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1  Economy / Services / Re: [CFNP] UNICAP Signature Campaign | Hero/Legendary 0.0026 BTC/week. on: Today at 09:05:20 AM
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3  Economy / Services / Re: Betnomi Sig and avatar campaign(Rates changed) on: November 23, 2020, 10:06:40 AM
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4  Economy / Services / Re: Betnomi Sig and avatar campaign(Rates changed) on: November 22, 2020, 03:34:38 PM
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5  Economy / Exchanges / Re: - Withdraw Disabled, is it scam ? on: November 20, 2020, 11:22:00 PM
The last time I used hitbtc it was on peace, It was in 2017 when I quit using that exchange because I found out that there is a better exchange than them but I didn't expect them to fall too much. I've been seeing different complaints about them after implementing their KYC procedures.

i'm old user of HitBTC too, but today i used to exchange 0.2 btc into 3600 USDT.
when i try to withdraw i got that error. i used HitBTC before with up to 7 btc total. but don't know what happen after a long time. so be careful.

if account verification is required, why they don't ask for it before i invest.
however, for small trader i don't think documents should be required.
I think you didn't read their TOS after depositing that amount. I am an old user too, using it after a long time of inactivity it would be our responsibility to read their TOS again before using it, their KYC procedure is strict and pain in the a**.
6  Economy / Gambling / Re: WOLF.BET - $1,000 Daily Race! 30% Rakeback! Advanced Dice Game 2.000 Bets/s⚡ on: November 20, 2020, 11:00:53 PM
Although I didn't use a dice bot and profits weren't that bad either, I should admit it was very psychologically exhausting and stressful. Deep down inside you understand that even if on average the chances of busting are low, it doesn't in the least mean that you won't bust. With that said, it was still a good experience anyway since it offered a lot of insights into what random truly is and how you can leverage it in real life (more specifically, variance and statistical outliers)

Well with that you can handle a very big red streak. What was the worst streak you had?

Let me see

I started at 37% win chance, and once I was a couple rolls short from busting, so it was like 32 reds in a row. Ultimately, I raised the win chance to 42%, and the worst I saw was like a few streaks of 27-28 losing bets. I don't know why, but it felt like variance was getting out of hand with chances below 37%
OMG, 32 reds in row. You could've made changes once it reached ten rolls. Anyhow you've made your bets with small amounts. Myself has experienced losing streak of 8 consecutive losses with 50% winning chance. At times the under and over makes a big row of reds. Random pick of under and over could've stopped you from reds.
The 32 reds would be pretty exhausting and will be mentally draining for sure. I think he is using some kind of strategy that's why he stuck on a 37% win chance rather than raising it up. Well If I personally experienced it I would do the same and will increase my win chance. We should settle on the win chance we can handle, I personally don't go under 40% win chance even if the reward is high, I  can't take too much red streak in myself and seeing my bankroll slowly drain.
7  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bring back the Bitcoin FUN during this ATH period :-> on: November 20, 2020, 10:18:55 PM
I remembered that time where bitcoin in 2017 is near hitting its ATH, There were some mini-games everywhere about price predictions and the hype is all over the world. Even the media in our country is reporting about bitcoin's sudden growth and my friends who don't know about bitcoin suddenly have an interest in it. It was so much fun before, Everyone is having very high hopes about bitcoin while we hodlers are having fun seeing the community getting crazy about bitcoin.

The good thing about these mini-games is we are seeing other speculation and the price they want bitcoin to reach. I miss it a lot.
8  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Does Bitcoin price rise affect your gameplay? on: November 20, 2020, 09:51:03 PM
It doesnít matter if how much you bet, donít matter in what form BTC or USDT gamblers donít think that way. Their aim is always to multiply their money or just have some fun. It is given that crypto prices are unstable but I think most gamblers can manage it.
So if BTC price is 1million USD you will still be making the same bets? I don't think so.

I always use USD currency when betting as stake allows to convert your BTC into USD and bet with that, they also have added Euro and JPY recently so it is easier to convert balance into fiat and know how much you are betting because indeed as price rises we sometimes forget that the old 10mBTC is now almost worth double than it was 1 month ago so have to adjust bets accordingly.

I don't know about others but I do change my betting amounts and sometimes style too with change in BTC prices, like if the prices are low I will bet more and actually take bigger risks while if the bull run is going on like right now, I try to bet small and avoid chasing big wins.
I am a gambler that plays based on the bitcoin amount and not on bitcoin value but If we were in the stage of bitcoin price is getting higher and higher up to 1 million USD each, I think I would base on fiat value instead. I'm pretty sure that I won't be able to deposit my regular bitcoin amount into the casino thinking that the fee fiat value is too much. Adjusting the bitcoin amount over time would be necessary for me.
9  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: What do you think about the price of Bitcoin now? Take profit or greed? on: November 20, 2020, 08:45:50 PM
maybe you can sell bitcoin when the price can increase to $19k because the $600 gap of the price will give you the profit,

I agree and second this statement you said here, Mr. ethereumhunter. If I will be also sell what I have, I will make sure first that the price will reach and/or surpass $19k so I will be having more profit. And yes, I am planning to sell because I will be needing some money for personal reasons. I will be taking profit and will watch the trend.

Most of us here do hodl or trade bitcoin for a profit, and now is a good time to sell bitcoin to get profit but if it is bad if you sell it if you are into more profit in this upcoming days. I'm sure that you gained profit since you bought that bitcoin you hodl. If the money you can get from selling bitcoin is worth selling today, Why not? We have personal reasons behind it and I'm sure no matter what the price of bitcoin is, You will sell it because the personal reason you are having is more important.
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Why Will you Invest in Ethereum ICO if it is just Starting ? on: November 20, 2020, 08:17:26 PM
In my studies, I've come to understand that ICO and IPO are very similar, as they are fundraising strategies for startups.

Here are the areas of differences.

1. ICO are mostly for crypto and Blockchain backed new startups, who need funds to build their businesses, while IPO are for companies that have track performance, that want to raise funds  to scale operations.

2. ICO is like crowd funding, which has less regulation, but IPO are heavily regulated.

Here is what I want us to discuss.

Since ICO investment is very risky as it depends the new startup whitepaper and the token, how did we know Ethereum would become successful through it ICO?

If Ethereum is to start afresh and do an ICO, why will you invest?

The game is over when ETH became one of the most important platforms for smart contracts.

The downside is that scammers now take advantage of this great platform to commit scams.

You need to know that there will always be risks in these new technologies ...
As far as I know, Eth is the biggest platform that provides general use of smart contracts, and as we see they are dominating the entire altcoin market with their market cap. Scammers are just scammers, Even you have a very good system scammer will find a loophole to your system to commit their motives. It's not a downside if you are well knowledge  Tongue
11  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Lottery Gambling on: November 19, 2020, 10:32:48 PM
Is that illegal?

How come they used crumpled paper instead of a piece of paper that supposed to be your ticket. Lol.
Well, when it comes to the lottery game, it is very hard to predict, imagine only a small percentage of chances of winning you have while the rest is the highest odds they had.

I'm not fun of that kind of game because I know it is possible with someone who will win, but if there is. That is their lucky day. I may advise you to pick random numbers and do it to calculate. I guess there is a calculator of a lottery. Just search how to calculate odds.
It's not illegal, These games is run by the government-owned sweepstakes organization. I'm also thinking why would OP post a crumpled paper as a ticket.

Well it's a lottery, The luck will always be the biggest factor in it, The chances of winning on it is low but the reward is high. People who don't have luck like me rarely or almost didn't care about trying it at all.

I think one of the tricks that most lottery players do is to stick on just a single number/set of numbers to bet on and not putting random numbers on betting. I have read some articles that came from lottery winners that the winning numbers that allowed them to win are the number they always bet on. So I think it is promising compare to putting random numbers.
12  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: What should I study to learn how to trade? on: November 19, 2020, 09:17:03 PM
Begin in basic wherein you should first understand what is trading all about, you need to get familiarize to a lot of cryptocurrencies and a lot of exchanges also. When I was a newbie, I focus first in learning trading terms like support, resistance, trend, most active, top gainers, order types and many more. Nowadays the sources of information is not too hard unlike before where you should required to have a fund just to have a data about the basics. I suggest also to you to open a virtual trading first wherein it can help you to understand the movement of the market and it can help you to get a lot of experiences in the market.

You should treat virtual trading or the paper trading as your real portfolio in order for you to learn and in order for your experience to not go to waste. I suggest that the only time that you will open your account is if you already master the basics wherein you have consistent gains in your paper trading account. Do not also put large amount of money in your 1st exchange because the feeling and execution is really different from the paper trading. Always manage your risk to have better trading performance.
I'm pretty sure that newbies who hear this kind of terms "support, resistance, trend, most active, top gainers, order types" will make them super confused but learning these terms will lead you to a better understanding of how trading works. There are many tutorials on the internet and one of the best sources is the famous youtube. One of the advantages of watching video tutorials is they teach it in the simplest form for beginners to understand it easily. It's nice that aspiring traders nowadays have too many resources on how to trade, I understand the hardship of learning to trade using incomplete guides and where to find them.

OP just keep learning the basics, I'm pretty sure you will experience newer terms and knowledge in your journey on learning to trade.
13  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Should I accept Bitcoin for payments on my online store? on: November 19, 2020, 08:47:15 PM
Since you are asking in a Bitcoin forum, You will mostly get encouragement to accept crypto payments. Nothing will be bad if you accept crypto payment since your possible customers that will pay bitcoin probably know how it works. I'm sure they are aware of the fees and the confirmation time of their transaction. Having many payment methods will be good for a business and customers since you offer comfort to your customers of what payment method they will use.
14  Local / Altcoins (Pilipinas) / Re: CHRISTIAN ALBERT GAZA a.k.a "Xian Gaza" Introduce his own coin on: November 19, 2020, 07:58:31 PM
Un ung mahirap sa dami ng holderd nung coin ni walang nagcocoment para iadvertise ung coin,  baka sa 2813 na holders baka 40 person  lng may ari nung mga wallet. Lalabas yan sa market pero 1 week lng cguro idudump n nung mga holders ung coin.
Based sa mga post ni xian gaza and sa mga GC na meron ang coin niya, I think more than 40 naman ang may ari ng wallets na yun. Marami din kasing supporters si xian gaza and most of it ay galing sa last project or business niya which is "CareFund". Maraming kumita dun and isa yun sa stepping stone niya kaya naka buo siya ng solid supporters.

Actually madaming nagcocomment na fans or followers ni Xian na hindi nga maganda yung project ever since the beginning. Kaso pansin at feel ko na dinedelete lang nung moderators ni Xian yung mga comment na yon, oo may mga sinasagot siya sa comments pero yung mga sinasagot niya ng out of context na puro lait kesyo mahirap ganto ganyan. Madami nadin ang nagwarning sa pakulo niyang si Xian, pero gawa nga ng yung ibang pinoy e masyado mapapaniwalain madami padin talagang nagiinvest.
This is true! Actually na deletan na din ako ng comment nung nag post ako ng insightful comment na winawarningan ko ang mga potential buyer nila about what might happened after that. Hindi natin ma bablame ang mga pinoy lalo na nasa ugali natin ang mga madaling madala sa mga magagandang salita. Let's just see how this will xian gaza coin will end. I'm pretty sure if mahuli si Xian gaza ng mga pulis sobrang laking kawalan to sa project niya since isa siya sa pinaka backbone ng project nato.
15  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Crypto Trading Bots: Traders Take On Them on: November 18, 2020, 11:50:30 PM
Everyone wants to make a profit from trading cryptocurrency. And there are lots of users or people in the crypto world who offered Crypto Trading Bots. Do you think it is advisable to take this kind of scheme? Is it really legit to use trading bots?
There are many bot options all over the internet and when it comes to legibility it's better to find some bot recommendation here or on the internet. A crypto bot is a tool for us traders to use and it is effective depending on how you use it. If you are a newbie on trading. It's better to learn the fundamentals of trading first before you try using a bot, It's true that it can help you gain profit but also you can lose money if you use it wrong. Also, try to asses yourself after some trials if ever you use it if it is worth using a trading bot because some bot requires fees to be paid.
16  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Money laundering via BTC on: November 18, 2020, 10:46:54 PM
Hi guys ! My nameís Dave.
Is it possible to do money laundering via bitcoin? I mean as no one knows if you have bitcoin and how much bitcoin do you actually own, it could be used to convert black money to white right? Or at least store your black money without much hassle. But there is the risk of its value but I think for people who have lots of black money and don't want to be caught, this risk might be worth taking for them isn't it?
What are your thoughts?
It's possible and I can assume that money laundering using bitcoin happened before. There are many ways to launder money and using bitcoin or somehow altcoins such as privacy coins will make it possible. Also using a mixer is one of the choices. In exchanging the illegal money to cryptocurrency there are also ways of dealing with it like doing P2P transactions in person or hire someone for the job to do the P2P transactions.
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Altcoins I have in my wallets on: November 18, 2020, 09:45:00 PM
I currently mining or have mined these altcoins, I would to know which coin the board thinks has a ggod chance of higher advancement in the future long or short term. The coin are : Bitbar, digibyte, zero, komodo, zel, vidulum, einsteinium, Lbry credit, bitcoin gold, verge, beenode, ycash, gleec, bitcoin sv, litecoin, zcsh, verus, bitcoinz, zclassic, and safecoin
I think you would consider selling those coins to buy some bitcoin, It would be more profitable since bitcoin is reaching its ATH now. I am holding, It's really not holding but forced to store some shitcoins in my wallet that can't be sold because the value is not enough to compensate for the gas fees and other fees such as exchange fees. There are some altcoins that I have last month but I sold it for bitcoin. I have only one major coin that I really hodl in my wallet right now and it is ethereum.
18  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Proof - The long Hodl on: November 18, 2020, 09:13:56 PM
I can give my salute to those who hodl from that event, I myself sold some of my bitcoin after sometime when bitcoin somehow recovered but I failed to gain profit in it instead I got a loss.

I am thinking about what kind of feeling do the hodlers feel right now about holding that bitcoin for some years since we are reaching near the ATH. Do you feel Scared? Amazed? Exited? Doubtful? I know those who hodl up till now will not sell their bitcoins until they get some profit into it so they can get a sort of reward after years of hodling.
19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: After Kucoin Hackers on OUSD... on: November 18, 2020, 08:48:38 PM
It seems that DeFi projects today are the hacker's target, There are many incidents of hacking happening lately and the common victims are Defi projects. By just searching "defi hacks" on google shows too many DeFi hacks and some of it just recently happened. There is a chance that these hacks are an insider job but I think an organization of hackers made these hacks possible. With the continued increasing hacks on the DeFi platform, This could lessen or kill the trend in the market.
20  Economy / Gambling / Re: Bitcoin casino💰Enjoy Crash gambling game on: November 18, 2020, 08:13:02 PM
Well apparently they KYC now. They did not process my withdrawal for 5 days so I went on to talk to live chat, immediately after I received an email asking for documents and they stopped talking on chat.

This is what they sent:

Dear libelle,

We would like to kindly inform you that based on our terms & conditions you would need to pass our KYC process.

1. Proof of ID: Your ID card or Driver's license or Passport;

2. Proof of Address: A photo of a utility bill or bank statement dated within the last three months and clearly showing your name.

3. A selfie with your photo ID and a paper with the current date on it.

Please send the above documents to

We hope for understanding and really apologize for the inconvenience!

With respect,

TrustDice Team

I didn't receive any tips from other players or place any sports bets like the complainant above, I only used the casino. Not really happy with sending my documents to some random casino.
It seems that you are not the only one who got a problem with this casino withdrawal process. 

Did you try reaching them again many times?

You can directly message @Coinbox1 which is the OP of this thread. OP is currently online due to the recent scam accusation to TrustDice. Make sure to take this chance to message the OP account.
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