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Online Casinos in general: 35k, what now?

Topic created on 02nd Apr. 2024 | Page: 1 of 2 | Answers: 29 | Views: 2,051
Nopersonality
Hello,
I have won 35k at a casino, but with Curacao license. The only payment methods available are bank transfer, MiFinity and Bitcoin etc
I have my account with N26, but I just read that they are now also closing accounts.

What can I do? Never expected to win so much.

I'm thinking about keeping my hands off it, as much as it hurts.

Maybe someone who has had similar experiences can help.

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moralischverwerflich
Top Member
For 35k I would gladly have my account terminated if I had any doubts 😅

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moralischverwerflich
Top Member
Pay it to mifi or Bitcoin and then pay it out in chunks. That's it.
If Bitcoin, then a wallet between casino and exchange. You can then pay out from the exchange as you wish.
If you don't want to pay out too much at once, swap it into Usdt, then you won't really lose anything if Bitcoin falls in price.
The story is finished

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Nopersonality

morallyreprehensible wrote on 03.04.2024 at 05:54: Pay it to mifi or Bitcoin and then chunk it out. Done.

And there can't be any problems? I don't know anything about Bitcoin. How much can I then pay out in chunks?

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Donnie
Expert
What a clown, plays for money and doesn't know how to pay it out kann🤦‍♂️

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Pat1991
Top Member
Donnie wrote on 03.04.2024 at 08:18: Wat n clown, plays for money and doesn't know how to pay it off kann🤦‍♂️

Donnie as he lives and breathes. Gorgeous.

Pay it to mifi or Bitcoin and then pay it out in chunks. That's it.

If Bitcoin, then a wallet between casino and exchange. You can then pay out from the exchange as you wish.

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frapi07
Expert

Nopersonality wrote on 02.04.2024 at 23:29: Hello,
I have won 35k at a casino, but with Curacao license. The only payout methods are bank transfer, MiFinity and Bitcoin etc
I have my account with N26, but I just read that they are now also closing accounts.

What can I do? Never expected to win so much.

I'm thinking about keeping my hands off it, as much as it hurts.

Maybe someone who has had similar experiences can help.


You're giving up 35k because you're afraid of losing your bank account? That really wouldn't be smart.

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Pat1991
Top Member
Shit, couldn't edit.morallyreprehensible actually explained it very well: crypto or wallet are the solution.

In an emergency, just buy vouchers with Bitcoin (there are portals for this) and go shopping with the money. No problem

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bruffl
Expert
Get an account with Coinbase, they are no longer based in the EU.
Of course, you can also use other exchanges to distribute it.
You have to verify yourself there too, but the apps are self-explanatory.
I'm not a clairvoyant, but I assume that Bitcoin will rise by at least
2-digit rise this year. So maybe don't pay out everything into your account yet.
Now is also a good time, Bitcoin has lost almost 10% in the last few weeks,
which is quite normal....
ask if you have any questions...

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T0uchTheSky
Expert

morallyreprehensible wrote on 03.04.2024 at 05:54: Pay it to mifi or Bitcoin and then chunk it out. Done.
If Bitcoin, then a wallet between casino and exchange. You can then pay out from the exchange as you wish.
If you don't want to pay out too much at once, swap it into Usdt, then you won't really lose anything if Bitcoin falls in price.
The story is finished

Do you think you can tell from the crypto addresses whether it's a casino or a normal wallet?

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slotliebe89
Elite

T0uchTheSky wrote on 03/04/2024 10:11:

You think you can tell from the crypto addresses whether it's a casino or a normal wallet?

Maybe he should rename himself Neo.

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T0uchTheSky
Expert
The casinos also only use services from some crypto providers and get the crypto addresses, or they can also get some addresses at TrustWallet or Exodus, haha

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Marieangels
Amateur
the questioner is called Nopersonality... Member since yesterday and has 2 forum posts... he's just asking you where you pay out money. I wonder where they get most of their info from? I'm more in favor of public toast discussions

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Hidaruma
Top Member
It's probably just another nonsense post. No offense to the forum members here, but even if you know nothing about crypto payouts, google is a much better place to ask questions. I get the answers there immediately.

There are even videos on YouTube that deal with the subject as if you were a Stone Age man. There's something for everyone.

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R3hab
Expert

Donnie wrote on 03.04.2024 at 08:18: Wat n clown, plays for money and doesn't know how to pay it out kann🤦‍♂️

True 😂

How the hell did he manage to Deposit

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