Coinbet.ag appears to be the recent incarnation of Coinbet that used to serve the US online gambling market. However, there are many significant changes here. There aren’t as many games and bonuses in this site. The sportsbook section has disappeared. Some of the things actually mentioned on the Coinbet.ag website also don’t exist.
It is also a letdown that customer support on this site is far from adequate and that the site does not seem to be well-organized. Links to information information can’t be easily found. We had to resort to using advanced Google search within the site to find important pages that have no links from the homepage.
Coinbet claims to offer more than 400 games. Of course, for this Coinbet review we are not just going to take claims as they are. As usual, we did our manual count to verify the actual number of games. As we have already stated in one of our reviews before, there are some sites that claim to offer a lot of games when the actual number they have available is just a fraction of what is being claimed.
- There are more than 150 slot games on the site (152 to be exact). These include 3D slots, progressive jackpot slots, 5-reel slots, and 3-reel slots.
- A total of 26 Table Games are available on the site. These include multiple varieties of Blackjack, Roulette, Craps, Baccarat, and Table Poker.
- For those who love Video Poker, there are 13 games available. These are single and multi-hand games. Some of the notable titles are Jacks or Better, Joker Poker, Deuces Wild, All American Video Poker, Five Draw Poker, and Bonus Deluxe.
- Coinbet has 5 live casino games.
So there you have it. There aren’t 400 games on Coinbet. It’s just less than 200 games.
Nevertheless, we really like how the games are presented on this site. They can be viewed according to the type of game or according to their software provider. They can also be viewed based on bet limits (high bet limit or normal bet limit). The game thumbnails load quickly and, sorry for being trivial, but we have to say that the layout and images used for the game gallery seem so lively that we feel like it’s engaging going over them. There are also game descriptions in the respective pages for each game.
There’s a search bar on top but it does not seem to function properly. It can find some games sometimes based on keyword matches but most of the time it fails to return results. Apparently, the games have not been tagged properly.
Game loading time is around the average for online casinos. For graphics and aesthetics, we can say they’re around good to great.
If you have have not signed up for an account or if you are not logged into your account, the games except for the live casino games on Coinbet can still be played. The games default to Play Money mode so you can try them out without having to make deposits.
Coinbet currently accepts only bitcoins and litecoins. That’s at least according to a May 12, 2015 post on its blog/support page. However, there are plans to accept more cryptocurrencies or altcoins. The amounts used on the website and games are set to BTC by default.
Deposits are expected to be instant but for larger amounts, the deposit transactions may take up to 24 hours or longer. Minimum deposit amount is only 0.001 BTC or 0.07 LTC. If you send a deposit lower than these minimum limits, the amount will be held until such time you will able to send the full minimum amount.
Since the currencies accepted are only bitcoins and litecoins, deposits and withdrawals are done through wallet to wallet transactions. The wallet addresses for sending your deposits are readily presented on the homepage of your account dashboard, in the Main Balance section.