Exotic Floral Delights in the New Secret Garden at Cryptoslots Celebrate Joys of Spring

Cryptoslots is bursting with the beauty of Spring with its new Secret Garden. The exotic new slot game has expanding Wilds and free spins with up to 4X win multipliers, and features nature’s brightest, most colorful floral gems.  Introductory bonuses are available until Sunday.

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“With our new Mega Matrix games platform we have a lot of freedom to develop new ideas,” said Michael Hilary, manager of the crypto-only casino. “And we have an amazing design team that has some incredible new games in the works!”

Heralding the advent of Spring, the exclusive new Secret Garden slot has Expanding Wilds and free spins with win multipliers.  Three Free Spin scatter symbols triggers 33 bonus rounds. During these free spins, Wilds expand to cover the entire reel and wins are multiplied up to 4X.

Visitors to the Secret Garden of floral delights can bet from. $0.60 - $9.60 per spin.

Committed to building out the Mega Matrix games portfolio with lots of creative new games, Cryptoslots just launched Night in Venice for Valentines. The romantic new game has Double Wilds and Mystery symbols that grant instant cash prizes. Age of Heroes, a diamond shaped grid with free spins and Expanding Wilds, is next.

SECRET GARDEN INTRODUCTORY BONUSES

Available February 26 – March 1, 2020 only.

50% Deposit Bonus

Min. deposit $30

Bonus code: NEWSPINS

Available up to 4x per day. Wagering requirement 35X.

For Secret Garden slot game only.

35% Deposit Bonus

Min. deposit $25

Bonus code: MEGAMATRIX

Available up to 3x per day. Wagering requirement 35X.

For any Mega Matrix slot game.

Cryptoslots uses only cryptocurrency for deposits and withdrawals. Bitcoins, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoins and Monero transactions are safe and easy and fees are low. It’s a Provably Fair casino – randomness and fairness can be easily verified.

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