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1  Economy / Exchanges / Re: CEX.io on: March 28, 2022, 11:59:03 PM
Hi Anybody having issues with CEX.io and blocked account. Asking for tons of information and holding account blocked going on for about 3 months now.



Please do give us an update on this. Have you Pm'd their customer support?

They seem to be quite active on the forum still which is a good sign.

I used to use them and I think that a lot of people did at the beginning for their cloud mining services, but they definitely regressed over time. As someone mentioned i think there seems to be an option to refuse KYC - so perhaps you can sort it out that way. Best of luck.
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Question about gaming and metaverse on: March 28, 2022, 11:53:18 PM
Guys I have few questions for you guys about p2e games and metaverse projects

1. Would you choose gala games over decentraland for future?
2. What do you think about metaverse future? Wil this work out on the long run because no project have shown a full working metaverse project so far.

I think that Decentraland is still the leader in this space.

Gala is still quite underdeveloped and don't have a lot of projects running on it regardless of what others may say. A lot of the token value still comes from hype, whereas Decentraland has been around for quite a while and continue to thrive to this day.

I do think that Metaverse is here to stay, but not in the form that a lot of wishful thinkers seem to want it to be like.
3  Economy / Economics / Re: Methods of Coping with Food Shortages and High Prices on: March 28, 2022, 11:44:22 PM
I just feel like real estate it way too risky to hold in the long term.

You are not owning the actual real estate but rather the piece of paper that grants you title to the land. Which can be obviously retracted from you at any given time if the government decides to do so.

Also, it's not accessible - there is no access for people with net worth of at least $100-200k in savings.

Cryptoassets and precious metals remain the strongest options in the inflation hedge category imo.




EDIT: This was before the edit, but still somewhat applicable.

I'm personally prepping canned some canned food but have not moved to full-on self-sufficiency.

Imo the problem is more with inflation and not supply chains, so if you have a few weeks/months of nonperishables prepped, a stable source of income, and inflation hedges, you'll be good.
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Are we just going around in circles? on: March 28, 2022, 11:36:27 PM
ICO never came back, IEO is not trending anymore do you think that metaverse won't vanish in near future? It's like every trending crypto hype will fade away sooner or later and new thing will come around again, are we just going around in circles?.

You're absolutely right.

All of these are just iterations of previous hype/bubbles.

I certainly don't think that it's worth your while to chase these new trends. NFT offerings are nothing more than ICOs just in a different form, and IEOs/IGOs are the exact same as well. Fancy catchphrase and no real work put into it. Invest in quality projects and don't let the names fool you.
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Earn 40%+ on Stablecoins (Step-By-Step Guide) on: March 28, 2022, 11:25:24 PM
What are the risks?

Usually with these strategies you are susceptible to some sort of de-peg risk, whereby you can get liquidated.

Is there any risk of that happening here where your entire position may get liquidated? These yields are juicy but I've held off from participating in Anchor protocol just because of their ponzi-like structure - their yield reserves are what's paying the interest right now, not genuine demand for their product.
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Crypto Holding investment focus! NEWBIE MUST READ. on: March 28, 2022, 11:17:56 PM
3 and 4 are most important.

If you believe in crypto long term then you should have no trouble making sustained amounts of profits just from buying through DCA and holding onto your tokens tight.

Make sure that you are well diversified though, because one of the most common mistakes that people make when they first start out is the obsession with picking winners. You can't always pick winners, but you can certainly pick trends - and the long term trajectory for the entire crypto market is up.
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: Ukrainian token (virtual hrivna) on: March 28, 2022, 10:59:41 PM
You can probably whip up a token like this quite easily.

I'd say that the technology side isn't that bad, but what you do need to think about is both the tokenomics and the government side of things.

E.g. how are you going to ensure that the token will retain its value when the actual fiat is worthless? And how are you sure that this will be propagated and massively adopted within Ukraine when so many things are happening at once?
8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: CRV - The most undervalued DEX in DeFi on: March 28, 2022, 10:50:01 PM
Absolutely agree with this.

Convex is also one of the projects that is built as a Curve derivative which I think holds a lot of promise.

These DEX projects, especially stablecoin swap projects like Curve are highly underrated in this bear market in my opinion. A lot of attention is drawn to L1 technologies but not enough with already functioning, institutional ready platforms like this one.
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: ETH is a centralized SCAM and will drop to $30 again on: March 28, 2022, 10:39:52 PM
Why do people go in ETH now or trust ETH now when the secret to success was to buy ETH at $0.25 or $10?

When now you are better off going in projects that are like early eth for example koinos which the devs work relentlessy on daily as you can see on github but its still so cheap as eth was day1 so this is a chance to make $100k from $100 while eth is not only making the rich richer

Because dev activity is not the only determinant of success.

There are hundreds of projects launching on ETH monthly and all of them are huge, and usually most of the innovation happens on the ETH chain first before they branch off to other chains.

Yes, ETH is centralized but so is every single other altcoin. ETH is way more centralized than a lot of coins that are coming out as of late, as well as established coins like SOL.
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: How would crypto fare without centralized exchanges? on: March 28, 2022, 10:33:50 PM
It will function completely fine. And besides, most big exchanges already require KYC so most people don't bother using them.

The stablecoin ecosystem alongside the amount of DEX's have made it extremely accessible for people to start using crypto without ever having to sign up for a centralized exchange.

This is why you see a lot of hype around AMM projects whenever they come out. Certainly not too late to get in.
11  Economy / Gambling / Re: Looking for a trusted Btc sportbook site to deposit and bet high stakes on: March 28, 2022, 10:18:58 PM
I think it depends on what games/markets you want to settle bets

Stake.com is a solid and good brand to use.
Good Website, Good Software, Good Limits and also some nice Gifts if you wager higher amount

Only thing i have to complain about is the offer in general and also the markets on big leagues are inplay not the best

sportsbet.io is also solid a good bookie
Offer a wider range of games compared to stake, but you get limited faster if you play to much on lower leagues
i like the website in general and the side gifts also nice

nitrobetting / nitrogensports are also good and offer a wide range of games. Live it could be more but is ok
But you also get fast limits if you play lower leagues or follow bigger tipster on low leagues

duelbits im using at the moment, i think from software perspective its similar to stake, but have more games. I like this site very much, you can collect nice cashbacks.
cant tell to much about limits here

smaller brands i would be carefull to not deposit to much....


Yeah no, Nitro used to be good but took a huge hit in their reputation as of late.

I'd rather go with something more established like Stake or even Sportsbet.io.

Stake literally has Drake betting millions on a daily basis so you definitely don't need to worry about being a highroller. And it has been along ever since the inception of crypto gambling, so there is no worries about that.
12  Economy / Gambling / Re: 🎲 BTC365 | GET 20USDT worth of FREE BET when you register on: March 28, 2022, 10:07:20 PM
How are you planning on getting rid of the abusers?

What if someone just comes along and registered with 100 emails? Are you still going to honor the freerolls?

I feel like a lot of these no deposit promos end up failing because they don't have a mechanism prepared to handle these instances of abuse, so you should definitely take that into consideration.
13  Economy / Gambling / Re: Top 5 Slots Games to Play in 2022 on: March 28, 2022, 09:41:42 PM
I think there were quite a few that were missed.

E.g. Sweet Bonanza, Fruit Party and other classics.

Crypto based slots have definitely taken off to the next level, and I think that a lot of it has to do with influencers. A LOT of influencers base their entire channels around Sweet Bonanza bonus buys, which is why it's so popular these days.
14  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: DiceBot Script! on: March 28, 2022, 09:35:06 PM
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Basically, if you lose a lot, but hit in the beginning of a plateau, you will hit a lot.

If you lose a lot and hit at the end or middle of a plateau, you lose small, or break even.

Anyways, enough explaining, here's the script Smiley

You make it sound like this is a failsafe strategy.

The reality is that it is not. You are going to lose money in the long run regardless of what settings you use.

All of these dice bots are just an illusion of control. You don't have control over events other than the fact that you have a <100% RTP, so why bother with this? (unless you find it entertaining to set up bot scripts etc.)
15  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: 2022 NBA Season on: March 28, 2022, 09:27:33 PM
I feel like Lakers could just drop the towel at this point. There is no need for them to even try anymore, just be openly talk about who would be in the trading block and what you are looking for so that other teams could get ready for it.

It is not allowed to approach upcoming FA as we all know, but teams do it anyway, but at the end of the day we should not be really shocked to see trading talks, and upcoming FA talks and even waived players for the off-season talks. All of that could be done right now and that should either lit fire to Lakers, or just let them get worse and at this point that's not really that much important at all.

Agreed.

I don't think that they have a chance of even making in the play-in tournament at this point, by the rate that they are playing.

Even if they do make it in, they probably won't last until the Playoffs. There is no desire for anyone on the team to continue, and LeBron is just stat-padding his way to 30+ meaningless points on a bad team each night to get his scoring title & all time scoring leader.

It's wild to think that Lakers were the favorites to come out of the West at the start of the season.
16  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Which sports are you placing bets on? on: March 28, 2022, 09:21:46 PM
There are a lot of players around the world. Not every games are favorite in all region. Some likes soccer, some maybe esports or some cricket or others.
Which one are you mostly placing your bets on? Besides, do you think gambler don't care which sport it is. I have seen gambler who don't have any fucking idea about cricket but he used to bet on cricket.

I just bet on basketball.

I personally don't think that it makes a whole lot of sense to bet on sports that you aren't even interested in/know the rules of.

That way, you have no chance of having an edge over the rest of the market. And you can't even have fun because half the time you don't have a clue of what's happening. Trust me, I've tried the same before.
17  Economy / Gambling / Re: Gamdom Crypto Casino breaking the law? on: March 28, 2022, 09:09:47 PM
How is this breaking the law?

Gamdom has been around for a long time and I've personally used them lots.

Not having a full hot wallet is definitely concerning but nowhere near warranting a scam accusation. If they don't process the withdrawal in a few days, then I'd be concerned. But this is a large withdrawal that they probably have to review & access their cold wallet for.
18  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: What is your opinions about simulated reality games? on: March 27, 2022, 11:57:51 PM
The first time I got to know with sports gambling I was stuck in simulated reality games and placed bet almost 50$ seeing the odds given biggers, but it felt strange when I checked the flashcore site there were no football matches displayed there and realized that it was only simulated reality games. This should not be displayed on sports betting sites because it can be a trap, especially for beginners.

Yeah exactly.

I don't understand why people prefer this sort of thing.

If you want the Simulated Reality experience then at least bet on something like esports where things are way harder to rig. Whereas if you just bet on a simulated reality game that is hosted by the website itself, you will likely find it extremely difficult to ensure that everything is provably fair and not rigged.
19  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: 2022 NBA Season on: March 27, 2022, 11:50:41 PM
Lakers and Pelicans will square off later. Both teams are likely to face each other in the play-in tournament too. James and Ingram could be back for their respective teams.

I also noticed there's a poll on who will be the ninth and tenth in the Western Conference. I still think it's those two teams but the Spurs is just a few games behind them.

Easily Pelicans in my opinion.

The Lakers are extremely dysfunctional this season and I don't think that there is much to their offence/defence.

Pelicans with CJ McCollum is a force to be reckoned with, especially if Ingram is back for them. It will be an interesting matchup for sure if they meet in the play-in tournament at some stage - it'll tell us whether LeBron has anything left in the tank or not.
20  Economy / Gambling / Re: Do you prefer lots of promotions over better RTP? on: March 27, 2022, 11:34:35 PM
One of the casinos where I gamble have gone totally overboard with their marketing campaigns. They are spending millions of dollars on marketing and to fund this, they introduced several projects to increase traffic to their site. Now, I am not going to say which site it is.... but I guess a lot of people play there.  Roll Eyes

The site is great ....but the gambling experience has deteriorated... because the RTP has been nerf'ed to hell and gone to pay for these projects.

Now my question is this... do you prefer that a casino offer loads of promotions and campaigns and sponsorships and sacrifice RTP in favor of that.... or will you rather have a decent gambling experience with a better RTP?

Let's discuss...  Wink

I would definitely prefer better RTP.

Usually the marketing campaigns are designed to favor the casino anyway, so it's not like you get much of an edge off that.

For instance, a lot of deposit bonuses are actually -EV in the sense that if you choose to accept it, you have a lower RTP.

If you're a highroller you probably don't want any of these bonuses that are often cumbersome to claim. Rather have better gaming experience and house edge in general.
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