EOSBet is an EOS Dapp that works with Scatter - NO signup needed

3년 전

EOSBet is a dice game were you bet any amount of EOS. It can be 0.01 or any amount, and you can win by rolling the dice.

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A great thing that is going on now during the BETA testing, is that in addition to get your EOS payout instant when you win, you also get the amount of the bet in EOS you made, in ESB (the token of the DAPP) as aridrop.

It also has a great referral program to enhance its use and adoption.

Refer a friend and receive 0.5% of their bets, for life!

That's it, you Refer a friend and receive 0.5% of their bets, for life. Your referreal link is their site link with the addition of your EOS Account at the end. You can get your referral link once you login with scatter. No need for sign-ups.

The game is as simple as this:
You ROLL the DICE to place your bet. If your number is lower than your ROLL UNDER TO WIN number, you win!

To use the Dapp you just need to have an EOS account, and scatter installed on your browser.

To play, you can use my referral link here: https://dice.eosbet.io/?ref=ge4tgnbsg4ge

Hope this information is useful!

Regards, @gold84


The information contained within this post shall not be taken as financial advice. I am not a financial advisor and none of your investing should be carried out based on any information presented here. You can lose all of your money by investing. The following information is for educational and entertainment purposes only.
Always Do your own research. You can lose all your EOS in your bets.

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I have to look into this.
I do feel lucky. Eos on Mac computer only?
Thanks for sharing.