Deposits at Luckydice have to meet a minimum threshold of 0.004 Bitcoin or its equivalent. In comparison with the industry average, this is significantly high. If you choose to make a lower deposit, you will have to pay a commission of 500 bits, which is also high.
The minimum deposit amount is constant regardless of the country you are playing from. It does not vary by currency either as all deposits are denominated in bits.
Notably, the Luckydice website supports both SegWit and Legacy wallet addresses. Those using SegWit addresses get to pay lower fees, but it is not available everywhere. For users without access to SegWit addresses, Legacy addresses will have to do.
Making a deposit is quite easy. If you are using Bitcoin, it will require 1 confirmation. But when using other digital assets, it may require a higher number of confirmations. It is quite unfortunate though that deposits may take a full hour to reflect on your account.
When it comes to withdrawals, there is usually a fee of 200 bits for all normal transactions. There is an option for faster processing, but it attracts a higher fee. Check the exact amount in your Cashier section under Withdrawals.
Luckydice does not indicate whether or not it works with any crypto banking partners. But it goes above and beyond the obvious by incorporating extra banking features. For instance, there is an exchange on the site where you can switch between multiple cryptocurrencies and fiat currencies. Moreover, you can store funds in the form of fiat on the local digital wallet.
Though there is no withdrawal limit, high payout requests are processed manually.
Here are the supported cryptocurrencies: