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Online Casinos in general: Consequences after July 1, 2021 (Page 6)

Topic created on 18th May. 2021 | Page: 6 of 94 | Answers: 938 | Views: 316,258
Anonym
Katharina2 wrote on 19.05.2021 at 10:54 am: I would be very cautious with crypto, if only for the reasons mentioned from no.47, the
large fluctuations and possible crash of K-currencies.

E-wallets must also be served first and is done from German bank xy....
The banks, for their part, have their mandate from the state by law and i-wo stands in the
GlüStV2021 that e-wallets are included. It is also possible that e-wallets
e-wallets must also have a German license o. perhaps already have; only
exactly in such questions u.v.a. we are left in the unclear. Better to this are
the explanations to the GlüStV2021 and give further insight.

The payment providers are the linchpin, over which they German players
in the field of gambling massively restrict and even worse are the
IP blocks for DE. With this, we are no longer Europeans and China, a dictatorship,
equal. So we have to live in a country where VPN, crypto and other.
Channels are more attractive than the scrapped GlüStV2021. And Brussels is watching.

Yes, the crypto market is subject to daily fluctuations, just as is the case with the stock market
That you here, I suppose once without having much idea of the matter to advise people against it is not right
Personally, I have made an extremely large amount of money with crypto in the last 5-6 years
Therefore, I can only advise everyone to deal with the matter for themselves and decide for themselves to what extent cryptos and crypto casinos come into question for you

Not all e-wallets have to be operated via a "bank" as you write, some of them can also be topped up in other ways

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Katharina2
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DerJaeger2019 wrote on 19.05.2021 at 11:58: When is an online casino legal in Germany?

For example, one essential point is the legality of the gambling offer. It may come as a surprise, but even a casino without a German license can be legal. In this case, it is important that the Provider has a gambling license from an EU country. Then the basic principle of freedom of services within the European un ion comes into play. This allows citizens to use the services of a company as long as it is authorized to do so in an EU country.

As a player, you can therefore legally play in an online casino with a gambling license from Malta. In fact, most Online Casinos are licensed by the Malta Gaming Authority. This renowned regulatory body has been active since 2001 and enjoys an excellent reputation in the online gambling community. Legality and security of casinos without a German license are thus definitely guaranteed.

Yes, that is pretty much known to all...only that was once, because exactly these Malta
licensed casinos are allowed to legally take 'German license' and are then legal
in DE. That is the crux... and with the IP block you put one more on it.

In Austria for example, one has similar model, thus monopoly, only those have
a strong and honest Player protection and have to grudgingly Malta
licensed casinos. They have no IP block. In this respect, it remains to be seen,
whether it will be enforced here. Then the smaller problem would be to choose another
Payment model to choose. So anything but a German-licensed provider. At
we can be Europeans again

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Anonym
DerJaeger2019 wrote on 19.05.2021 at 11:12: Exactly,the IP block and ban on e-wallets will come. there is no way around it.

That was it then with the online gambling....

At first glance, it may be so, it is quite possible that the IP block comes
However, we are then talking about a caesura of the Internet in Germany - it will come 100% to the fact that someone goes to the BGH and I'm curious what the ladies and gentlemen say about it
Only once so on the sidelines

Furthermore, they should come quietly with their IP blocks, there are VPN and before the casino's renounce the money from Germany, some will allow VPN
The Casino's or the Casino Lobby is not stupid
The whole thing has been around for a while in other countries and they also play without problems via VPN

The e-wallets themselves can not be banned
As a means of payment in casinos yes but not in general
Skrill is a licensed payment service Provider that cannot simply be banned in principle - regardless of whether it is known for transactions in the field of gambling

Just look at countries that are also subject to restrictions and have been for quite a while. They can continue to play online
You see it all completely black although there are many examples from other countries that show it will continue to be possible to play.

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Katharina2
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Matthlign wrote on 05/19/2021 at 12:03 PM
Yes, the crypto market is subject to daily fluctuations, just as is the case with the stock market
That you here, I guess once without having much idea of the matter, want to advise people against it is not right
Personally, I have made an extremely large amount of money with crypto in the last 5-6 years
Therefore, I can only advise everyone to deal with the matter for themselves and decide for themselves to what extent cryptos and crypto casinos come into question for you

Not all e-wallets have to be operated via a "bank" as you write, some of them can also be topped up in other ways


Yes, paysafe e.g.....as long as still allowed...... because Lower Saxony is not yet at the end
and yes....I feel like most of the people here who hear about crypto for the first time and there
one is always skeptical at first. Eventually, I will also have to deal with it
if all strands tear...... that's right. One speaks already again of the
complete collapse of the crypto-currency...how do you see it ?

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Katharina2
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Matthlign wrote on 19.05.2021 at 12:17 pm
At first glance, it may be so, it is quite possible that the IP block comes
However, we are then talking about a caesura of the Internet in Germany - it will 100% come to that someone goes to the BGH and I'm curious what the ladies and gentlemen say about it
Only once so on the sidelines

Furthermore, they should come quietly with their IP blocks, there are VPN and before the casino's renounce the money from Germany, some will allow VPN
The Casino's or the Casino Lobby is not stupid
The whole thing has been around for a while in other countries and they also play without problems via VPN

The e-wallets themselves can not be banned
As a means of payment in casinos yes but not in general
Skrill is a licensed payment service Provider that cannot simply be banned in principle - regardless of whether it is known for transactions in the field of gambling

Just look at countries that are also subject to restrictions and have been for quite a while. They can continue to play online
You see it all completely black although there are many examples from other countries that show it will continue to be possible to play.

With the 1st and 2nd paragraph I go along and hope then but ultimately on the ECJ.

Yes, we are only talking about the gaming sector and there any ban is possible. PayPal
banned, or has withdrawn, MC, Visa gone, e-wallet like Skrill
and Neteller linked to banks, means they will stay, but only for
legal gaming venues. If it goes through VPN, the wallets are usable....
yes...... only this is not how we all envisioned legalizing the market...
but OK, as another possibility to stay european, if it works seamless
....I agree with you.

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Anonym
Katharina2 wrote on 19.05.2021 at 12:21 pm
Yes paysafe for example....as long as still allowed...... because Lower Saxony is not at the end yet
and yes....I'm like most people here who hear about crypto for the first time and there
one is always skeptical at first. Eventually, I will have to deal with it as well
if all strands tear...... that's right. One speaks already again of the
complete collapse of the crypto-currency...how do you see it ?

The market is very complex and is for most people still something completely new and abstract - of course people are somewhat skeptical
You skeptical and fundamentally reject are two different shoes

The market is of course still very fragile, a political decision and a statement by Elon Musk and the market collapses
At least, that's how it looks to most people who don't deal with it much

For me, currently is a time to "favorably" increase my portfolio of certain coins
This then answers the question of whether I think the market will collapse completely
No, it won't - it will recover promptly and it will also grow in the future
You just have to take a look behind the scenes and see how many big companies have recognized the potential of the crypto market and how they are now trying to get their own piece of the pie in one way or another

The market will recover, for sure, and crypros will accompany us more and more in the future

Not related to crypto but to the rest, in a nutshell

The keyword is and will remain VPN - even from summer on we will be able to play normally

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Katharina2
Top Member
Then I'll drop by Krypto soon...... certainly not uninteresting.

I also assume VPN, because DE offers now times license and there come
Casinos do not get past it or even through the back door pure....that does not run; but
then the nice games of the payout and Verification torture remain.
Besides: many will load their e-Wallet with their bank and there they have equal
the casino sinners, who may face hefty penalties, because of lost tax.
That's why I've been saying since the beginning that the payment model should be changed, so that casinos
not to let the casinos run into the knife.

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DieWunderharke5000
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Katharina2 wrote on 19.05.2021 at 14:21: Then I'll drop by Krypto soon'n...... certainly not uninteresting.

If you are interested in it today is already an exciting day to keep an eye on the prices

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Katharina2
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DieWunderharke5000 wrote on 19/05/2021 at 14:55
If you are interested today is already an exciting day to keep an eye on the rates.

Am at 'finanzen.net' just now.....supposed to be current cryptocurrency....oh, oh....
very volatile...... ..did I get wrong side ?

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Anonym
Katharina2 wrote on 19.05.2021 at 15:32
Am at 'finanzen.net' just now.....supposed to be current cryptocurrency....oh, oh....
very volatile...... ..did I get wrong page ?

No, you're not really wrong there - but you can also just download the Bitpanda app without obligation, just to keep an eye on the whole thing, for example

The market has just "collapsed", pretty much every coin is just in the basement - I keep the whole thing for days in the eye and currently buy certain coins after - because the market will recover quickly and then the cash register rings again, as it has for years

Thanks Bitcoin and co. 😅

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