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Overview of Bitcoin gambling

Posted in Tech

Overview of Bitcoin gambling

Bitcoin gambling has made the life of gamblers very easy. In traditional gambling, one would have to take days or weeks to make a deposit to a casino. Withdrawing the cash also took days or weeks. However, with Bitcoin gambling you can deposit or withdraw your money instantly and safely at any time you wish. One of the greatest achievement that Bitcoin has attained is lowering of the cost of operation. This is achieved by allowing new players to join with less money than other casinos e.g. fiat-based casinos. It also gives you a chance to withdraw less amount of money than other casinos.
How secure is Bitcoin Gambling?
Bitcoin casinos ensure security is maximized through personal anonymity. You are allowed to send money to any Bitcoin casino without having to provide any information about yourself. Bitcoin also ensures your money is secure by providing a very fair gaming system. It does this by providing you with one or more seeds that you are able to control. This enables you to verify the results once the roll is over. You can do the verification depending on the hashes that will be given. This technology ensures that casinos don’t cheat their players. 

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How legal is Bitcoin Gambling?
Use of Bitcoin in gambling is just like using any other currency. The only difference is that anonymity is maintained such that you can’t tell who is playing or how much somebody is playing for.
Behavior of Bitcoin Values
Bitcoin value is never constant. It keeps on changing from time to time. However, this fluctuation is not biased. You can either gain or lose funds depending on whether the value of the Bitcoin has gone up or down. This concept of ever fluctuating value is not found in most online casinos. It is thus important to be aware of it since it makes quite a difference especially if you are gambling with huge amount of money. Using Bitcoin to gamble has its own advantages and disadvantages.

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Advantages.
• It uses the concept of anonymity which maximizes the player’s security.
• It is cheap than using other forms of currency. 
• Allows quick and easy transfer of funds when depositing and withdrawing.

Disadvantages. 
• The value of the Bitcoin keeps on changing with time which can lead to losses.
• If a site is hacked when your money is on it you might end up losing it.
This type of online gambling remains the safest. It is thus a perfect method compared to other types of online and traditional gambling.

Contact us if you have any questions.

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Chattahoochee River Landings

Posted in Boat Trips

Chattahoochee River

 

“Way down yonder on the Chattahoochee”  The Chattahoochee River is just enjoyable and fun as songwriters and poets have describe that great flow.  What starts as just a mountain trickle in the Blue Ridge hills of North Georgia becomes a wide flowing force of life when it reaches southwest Georgia.  Along this wide river is several landings where a exploring fisherman can find a great spot for angling.

Here is a list of landings along the Chattahoochee River in southwest Georgia:

  • Early County – George W. Andrews Dam    To reach George W. Andrews Dam take State Road 62 west from Blakely for 12 miles then turn right onto Lower River Road (County Road and travel 3 miles.  The road entrance to the dam will be on the right.
  • Early County – Fannie Williams Park – Coheelee Creek  To reach the landing take State Road 62 west from Blakely for 10 miles to Old River Road (County Road 80).  Turn left onto Old River Road.  Fannie Williams Park Landing is 2 miles north on the left.   This park includes the added attraction of the Coheelee Creek Covered Bridge built in 1891
  • Early County – Odom Creek Road Landing  To reach the landing take State Road 62 west from Blakely for 10 miles to Old River Road (County Road 80).  Turn left onto Old River Road.  Odom Creek Landing is 8 miles north on the left.
  • Seminole County – Georgia Highway 91 at Florida state line  To reach the landing at the Florida state line, travel 8 miles south from Donalsonville on Georgia Highway 91.  The landing is just across the river into Florida on the left side.
  • Seminole County – Desser Landing   To reach the landing at the Florida state line, travel 7 miles south from Donalsonville on State Road 91 to State Road 285 then turn left. Travel south for 7 miles and Desser Landing Road will be on the right.
  • Seminole County – Henry Cummings Landing  To reach Cummings Landing travel south from Donalsonville on State Road 39 for 18 miles all the way to the end of the road.
  • Seminole County – Mildred Cummings Landing  To reach Cummings Landing travel south from Donalsonville on State Road 39 for 18 miles all the way to the end.
  • Seminole County – Sealys Landing   To reach Sealys Landing travel south from Donalsonville on State Road 39 for 7 miles then left onto State Road 374.  Continue to travel south for 11 miles to the end.
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Reed Bingham State Park

Posted in Parks

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This park surrounds a 375-acre lake that has become a major boating and water-skiing attraction in south Georgia. The fishing is excellent for bass, crappie, catfish and bream. The park includes the  Coastal Plains Nature Trail and Gopher Tortoise Nature Trail which meander through a cypress swamp, pitcher plant bog, sand hill area and other habitats indicative of coastal plains  Georgia.  Watchful visitors may see waterfowl, the threatened gopher tortoise and indigo snake, and other creatures.  During summer, a butterfly and hummingbird garden is in full bloom. The park is less than six miles from I-75, making it a relaxing side trip for Florida-bound travelers.

For lodging the park includes tent, trailer, and RV sites for rent.  Just call the park office for details.  In addition lodging is available at motels in Moultrie which is 18 miles west of the park or in Adel which is 8 miles east of the park.

 

Driving directions

The best way to access Reed Bingham State Park is to take the exit in Adel at State Road 37 and go west for 7 miles.  The entrance to the park is on the right before you get to the bridge at Little River.  Coming from the west, take State Road 37 east out of Moultrie for 18 miles.  The park will be on the left just across the bridge at Little River.

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