lets me do this.

Anonymous gambling.

Here are two glorious things about the way SatoshiBet works:

1. You can gamble without having to create an account.

Instead of logging in, you are provided with a unique URL that has been randomly generated. It looks like this:

SatoshiBet random anonymous URL

Only you know this URL, so it's like having your own temporary account. After transferring bitcoins to a unique bitcoin address (only one confirmation is needed, so takes about 10 minutes) you are free to gamble completely anonymously.

This, quite frankly, is amazing, and is only now possible thanks to cryptocurrency.

Tip: Just don't close the window and lose the address.

Tip 2: If you do accidentally close the window and lose the address, you can restore tabs in most browsers by pressing CTRL+SHIFT+t

2. You can create an account if you want, and all you have to enter is your username, password and email.

This is ideal if you want a more permanent solution.

Your email is required for password recovery, and uh, bonuses and promotions, but I've not received any emails yet so I haven't got anything interesting or funny to say about that.

Nonetheless, at least you don't have to give up your cat's favorite color before you're able to gamble with your money on the Internet.

Some other reasons.

  • Lovely website. You can see that the games look good for yourself, but the entire website design is a lesson in web development. Most casino websites are cluttered and awkward. SatoshiBet however is highly pleasurable.
  • Minesweeper. I don't harbour many vices outside of tea and digestive biscuits, but for some reason I have a penchant for simple multiplier games like this. And no, it's nothing like the game you used to hate on Windows 95.

That's mostly everything.

If I thought I could get away with a third bullet point that said "The site just feels good" I would. But I don't think I could.

What's not to like?

When you click on "Support" in the top navigation bar it opens up the email client on your computer instead of taking you to a page with a list of contact methods. I always find this an annoying surprise.


Lots of casino companies seem to be having a bash at shoe-horning bitcoin in to their websites. It usually works, but it's not done with any intelligent design.

I think SatoshiBet is what happens when bitcoin enthusiasts create an online casino.

So if you want to see how a bitcoin casino should function, try SatoshiBet.


If you don't know how bitcoin works, this 20-minute video is the most educational I've found: How Bitcoin Works Under the Hood