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Old August 27th, 2011, 07:46 PM
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Default Impressive concept for online blackjack

This is one of the coolest online blackjack concepts I've seen. This game uses the semi-anonymous currency BitCoins to play, and claims to be able to prove that it is dealing a fair game. The concept sounds valid to me, although I haven't researched enough to be able to validate the claim. The principle is simple enough and sounds solid.

See details at https://bitjack21.com/

For more on BitCoins, see here: http://www.bitcoin.org/

It would seem that this addresses both of the common online gambling concerns:
1) Is the game fairly dealt? Guaranteed so, if the concept is as described.
2) Will I get paid? I assume that your winning bitcoins are delivered immediately upon the conclusion of each hand. Done deal.
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Old August 27th, 2011, 10:49 PM
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See Zzone for a good primer on Bitcoin - you can even buy illegal drugs online with it - assuming that the
gambling site is secured with the anonymous TOR protocol there can be no prosecution of the game operator). zg
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Old August 27th, 2011, 11:00 PM
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See Zzone for a good primer on Bitcoin - you can even buy illegal drugs online with it - assuming that the
gambling site is secured with the anonymous TOR protocol there can be no prosecution of the game operator). zg
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I see that the game is not TOR protected (yet). zg
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I see that the game is not TOR protected (yet). zg
Hi! Try it out at http://45apxmr6farbf7bo.onion
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Update on Bitcoin: The Rise & Fall posted to Catalyst House blog. zg
 

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