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1  Bitcoin / Legal / Editing on: August 04, 2022, 06:21:28 AM
We are being contacted by unknwon people because of this.
2  Economy / Scam Accusations / The google search results for "1XBit Review" are quite shocking... on: July 15, 2022, 05:46:10 AM
If you search on Google for "1XBit Review" this is the first thing you see:



See also their TrustPilot account:
https://www.trustpilot.com/review/1xbit.com

So many 5 star reviews are being posted there (they are probably fake).

No wonder people fall into their scam.

And Google should be careful about doing what they're doing not only with 1XBit but with other results as well - this could open the door to the fall of that giant company - you simply don't do such things as this will open the door for many lawsuits against Google for misleading information etc.

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This thread was posted due to seeing so many complaints against 1XBit, and it seems like they don't stop coming in.

3  Economy / Gambling / Investing in Casino tokens such as BFG, OWL or TFS on: July 13, 2022, 09:17:03 AM
It looks like all cryptos went down in the past few weeks/months, Bitcoin is down, Ethereum is down.

Among the few ones that actually haven't lost a lot of value are cryptos that represent gambling sites, for instance:

  • BFG for BetFury - they offer currently up to 76% yields per annum on the BFG token that is paid in other cryptos such as USDT, BNB etc.
  • OWL for OwlGames - they offer 43% per annum on their OWL token, their currency has actually went up in value whilst all other cryptos went down - and why? Anyone knows?
  • TFS for FairSpin - not very popular but represents FairSpin, didn't go down in value much either.

Are these things similar to what we had in the 1990s and 2000s before Crypto - like buying "William Hill" or "Ladbrokes" stocks? Is it more or less the same thing just in Crypto?

And why OWL keeps on going up in price? Honestly their site doesn't seem to be very unique or impressive - anyone has a credible explanation who is behind the price rise of that OWL token?!

 Huh
4  Economy / Gambling discussion / Finding value bets on: July 04, 2022, 07:27:56 AM
Last night, Djokovic, one of the best tennis players on grass out there (potentially he is the favorite to win in Wimbledon) - had odds of 1.25 at peak against Timmy, after Timmy won one set.
Would you see that 1.25 as a value bet or not?

What if a tennis player in Wimbledon or some other big tournament, quickly goes 40-0 and you have him @ 1.10 to win the game (not the match, just that 40-0 game) - can this be a value bet?

What about a basketball match, the total line is 180.5 and the game in live goes 150.5 - is it worth taking the "over" because the line has dropped 30 points below the original line?

How do you define value in general?
5  Economy / Gambling discussion / I'm curious... what's gonna be with Nick Kyrgios ? on: July 02, 2022, 09:30:54 PM
Can he make it to the finals in Wilmbledon?
6  Economy / Gambling discussion / What do you think about this Golf Strategy? [Betting €5400 on the US Open] on: June 14, 2022, 12:19:52 PM
Edit: The betting slip is HERE

The US Open starts in 2 days.
Let's say you use a BetFair account in order to lay Golf players that have virtually almost 0 chance to win. (odds of 300 to 1 or more).

If you can't use BetFair you can use OrbitX for example:
https://www.orbitxch.com/customer/sport/3

(See also a guide here - How to use BetFair from anywhere)

Now,

You deposit a quite large amount of €5400 and you start laying the players with the high odds, literally:

Kurt Kityama - 900 to 1 - €6.00
Patrick Rodgers - 870 to 1 - €6.20
Thorbjorn Olesen - 810 to 1 - €6.66
Scott Stallings - 650 to 1 - €8.30
Wyndham Clark - 620 to 1 - €8.70
Harris English - 650 to 1 - €8.30
Joel Dahmen - 700 to 1 - €7.70
Matthew NeSmith - 640 to 1 - €8.50
Beau Hossler - 630 to 1 - €8.60
Taylor Montgomery - 580 to 1 - €9.30
Kevin Kisner - 510 to 1 - €10.60
Erik Van Rooyen - 530 to 1 - €10.20
Branden Grace - 530 to 1 - €10.20
Lanto Griffin - 490 to 1 - €11.00
Cameron Tringale - 490 to 1 - €11.00
Denny Mccarthy - 540 to 1 - €10.00
Adri Arnaus - 500 to 1 - €10.80
Sam Horsfield - 470 to 1 - €11.50
Adam Hadwin - 480 to 1 - €11.25
Mackenzie Hughes - 470 to 1 - €11.50
Victor Perez - 490 to 1 - €11.00
Stewart Cink - 500 to 1 - €11.00
Kevin Na - 420 to 1 - €12.80
Lucas Herbert - 430 to 1 - €12.55
Phil Mickelson - 490 to 1 - €11.00
Francesco Molinari - 430 to 1 - €12.55
Thomas Pieters - 390 to 1 - €13.80
Alex Noren - 360 to 1 - €15.00
Sepp Straka - 380 to 1 - €14.20
Tom Hoge - 340 to 1 - €15.80
Luke List - 310 to 1 - €17.40
K.H. Lee - 370 to 1 - €14.60
Brian Harman - 300 to 1 - €18.00
Sergio Garcia - 300 to 1 - €18.00
Marc Leishman - 320 to 1 - €16.85
Ryan Fox - 300 to 1 - €18.00
Gary Woodland - 270 to 1 - €20

So by doing this you risk €5400 in order to win €439

So you make a profit of 8% approx. on your investment, but it's almost risk free.

What do you think about it?
 Huh

7  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Several reasons explaining the Crypto Price Crash (without BS) on: June 14, 2022, 07:41:24 AM
If you search on Google for "Why Bitcoin is falling" you would find dozens of articles full of BS explaining to you nothing, so let's keep it short and sweet:


All in all, a big crash can come from either Binance or Tether's direction (or maybe USDC) - if the US govt would want to stop the use of USDT/USDC tokens - they can do it at any given moment!

Tether ‘Transparency Is Needed’ Following Terra’s UST Collapse: Analyst
https://www.coindesk.com/layer2/2022/05/24/tether-transparency-is-needed-following-terras-ust-collapse-analyst/

All in all - there is no trust in the system, and when there is no trust - there would be a crash in the price, "because markets are ruled right now by fear" (Alessio Rastani on the BBC, when the Eurozone was in troubles).
8  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Binance BTC Withdrawal getting stuck - what's the best thing to do? on: June 13, 2022, 11:12:15 AM
TXID = cd65cbe2a7a6fc1ee41f9bba3c2d06891f8f5e373bda14d5eaa0c6970056f9f7

https://blockchair.com/bitcoin/transaction/cd65cbe2a7a6fc1ee41f9bba3c2d06891f8f5e373bda14d5eaa0c6970056f9f7

With all the panic in the market today - is there a way to accelerate this transaction somehow or just "wait"?

ViaBTC shows 12.5 LTC price to accelerate ($525) which seems too much - any other suggestions what to do in order to get this confirmed?
9  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Elon Musk won't save Doge or Bitcoin this time on: May 12, 2022, 06:18:28 AM
We are back to the 90s, the Fed raised the rates by 0.50% - nothing is going to stop the trend of further rate hikes - which in turn will keep on taking the air out of the balloon so called Crypto.
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Announcements (Altcoins) / FreePancake.com - CAKE Faucet, Hourly Claim, 50% Ref Com, INSTANT Withdrawals on: April 26, 2022, 02:14:16 AM
Hello everyone.

Previously we started our Ripple Faucet in October 2017 and later on our NEM & Cardano faucets (links below) up to the point of having 17 faucets nowadays.

About us?
First of all our main site Get-Paid.com has been live for over 10 years - you can also see:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1033612.0

The reason we mention who we are is because it's important for us to establish trust. We love paying our members and that's what we've been doing for so long, but we are aware of the high dynamism around Crypto currencies, which is why we currently run 17 faucets.

Why PancakeSwap?
Because it's one of the top crypto currencies in the world.

How does it work?
The site itself pays - a minimum of - $0.0003 in value of CAKE every hour.
But you can get so much more than that by checking the "Earn More" section, grabbing free codes from us and more.

The site makes money only from ads, we do not ask anyone to deposit money in the site and this is not possible neither (at least not at this stage).
We are trying to maintain a balanced site without too many aggressive ads but on the same time ensure we have a few in order to cover the faucet costs.

Do you really offer Instant Withdrawals? What's the minimum?
Yes, that's right, and currently the minimum is 0.3 CAKE.

If you have any comments or any feedback please feel free to drop a line here.
PS The official support for the site is via Twitter but we're happy to assist here as well if necessary.

Site URL:
https://freepancake.com


Some links to our other faucets:
https://coinfaucet.io (our Ripple Faucet)
https://FreeNEM.com
https://FreeCardano.com
https://FreeBitcoin.io
https://Free-Doge.com
(Scroll down from any site to see of all of our available sites)

Link for our Twitter page:
https://twitter.com/cryptosfaucets
11  Economy / Micro Earnings / FreeShibainu.com - SHIB Faucet, Hourly Claim, 50% Ref Com, INSTANT Withdrawals on: March 08, 2022, 10:31:17 AM
Hello everyone.

Previously we started our Ripple Faucet in October 2017 and later on our NEM & Cardano faucets (links below) up to the point of having 16 faucets nowadays.

About us?
First of all our main site Get-Paid.com has been live for over 10 years - you can also see:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1033612.0

The reason we mention who we are is because it's important for us to establish trust. We love paying our members and that's what we've been doing for so long, but we are aware of the high dynamism around Crypto currencies, which is why we currently run 16 faucets.

Why Shiba?
Because it's one of the top crypto currencies in the world.

How does it work?
The site itself pays - a minimum of - $0.0003 in value of SHIB every hour.
But you can get so much more than that by checking the "Earn More" section, grabbing free codes from us and more.

The site makes money only from ads, we do not ask anyone to deposit money in the site and this is not possible neither (at least not at this stage).
We are trying to maintain a balanced site without too many aggressive ads but on the same time ensure we have a few in order to cover the faucet costs.

Do you really offer Instant Withdrawals? What's the minimum?
Yes, that's right, and currently the minimum is 50,000 SHIB.

If you have any comments or any feedback please feel free to drop a line here.
PS The official support for the site is via Twitter but we're happy to assist here as well if necessary.

Site URL:
https://freeshibainu.com


Some links to our other faucets:
https://coinfaucet.io (our Ripple Faucet)
https://FreeNEM.com
https://FreeCardano.com
https://FreeBitcoin.io
https://Free-Doge.com
(Scroll down from any site to see of all of our available sites)

Link for our Twitter page:
https://twitter.com/cryptosfaucets
12  Other / Off-topic / Novak Djokovic's VISA got cancelled [Australian Open 2022] on: January 06, 2022, 03:46:50 AM
Novak Djokovic, as of today, is not allowed to enter Australia.
The Australian Open tournament starts in 11 days.

He was exempt from having a COVID19 vaccine and provided that reason to the border agency in Australia, however they refused to let him in and his Visa got cancelled.

His only option now is to take the jab and issue a new Visa or forfeit participation in the Australian Open.

What do you guys think about this?

Source:
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-australia-59889522
13  Economy / Gambling discussion / Greyhound Racing - Tips, Strategies - Starting 2022 with a €700 Balance on: January 05, 2022, 07:51:46 AM
Greyhound Racing, also known as Dog Racing, is a type of sports that started in 1919 in California, and in 1926 was firstly introduced in England and became even more popular in England than in the United States itself.

In fact, a year later it was introduced to Australia and Australia has one of the most interesting markets in this regards.

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In this thread we will share some tips and strategies betting on these races, but unlike the traditional way of betting (i.e. selecting which dog will win the race) - we are betting against a certain dog to win the race. That is also known as lay betting. We will use Orbit Exchange website for this which is a popular BetFair clone website.

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So what can you expect to find in this thread?

  • Every single bet we place will be documented with a screenshot.
  • Where possible - we will notify you 10-20 minutes before the race so you could place the same bet as well if you wish.
  • Look for the explanation next to each bet explaining why we prefer to lay this dog.
  • Discipline is the #1 key here - if you are unsure - don't place the bet. There are so many races to choose from.
  • We only bet on races from the UK or Australia.

For more bettings tips and strategies visit our blog GamblingFreebies.com

Now let's get started!



Our first race is Ballarat in 30 minutes, we will lay dog #6 "Mini Dimmy":



The reasons to lay this dog are:

  • "Yet to hit the scoreboard." - According to the info provided for this dog.
  • Her trainer, Andrea Dailly, has several other dogs in this race with much better chance.
  • The race is delayed and the market confirms the price on this dog is only going up.

Expected profit from this race: €4.50

Bet placed:



You can watch the races live for free using this link.



The next one to look for is Wentworth Park Race #6 in about slightly more than 20 minutes.
Dog #4 is currently 50 to 1 in the bookies.

The comments on this dog reads out: "Going through the motions at present - and likely to get run off his feet early here. Last success was a 30.34 here in Feb, but form has slipped since a spell."

Her records of the last 6 races are: 648767 (i.e. she finished, 7th, 6th, 7th, 8th etc.)

Her best time for this distance is 30.34 seconds and the favorite's best time is 29.81 seconds. In terms of races of this kind the margin is quite big.

We'll update here once the bet has been placed, assuming there are no surprises towards the start of the race.




The next one to look for is Wentworth Park Race #6 in about slightly more than 20 minutes.
Dog #4 is currently 50 to 1 in the bookies.

The comments on this dog reads out: "Going through the motions at present - and likely to get run off his feet early here. Last success was a 30.34 here in Feb, but form has slipped since a spell."

Her records of the last 6 races are: 648767 (i.e. she finished, 7th, 6th, 7th, 8th etc.)

Her best time for this distance is 30.34 seconds and the favorite's best time is 29.81 seconds. In terms of races of this kind the margin is quite big.

We'll update here once the bet has been placed, assuming there are no surprises towards the start of the race.


It's quite difficult to grab these high odds, the limit is €7 so you have to risk €7 or less in Orbit, or otherwise you cannot place your bet. That requires you to bet on the dog first and then lay against it for a higher price - but that takes away all the margin of profit:



We would look for ones around the 100 mark line so these would allow to pocket €7 without having to back & lay altogether.

Stay tuned for more and follow this thread for updates whenever we have a new dog to lay.




Race #8 in Cranbourne starts in about 10 minutes, and it has the following interesting points to consider:

  • A heavy favorite dog with fixed odds priced at 1.45.
  • Two dogs in this race are coming from the same trainer - Zipping Jazz (26.00) and Zipping Chew (23.00).
  • The difference in the "Best time" between the heavy favorite and Zipping Jazz is quite minimal.
  • Zipping Jazz has "place claims" whilst the other one has NBT = No Best Time recorded.

So if we need to select which dog out of the two is the worst then Zipping Chew (23.00) seems to be the better choice here despite the odds being slightly better for him.

So here we have a 23.00 dog to lay, which the odds are supposedly going to be far better and reward more accordingly. Is it coming with a bigger risk? Slightly, but in our opinion in this one it's worth the shot.




We've managed to place the bet 1 minute before the race starts:



Profit here from this race alone: €18




The last race today in Rockhampton starting in 5 minutes approx (Race #10) has a dog #3 called "Farmor Saloons", currently 40 to 1 in the bookies.
Comments on this dog: "Well beaten from this draw on resumption Jan 1 and likely to need more time. Others preferred."

Now note his best time for this distance of 407m: 24.60 seconds (quite slow)

We have 2 favorites who did around 24 seconds and another dog called "Special Speed" which is a 2nd or 3rd favorite with 23.79s BST - that is almost 1 second difference between the dog we're looking at.

So we have 3 favorites who can beat dog #3 plus others as well.

It's a full 8 dog race, no box is left empty, so you can book quite nice profits from this one, the risk is quite minimal (note there is always a risk the dogs will clash with each other etc. - which is why a 800m race is preferable but is quite rare - it depends how patient you are waiting for better chances but this one is quite an excellent chance as well).



It was extremely difficult to secure profit from this because of a low balance of €700 only:



Looks like a bank of €2,100 is better here in order to secure such bets, but if you guys were reading and were following then congrats, we feel safe to say so even before the race has started.




There was no time to post about this in advance, but in short:



The last race from Ballarat provided us a huge favorite (1.30) who won the race, we did rely on the favorite to get his job in this one.

Current stats:

5 bets placed so far.
Bank: €730.54 (€30.54 more today after deducting Orbit's commissions).





Now the last one for this session is dog #3 in Nottingham 12:06pm UK Time, currently trading between 30 and 40 to 1 in the exchanges.

The info you need is given here:
https://www.timeform.com/greyhound-racing/racecards/nottingham/1206/2022-01-05/948446

"Third run back from a long break. Looks a live adversary in this field."

Had a bad form "566T6" and overall if the exchange takes it 50 and north we'll book it in.




Bet has been placed, you can watch the race live here.



Profit from this race: €16.50





In this case the races this evening that might contain some nice dogs to lay are: Races #2, 3, 5, 6 and 7.


This is from Race #5, was placed quite a few moments before closure, sometimes it's the only way to maximize the profits:



Profit from this race: €16.00




In Race #6 Magical Tara's odds have actually improved (this dog did win the last 2 races) - so this is a no bet, FYI.





In this case the races this evening that might contain some nice dogs to lay are: Races #2, 3, 5, 6 and 7.


Last one for today (Race #7):



Profit from this race: €23.00

Bank so far: €783.82




Posts in this thread got deleted, this is unbelieveable, no more free speech?!

Locking this thread, this is useless!


[moderator's note: consecutive posts merged]
14  Economy / Scam Accusations / Stake.com - $1m Race + $1m giveaway - is this user real?! on: December 25, 2021, 04:47:02 PM
Stake had a $1,000,000 giveaway today, Christmas day, where 90 users won $10k each and 1 user won $100,000.

So the winners of the $1,000,000 giveaway were posted less than 1 hour ago here:

https://stakecommunity.com/topic/49607-1000000-christmas-raffle/

The user who won $100,000 is someone who "joined" Stake 5 days ago and managed to wager already over $300,000,000 ($300 million):



You can also see he is "leading" the other $1,000,000 race as you can see how much he wagered so far:



Now,

Do you want to tell us that this user who simply joined 5 days ago was able to wager $300,000,000 just like that, and because of that he got so many Xmas tickets - he also managed to win the $100,000 today?!

As someone in that thread itself in Stake's forum says:

Compare the 100k winner to Ayezee. One of the biggest streamers out there. This guy wagered the same in 5 days, as Ayezee did the last 5 months. Something is not right.

So can anyone explain if this is real or is this a fake user?

Becuase, if this is a fake user - then why don't Stake explain it?

If this does look to you genuine then hats off but honestly it's extremely difficult to believe that someone can simply pop up 5 days ago, wager $300 million and win the big bucks!

 Angry
15  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / When will ETH Fees drop? (ETH v2 etc.) on: November 29, 2021, 07:45:59 AM
Do you guys have any estimate when the ETH Fees are going to drop? It's been so long those fees have been as high as mountains.
Do you see any light in the end of the tunnel?
16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / API Service for Sending Cryptos on: November 25, 2021, 05:23:49 PM
Whilst looking online there are lots of services that allow "merchants" to accept Crypto payments - we are not looking for that.

We are looking for a service that allows you to say ... store your balance in USDT (TRC20 for example) and send Crypto in as many different currencies to other wallets (Make withdrawals, not deposits - deposits would only be our own topups).

We tried B2Binpay, they're okay but very limited.
We're looking at NowPayments.io which seems to cater more for receiving Crypto (although they do support Mass payments so it might work).

Are there any other services similar to NowPayments.io which focus and concentrate on sending Cryptos in as many different currencies as possible?

Docs/KYC etc. is not a problem and can be done if necessary.

Would appreciate your feedback.
17  Economy / Scam Accusations / Stake.com - Shaving leads in the Affiliate Program on: November 24, 2021, 04:05:09 AM
What happened: = Stake.com is not crediting referrals all the times. The referral links are not reliable and the codes can easily be wiped out and this is how we lose (and you can also lose) a lot of potential commission.

Scammers Profile Link: Stake.com

Amount Scammed: Who knows how much but definitely a lot of missing commissions are there

This is our affiliate page as of today:


Payment Method: Crypto
PM/Chat Logs: See below
Additional Notes:

We ran many campaigns for Stake in our 15 faucet sites and in our other sites, but let's give you just one example to keep it short:
We placed an offer for Stake.com in our KiwiWall offerwall which looks like this:



Here is an example of a user who signed up under ourselves - alissonidle

https://i.imgur.com/wdmNBfo.png
https://i.imgur.com/NHWGYEN.png
https://i.imgur.com/m5hVv7h.png


The user sent us this ticket:



According to Stake's Support:

"I appreciate that you brought many users to Stake which I can see it from your affiliate history. However the account alissonidle is not under any referrals.
Please tell the user to come forward to live-support and we can check if he used the link correctly or not."

Here is a full text of what they told us:
https://i.imgur.com/JRR6d4V.png

By the way the "Platform" Yuto is referring to is Bitcointalk, we believe in resolving the issue first without going to the forum but since they have decided to be completely incomptent about it despite repeating complaints via Live Support we had no choice but to raise it in this forum.

By the way here is a video showing you what happens to your affiliate link and how the code is being wiped out a few seconds after registering:
https://vimeo.com/649327128
Any page refreshing for example will eliminate the user from being your referral and there are many other examples.
18  Economy / Scam Accusations / Stake.com $100k Giveaway - Not honoring all bets on: June 27, 2021, 08:22:05 AM
Stake is giving away $100k every week by awarding 20 users with $5000 each. You get 1 ticket for every $1000 wagered on the site.
I saw the promo didn't show up last night (26/06 Night Europe time), and I contacted their support to ask if everything is okay:



I then placed several bets on Italy-Austria when I was told it's all okay for instance:



I was taking this large risk in order to "buy" a ticket for the $100k raffle, i.e. I exchanged a risk of $400+ in order to participate in the raffle.

I wagered $400+ 4 times so it should count towards 1 ticket + over $600 towards a 2nd ticket - but today I saw I have 0 tickets.



They told me Due to maintenance, the timer was delayed by the system and started 1:59 AM 6/27/2021. All of your bets were before that time period and therefore not eligible for the raffle ticket.

As well as Unfortunately, there is nothing we can do about it. We are unable to provide raffle tickets manualy.

I told them they can at least offer some compensation, but they refused to offer any.

Whilst I understand they had a techncial fault aka "maintenance" or what's not - they told me the promotion is still ongoing - which now seems to be NOT TRUE.

I'd like Stake to take responsibility for this error and don't throw their customers off like this!
19  Economy / Speculation / Bitcoin decline is not related ONLY to Elon Musk! Binance is also related to it! on: May 14, 2021, 07:11:18 AM
It's unbelieveable how many threads get started here about Elon Musk this and Elon Musk that....

Have you actually read the news recently?! Just a few hours ago it was reported that Binance is being investigated by the IRS and the Department of Justice (aka DOJ) in the US.

2 days ago Yahoo/Coindesk published an article about many Binance users who have their accounts locked and waiting weeks/months to unlock it without any success, despite sending all the proper KYC verification documents etc.

If European governments will join the party then it would be a much bigger disaster for Binance!

We already posted this thread that exemplifies one problem that Binance has - you gain interest, report and pay 0 tax on it (we don't mind but the governments do).

If you think this is just a "DIP", just a market correction, you're in it for a surprise.

It's not for nothing that the Bank of England's governor warned investors and told them to stay away from Crypto in the near future.

How all this will roll out? no one knows. Yes, Crypto is a game changer, but the governments around the world seem to step up against it, we're in it for a rollercoaster ride now.

20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Binance is investigated by the IRS - BNB fell sharply today from $660 to $540 on: May 13, 2021, 09:30:11 PM
About 3-4 hours ago the media has published Binance is being investigated by the IRS.

Remember this thread we started 2 weeks ago?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5333873

Keep on unederstimating the US government or other governments around the world.

And this is your explanation for the huge falls in Crypto today - whilst the Cardano network is rising because investors want an alternative.

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