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People in the US are fond of mobile payments and pay by phone casinos. Even though most states don’t have local casino sites, gambling online isn’t criminalized. As long as online casinos accept them, Americans can gamble all they want. So, they do: Mobile sports betting was popular even before its legalization in 2018 Online casinos overseas that accept US players are popular too The majority of people use their smartphones to pay online, including gambling
The long-awaited annual Apple conference took place on Wednesday 12th September. Apple announced the release of new devices, some expected, some not expected. What impact, if any, will Apple’s new iPhones have on mobile gambling and pay by phone payments? We explore what the answer to this question might be in this article.
Any regular Boku user will be very aware of, and probably very annoyed at, the fact you cannot withdraw via the method. This is one of Boku's biggest drawbacks and although we love pay by phone deposits here at Fortune Frenzy we understand your pain!
Of all the decisions we make as casino players on a daily basis, one of the biggest ones is how we are going to fund our accounts. Whilst for casino newbies it may seem like a simple matter of convenience and simplicity, casino veterans will be quick to warn you that the payment method you choose can really impact your online casino experience, and so it should be carefully considered. This is because different depositing methods each come with their own caveats, advantages and disadvantages. Furthermore, each casino you visit may deal with depositing methods in a different way to the last, so you must look out for things such as depositing limits, eligibility for promotions, withdrawals and more. Once you've found your perfect depositing method, however, it can feel very tempting to stick with it through thick and thin. After all, it's the one that suits your needs best. Be that as it may, should you consider using multiple payment methods when visiting the casino? Today we look at the pros and cons of employing more than one depositing method and how it could make your casino experience better, or worse.
As the end of the year draws closer, we're sure you're getting pretty tired of reading lists about 2017. The best movies, albums you must listen to, I've even recently read an article about the best memes of the year. That being said, today we are, in fact, going to hit you with a list - so apologies in advance - but if you're a phone billing depositor, we promise it's worth your time. Pay by phone depositing methods, such as Boku, are some of the easiest ways to fund your casino accounts. They offer security, speed and most of all, convenience. In fact, here at Fortune Frenzy we think they're the best way to bank at any online casino. However, we do understand that the method has it's own drawbacks and that other payment methods have been quick to make sure they fill in where Boku fails. This means that it can often be hard for phone billing users to decide if it's time they hung up their Boku boots and give another payment service a try. If you find yourself in this predicament then reading this article is a must, as we'll be discussing what the year has taught us about the future of pay by phone deposits and what may be in store for them in 2018.
We write a lot in our blog about phone bill depositing, why we think it’s great, and how you can use it. However, what we talk about way less often – if at all – is the thought process which we went through as a casino in deciding to feature Boku as a payment method on our site. What is it about this enigmatic payment method that inspired us to make it one of the most prominent banking options at our casino? Well the reasons are manifold, and we thought the best way to help you understand them would be to write a short post explaining our rational.
Mobile deposits were in use for years now, yet many people are still reluctant to give them a try. Could the myths about mobile depositing force mobile casino players to stick to the more traditional payment systems? One of such myths is that mobile deposits aren’t safe. Today, we will take a look at the security of various mobile deposit options to answer the question once and for all. Are mobile deposits actually safe or is their security overrated?
If you've been following us (or any other mobile gambling blog) for a while now, you've probably heard countless times how brilliant mobile deposits are. They're quick, easy and make things a hell of a lot more convenient for any mobile gamblers out there who move about far too often to justify the use of any other deposit method. You hear all this, yet you must wonder: "If mobile deposits are so great and they really are the future, why doesn't everybody already use them?" That's a very good question and it's definitely worth exploring further, so let's take a look at all the variables and see why everyone hasn't sworn loyalty to mobile deposits as of yet?
Bitcoin is having a moment. In fact, it's likely that Bitcoin won't stop having a moment any time soon. The crypto-currency has been gained slowly gaining traction since it's creation in 2009, yet more recently bitcoin has been breaking into the mainstream. With more people using it, the worth of the currency has risen exponentially, which only makes it more appealing to traders and buyers alike. For online gamers, the current bitcoin climate is important, as it could influence how we bank, and play, at casinos in the very near future. There are already several bitcoin-focussed casinos around and mobile giants such as Apple are gettng involved in the action too. However, if your're still fairly confused about what bitcoin is then don't worry as this guide will cover everything you need to know as well as the advantages and disadvantages of using the currency.
One of the key selling points behind Trustly - the hot new deposition option from Scandinavia that casinos are falling over themselves to offer - is that it'll appeal to players who traditionally opt for mobile phone bill deposits. However, does this claim stand up to scrutiny? We take a look at the facts and share our findings.