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Withdrawal limit's reduced for BTC

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Yeah everyone is happy with it. Something like similar talk happening in another topic about decreasing the withdrawal limit. You should check it. Not only btc doge amd ltc wd limit decrease also. 

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Im  really appreciate their decisions, They reduced to half withdrawals limit, It is very comfortable limit even for small players, In recent times primedice took very revolutionary steps for its users like exchange through dinabot, Vault feature with no limits even we deposit and withdraw 1sats also, And now freshly Reduced limit on withdrawals, Primedice You guys are Amazing👌💐

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Not only here, but Stake does the same regulation back then like Primedice. I believe in here already set the minimum 400k wihtdrawal limit before Stake. Anyway, it was like swapping from Primedice into Stake. And really nice that we know they are decreasing the withdrawal limit in here. *I wasn't paying attention if Stake reduce the withdrawal minimum again in a short time*

Thanks Primedice and Stake.

EDIT : oh wait, the Stake has the same regulation now : 200k minimal withdrawal again.

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Yay withdraw minimum lowered again means you can easily make it upto that much before getting busted and withdraw it. Is primedice not the best casino out there or what? :D 

Just a friendly warning, those of you who are mentioning about third party services, please do not do so. Primedice does not have any exchange system yet any services provided by other users are not in any way affiliated with the site and should be used with due caution. Better to not mention them publicly. :) 

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Well that's actually kind of them to do that xD. Even Stake had the same half of 400k Satoshi to 200k which is great. i guess this would help people from reducing the exchange processes and normally withdraw 

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On 03/01/2019 at 13:35, kiran232 said:

hi all Primedice users,Happy New year 2019,For BITCOIN(btc) withdrawal limits are changed previously,it was 0.004btc and now it is 0.002btc

 give ur feedback about this?is it helpful or not?

I just knew this change on this post. Thank you BTW.

Anyways. My take on this is that, lowering the withdrawal amount for BTC is a nice adjustment. It will help players to decide early in their game if they will just back off and pull out winnings at the 200k satoshi mark. :D

 

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Concerning the Bitcoin (and every other currency price out there) are droping like kamikazes on a waterfall, it is understandable withdraw limits, fees, everything related with specific taxes and limits should be lowered, according with market's value.

I agree and also apreciate the change made by Primedice in this current market's situation. It also easies the way for fast transactions since network will not need such high fees anymore (due to withdrawls amounts as well).

Overall it is nice to see once again Primedice adapting to regular cryptocurrency world volatile changes. As always we can count with him.

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48 minutes ago, Babagucci said:

I never understood in the first place why platforms set high minimums in the first place, especially if they make the player pay the txid fees. 

Which one is a high minimum of all the currently offered currencies on our site? Minimum withdrawal amounts have to be set to prevent the abuse and have users withdraw some reasonable amounts. Fees are just a part of any regular transaction, you pay these in banks as well, and they are also lowered to the minimum amount at the moment, but still reasonable for the transfer to pass smoothly and fast and not get stuck on the network ;) 

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