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Bitcoin Casino Stats

Data from The Bitcoin Strip

The Bitcoin Strip has been working with cryptocurrency casinos since 2016 and over the years has amassed a large amount of data. From banking information through to provably fair games, accessibility and sports betting markets, The Bitcoin Strip has it all. As part of the effort to make Bitcoin gambling more transparent, we have decided to make our casino data available to all users. We only ask that if referencing the data on this page, you kindly provide a citation/link.

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  1. Global Data
  2. Banking Data
  3. Accessibility Data
  4. Game Data
  5. Sports Data
  6. Wagering Data

Casino Stats
๐ŸŒ Global

Total Active Crypto Casinos

330

The following data is aggregated across the total number of crypto casinos above.

New Bitcoin Casinos Over Time

In 2017, The Bitcoin Strip had an explosion in new Bitcoin and cryptocurrency casinos as we worked to add pre-existing casinos to our database. Since then, growth has continued to tick upwards.

Casino Stats
๐Ÿฆ Banking

Crypto Banking Methods

We launched as a Bitcoin casino aggregator but soon came to realise that there was a huge interest in altcoin gambling. While Bitcoin remains the dominant cryptocurrency for banking, other currencies – particularly stablecoins – have seen a significant increase in their availability at crypto casinos.

Pure Crypto vs Fiat/Crypto Banking

This pie chart above compares cryptocurrency-only casinos with casinos that offer both traditional fiat and cryptocurrency banking methods.

Casino Stats
๐Ÿ•ต๏ธโ€โ™‚๏ธ Accessibility

Anonymous Registration vs KYC

Cryptocurrency casinos are known for enabling anonymous gambling, however not all casinos provide a high degree of anonymity. The above pie chart shows the split between “no registration” casinos (no details at all), anonymous casinos (no personal details) and “know your customer” (KYC) casinos (personal ID required).

Casino Stats
๐ŸŽฒ Games

Casinos with Provable Fairness

Provably fair gaming is one of the most important considerations for Bitcoin players. A significant proportion of crypto casinos offer provably fair games and we expect this to increase over time.

Popular Casino Games

Games Casinos
Slots 389
Blackjack 386
Roulette 382
Live Casino 306
Video Poker 283
Jackpots 268
Provably Fair 147
Sports 124
Esports 90
Dice 83
Unique Games 68
Lotteries 63
Bingo 60
Poker 43
Crash 35
Plinko 7

While traditional casino games still remain among the most widely available, we are seeing unique cryptocurrency games like Bitcoin crash and Bitcoin dice emerge into the mainstream.

Casino Stats
๐Ÿˆ Sports Betting

Top Sports Betting Markets

Sports Betting Markets Bookies
Dota 2 55
Basketball 54
Tennis 49
Ice Hockey 49
American Football 48
Cricket 46
Baseball 46
MMA 46
Darts 45
CSGO 45
Table Tennis 44
Boxing 43
League of Legends 42
Rugby 42
Golf 40
Soccer 40
Volleyball 39
StarCraft 2 35
Badminton 35
Cycling 32

It’s no surprise that esports betting markets are a fan favorite among Bitcoin and cryptocurrency players. There is a significant overlap between the esports and cryptocurrency markets with a demographic of mostly young males who are technically savvy. This overlap is so strong that nearly all the crypto-accepting sports betting sites offer esports markets.

Of course, traditional sports betting with Bitcoin is still a major draw and many of these markets can be found in the table above.

Casino Stats
๐Ÿ’ธ Wagering

This site collects and crunches statistics from most major Bitcoin casinos with results updated daily. These are those numbers.

For wagering statistics, see our historical Bitcoin casino leaderboard for more information.

Published by Nick Hawke

About the author

Nick is the CEO and founder of The Bitcoin Strip and has reviewed and written about Bitcoin casinos, sportsbooks and poker rooms for 9 years. He first entered the Bitcoin gambling market in 2011 following a widespread closure of poker rooms in the US.

Last updated by Jen Van Lier on October 19, 2021

About the editor

As website manager, Jen contributes reviews and updates to The Bitcoin Strip on a daily basis. Jen worked in the casino industry for 9 years before focusing on Bitcoin in 2016. She writes on subjects ranging from traditional slots all the way through to unique Bitcoin games, provable fairness and Ethereum smart contract gambling.
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