There are few issues regarding the internet that are a hot a topic as privacy and the right to it. Most of you have already noticed a significant surge of pop-ups along the lines of “your privacy is important to us,” and it’s all part of the latest protection overhaul. That’s why no account casinos are surging in popularity.
Of course, there is an argument to made both for and against how your information is utilised online. For some people, using cookies can improve your online experience. For others, it’s pretty scary how we can be looking at a product or page on our phones one minute and then see that product or page pop up in a Facebook ad the next minute.
So, what does this all have to do with the world of online casinos? Many players feel like registering and verifying an account at an online casino is similar to filling out personal forms. If you’ve spent time having to take photos of your credit cards, scanning your utility bills and uploading passports, you know what we’re talking about.
Fortunately, no account casinos may be the answer. The whole idea is that you can make a deposit without registering on the platform and you can start playing your slots or table games right away.
Without an account, winnings can be paid into your internet wallet or bank quicker, too. Thanks to BankID, you don’t need to fill in tons of details.
There is a bit more to it than that, though. With the help of top-of-the-range technology plug-ins, we can play and withdraw winnings without registering a casino account. The key to all of this is a Swedish electronic ID solution called BankID, which allows operators banks and other organisations to reach agreements with people online. In other words, BankID informs your preferred online casino that you are legit.
You may be wondering if you can only enjoy no account casinos with operators outside your country, but it all depends on where you live. In fact, you can indeed join sites and claim bonuses offers, even if the site’s language is not English. For instance, in Sweden, the country is actively embracing the idea of no account casinos, and you can choose to translate most sites to English, if you prefer.
It’s all somewhat of a game-changer. After all, you can walk into a land-based casino, spend a few thousand, claim your winnings and go home – all without providing your personal details, So, why should it be any different online?
Of course, online casinos pushing for you to provide registration details will claim a drive against money laundering and fraud, which is all very valid. But, we do have the technology to stand against it. And, this technology may, in time, prove to be better against fraud than someone on the operator’s side scanning a copy of your passport and utility bills.