Top 3 Crypto Casinos

When it comes to cryptocurrency poker rooms, the outlook for 2020 is bright, numerous new additions to the well-established sites already offering fans of Bitcoin and other digital currencies. Here we take a look at three of the best places to indulge your cryptopoker needs…

By: Andrew Burnett

1. Bitpunter

Bitpunter is a relative newbie on the crypto-poker scene, bringing with it a wealth of experience in other spheres, and a unique approach to the digital gambling market.
Described as the ‘world's first transmining sportsbook and casino’, Bitpunter recently took the plunge into the pokersphere.

The overall plan with their innovative model is to “attract players to come to our platform and play for a long time, as they will earn tokens which provides value for them in perpetuity.”

What that means for the player, is that instead of paying a currency trading fee, tokens are awarded which give you a share of the 80% of net gaming revenue handed back by the site.

For poker players, the games are still soft enough that this token approach is an excellent incentive to take to the tables early.

Much the same as those who coined it in when Bitcoin was handed out willy-nilly back in the day, creating millionaires years later when poker players realised the value of their reward coins were going through the roof.  

It’s the perfect site if you love all forms of gambling and casino games, the poker supplemented by sportsbook, live dealer casino and slots among many others.

Check Bitpunter out here to find the best signup deal.

2. CoinPoker

When CoinPoker joined the crypto poker room community in 2017, they had Antanas TonyG Guoga to help them out in an advisory role, and a year later launched their Crypto Series of Poker.

An impressive behind-the-scenes line-up includes Canadian pro Isabelle NoMercy Mercier, now an Open Face Chinese poker guru who shares a wealth of knowledge on the CoinPoker blog, as well as ambassadors from within the crypto-mining community.

The site decided on a proprietary coin known as CHP, based on Ethereum, to power their play – CHP being a fully-fledged virtual coin as well as the in-game currency.

For players, the poker setup is attractive in its simplicity, although there are options available to jazz things up a bit. It’s not the busiest of sites, but still well worth a try.

3. Crypto Poker Club

This site is unusual in that it allows you to use both Bitcoin and Ethereum directly at the tables, rather than converting them to unique in-game currencies.

CPC also mirrors most of the non-crypto poker sites with its cash, tournament and SNG tables and sticking with the sort of rakeback and loyalty schemes that most will be familiar with.

The website, it has to be said, is a brutal affair on the eyes, and like any other pokerroom you should check out the forums for regular player reviews, but the site does have plenty of tables going in most games.

So, three Cryptopoker rooms, each bringing something different to the game. Will 2020 be the year that one of them breaks out from the pack?

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