- 50 Free Spins on Great White Buffalo slot
- Code: 50PLAINS
- Must be activated 10 days after registration
- 1 mBTC deposit is required to activate it
- Maximum bonus cashout is 10 mBTC
- Wager x40
The ‘’Promotions’’ page shows a Wednesday and Welcome Bonus, but there are also other Welcome Bonuses on the promotional banner at the top of the home page, which makes things quite confusing.
219% Welcome Bonus
Claim your 219% Match up to 300 mBTC
Then get 62 Free Spins on Return of Ra with 0.5 mBTC min dep
The wagering requirements of all bonuses at Crypto Thrills Casino are insanely high at x60, and the minimum deposit requirement is 1 mBTC.
250% Welcome Bonus
Claim a 250% Match up to 1 BTC
Then get 50 Free Spins on Chakras
218% Wednesday Bonus
Claim a 218% Match up to 252 mBTC
Then get 56 Free Spins on Red Hot Slots
To get information about the VIP club, you’ll need to go to your profile where you’ll have access to the Loyalty page on the drop-down menu.
And, it’s really random!
It doesn’t state how much you need to wager to earn 1 point but it does show you the awards that you’ll unlock when you reach different levels.
When you’ve accumulated 2,500,000 points, you’ll get a pair of Pearl and Pave Crystal Drop Earrings – I’m not kidding…
And guess what you’ll receive if you’ve managed to work your way up to level 28?………
Other rewards include 6 Spins on Age Of Spartans, 10 Bonus Credits for 25000 Points, a King Stand Golf Bag, a 16.1 Megapixel Digital Camera, and 10 Spins on Small Soldiers.
It’s the strangest VIP program I’ve ever seen and way out of line compared to other VIP programs.
I’d much rather work towards the 45% cashback bonus that is offered by Fortune Jack, or the customized bonus plans you get at Bitstarz Casino because, to be frank, I can’t really see myself working towards periodic performances, wearing pearl earrings, with a woodwind instrument that I don’t know how to play.
I couldn’t find any live dealer games, despite there being a category for this, and I also found it quite curious that there is no mention of any game providers.
I counted 149 games altogether which are mostly slots, but they also offer 4 Keno games, 11 Poker games, 4 Blackjack games, and 1 Roulette game.
Something that I’ve never seen before is a filter option that allows you to narrow your search down according to game categories, game features, and pay lines.
Trick or Treat
I decided to play Trick or Treat, and again, I found no mention whatsoever of who the game provider is but, after a bit of research, I found that it is a Saucify Software edition.
As the name suggests, it is inspired by Halloween and showcases a haunted house where you’ll need to go trick or treating to hopefully earn some winnings.
The visuals and soundtrack are actually quite neat and symbols include a witch’s hat and broom, fake blood, masks, sweets, and cracked-open eggs.
But, it’s essentially the Red Hooded Trick or Treater (Scatter) that you’re aiming to land because landing 3 or more will consequently give you 10, 15, or 20 Free Spins, and all winnings during this feature are subject to an x2 multiplier.
Jack-o-Lantern is the Wild and substitutes for any symbol, except the scatter, and there is also a gamble feature that allows you to choose a color and/or a suit to either double or quadruple your winnings.
The jackpot is 6000 and bets range from 0.01 – 0.25, making this 5×30 video slot an ideal choice for low stake players.
This Keno game is pretty much the same as any Keno game, but it has a ‘’Superman’’ inspired theme.
You only have 3 bet sizes – 1 mBTC, 0.5 mBTC, and 0.1 mBTC – and once you’ve placed your bet, you need to choose 1-10 numbers.
After hitting the play button, random numbers are picked and you win depending on how many numbers you’ve guessed correctly, almost like the lottery.
Then a pop-up appeared, informing me that I unlocked Level 2 in the VIP program (that was fast!) and that I had 6 Spins on Age of Spartans.
Monkey Business, also from Saucify, is a basic 5×3 slot inspired by monkeys running a business. As one would expect, these creatures are the best-paying symbols of the game and payouts are as follows for 5 on a line:
- Monkey with the hard hat: 5000 coins
- Baboon Doctor: 1500 coins
- Monkey with a tie: 1000 coins
- The Monkey Cook: 750 coins
- The Banana Seller: 500 coins
The Gorilla Stockbroker is the wild, and the packet of peanuts triggers free spins – 10, 15, or 20 – when you land 3, 4, or 5 on the reels.
At first glance, the site looked really decent. It has a detailed menu on the left, your profile and the cashier is at the top right and the usual promotional banner is displayed above the games.
Right at the bottom, you’ll find the Ts and Cs and all the other essential information but I need to remind you again that Crypto Thrills has no license.
There is no definite theme and the site is not the fastest I’ve come across, plus I couldn’t find any information about the game providers whatsoever.
You need to go through the Ts and Cs page to find information about the bonus terms and conditions (like the wagering requirements etc), which I personally find frustrating because, at most crypto casinos, this important information is clearly stated on the relevant bonus page.
I also found a lot of contradictory information about withdrawals and the VIP program but I’ll get to that later.
What I really liked to see was the filter option for the games but with only 149 games on the books, it didn’t really live up to its full potential.
I need to add that the sign-up process was seamless and fast, and my BTC deposit (plus the 219% bonus) showed in my wallet really fast, and although the cashier page comes across as really old-school, it is easy to understand and very user-friendly.
Crypto Thrills has a live chat option that can be a bit slow at times and although they eventually got back to me, they didn’t particularly answer my questions. They tend to talk around the subject to avoid the actual answer, which for me is quite worrying.
I asked about the withdrawal limits…..
The answer I got was ‘’You can withdraw your winnings and our finance team will review your request’’
I asked again and got even more useless feedback so although there is a live chat option, it’s not entirely helpful. I would rather refer to it as insanely frustrating.
There is also an email option, which I tested, but it’s been over 24 hours and I have not received any response.
Crypto Thrills accepts BTC, LTC, and BCH and you need to choose your preferred currency upon registration. I tried to see if I could change my currency after signing up with BTC but I couldn’t find this option.
The minimum deposit required is 1 mBTC (or equivalent) and as for withdrawals, it’s really complicated.
Even if you don’t opt-in for a bonus, you’ll need to wager your deposit amount at least ten times before any withdrawal will be allowed.
Eg: If you deposit 5 mBTC, you’ll need to place bets totaling 50 mBTC on any game before a withdrawal will be permitted.
I have seen this before but the wagering on deposits is generally x2 (maybe even x3) and this rule is put in place to cover the casino’s processing costs but wagering requirements of x10 on a simple deposit are quite extensive in my opinion.
In the Ts and Cs, I also found a section – Max Weekly Withdrawals – which states the following:
‘’Players may withdraw a maximum amount per week as indicated in their respective tier level.
Pro Tier Players will receive a maximum payout of 300 mLTC/mBTC/mBCH per week until the entire withdrawal amount has been paid out in full.
All-Star Tier Players will receive a maximum payout of 450 mLTC/mBTC/mBCH per week until the entire withdrawal amount has been paid out in full.
Hall of Fame Tier Players will receive a maximum payout of 660 mLTC/mBTC/mBCH per week until the entire withdrawal amount has been paid out in full.’’
This essentially means that the max withdrawal per week when you are at the highest VIP Level is 0.66 BTC, which is equivalent to 2.64 BTC monthly.
But, there’s a BUT again.
It doesn’t even mention Pro, All Star, or Hall of Fame levels anywhere on the website. So, again I’m not entirely sure if you can rely on this information, because as I said before, customer support wasn’t of any assistance when I asked them.
If you hop over to Trustpilot and read the Crypto Thrills reviews, you’ll find that this casino has a very poor reputation. And, the complaints are quite relevant in my opinion.
The withdrawal limits and the Ts and Cs surrounding them are seriously contradictory and hazy and it is difficult to find the bonus terms on the site.
The VIP program is just plain weird and the customer support constantly tried to avoid answering my questions, which made me think that they have something to hide.
There are no live dealer games and the game selection is very limited plus the welcome and reload bonuses are almost the same but not.
The wagering requirements are also way out of line (x60), but you would not have known this if you didn’t read it here because this info is very hard to find.
The game-filter idea is quite cool but unfortunately, it has no substance thanks to the limited game selection, and, although you can buy crypto with your credit card, they only accept 3 cryptocurrencies.
Plus they don’t have a license (even though they had one in the past)!
I found Crypto Thrills to be quite underwhelming to be honest because there are so many really good crypto casinos out there.
Maybe they would have been decent when crypto first hit the online casino sphere, but, in this day and age, I simply can’t give them a thumbs up.
No, Crypto Thrills Casino has no license.
Crypto Thrills Casino accepts Bitcoin, Litecoin, and Bitcoin Cash.
Unfortunately, Crypto Thrills does not allow for fiat currency payments as it is a crypto-only casino. However, it does offer players an option to make crypto deposits using their credit cards.
No, Crypto Thrills Casino only has slots, table games, and dice games.