My freelance design work has exposed me to a lot of interesting things I never would have known about otherwise. For example, I just recently discovered the joys of bitcoin casinos when doing some work for Drake Casino. This awesome site has a wide variety of fun games, including all sorts of scratch card games, poker tournaments, and much more. Nice variety, well worth a look.
Of course, though, I have to say that my favorite part of the Drake Casino experience are the graphics. Obviously, as I’ve provided a bunch of them myself! While my contract forbids me from saying which, I’ll just say that the cartoony style is pretty much a Hannah Holmes trademark.
All joking aside, I do believe that Drake Casino is worth checking out if you’re a fan of cool graphics and fun online gaming. However, if you’re not aware of bitcoins and what they represent, I’ll explain it to you briefly. I’m not an expert on them, but I do know that a lot of people I’ve talked to were somewhat confused by the bitcoin experience.
Basically bitcoins are a form of digital currency that exists only in an online environment. There are a finite number of them (or else they would be worthless), and they are designed to help make sure that you don’t get ripped off by a hacker. You can convert real cash into bitcoins and use them right at Drake Casino.
I tried it out for awhile and found it wasn’t too difficult to understand. Basically, my pounds get converted into an appropriate amount of bitcoins (the amount actually changes: it is a real currency!), and when I hit the jackpot on the “Alice In Wonderland” game, I could use these bitcoins at other sites. So I bought some more art supplies to help me paint my masterpiece (a huge rendering of Hogwarts!).
That is as basic of an explanation as I can give without jumping into difficult details. If you have any more questions, feel free to drop a line and I’ll do my best to help!