LuckyBit Launches New Interactive Dice Game, Now Offers Users Up to 15 BTC Winnings

LuckyBit Launches New Interactive Dice Game, Now Offers Users Up to 15 BTC Winnings

LuckyBit, a leading Bitcoin-powered betting platform, has rolled out a new version of Dice game, and users can now win up to 15BTC. Since revolutionizing crypto gambling with its exciting and fun Plinko dice game in 2013, LuckyBit has continued to blaze the trail.

Not resting on its oars, LuckyBit has launched a brand new upgraded dice game, to provide users with more excitement and suspense and the game comes with an attractive interface. The new game allows users to see their bets unfold in real-time and cheer each other on.

Commenting on the new game, binaryFate, co-founder of LuckyBit said:

“We thought of this innovative gameplay for Dice years ago, convinced that the introduction of suspense could be quite literally a game-changer. Life and other projects got in the way, but when we saw the total lack of innovation year after year, we felt we had to do something about it. I am thrilled to see LuckyBit now proposing a new experience to Dice players that simply did not exist anywhere.”

“Our new game retains everything that has made dice so popular through the years while adding suspense and social concepts. Visualizing the bets of everyone unfolding live is incredibly exciting.”

Importantly, players can now win up to 15 BTC on LuckyBit. Also, as an added incentive, in commemoration of the bitcoin halving event, chatbot lotto plans to offer users huge payouts. Additionally, the firm has significantly increased the payout for all trophies for a limited time.

Martin Prinosil, marketing manager at Luckybit said:


“To mark the occasion, we are now rewarding players more than ever in a running series of promotions, such as 100 percent First Deposit Bonus or Happy Hour giveaways.”





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