USDT trending is a general term for any type of trending wherein bets are placed in units of USDTx as opposed to a fiat currency or any other asset. Learn more about USDT trending or the history of online trending and USDT.
Place a bet. Watch the multiplier increase from 1x upwards! Cash out any time to get your bet multiplied by that multiplier.But be careful because the game can stop at any time, and you'll get nothing!
A bit is a millionth of a USDT or 100 satoshis. At the time of this writing, a single bit is worth roughly $0.0003 USD. You are able to deposit and withdraw USDTx at any time by going to your account page.
You will need to transfer USDTx to the deposit address on your account page. If you do not have any USDTx, we can recommend Coinbase if you are in the US (although the registration process is lengthy). Another great option is USDT, which lists traders in your area willing to sell (or buy) USDTx. You can also search online to see if there are any USDT ATMs near you. And remember, you can withdraw directly to the USDT address on your account page!
It is permanently attached to your account. You can save it, or use it for automatic funding, or whatever else you like. All payments to this address will be automatically credited to your account.
We instantly credit accounts upon a single confirmation, which on average is approximately 10 minutes from the time of the transaction.
On your account page, you can transfer USDTx to any USDT address you want. Small withdrawals (i.e. smaller than the balance of our hot-wallet) are processed instantly and you will be given the transaction ID immediately.
Larger withdrawals will be shown in your withdrawal page as "PENDING" and will require us to manually remove sufficient funds from our cold storage. Usually this process will take less than two hours, but may take up to 24 hours, depending on the time of day and other circumstances.
We remove 100 USDTx (about 0.05 USD) from any withdrawal amount to cover mining fees. We charge this amount regardless of the actual mining fees attached to the transaction, which may be more or less than this, depending on the block competition at the time of your withdrawal.
Withdrawals must be in increments of 1 bit (100 satoshis), with a minimum withdrawal of 200 USDTx (of which 100 USDT goes towards the mining fee). As required, we will chip in our own money to help expedite confirmation time, such that we typically pay 200 USDTx in mining fees, despite charging you only 100 USDTx.
Gross profit refers to the sum of the profit from each game you've played without considering your loses.
Upon detecting that you have disconnected we cash you out (assuming the game is still in progress). Regardless of whether your client is connected or not, the auto cash-out feature will work as expected (it happens on the server), and we highly recommend you use it if internet reliability or performance is a concern.
There's no real limit! However, if during a game we ever are facing a net loss of 3% of the bankroll or greater, the server will automatically cash out all players still in the game, forcing them to enjoy an early win and a sizeable profit. You can see in game what the current max win is (in the bottom right of the chart)
We currently have a bet limit of 1,000,000 USDTx (1000 USDT).
The bonus is a special prize that is awarded to the last people to cash out before the game busted. Getting the bonus is critical to skillful playing of x1000, as it is the only way to overcome house odds.
1% of each player's stake goes into the bonus pot. So if there are 4 players, betting 400, 300, 200, and 100, there will be 10 USDTx in the pot. If the biggest player wins, he gets the whole pot. The site works out the rate he would be getting if he won, ie. 400 USDTx bet gives 10 USDTx bonus - or 1/40th bonus per bit bet. It then applies the same rate to whoever actually wins.
So if the 100 bit player wins, he gets 1/40th of 100, or 2.5 USDTx. That leaves 7.5 USDTx in the pot, which goes to the next best placing player(s).
Suppose the 200 bit player comes 2nd. He is due 1/40th of 200, or 5 USDTx. There are still 7.5 etheC in the pot, so he gets the full 5 USDTx he is due - the same as if he had come in 1st place.
Suppose the 300 bit player comes 3rd. He's due 7.5 USDTx (300/40) but there are only 2.5 USDTx left in the pot, so he gets those and that's all. There's nothing left for the 4th or worse place players.
1% of games will instant bust (0x) and no bonuses will be awarded, all other games have bonuses equal to 1% of the amount wagered.
The house margin is scaled between 0 and 1 %, depending on how long you hold. An additional 1 % is effectively taken from every bet and put into the bonus pool, which is distributed in its entirety every game. As a consequence, skilless or random play has—at worst—an expected return of -2 %, but it is possible to overcome the house margin by skillfully getting bonuses.
The numbers are baked into the game, so you never need to worry about it. We do not have a fixed house margin, as this would prevent highly conservative play (e.g. If you were only attempting to make $2 in a $100 game, a house margin of 1 % would be 50 % of your potential profits!). Our unique formula makes it fair for both highly conservative play (cash out early) and highly aggressive play (hold until you're a millionaire). All games are provably fair.
The exact formula for the houses expected return is:
1 % * (intendedCashOut - roomAmount) * (roomAmount / intendedCashOut)
But to really get a good sense of how this affects you, please use our handy odds calculator.
The other important thing to keep in mind is that every game has a 1 % chance of instantly busting. We do not make any money on it, but rather use this to fund the bonus scheme. This is an important consideration to make if you are playing in such a way that you never win the bonus.
Absolutely! And we can prove it. Please see: the USDT talk thread for technical details.
Under some circumstances the server will force people to cash out. The most common reason is that the game multiplier has gotten so large that we are risking too much of our bankroll (10 % or more). Another possible reason is unexpected server problems. If more than one person in a game is affected by the forced cash-out, we allocate the last cash-out bonus to a random player.
A couple quick pointers: the lower the house edge the more variance you will experience which means a longer, more exciting gaming session. USDT Casinos generally offer better odds, less fees and faster deposits and withdrawals than fiat based casinos. Be extremely skeptical of generous reward programs, bonuses (e.g. deposit bonuses), affiliate programs and the likes. The money comes from somewhere: you.
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