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Does crypto poker sites demand KYC for withdrawals?

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I know of a few crypto-poker sites that doesn't. 

I have been withdrawing from mbitcasino.com and 7bitcasino.com without KYC,

but that's also a few years ago, so I don't know if they have changed there policies in the meantime.

I am pretty sure that you can find at least a few sites that doesn't demand KYC.

 

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As @kasinojacob mentioned there are some Casinos, Poker sites whatever you wanna call them that do not require KYC or at least do not have in front of everyone and maybe hidden TOS somewhere. You can try to ask them if they have KYC or not.

Just stay safe on those sites that use KYC at least to be secure and protective against your data. Just like GDPR laws.

Always prefer those legitm Casinos than the ones not having any backup tos or anything like KYC.

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Any sites that demand KYC to withdraw are either forced to by their jurisdiction, or they just want to know information about you. Recently in my country, at the local casino, people now have to show identification to withdraw, due to the increased risk of money laundering at casinos.

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i suggest you and everyone to be mre than careful when you play online poker ( live dealers ) a lot of them are scammers, and  you can find many proofs online, if you want message me and i can prove what i say, i tested so many sites, a lot of them dont have a fairy chance of winning, one more time, be careful 

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On 11/05/2019 at 14:04, borebonka said:

This is done in order to reduce bonus-hunters attacks. They are trying to make money from it, and not just playing for fun.

Your statement is not completely valid. Some use KYC to keep track of hackers, abusers, exploiters and so on.

Others have to use it as in European rules such as GDPR. So they must have Know your Customer to provide that data validity check on their users.

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On 24/05/2019 at 00:25, JstLikeMagyk said:

It depends on the site, usually if it takes other payment methods like wire and credit cards though it definitely will and the ones that are strictly crypto usually don't.

You are wrong in some cases, as for example i can use MBNet which hides my identity to 3rd party payment systems ;)

Still my bank will know where the money come from (as the exchanger in question). And yes i still prefere to have some kind of KYC in the backend to validate some transactions.

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