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1  Economy / Scam Accusations / [Solved] Scam $80 winnings were not paid. on: August 13, 2023, 03:33:57 PM
Update: The withdrawal was released

Update: Winnings were credited back. Withdrawal is pending.

What happened:: corrected down $80 from my winnings.

The Crashino saga started again! I have been there for two years, and I am not regular there. But I still play there because of their good promotions. They offer generous bonuses each Friday. With their delayed payment habit, I started gambling again in the last two months. A few days ago, I won $110 From my deposit bonus free spins, and they triggered KYC because of that. They send me an email asking for the documents, which I send within an hour. Then I noticed they canceled my withdrawal, and my funds were on my Crashino balance. I decided to play again, and I got another good win. Then I requested another withdrawal while I was still waiting for KYC verification. Their support said it may take up to 24 hours. I contacted their support again, and they said no documents were uploaded to my account. FYI, there is no option in Crashino to upload your documents. They requested to send the documents to, which I did a few days ago.

I contacted efialtis through, and he also contacted them.

After a few hours, I received a $150 withdrawal. My withdrawal was $230.19; they paid $150 and deducted the $80 without explaining. I contacted the support agent to know what could be the reason. FYI, I was triggered KYC, which seems I passed.

Their response is;

“Thank you for waiting. Please be informed that according to our Terms and Conditions section 12.10 The maximum withdraw-able amount from the winnings generated from ANY no deposit bonus (cash, free spins, free money bonus with wagering, loyalty points etc) is 100$ or equivalent currency. If the wins are generated from ANY bonus that is tied to a deposit (reload bonus, deposit free spins, etc), the withdraw-able amount is 250$.”

I cannot stop laughing, to be honest.

First of all, I deposited $50 and $110 winnings from that deposit bonus free spins.
2nd Of all, The rest $110 dollar was from my bonus game playing;

If all the winnings were from free spins, it still does not exceed the $250 limit, while my latest $110 winning was from “Buy free spins”.

Then their support asked me to wait, and they later said they would inform me via email. It's been three days, and I contacted them six times in the last three days. I am stuck in a loophole now. Contact live support >> Explain everything >> They check and copy and paste the same response like please wait. We are investigating the case>> Contact live support again.

Scammers Profile Link:;u=3380481

Reference Link:
Amount Scammed: $80
Payment Method: TRX
Proof of Payment: I deposited there from Binance, the tx is:

Screenshot from Crashino:

PM/Chat Logs:

2  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / What's happening With Bitcoin? on: June 14, 2022, 07:59:59 AM
I know almost all veteran members understand what's happening in the market. But, newbies like me still trying to figure out what's happening and the possible reason why it's happening. Now, People sharing their thought as if BTC is the only currency that is going down now. Every currency going down right except stable coins (We don't see the stable coins going down like Terra UST).

The key point Reason for the Market Crash is Fear and Inflation.

Here is an article worth reading from financial express.

Cryptocurrency markets have crashed to a new low of this year today (13th June, 2022). The global market cap has shrunk below $1 trillion to $977 billion, around 12 % fall since yesterday. The global cryptocurrency market cap has fallen by around $1 trillion this year while almost every top coin is now worth half or even less than their all-time highs.

The immediate trigger for the crypto crash appears to be a massive sell-off by investors amid heightened inflation fears and pausing of withdrawal by crypto lending service Celsius. Investors are also continuing to stay away from riskier assets, which is reflecting in the stock markets as well.

“The crypto market has been under pressure from the Federal Reserve, hiking the interest rates to combat inflation over the past few months. Bitcoin, Ethereum, and most cryptocurrencies suffered losses over the weekend after a broad sell-off following the data showing US inflation hitting a 40-year high,” said  Edul Patel Co-Founder and CEO of crypto investment platform Mudrex.

“As investors seem to have panicked, the number of crypto liquidations has been high since Friday. Bitcoin and Ethereum plummeted as much as 7% each and are currently trading at their lowest at US$25,000 and US$1,300. The bearish trend may likely continue in the next coming days,” he added.

While altcoins have historically underperformed Bitcoin, this time they have an added pressure of potential regulatory roadblocks. A report by CoinDesk quoted an expert as saying that only a small number of altcoins are likely to survive such market movements.

Shivam Thakral, CEO of crypto exchange BuyUcoin said that the rising food, gas, and energy prices are putting tremendous pressure on the crypto market as Bitcoin and Ether have witnessed double-digit losses in the past 24 hours.

“After the consumer price index reported the highest inflation since 1981, financial markets across the globe have seen a sharp downturn,” said Thakral.

“The market is expected to remain choppy in the coming weeks and countries around the globe continue to report high inflation numbers. The current dip in the crypto prices allows investors to buy crypto at 2021 prices and we expect the seasoned investors to take advantage of the dip,” he added.

According to Darshan Bathija, CEO of crypto exchange Vauld, most investors worry that unless inflation numbers start dropping soon, the US Fed may have to tighten reigns by increasing interest rates at a faster pace than anticipated.

3  Other / Meta / General Discussion about the Bitcoin Forum. on: June 12, 2022, 12:25:39 PM
Hmm, I love to read and trying figuring out new things. JayJuanGee never depressed me with his wall of text on Wall observer of BTC/USD. Today I noticed a few interesting things about the Bitcointalk forum. Most of you guys maybe know about this. But I just discovered those things today.

Why are the bots on The Most Time Online?
I noticed my time logged in is about 3 days and 8 hours so far. I visited the stats section today to see if these stats also belong there. If so, let's who is the top guy. I saw 10 most-time online accounts and I realized all of them are bots. They never posted on the Bitcointalk forum. The Interesting fact, 9 of them were registered in August 2018 (from august 14 to august 17) and mitmivan was registered on July 24, 2018. Their Online time is huge, Over 22529 days for the 10th one. Which means almost 62 Years  Grin. Oh man, Theymos joking with us. I am not sure why those dummy accounts belong there. If we can see some real accounts, that would be more interesting.

No Important Announcement for the last four years.
I was trying to figure out what is the difference between this image and this image
I noticed the lighter Darker one has new posts and the other one doesn't. I saw the last topic created on Important Announcements about four years ago. Only VIPs, global moderators, and administrators can post there, and they didn't create a single thread in the last four years. The board icon remained the same for the last four years. I guess there is really nothing to announce, right? Mods and Admins, Think about it if really you don't want to share anything. Otherwise, the Museum authority will contact you soon to archive it  Grin.
4  Bitcoin / Wallet software / Securing Seed Phrase Using Magic Mug Under $15 on: June 09, 2022, 03:23:08 PM
Hi Guys!

I guess it's an appropriate section to post this. If not, please suggest to me where I can move this.
I was thinking of a unique way to secure the Seed phrase, and I found one. I don't know if anyone has tried this already.
It's called Magic Mug in my country. I don't know what is the name of this on other countries. But, People usually print on mugs to gift their partner. So, I thought, why not try it? I know it's not 100% secure. It can be broken. So, Don't use it only to secure your Seed. It's interesting, Fun, and can be necessary sometimes. One of the best methods is to secure your Seed using washers: You can check this thread by fillippone Securing Your Seed Phrase with Washers

How does it work?: I guess everyone know does it works. Still, I want to describe it shortly. The Mug color is Black when it's Cool or at Normal Temperature. When pouring Hot water into the Mug, Mug's color will change, as shown in the photo below.

Before Pouring Hot Water:


After Pouring Hot Water


  • Cheap (Under $15)
  • Uncommon


  • Can be broken
  • Have to becarefull when print

Warning: Order at least two Mugs from different shops to print your Seed phrase, and never order online. If you can Order more than two Mugs, It will be better. Use it as a secondary seed phrase backup.

5  Other / Beginners & Help / How much do you care when you wear a commercial Signature? on: June 04, 2022, 02:59:46 AM
I am not sure if this is the appropriate board to post this. But I am posting it here.

I know I am not eligible for any signature campaign. But I am interested to know a few things. Because I saw a few signature participants (1xbit) got tagged because they promoted scam websites. I think this topic will be helpful for other new members too.

How much do you care about the signature that you are wearing? There are a lot of platforms promoting their business. But, Not all of them are legit. There are some scam casinos like 1xbet. But, There are a lot of bounty campaigns that offer signature campaigns. But, half of them (even more) end up scamming their participants.

Do you research before Apply?

Do you research the platform background, or do you examine its legitimacy? I am asking this because I never played on 1xBit, and I didn't get scammed by them. Before joining their platform or signature campaign, I wouldn't know they were scammers. Not only 1xBit. What about other platforms? For example, if A new casino platform offers signature campaigns, Or an exchanger offers a signature campaign, Would you join their campaign without researching their platform? If you investigate any platform, What is the process? How do you check if they are good or bad?

Do you feel like they hired you?

When they accept your application, and you wear their signature, Do you feel like they hired you? If it sounds like a non-sense question, Here is why I am asking this: I noticed some 1xbit participants trying to defend their platform. Even there are no requirement on the campaign. I saw Chip-mixer participants doing discussion on Chip-mixer thread and most of them are Chip-Mixer Signature participants.

That's all.
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / What do you doing with your Polaris cards? on: May 28, 2022, 04:53:50 AM
Hi alt miners, I am not expecting a great day because, as we know, GPU mining is becoming less profitable day by day. 2021 was a great year in GPU mining history. At the peak rate, we have mined over $5/day with Rx 570 8 gigs cards at 30 Mhs. But, A few months ago, $10/day was standard for a 100 Mh/s Mining rig before the electricity cost. But, At this moment, We can barely mine $2.15/day with a 100 Mh/s. If you have RTX 3090, You are still mining $2.55/day before the electricity cost. After the electricity cost, it's reduced to around $1.75, which is low compared to 2021.

I have some Polaris cards like Rx 570 8gigs and Rx 580 8gigs which can give you around 30-32 Mh/s on the eth hash algorithm. With this hash rate, You can barely mine $0.65 before the electricity and $0.35 after the electricity cost. As ETH POS will be introduced very soon, What are you planning to do with your Polaris cards? Because if you have the Latest Nvidia cards, You can mine other coins like Sero, Ergo, and Flux. But, I don't think Polaris cards will be profitable. Also, GPU prices are dropping drastically, and old cards' resell values are also falling. I am planning to sell my Polaris cards. What do you planning?
7  Economy / Scam Accusations / Another Chipmixer Clone? on: May 02, 2022, 08:50:49 AM
Today I visited the Scam accusation board and found a Chipmixer clone which I would like to quote below.

Website name:


Found this result on Top google searching
the difference is the B logo on the center with circle this is not the same like real chipmixer with C logo inside. but they was mistaken in top right still use C logo
Domain information:

Registrar Info
Referral URL
Important Dates
Expires On 2023-03-09
Registered On 2022-03-09
Updated On 2022-03-09
Name Servers

the Ip's relationship:
the scammer always use this invalid address for mixing: 5Ap20Fd2QJp1XyuGoMtGrGnbo28wnXxVJ. cause I can't find it on explorer, I don't know what the purpose,

Then I searched Chipmixer on google and find out another Chipmixer Clone website.


As far as I know, Chip mixer's. Com domain doesn't work now, but they have an onion domain. But I never heard about it.Co domain. The logo and other features are almost the same as the original Chipmixer. I am unable to post pictures because of my rank.

Here are the domain Details:

Registrar:NameCheap, Inc.
Registered On:2020-11-29
Expires On:2023-11-29
Updated On:2022-02-24

If this is chipmixer's mirror domain. I apologize.
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