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1  Economy / Gambling / Re: bustabit The original crash game on: April 09, 2024, 10:08:16 AM
I tried to cover all of the questions, if I missed anything please ask me it again, it was a lot going on there and I'm just waking up now...

I think you missed the question I asked: When did you buy the license, and when did you become unhappy with it?


I still don't know the exact purchase date, and I didn't miss the question, I asked if providing the exact purchase date would be good use of my time. I'm already getting made fun of for mistakes that I made in what I've posted while being angry about this whole thing, so I don't even feel like beginning to try to explain what mistakes I made in the past translate in to having difficulty with locating the exact date for you now.

I thought I was clear, I became unhappy with the purchase when I went to sell the business and the broker informed me a .txt file posted on a website stating that a copy of source code had been purchased in no way qualifies as as software license. It doesn't even say that a license was purchased... It says source code was purchased. I didn't get the license, and then become unhappy with the license like you're wording the question as. There was never a license provided.

I've tried to post back a few times in the last couple of days, but just keep ranting stupidly about it. I don't know if I'll ever log in here again... I don't know if I'll let a lawyer run with it on contingency either... My blood pressure has been entirely too high for my own good, and I need to walk away from this. There's no good reason I'm as pissed as what I am expect for probably my own personal pride having been hurt (Talking up what I had to offer, stating I was licensed by Bustabit, and feeling like an idiot when I had nothing to back up my claims and looking like a complete dumbass on a video conference relating to this)
2  Economy / Gambling / Re: bustabit The original crash game on: April 07, 2024, 01:08:01 PM
Bustabit was paid for a license.

When did this happen? Did you buy a license from me, or from Daniel?

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Bustabit has code, if Bustabit sells me a copy of the code, much like a book, I can read it, but I can not run it or modify it and Bustabit has every legal right to tell me I need to cease doing anything besides reading it. I'm not saying that Bustabit would do this, but when a legal team looks things over, they look for any and all issues. This is a MAJOR issue.
When you were given the code, you should've been given something in writing saying what you are allowed to do with it. For instance, when I sold a license, I told people they can do what ever they want as long as: * They do not distribute it. * They do not sell it  * They do not claim to be, or affiliated with bustabit

Once I sold that person permission in writing (aka a license), it's not like I can retract it. If you haven't been given such permission, I suggest you contact bustabit support and get it in an email as writing as irrefutable proof of what you're allowed to do with the source code.



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The lawyer, which I have not yet hired, states the best way to go about this is to lodge a complaint (due to the amount being over $100K USD equivalent) with the FBI Cyber Crimes division, where a case will remain in effect until there is a resolution.

When did you buy the license? And when did you first be unhappy about what you received?  I hope this isn't a  "I bought something in btc and now that the price of bitcoin went up through the roof .... so i'd like my bitcoin back"

I agree - when buying a license, one should get a license. I did contact Bustabit, openly, in public, right here, just a few messages back. To which, Bustabit replied stating I should have asked for whatever I needed a the time of purchase. It is still at the time of purchase, even now, because time of purchase is a a term meaning not only for the payment of something but continuing through the time of delivery of what was purchased. Delivery has not taken place, hence, my purchase is still ongoing.

I was under the impression that being licensed by bustabit was absolutely an affiliation to Bustabit. I am not alone, google search the term "licensed by bustabit" (with the quotes), and you will see a number of sites stating they are officially licensed by Bustabit.

As stated before, there is a flaw with the "they" you are referring to, as in when you say "they do not distribute it" and "they do not sell it" and "they do not claim to be...". They in a legal sense needs to be an individual or a business entity, but instead "they" is an online presence (speaking of a domain name). There can never be an effectuated agreement with a domain name. This is yet another reason for my solution to include surrending the domain name to Bustabit, this would in essence transfer over "they" right back to bustabit, bustabit can then do whatever they want with "they" from there.

As far as the change in price relative to some fiat currency I simply do not respect the topic even being brought up. The reason I don't, is because the price was 2 bitcoin ... Had the price for instance been $50,000 USD and payable by bitcoin, then I would agree, the USD equivalent is the price that is in question. The fact that this is being brought up just goes to show how dollar hungry those that have are in a position of power with regard to Bustabit are, I think anyway. What has the site profited the owners ? 6100 BTC ? ... And yet here we are talking about 2 bitcoin and the fact that relative to the dollar, or whatever, those 2 bitcoins go a few times further than what they used to... Furthermore, in my first message where I posed the question, I was open to the option of possibly getting less than a full refund, but the out right refusal I won't be accepting anything but.

Continuing down the list of what is wrong here... Your supposed software license is an email. An email. The license being "Whatever they want" except for just a couple rules "don't distribute it" and "dont sell it" and "dont say you are affiliated with bustabit". How can you even be serious right now ? The "dont sell it" isn't even legal, due to first sale doctrine. I'm really not trying to be a dick about the whole situation but COME ON ... I can not possibly expect a large business entity (the kind with a legal team ) to accept a license of a printed email, where I point out "yep, right here, see, "whatever-they-want"-licensed" ... But the biggest issue is now it has come to light that even if that were acceptable as a legal software license, is that it is against the terms to state any affiliation with bustabit despite being licensed by bustabit (That was the biggest selling point of the whole thing, not only when payment was originally made, but when the people on the other side of my business broker wished to purchase the business from myself - I have worked with the broker to sell 3 businesses in the past).

So, for the following reasons I wish to surrender (transfer) the domain to bustabit and be sent 2 bitcoin as compensation for doing so:

- No license provided at time of purchase of license
- Misleading terminology, not able to state affiliated in any way with bustabit (Despite being licensed by them - I'm not the only one to think this google the search term with quotations "licensed by bustabit")
- No license still provided a great deal of time after payment having been made
- License Agreement, had it existed and been given, can not be effectuated with a domain name as a buyer
- License Agreement via email, with licensing terms of "whatever-they-want" is legally not up to par.
- EU law allows for a period of time after a license is given to refuse it (So, I do not wish to at this point email in to request one, I already talked about it in this forum thread, and was declined one)
- License (email) if it did count contains non-legal caveat, for instance "dont sell it" when someone can absolutely sell a copyrighted work due to First Sale Doctrine.
- It is ridiculous to be licensed by any entity, and then be told that you are to not show your credentials proudly on a website. That is like Costa Rica giving a gambling license to Bustabit, and then sending an email saying "so, yeah, about that license, don't put that online anywhere or say anything about us being affiliated with one another, despite giving us a hefty sum of 2 bitcoins to be licensed. NOTHINGBURGER is what was sold here.

There's a lot more I could say, but its already all so ridiculous ... I could dig back and eventually find exactly when I paid for the license, but before I put in the time to do so, why do you wish to know ? Is it an effective use of my time to go looking for the exact transaction ?

I tried to cover all of the questions, if I missed anything please ask me it again, it was a lot going on there and I'm just waking up now...
3  Economy / Gambling / Re: bustabit The original crash game on: April 07, 2024, 04:52:08 AM
Right, me, nor you, nor bustabit, nor anyone else has any idea how it is supposed to work because there is no license in existence that would state what it is that I can or can not do.

Bustabit is a big name in crypto gambling, and being licensed by them is a big deal - 2.3+ million bitcoins wagered ... That's why my broker (I've sold 3 Amazon FBA businesses through him) has a buyer that is interested. I'd been going over things with my broker to put it all together in to an offering. I don't have a license to show, and that's my biggest selling point by far.

And yes, BTC is highly valued - And that's why I'm so pissed.

Said more simply if I lost anyone there... (I'm just irate about this situation).

Bustabit was paid for a license. No license was provided. When asked about how to remedy the situation - Bustabit refused to give a refund (even for less than the original purchase amount and not even if I was to surrender my domain to them).

I don't know what planet Bustabit is from saying I should have asked for a license at the time of purchase of my license.. But back here on earth (I get it everyone is trying to go to the moon), at the time of purchase means not only when you pay for something but for the time period leading up to actually taking delivery for the purchase. So, it is still very much at the time of purchase at this very moment in time.

I'm hoping that the crypto gambling foundation will be able to help, because their members are held to high ethical/moral standards as well as transactions with online casinos being provably fair - And this situation is most certainly provably unfair.

The license is directly referenced in the source code, and you can read the terms at https://www.gnu.org/licenses/agpl-3.0.html. Bustabit also provides a written acknowledgment (https://bustabit.com/license.txt) that serves as documentation of your purchase and proves that your site is exempt from AGPLv3's requirements, allowing you to take your code closed-source.

I didn't say you should have asked for a license. I said you should have asked for whatever it is you want to show them. Just to be clear, what exactly is "the product" you believe you didn't receive?

I have spoken to a lawyer about this and familiarized myself with the issues, here is how it works in this case...

Bustabit has code, if Bustabit sells me a copy of the code, much like a book, I can read it, but I can not run it or modify it and Bustabit has every legal right to tell me I need to cease doing anything besides reading it. I'm not saying that Bustabit would do this, but when a legal team looks things over, they look for any and all issues. This is a MAJOR issue.

Code with the addition of the GPL allows use of the code, but requires that if any modifications be done that the code is made available to everyone (Share new modifications on Github, etc).

Modifying the GPL is fine, if there is a written agreement. An agreement requires both parties to agree to the modifications. This is what you are partially claiming was done. It was not ... What was done, is as the bustabit.com/license.txt says was done... which is: "The following sites have purchased a non-distributable copy of the previous version of bustabit's source code..."

Which brings us to our actual state of affairs ... Bustabit sold licensing to be a licensed by them site (That is why Bustabit is listing the domain names of the sites on their website in bustabit.com/license.txt) ... The problem, is that no license exists, all that was given was code. Which legally, can only be read, not used in absence of a software license, this is due to it being the copyrighted works of Bustabit. A text file stating that a domain purchased code and is exempt is what is legally referenced as being a "nothingburger" ... Another thing the lawyer pointed out is that a domain is not a legal entity, a person or business needs to be at the other end of an agreement, a domain is simply an online presence. From that alone there is no effectuated agreement. But further, saying "here is the software licence that you are exempt from" is like doing 0 + 1 (GPL) = 1 (software license) ... 1 (software license) - 1 (requirements to adhere to license) = 0 (software license).

So, again, I will request the same as I stated from the beginning - Would you please allow the surrender (transfer) of my domain to Bustabit, and refund the purchase to my specified BTC address when I do so ? I never received what I paid for, and I am not happy about it.

The lawyer, which I have not yet hired, states the best way to go about this is to lodge a complaint (due to the amount being over $100K USD equivalent) with the FBI Cyber Crimes division, where a case will remain in effect until there is a resolution. I'm told this can take up to three years, and daily I'm watching Bustabit rake in far more the 2 BTC this is all about. If I go the route of reporting (which I will if you will not give me a refund for my purchase that I was never provided) then this will be going in as a complaint that it not only happened to me, but to a total 32 sites (64 BTC).

Please let me know at your earliest how you would like to proceed. If you will refund for the purchase please provide email address for me to surrender the domain to you at. I really hope we can get this dealt with today, not only to expedite things, but also because I don't like involving police/cops/government in anything I do. It isn't my intention to cause a major disruption or loss to anyone, but this can easily go that way if Bustabit wants to be that greedy over 2 Bitcoin. I'm not going to be letting it go, and in the event of a shutdown/seizure there could be losses suffered by those that will need to prove identities in order to release assets back to them. I hate the position that I'm being put in to with this, but I'm not the a-hole in the equation unless you force me to be. I really thought that my first post would have been enough to get this resolved... Sincerely hoping that this one is going to be enough. The lawyer wanted to proceed with it right away with lodging a complaint, but at the very least I found it right to first let the community know of my intentions. Which are:

TLDR; NOTICE TO ALL CONCERNED PARTIES (INVESTORS, ETC) - BUSTABIT WILL BE SUBJECT TO A FORMAL COMPLAINT WITH FBI CYBER CRIMES DIVISION IF THEY DO NOT REFUND ME FOR MY PURCHASE (PURCHASED LICENSE TO OPERATE THEIR CODE - LICENSE NEVER PROVIDED). I WILL UPDATE IT HAS BEEN RESOLVED SHOULD I BE PROVIDED A REFUND, I WILL LIKELY NOT BE REPOSTING IF THEY AGAIN REFUSE.


4  Economy / Gambling / Re: ⚖️ Crypto Gambling Foundation ⚖️ - Fair Gambling For All on: April 06, 2024, 07:35:57 PM
Their forum is not reachable!

One of their member casinos sold you a license?

Which casino sold you a license, what license did they sell you and how much did you pay?


Yes, Bustabit sold "licenses", but when going to sell my business through a broker, they wanted to check all paperwork and have it reviewed by a lawyer. All I have to show them is a "nothing burger" which is a text file they put on their website:

bustabit.com/license.txt is the link to the text file I'm referring to.

The cost for the "license" was 2 bitcoins per site (Almost $140k as I am posting right now)

I have spoken to a lawyer, and I've been told that legally I have absolutely nothing, and the original writer of the code has legal rights to require the discontinuation of the code at any time. Legally, the code is copyrighted, and the only thing that I'm entitled to is to read the code, not use it commercially, not modify it as my own work, not modify it proprietorially... I can't blame my broker's buyer for not wanting anything to do with it. I've had some less than ideal things happen in the past couple of years

I thought about it for awhile, then I posted publically to bustabit, they said I should have asked for what I needed at the time of purchase. Time of purchase is still now, because time of purchase means not only when you pay for something, but until you receive something (which I've not received to this date). I offered to surrender the domain name (that has value, and I personally paid for) in order to facilitate my bitcoin being returned. In short, I could transfer the domain to them, they could then have control over it / do whatever they wish to do with it... Then remove the domain name from the list they have in their text file. They refused to refund me, not even partially (although, especially at this point I won't be accepting anything less than what I paid initially)... I really thought they wouldn't want the refusal to be so public. But, I Think maybe the issue is just too complex and someone skimming the forums doesn't realize how big I've been wronged here. In fact, there is 32 domains that paid these license fees and were never given a license.

I have spoken with a lawyer, I just don't agree with the way they want to go about it (Reporting to authorities that way they did was criminal in nature, and then receiving settlement from the subsequent closing / seizing of the entity ... I feel like its snitching but I am not seeing another way if the foundation is not able to be contacted, and the Bustabit is directly refusing, the crime is in fact large enough they will open a case that won't close until it is settled) ... There's other issues with it too, like if they go in there and seize things, no one is going to get their funds unless they verify themselves, and maybe some of those people are invested less than legally in the United States and then I'd be the a-hole that caused someone even bigger losses ... its just disguisting to me as some days I see their site making many more times what I wish to be refunded for a purchase never received. Pure greed at its worst Sad

I think I'll just ask the community what to do in the bustabit thread, and at least let them know of the possibility of the crime being reported which would allow them to remove their investments, etc. It sounded like it was a lengthy process anyway and could take as long as 3 years even... I'm open to any thoughts, ideas, suggestions, etc here...
5  Economy / Gambling / Re: ⚖️ Crypto Gambling Foundation ⚖️ - Fair Gambling For All on: April 03, 2024, 06:27:13 PM
Figured I wold make another attempt contacting the foundation via their own forums, but they appear to been down hard.

Is anyone else having trouble accessing the crypto gambling foundation's forums ? ( http://forum.cryptogambling.org/)

My persistence in contacting the foundation is due to one of their member casinos never providing me with a purchase (specifically, a purchase was made for a license, yet no license has been provided)
6  Economy / Gambling / Re: ⚖️ Crypto Gambling Foundation ⚖️ - Fair Gambling For All on: April 03, 2024, 06:18:57 PM
Stunna was here on February 25, 2024 and edited the opening post of his Stake.com thread, but decided to ignore his Crypto Gambling Foundation thread, even though cryptogambling.org is well visible mentioned in the opening post!

Let us see how far he will come with his criminal energy?

I for one have zero interest in seeing him come, let alone taking measurement of it after the fact... Please don't include me in that, even in your thoughts.

BUMP - Need a way to contact the foundation. To date, I have contacted via email the foundation (bounced back), posted to this thread (no reply), sent message to the foundation originator (hasn't been online / no reply).
7  Bitcoin / Legal / (Bitcoin related) Software license -Does a .TXT file posted online really count? on: March 28, 2024, 10:37:09 AM
My broker (I've sold 3 FBA (Fulfillment by Amazon) businesses with this guy, closed one low eight figure deal, and two mid six figure deals) has a client interested in buying my business. The main selling point of the whole deal is that software licensing has been paid for. Specifically, to a bitcoin gambling outfit that goes by the name of "Bustabit".

My broker says he needs copies of my licensing agreements. All that I'm able to show to them is this link to a text file on their website (bustabit.com/license.txt). I called the company out in their main thread under the gambling section but I'm getting told that I should have asked for what I needed at the time of purchase. I'm pretty sure that its still my time of purchase considering that I have never taken delivery of what I paid for (a license).

I tried to reach out to the organization that is supposed to keep them honest and in line (The Crypto Gambling Foundation) but their email address isn't valid, and they haven't responded to me letting them know about that in their respective thread here on bitcointalk.

I asked for help online under this "legal advice" section (different website), albeit not lawyer confirmed, I'm getting told that I got nothingburger'd:

" ... and your exemption is really a nothingburger. But again, I'd talk to an IRL lawyer for confirmation. "

I'm just posting here as a last ditch effort, I'm having a hard time coming to terms with having been nothingburgered ... I think its especially a lot to accept because I see the main website (bustabit.com) just raking in the bitcoins one after another ... The purchase price to be licensed was 2 bitcoins. Honestly, if I look really deep inward, I think its my own pride that is dragging me down on this one, I went in strong with my broker saying how I was licensed by bustabit, and when called out on it, I'm standing here with a .txt file they nothingburger'd me for. I just can't even think clearly, simply put, I bought a software license and I didn't get one. Who or what or grr idk right now... Advice ? I even offered to surrender my associated domain to cancel the purchase since I never got what I paid for, they publicly stated they wouldn't give me back a millibitcent (okay not those exact words but they said no). I have a hard time putting some things in to words, if someone out there does understand me well, it could even be as simple as the bustabit guys, I've had that sort of thing happen like that before.

Sorry for the long post and thank you for reading, anyone.
8  Economy / Gambling / Re: ⚖️ Crypto Gambling Foundation ⚖️ - Fair Gambling For All on: March 22, 2024, 03:00:25 PM
I have attempted to reach out to Crypto Gambling Foundation at the provided admin@ address as listed on the foundation's website, however, the email address is returns a error message relating to the mailbox not being set up. Please let me know the best way to go about contacting the foundation (Matter relating to a transactional issue of an accredited member's casino operating under the foundation's strict rules of conduct/morals/transparency not being remedied).

TLDR: FOUNDATION EMAIL DOWN - MESSAGES RETURNED W/ ERROR
9  Economy / Gambling / Re: bustabit The original crash game on: March 20, 2024, 10:13:14 PM
I am not sure how something like is even supposed to work. After a licence of any sort is purchased, surely the sale is complete and payment non-refundable after a cooling-off period (if there is one) unless there is serious flaw in the software and the purchaser does not want to patch with any updates.

In your case, simply by returning a licence for a refund simply by asking for the company/website to remove a domain URL from their website does not seem like an appropriate reason for asking to get the money returned, it seems more like an attempt to get highly valued BTC given in lieu of removing the URL.

If there is no legitimate reason or concern to return the licence why would you want to do it or even ask if it is possible to return it?

According to bustabit.com/license.txt there a total of 32 websites that are licensed to run Bustabit's software.

The problem, is that bustabit never actually provided a license. "Umm... Text file" doesn't cut it for real world situations like a serious buyer wanting to check in to things before making a purchase (Looking at the business revenue, number of users, gambling license, SOFTWARE LICENSE).

I have thought deeply about how to remedy this situation this last week.

I hereby call out Bustabit with this question publicly - For the integrity of Bustabit's name, and quite frankly, so people don't get scammed (Because the only buyers that readily accept "Umm... Text File" for a license seem to be ones that would use the purchase to scam others...) can a bustabit licensed website be surrendered (Domain control given to Bustabit & Domain delisted from the "license text file) to Bustabit for a refund of the original license cost (2 BTC) ? And if Bustabit isn't willing to provide a full refund for a product that was sold and never provided - is Bustabit willing to provide a partial refund and finally if so, what would the amount be that they would in fact provide for this situation ?  

Right, me, nor you, nor bustabit, nor anyone else has any idea how it is supposed to work because there is no license in existence that would state what it is that I can or can not do.

Bustabit is a big name in crypto gambling, and being licensed by them is a big deal - 2.3+ million bitcoins wagered ... That's why my broker (I've sold 3 Amazon FBA businesses through him) has a buyer that is interested. I'd been going over things with my broker to put it all together in to an offering. I don't have a license to show, and that's my biggest selling point by far.

And yes, BTC is highly valued - And that's why I'm so pissed.

Said more simply if I lost anyone there... (I'm just irate about this situation).

Bustabit was paid for a license. No license was provided. When asked about how to remedy the situation - Bustabit refused to give a refund (even for less than the original purchase amount and not even if I was to surrender my domain to them).

I don't know what planet Bustabit is from saying I should have asked for a license at the time of purchase of my license.. But back here on earth (I get it everyone is trying to go to the moon), at the time of purchase means not only when you pay for something but for the time period leading up to actually taking delivery for the purchase. So, it is still very much at the time of purchase at this very moment in time.

I'm hoping that the crypto gambling foundation will be able to help, because their members are held to high ethical/moral standards as well as transactions with online casinos being provably fair - And this situation is most certainly provably unfair.
10  Economy / Gambling / Re: bustabit The original crash game on: March 17, 2024, 12:26:08 AM
According to bustabit.com/license.txt there a total of 32 websites that are licensed to run Bustabit's software.

The problem, is that bustabit never actually provided a license. "Umm... Text file" doesn't cut it for real world situations like a serious buyer wanting to check in to things before making a purchase (Looking at the business revenue, number of users, gambling license, SOFTWARE LICENSE).

I have thought deeply about how to remedy this situation this last week.

I hereby call out Bustabit with this question publicly - For the integrity of Bustabit's name, and quite frankly, so people don't get scammed (Because the only buyers that readily accept "Umm... Text File" for a license seem to be ones that would use the purchase to scam others...) can a bustabit licensed website be surrendered (Domain control given to Bustabit & Domain delisted from the "license text file) to Bustabit for a refund of the original license cost (2 BTC) ? And if Bustabit isn't willing to provide a full refund for a product that was sold and never provided - is Bustabit willing to provide a partial refund and finally if so, what would the amount be that they would in fact provide for this situation ? 
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13  Economy / Auctions / Re: [AUCTION] UID 18 Just-DIce.com on: July 10, 2015, 06:25:06 PM
I bought user ID 256 from this guy. Deal went well.

14  Economy / Auctions / Re: Just-Dice UID 69. on: July 03, 2015, 09:28:10 PM
I only said to "keep your UID" after you bid 169 clams for it. That was the only reason,

If you're not bidding 169 clams for it, I bid 168.9 clams right now.



I thought you were throwing a temper tantrum.

Grats on the high bid
15  Economy / Auctions / Re: Just-Dice UID 69. on: July 03, 2015, 09:16:45 PM

*cough* i was about to update it.
You said to tell clamdu to keep his id and everyone there's too much drama and you're out.

So... 121.69 then
16  Economy / Auctions / Re: Just-Dice UID 69. on: July 03, 2015, 07:30:22 PM
JimC bids up to 121 clams, ill post proof as soon as i get home, only few hours left.

169 clams

- Scabby



Scabby taking the lead Tongue. in 3 hours the auction will end.

JimC has removed his prior bid. With him out of the running I at willing to go 100.69 clam.

17  Economy / Auctions / Re: Just-Dice UID 69. on: July 03, 2015, 06:43:25 PM
JimC bids up to 121 clams, ill post proof as soon as i get home, only few hours left.

169 clams

- Scabby


18  Economy / Auctions / Re: Just-Dice UID 69. on: July 03, 2015, 05:14:52 PM
69.6969 clams

-Scabby
19  Economy / Auctions / Re: Just-Dice UID 69. on: July 02, 2015, 02:34:25 AM
15 clams

/psygambler

21.69

-scabby
20  Economy / Auctions / Re: Just-Dice UID 69. on: July 01, 2015, 04:24:39 PM
7 clams.

10 Clams

- Scabby
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