PeerBet doesn’t have a great range of games available compared to that of regular cash betting sites like Thrills, but it does have an extremely low house edge- in fact, the house edge sits at 0%! Well, for one game- Raffles. However, it still sits very low for the other games available, with Wheel sitting at 3.2%, Dice sitting at 1% and PeerDice sitting at 0.3%. The low house edge really gives PeerBet a unique selling point against it’s competitors on the market and also makes it really enjoyable for the players.
Trustworthiness and security have received mixed reviews on PeerBet with some clients being very pleased with the service they have received and with others not being so happy. In terms of trustworthiness, PeerBet do not require you to give them your identity, payments can be made anonymously and there is an email support system that have a well renowned quick response time. However, there have been some customer complaints that go as far as to claim that Peerbet is a scam operation that actually steals from the players. They have also been accused of promoting scam offers and rewards programs. These conflicting opinions have left PeerBet with a rather divided community.
Whilst their trustworthiness and security has been doubted by some, one aspect of the site that has remained well received and that is the user friendly layout and design and the eye catching graphics. The bright colours and the snazzy fonts entice players in, whilst the user friendly interface allows for players both new and experience to enjoy the site to it’s full potential.
So the pro’s to PeerBet? A great house edge of as low as 0% is available to all players, along with a user friendly website and some great graphics. The cons? Well, the security and trustworthiness of the site remains dubious leaving some players steering clear of the site, and other bitcoin sites just to be safe.