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1  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Looking for Bitcoin / ETH wallet that shows USD value on sent/received on: April 12, 2020, 03:42:41 AM
Electrum does the job perfectly for bitcoin. You will be able to see all the historical BTC payments in USD too at the time of the transaction. To set this up click on the preference tab at the bottom right of the wallet window, click on the fiat tab and the check the "Show history Rates" box

You will be able to see something like this



All the Multicurrency wallets i know of don't do that


Thank you for also putting in the effort, dm me your eth address for $10 please
2  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Looking for Bitcoin / ETH wallet that shows USD value on sent/received on: April 12, 2020, 03:42:03 AM
If you want to have both Bitcoin and Ethereum in one wallet, you can use Exodus.  
If you click on each of transactions, two prices are displayed. One of them is the current price and another one is the price on the date of transaction.

Note that Exodus is not open-source. Although, I haven't heard any complaint about its security, I don't recommend it for storing large amounts.
(Exodus give you the private key. But we don't know if they have access to our private keys.)

Some other users of the forum may come with better suggestions.

Thanks already in advance, first to reply with a good one gets $20
No need.

Hey Thank you, please dm me your Eth address for $20 Smiley
3  Economy / Service Discussion / Looking for Bitcoin / ETH wallet that shows USD value on sent/received on: April 11, 2020, 08:52:45 PM
Hey guys, I am paying $20 for someone to find me a safe wallet to store some ETH / BTC for my company to do payments whith.
The main problem we have right now is that we found no wallet that actually keeps track of $ it used to be when a transaction is received or sent.
As the BTC and ETH prices fluctuate a lot it doesn't help for later accounting having to go back and see what the price was then to determine how much we sent and received then.

We are not looking to use Coinbase as they would KYC us the minute we use them just something like blockchain.com where you can freely receive and send coins from.

Thanks already in advance, first to reply with a good one gets $20

Cryptasm
4  Economy / Services / Re: Rewarding the first person who can track where the btc went to on: January 18, 2020, 05:52:21 PM
You mean where are the funds sent to these addresses? or where the funds from this address came from?
12jqDmpeneMWJ7UZD4nVQQYFoUzFXjCbGR
1CPzED4eauGZW8iGUVX5qUrgrnBE2CtjSH
1MM7nxN8GzvHcTWJcbypfYoUhs1NnvrgvJlet
1CZiYEx9d4Y5sBzjfDW9CpFfrpVeJkvqup
https://www.blockchain.com/btc/tx/96c3b0a8835a2fa59cc3840f80d39e1f0aa9ccade8d4df1a73b8f8a8349d67da#0
Btw this one 1MM7nxN8GzvHcTWJcbypfYoUhs1NnvrgvJlet is not a correct address

As per the blockchain record the balance of the address  you mentioned doesn't have an outgoing transaction yet (except the incorrect one).

Same thing I was going to ask you.

Just curious how can you find the person behind the address if you are able to find the address?

I am basically looking for where the bitcoin are so I can contact the exchange / wallet provider to potentially freeze the funds.
5  Economy / Services / Re: Rewarding the first person who can track where the btc went to on: January 18, 2020, 05:52:04 PM

Btw this one 1MM7nxN8GzvHcTWJcbypfYoUhs1NnvrgvJlet is not a correct address


Maybe the address is 1MM7nxN8GzvHcTWJcbypfYoUhs1NnvrgvJlet. I have searched after remove the last 3 letters let and see this is visible on blockchain and this address has also some balance 1.52400000 BTC but it has not also any outgoing transaction.


Yes that's correct, I am basically looking for where the bitcoin are so I can contact the exchange / wallet provider to potentially freeze the funds.
6  Economy / Services / Rewarding the first person who can track where the btc went to on: January 18, 2020, 04:58:45 PM
I am giving out a $30 reward whoever can track first where the bitcoin sent to this address went to:


12jqDmpeneMWJ7UZD4nVQQYFoUzFXjCbGR
1CPzED4eauGZW8iGUVX5qUrgrnBE2CtjSH
1MM7nxN8GzvHcTWJcbypfYoUhs1NnvrgvJlet
1CZiYEx9d4Y5sBzjfDW9CpFfrpVeJkvqup
https://www.blockchain.com/btc/tx/96c3b0a8835a2fa59cc3840f80d39e1f0aa9ccade8d4df1a73b8f8a8349d67da#0

This person stole funds of multiple people in value of $80k

I know this community is very helpful on this and I would really appreciate your help!
7  Economy / Services / Re: 0.01 btc bounty to find out who owns a wallet and where the money went to on: May 28, 2019, 06:27:41 PM
Maybe those information will help:

Last transactions from the address 37zfKL5EqsokYztEj6yrJxeJah52CgJixG were done on 2017-09-11, the day China declared to shut down all of its exchanges.

Those funds (and several others!!) lead to this address: 3DfVp3nuGyNbHgYKFrBs4L7nzsSkcdtejU

Approx. 28 BTC were then sent to a Bech32 address: bc1qzzxdvcpp9gk5lkk2zcf2hgz66ml3xasp75ty053094lz80pn52yqrju285
(At this time, the only exchange supporting withdrawals to Bech32 addresses was Coinbase!)

This happened 2018-12-14, a day Bitcoin saw a new yearly low.

So i guess, either Coinbase or any chinese exchange is involved.


Edit:

I just found a connection to this address: 1N52wHoVR79PMDishab2XmRHsbekCdGquK
(Transaction from that address to above mentioned 3DfVp3nuGyNbHgYKFrBs4L7nzsSkcdtejU)

This is a hot wallet of Bittrex!

In short:  

37zfKL5EqsokYztEj6yrJxeJah52CgJixG and
1N52wHoVR79PMDishab2XmRHsbekCdGquK (<<< Bittrex Hot wallet)
sent funds to
3DfVp3nuGyNbHgYKFrBs4L7nzsSkcdtejU]3DfVp3nuGyNbHgYKFrBs4L7nzsSkcdtejU
and later to Bech32 address
bc1qzzxdvcpp9gk5lkk2zcf2hgz66ml3xasp75ty053094lz80pn52yqrju285








Cheers, you helped us out, whats your BTC address?
8  Economy / Services / 0.01 btc bounty to find out who owns a wallet and where the money went to on: May 27, 2019, 11:06:55 AM
Hello I am looking up some old Bitcoin address for a friend for his taxes, he doesn't remember where he sent 40+ Bitcoin to
https://www.blockchain.com/de/btc/address/3B2ArYY9RMbbSyqvgApMxARHEwZT9MKGQx <--- This is the address where he sent it to

This is the address where it went to at the end (maybe an exchange wallet?):  37zfKL5EqsokYztEj6yrJxeJah52CgJixG

The first one to comment the solution will get paid the Btc.

Much love,

Cryptasm
9  Economy / Auctions / Re: Advertise on this forum - Round 264 on: December 30, 2018, 10:50:05 PM
5@0.14
10  Economy / Gambling / Re: Gamdom.com - 3 Million+ users - Jackpots, Rains - unique games modes on: December 29, 2018, 07:46:55 PM
What about your house edge? I see its around 5%.. don't you think its a bit too much if we see all the other crypto casinos out there with house edges as low as 0.5%?

The house edge scales with the amount that is in the jackpot, sometimes its even positive ev to bet on crash and roulette.
Also we offer a different set of games as most other sites. We might lower our house edge in the future though =)

yeah jackpot or not 5%+ house edge is simply not competitive today
well, if you look at the sites like Stake, Bitsler, crypto-games, Bitvest etc.
they all offer several games with jackpots too and the HE is usually 1% or lover than 3% in most of the cases
1% house edge for dice is the industry's standard now, games like plinko, roulette and so on are 2.5-3% house edge
I like the site , your CSGO audience is strong, but you have to work on getting more crypto oriented players


Yea we will look into some stats and see what we can do to make it better for the bitcoin community, we are pretty fresh with this site in here so we need to collect more feedback
11  Economy / Auctions / Re: Advertise on this forum - Round 264 on: December 27, 2018, 01:22:06 PM
4@ 0.1
12  Economy / Auctions / Re: Advertise on this forum - Round 264 on: December 24, 2018, 05:41:13 PM
5 @ 0.04
13  Economy / Gambling / Re: Gamdom.com - 3 Million+ users - Jackpots, Rains - unique games modes on: December 13, 2018, 07:25:07 PM
What about your house edge? I see its around 5%.. don't you think its a bit too much if we see all the other crypto casinos out there with house edges as low as 0.5%?

The house edge scales with the amount that is in the jackpot, sometimes its even positive ev to bet on crash and roulette.
Also we offer a different set of games as most other sites. We might lower our house edge in the future though =)
14  Economy / Gambling / Re: Gamdom.com - 3 Million+ users - Jackpots, Rains - unique games modes on: December 12, 2018, 11:32:11 AM
Every time I watch youtube videos about CS:GO / Dota 2 there's always an ad coming from gamdom. And now you're here to the forum, for those who have been asking about its provably fair it's on their website.

https://gamdom.com/fair

Every time I play CS:GO I see some usernames with "gamdom.com" are they part of your marketing? or any promo that pays them for playing a certain period of time?

Hey, yea that's part of our marketing strategy, people having gamdom.com in their steam name get perks.
15  Economy / Auctions / Re: Advertise on this forum - Round 262 on: December 10, 2018, 04:42:44 AM
5 @ 0.17

"- All bid prices must be evenly divisible by 0.02."

I see your bid multiple times in this auction, with bids of 0.11,0.13,0.15. As a Legendary member, do you ever read the post?


Ah I see it, I thought it was 0.002.

5 @ 0.18
16  Economy / Auctions / Re: Advertise on this forum - Round 262 on: December 10, 2018, 04:02:34 AM
5 @ 0.17
17  Economy / Gambling / Re: Gamdom.com - 3 Million+ users - Jackpots, Rains - unique games modes on: December 09, 2018, 04:14:11 AM
too many questions:
1. are your games provably fair?
2.if they are, how can you offer a 5% deposit bonus? your house edge must be at least 6%
3.why am I getting invalid sign up request every time I'm trying to register with a login/pass combination?
4.your rain abuse rule doesn't make sense, really free coins are free coins and you cannot ban people for not using them up when they want or do not want to
5.how much do you charge for bitcoin withdrawals,says nothing about it in the Help section -
6.what are the coins( the site's currency) and how much is one coin in btc?
etc. etc.
1.  yea all games are provably fair
2.  We have rakeback with Gamdom rain and the jackpots on the website for players that significantly lower the house edge
3.  That's weird, try clearing your cookies
4.  We are unbanning abusers right now, we got farmed with tons of accounts that were claiming significant amounts of money but now the system is flawless and we let people freely claim.
5.  0%
6.   1000 coins = $1
18  Economy / Auctions / Re: Advertise on this forum - Round 262 on: December 09, 2018, 03:56:14 AM
5 @ 0.15
19  Economy / Gambling / Gamdom.com - 3 Million+ users - Jackpots, Rains - unique games modes on: December 08, 2018, 12:11:37 AM







We are proud to announce that we will now be building our product around Cryptocurrency rather than CSGO/VGO. Providing our customers with the best service possible has always been a priority for us and will certainly not stop now! Instead, this allows us to start offering our service to the crypto audience. Therefore you may witness events and giveaways having a Cryptocurrency focus as well as platform performance boosts for Cryptocurrency users.














What is Gamdom.com?

Gamdom has provided a unique, online gambling service since itís very first launch on 1st November 2016. Quickly progressing and becoming one of the most dominant gambling websites across the games which we operate in, Gamdom quickly grew to become the first game-based gambling website offering multiple game modes and providing an excellent gambling experience with a fantastic customer service point for all users. Not so long after, Gamdom enabled Bitcoin deposits and withdrawals, allowing users to use Gamdom and play on any game mode of their choice and withdraw their funds won at any point in time without any restrictions.





20  Economy / Auctions / Re: Advertise on this forum - Round 262 on: December 07, 2018, 09:58:31 PM
5 @ 0.13
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