What is RocketGame?
RocketGame is a TRON-based gambling dapp with a great variety of games, dividends and a low-house edge.
The games offered by the platform are provably fair as all transactions are executed through smart contracts which ensures fairness.
RocketGame is currently one of the most popular gambling dapps with a very high volume.
RocketGame supported wallets
As a TRON-based decentralized application, RocketGame supports TronLink, a TRON wallet available as a browser extension on Chrome and on Android and iOS.
When you play games on RocketGame, you will gain ROCKET, a TRC20 token, regardless of the result of the game. You can use ROCKET to receive dividends from the platform.
To receive dividends from RocketGame, you need to freeze at least 1 ROCKET on the platform to receive dividends which are paid daily.
For playing ”lucky games” you’ll receive 1 ROCKET for every 1.3 TRX, and for slots, you”ll receive 4 ROCKET for every 1.3 TRX wagered.
RocketGame also offers users a cashback paid twice a week for their lost bets with the ratio ranging from 3% to 30%, as can be seen in the image below.
The cashback ratio depends on the total amount of coins wagered on the platform, you can view your cashback ratio and cashback history on the platform.
How to play on RocketGame?
Playing on RocketGame is very simple. You first need to log in to your TronLink wallet on your browser.
The platform has two different modes. One is dapp mode and the other one is wallet mode. You can play the games from your own wallet but you need to pay transaction costs each time you place a bet.
Instead, you can deposit TRX, BTC and ROCKET into your Rocket Wallet and play the games without having to pay transaction fees.
There are various dice and slot games on the platform. To start playing, click ”deposit” and deposit TRX or other cryptocurrencies into your wallet and switch to RocketWallet.
You can also directly start playing the games from your own TronLink wallet without depositing coins into your Rocket Wallet, keeping in mind the transaction costs you”ll pay.