Cafe Casino Offers Free $100 Bitcoin Special

08 June 2016

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Cafe Casino is one of many online casino sites these days that accept bitcoin as a deposit and withdrawal method. While it has caught on to a large degree because of built-in features like anonymous transactions and a different standard for security than credit cards and electronic wallets, they still want to encourage even more new players to use this banking method. As a result, they have a new promotion going now that gives players a free $100 chip when they make their first deposit using bitcoin.

How This Free Chip Works

To get your free $100 chip, all you have to do is deposit with the bitcoin method on your initial deposit to this casino. As long as you meet the minimum deposit guidelines, there are no other real requiremens to this bonus aside from the play-through. There is a 100x play-through requirement on this offer before you can cash out, and you can only cash out up to $500 when you claim this free chip. You won't be given rewards points from your play with this free chip. Slots, scratch cards and keno count as 100 percent for the wagering requirements. Pai Gow, Tri Card Poker, Let Em Ride and all forms of Caribbean poker count as 20 percent. Baccarat, most blackjack and all types of video poker count as 10 percent. Finally, roulette, craps, single-deck blackjack and double-deck blackjack count as 5 percent.

The Bitcoin Revolution at Cafe Casino

Cafe Casino has not been around all that long, but they're trying to lead a bitcoin revolution with this offer. This deal will expire on July 31, 2016, so you have plenty of time to get together a bitcoin deposit that meets the minimum amounts (which are pretty low) to take advantage of this $100 free chip offer. You can cash out up to $500 in winnings with this deal, so you could very easily end up as a big winner on this casino's wide range of slots, table games and other titles. Overall, it's a great offer and a great incentive to try bitcoin if you haven't already.

By Jesse Eddleman