Games & Software
Bitzillions now offers three games: two are crypto dice games, one is a trading game. When it entered the Bitcoin gambling scene, Bitzillions released its original on-chain dice game called SatoshiBones. Crypto players instantly liked it as it was completely anonymous and would send wins directly to the player’s wallet address. Right now, SatoshiBones has mini games specifically for each of the altcoins supported by the site: BCH, LTC, and DOGE.
Unlike other Bitcoin dice games, SatoshiBones does not allow you to adjust payouts and multipliers. Instead, you bet on any of the 11 set numbers on the table. Each of these numbers has a corresponding winning odds and multiplier. To play, choose any of these numbers, then send your bet amount to the provided wallet address. After that, the results of the roll will reflect on the Previous Bets table below.
As the popularity of Bitcoin dice grew, the casino released another version aptly called SatoshiBones II. The sequel to the popular dice game removed the default betting selections to give way for a more flexible gameplay. Players can now manually adjust their winning percentage and multiplier.
SatoshiBones II provides a simpler gaming interface with two panels: one for the bet number and another for the wager amount. To adjust the bet number or the amount, simply drag the respective arrows from left to right. Once your wager is set, click Play. The results of your roll will then reflect on the My Bets table below.
Following the success of the two provably fair dice games, Bitzillions added its own take of a crypto trading game. Players can choose from a variety of assets, including EURUSD, Gold, and Dow. The available asset classes are:
- Stock market indices
All players must do is to correctly guess the movement of their chosen financial instruments. Those who are lucky can get up to 20x their bet.