LuckyNumber Review

LuckyNumber.me, at first glance, looks like an extremely stylish and new casino that has an awesome faucet. Boasting a 1% house edge and a 555 satoshi faucet, or a 5555 satoshi faucet after wagering 0.1 BTC, the casino looks like it could rise to be a major competitor to other gambling sites.

During our review, we found that the website does pay out winners on time, without any problems. We tested the faucet without any bugs popping up and also proceeded to trial some dice rolls afterwards. There were no major issues with the software, and we did not find any noticeable delays in between rolls. The design is very modern and visually appealing. It is responsive and works well on both larger and smaller displays.

At the moment, the max profit is capped at 60 BTC, but this may increase in the future as the site’s bankroll gets larger.

LuckyNumber provides the player with an easy to use Automated Betting screen, although it can be somewhat hard to find for someone who is new to the website (it’s the rocketship icon in the bottom-left corner). We tested this also and found that there were no major issues with the Automated Betting – after it was configured, there was minimal lag and we didn’t run into any problems. The site also has a Stats screen built into it, making it quite easy for any player to view how many wins and losses they have had along with how many Bitcoins they have wagered and profited.

Although LuckyNumber shares a few aspects of its design with PrimeDice, a competing dice site, the company owner has told Bitcoin Reviewer that it has not used any of PrimeDice’s intellectual property.

We have also been told that the company is constantly working on improving its website and adding new features such as giveaways and an affiliate program.

The site also has a chat window which can be opened and closed, allowing for social gambling. A glance at the chat does show that the website has a decent amount of player traffic. There is a great community on the site, and it’s always fun to have a quick chat while you’re betting.

We think that while the site does offer a great interface along with a decent promotion and a lot of player traffic, there is still some controversy as to whether or not PrimeDice’s claims are well-founded. As always, use your judgement and do not deposit more than you can afford to lose. If you are a Bitcoin user who is looking for a good looking and fast dice game, LuckyNumber is definitely the website for you!

  • Software
  • Customer Support
  • Financial Security
  • Player Traffic
  • Promotions
  • Pros
  • 5555 satoshi faucet
  • Provably fair
  • Nice design
  • Cons
  • Provably fair system could be improved
  • 4.5 Overall Score
  • Reader Rating: ( 4 Votes)