Satoshi Dice is dubbed as the original blockchain-based bitcoin dice game. From being a simple dice game site, it has evolved into something bigger. These are what’s being written on the SatoshiDice website. We’re just not sure if we can believe these claims as the site also writes that Satoshi Dice is a “subroutine of an advanced artificial intelligence which arose spontaneously as one of the less-harmful consequences of the United States’ quantitative easing monetary program.”
Additionally, it is claimed that the SatoshiDice system “exists solely within the RAM of an abandoned Nokia 3310 mobile phone which was left in a subway station in Tokyo, and powers itself by feeding off the ghost of the late Satoshi Nakamoto.” We can always tolerate some humor but when it’s put alongside supposedly real or believable claims, the result is silliness. They should have just kept this humor in the game interface instead of having it in the About Us section.
In our first impressions of the site, we had this uncertainty whether or not the site even deserves to be reviewed. The Satoshi Dice website does not look exciting or attractive. The homepage has some claims that we couldn’t verify on the site at a quick glance. Moreover, the site keeps disconnecting us for supposedly being idle. It flashes this message: “Hey There! You seem to be away…we stopped all data…click OK to get back in.” The long list of players is also something we don’t like. It would have been better if it were shown in a different page.
Still, we think this bitcoin gambling site deserves a closer look. It offers a good affiliate program, an API (for the dice game) for writing a bot for getting Satoshi Dice data in JSON format, as well as a provably fair game system. Read further into our review and find out if it’s worth it keeping an account with Satoshi Dice.
Free faucet, 200 satoshi every 60 seconds.
- Anonymous playing guaranteed
- Winnings and affiliate earnings are instantly credited to player accounts
- Provably fair dice and slot games
- No option to keep a typical account that uses a username and password
- Some things mentioned on the site don’t actually exist. There are only two games (dice and slots)
- No live chat support
- The Flash based slot game can crash your web browser.