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It’s not unusual for Crypto Lists to change our lists and reclassify casinos to better help our readers find what they’re looking for. It’s part of our job as crypto casino experts.

One of the reasons we do this is when we ourselves become more in tune with what the market demands, but also when we get more dialed into what a certain category of casino should really be defined by.

You might have wondered why our extensive list of anonymous casinos went down from 55 to 50? Well, there are a few criteria that aren’t up for debate. In this article we’ll discuss what’s required from brands that want to be classified as anonymous, why some were removed and what’s planned for the near future. Let’s go!

Why remove any at all?

As mentioned above, there are certain things we look for in anonymous casinos that the ones we took off the list simply weren’t able to deliver. Or, they possess the qualities but not strongly enough. For example, if there is very, very minimal KYC it can be tempting to classify it as a no-KYC casino (full list) but that wouldn’t be entirely accurate. If there’s any chance of KYC – even if it’s only once a player wants to withdraw very large amounts – it shouldn’t be in this list.

And of course, some of the criteria we use is an internal checklist that helps us make Crypto Lists so trusted and so respected. We can’t divulge too much because that would be akin to Gordon Ramsey telling you the ingredients of his secret sauce!

Which brands were removed?

If you’re wondering which brands got ousted from our precious list of 50 then you’re in the right place since we’ve got no problem telling you which ones they were. And, just to clarify, these sites are still good! They just don’t perfectly match our internal criteria for what an anonymous casino should deliver to players.

Kryptosino

Kryptosino (review) claims to be a site with limited or no KYC, but in reality this is not true. You’ll have to complete the KYC procedure in order to take out any winnings. Even if they initially told us that it’s possible to gamble anonymously on the site, it’s not true. This, unfortunately, isn’t ideal but that doesn’t mean it’s not worth having a look at.

Slotastic

Something that’s really cool about Slotastic (review) is that there’s a bonus wheel that can give you access to six offers monthly. And. it’s very easy to deposit and withdraw funds from this casino, and you’re able to utilize several cryptocurrencies, including all the major ones. The main downside is that while deposits take about 30 minutes, payouts can take up to 5 business days in the worst case, which is way slower than average.

888 Starz

Where to start with 888 Starz (review). While they claim to be an anonymous casino and genuinely do support over 50 languages besides English to cater for the large customer base around the globe, we found that they might require KYC even for small cash outs and therefore it’s not a real anonymous site. On the positive side, they accept over 30 cryptocurrencies, which include renowned coins like Bitcoin, Binance, and Litecoin.

Duelbits

This site really impressed us when we first reviewed it, and is had and still has all the appearance of a very anonymous and even decentralized casino. But, looks can indeed by deceiving. On the one hand, with every transaction wallet-to-wallet, you don’t need to worry about middlemen taking a cut and every payment is powered by blockchain tech. On the other hand Duelbits (review) is so close to being truly awesome yet it isn’t anonymous like we were initally led to believe.

Bets IO

This is a sportsbetting-focused site, and it really does it well. The only problem with Bets IO (review) is that we incorrectly classed it as anonymous for a short while. Although there’s loads of crypto coins to be used and we love that you can deposit with ones like Basic Attention Token as barely any have support for so many niche currencies. However, KYC is needed at the site’s discretion so it’s certainly not a fully anonymous site. But certainly worth checking out if you’ve got some niche coins and want to use them to wager on sports.

Are they still good?

They’re not necessarily the best sites on Crypto Lists, nor are they the newest casinos around, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t worth trying. What we appreciate in a casino isn’t universal and we aren’t the final authority on all things iGaming related! So please, be our guest and browse around until you find something that catches your eye. Beautiful bitcoin casinos are in the eye of the beholder!

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