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1  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: BTC price VS gambling on: February 17, 2021, 04:43:46 AM
The first problem is the transaction fee of course right now if you are going to withdraw Bitcoin there is a very expensive transaction fee you needed to pay first in order to withdraw in regards with the price 1 Bitcoin is still 1 Bitcoin. 0.001 fixed amount I placed is still 0.001 amount I placed.
2  Economy / Gambling / Re: Is there a crypto Poker site with decent traffic? on: February 07, 2021, 02:32:47 PM
They have no enough traffic because most of the poker players prefer to use their local poker platforms the same to what is happening in our country. Instead of using bitcoin in order to play poker, most of the players decided to use their local fiat in order to easily cashin and cashout.

So far, the two that you have mentioned are the popular poker sites that I know but if the traffic are not enough for you then maybe you can just look for a local poker platform in your country as it will surely take time for SWC and betnomi to increase their number of players especially if they are not boosting their marketing. And for the casino, I am pretty sure that their traffic is not pretty good also if you are only looking to poker game only.
3  Economy / Gambling / Re: ✅ BTCgrinders.com 🎁 SwC Poker 20%-65% Rakeback 🎁 Existing users contact us! on: February 01, 2021, 02:16:11 PM
Hello Btcgrinders.com



One of my cash-outs was never paid and is "pending", so I can't re-request it from cashier.

Please, make a manual payout.

Details in Private Messages.
Thank You.

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Also, your Confirmation e-mail doesn't work properly, the "Confirm" button is just a text, not a link.
It's been more than 2 months from the date that you have requested the withdrawal, is it still pending? But I saw that you have a latest withdrawal that was successfully
processed so I am wondering if what is the cause of your delayed withdrawal.

I am a poker player and I love checking this platform but I wonder if what is the exact rate of their RB as they only provided the range which is from 20% up to 65%. What are the
requirements in order to get the 65% rakeback?
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: Anyone who holds 100 doge will become a millionaire in the future but why? on: January 31, 2021, 04:47:36 PM
This is very futuristic, and very dreamily hopeful as well. It is no doubt that Elon Musk made really good impacts with the doge coin, but personally, I do not really know and think that it will be worth millions in the future; just not yet. I am also thinking that what if Elon Musk would stop patronizing the coin or even start saying that it is not good anymore, what will happen to those whales and even ordinary people that he was able to pursue  to patronize it also, would they also back out since they are under his influence? Then, what will happen to the coin? Just random thoughts here.
5  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: About people that bought too early [and lost them] on: January 31, 2021, 04:02:18 PM
It was an unexpected turn of event that bitcoin that they seem not to value and just held it without anything to hope for, got buffed up and increased in value. Well, I might be the same as them and if I'm holding it back then, I've probably sold it before it goes to $100 or probably even $50 if I've made money easily by just having it. Too bad for them but let's all learn from those mistakes and experiences that we should take care of our wallets, private keys, and stuff related to it. We'll never know in the future how high bitcoin will be.

Correct. The value of bitcoin before has a lot of impacts on how holders and people in general look at it. I think that we could all agree that there are times that we tend to take for granted the things that we do not deem as valuable. And maybe that is what drove these people to just not mind the wallets, keys and storages they used to have back then. Indeed, we all had our lessons learnt.
6  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: WHAT happened to goosebet.io on: January 31, 2021, 03:12:19 PM


The site shows 0 players right now , crash is like a desert only the tumble weed missing. I made a small deposit yesterday to see if they were going through, the transaction  was sent but not credited so they  are 100% scrapping the barrel and trying to rob whatever is left to rob. Shame on them.
Meantime now the chat has become a place were promoters try to get the clients in their place since the mod and the admin have left the boat.

That you do is proof and they are pretty obvious that their site is a scam. And those who send their deposit earlier had no chance to get it back.
It seems to look that many newly created gambling sites have no good intention but purely an evil artwork. They know that many people still ignorant about this thing and mostly they got fooled by attractive rewards and jackpot offerings.
But to know that this thing can't live longer, they will soon be eliminated, and no way they can scam people.

I feel your statement, “many newly created gambling sites have no good intention but purely an evil artwork.” I have also encountered seeing newly created gambling sites for having a good performance for such a period of time then suddenly something Strats to go wrong until it will be revealed that they are starting to scam their players. I think it is normal for us to think this way, to doubt and start questioning their intention in creating a site, because of what is happening recently.
7  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: So this is it big players now rob small traders on: January 30, 2021, 02:28:42 PM
This is not called robbing, but mere trading. As big whales have lager capital and resources then they also have greater opportunity to execute their ways of trading. As per small traders, they are highly dependent on the movement of the market and rely on the up and down movement that they cannot fully maximize long term and larger profit, but they are not at fault of that. In trading it is like gambling as well, it is a matter of capital and degree of opportunities, and no one know what is yet to come.
8  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: The gambler who manages to beat the casino through cheating on: January 30, 2021, 01:29:41 PM
They've able to find the tweak and enjoy the benefits before they've been caught by the casino owners. It's cheating as most of them played illegally or use something that not allowed from the house.

Cheating is cheating, regardless of its form and reason for doing it. I am not saying that it is right to do it for the first time, but they could at least regret it and refrain from doing it again, and maybe that could make it less of crime. But, as you have said that when cheaters went greedy enough to do it over and over again, that is on another level of cheating and crime indeed.


Correct just as you've said cheating is cheating and no matter how small you've thru doesn't justify what you've done. If you've been caught early while cheating then you can't reason it out that you only have started, it doesn't work that way. No matter how much you've gain and profited by your cheats will not make it less of a crime. There is no such thing a less of crime when cheating casinos, you'll end up in jail even if just a penny that you've gain if you are proven to be cheater.
Better to avoid cheating and be honest or cheat and hope that you never get caught or spend time in jail.

You got me with the “lazy people” and I agree with you. Personally, I know a few who resorted to cheating, and it is because by doing so, they do not have to go the rough road but would be able to have a good outcome “instantly.” And I think that is being lazy for choosing to do something irrational knowing that you had to go through the rough first before being successful.
9  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin inheritance on: January 30, 2021, 12:50:34 PM
As you know, this topic has already been widely discussed, but there are still no definite and viable solutions to the inheritance issue. You can lock your coins until a certain block of Bitcoin is mined (since the timing can be calculated, it allows choosing when someone will be able to open the wallet), which is LoyceV's idea if I remember it correctly. If you're in China, there's some legal way to give your coins to a company (with signing contracts and everything), and the company will give them to your relatives in the even of your death (at least I remember reading about it last year). Finally, if you trust your loved ones, you can give them access to your funds right now (that's the case with my coins).

I am also familiar with these methods that you have mentioned as I have read them myself when this topic was first talked about here. I think that with the concept of inheriting bitcoin, it important that the people who will receive it is knowledgeable how it works and of course its essence of having that. Because if not, they might get overwhelmed and splurge, then your hard work might be ending up with nothing.
10  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: The gambler who manages to beat the casino through cheating on: January 29, 2021, 04:27:16 PM
They've able to find the tweak and enjoy the benefits before they've been caught by the casino owners. It's cheating as most of them played illegally or use something that not allowed from the house.

Cheating is cheating, regardless of its form and reason for doing it. I am not saying that it is right to do it for the first time, but they could at least regret it and refrain from doing it again, and maybe that could make it less of crime. But, as you have said that when cheaters went greedy enough to do it over and over again, that is on another level of cheating and crime indeed.
Yeah, I agree with you, no matter what is the reason and your purpose of doing it, once you bypass the platform, it's forbidden and against the TOS. So we should refrain from using cheats from any gambling platforms because they might ban and can no longer enjoy the benefits you've gained in the platform. Even if you do it just because you're curious, it's still wrong and not tolerable.

I am glad we’re on the same page. Many cheaters are up for justifying their deeds, and many of the cheaters use poverty and their financial crisis as alibi for cheating. But honestly, nothing could really justify for it, yes it may sound like it calls for humility and equity but in reality in doesn’t. We cannot really help and be of help to others if we tolerate cheating.
11  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: That AI bot that can trade on my behalf without me making the trades on: January 29, 2021, 04:07:37 PM
If there was such thing that's working really really well, I could almost guarantee that it wouldn't be publicly available and it would most definitely be only be used by the one who made it. Think about it, if you could make millions of dollars with it, would you share it with everyone hence making it less effective?
This is the only conclusion that makes sense, if someone could build such a bot will it make any sense to sell licenses for it knowing that in fact all the bots use the same strategy? Such bot is going to diminish its efficiency with each sale that you make, the other option is that you keep that bot for yourself and invest every single dollar that you have in the markets and let the bot become your own money printing machine. Which option makes the most sense? And it is obvious it is the latter which is why most bots we see online are disappointing at best and a scam at worst.

That’s totally on point. And in the first place we don’t know the real purpose behind the creation of these so called bots. But I were to presume, it would be for the benefit of the creator of course. And I were to be in the shoes of the creator, finding that the bot would benefit me, I would have many second thoughts on just sharing it to others just like that.
12  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Elon Musk adds #Bitcoin to his Twitter bio on: January 29, 2021, 03:35:09 PM

The entire spike may not be entirely due to Elon Musk, but we can't entirely write off his influence.

I agree. Elon is pretty influential and recently his tweets about few countries have increased their stocks. For instance, Etsy and dogecoin rose because of Elon's interest.

I could not agree more. With the degree of Elon Musk over his audience, it won’t be surprising if they would follow his footsteps. And if they see him embracing cryptocurrency, no wonder they would also try and promote it as well. Influence over people could really do something although I’m not necessarily saying that he made the price spike, but he led people to focus more now on cryptocurrency.
13  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: The gambler who manages to beat the casino through cheating on: January 28, 2021, 03:33:25 PM
They've able to find the tweak and enjoy the benefits before they've been caught by the casino owners. It's cheating as most of them played illegally or use something that not allowed from the house.

Cheating is cheating, regardless of its form and reason for doing it. I am not saying that it is right to do it for the first time, but they could at least regret it and refrain from doing it again, and maybe that could make it less of crime. But, as you have said that when cheaters went greedy enough to do it over and over again, that is on another level of cheating and crime indeed.
14  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Is it possible to still make a good return from Bitcoin? on: January 28, 2021, 02:39:21 PM
You can go both ways, right?

I am not talking about forgetting Bitcoin but holding your Bitcoin in your wallet, check the prices if you want you can do some trades in your free time while still managing your own business. I don't think you would be having a problem when it comes to doing both of them since you can just check the price chart every now and then.

Exactly. In my view, it won’t be problem to have a job or business while doing Bitcoin at the same time. I think that you should treat Bitcoin as some kind of investment rather than looking at it as as income generator. And I think that if you do both, there will be more opportunities and profit you could get. Just remember to check prices every once in a while, be clever in making decisions and use portion of profit in expanding your business.
15  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: January 2021 — share your gambling experiences on: January 28, 2021, 02:18:56 PM
It was a nice start for me tbh. I played a few games here and there, and honestly, a nice start for me just means breaking even from most of the games I played.

I also had the same experience as you did. And although I think that all is well for me until now, I am starting to think to maybe have a hiatus from gambling for weeks or at least a month? I’m still not quite sure about this, because I know to myself that I would still feel the urge to gamble once in a while even if I say I will go on a “break” lol.
16  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: What will you do if Bitcoin hits $1m in the future? on: January 27, 2021, 06:12:30 PM
In our country, its value has already break through the 1 Million barrier in terms of our currency and that is a huge deal for us and its now or never for some users in our country to invest more in Cryptocurrencies. This just shows that Cryptocurrencies can really help the financial stability that most people need in third world countries.
Financial stability? For real? I think it is not showing the slightest chance. I live in a third world country and reality speaks that this is not true. The idea that the market price will continue growing won't make it a reliable source of income to result into financial stability simply because the increase is not totally continuous. It'll take years in order to come up with another all time high(based from its past) which is in contrast with the idea of stability. Those who will afford investing huge amount and will be able to wait for a long period of time will be the ones who will benefit the most but only few people could do that.

That is true. I can relate to what you are saying as I am also in a third world country. Upon reading the title of this thread, the first thing came into my mind is that hopefully I have some funds with me for which I could invest in and hold and wait for BTC hitting $1m. But it’s not the reality for most of the people, as no one knows if it will happen and living in a third world country makes it hard to save seriously. And with stability, I cannot completely rely with BTC as you have mentioned its growth is not continuous.
17  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Some Celebrities Promoting, Others Disreputing Bitcoin on: January 27, 2021, 05:49:24 PM
And in my opinion it doesn't sound strange, that the existence of those who support and those who insult bitcoin makes the bicoin position stable. We don't need to see how they contribute, but what we need to do is follow in the footsteps of those who have had a big influence on the development of crypto. On the other hand, 2021 has chosen their seat as a proponent of bitcoin and an insult to bitcoin. not much different from 2020 how artists were trapped by fake projects.

This would exactly describe my thoughts. One way or the other, with the influences and power that these people have over the others, Bitcoin awareness is being spread through them. Just like from the simple tweets Elon Musk with Ben Mezrich saying that they would never turndown receiving Bitcoin as payment. This simply tickle the interests of their audiences.
18  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Newbie gambling sites on: January 27, 2021, 05:04:21 PM
since many members give you gambling website recommendations, I would like to inform you that there's a website called BTCGosu (https://www.btcgosu.com/) that has nice reviews about many gambling websites. Since it has many reviews, it can be a gambling website directory too. You can easily find a gambling website based on the games, accepted cryptocurrencies, bonuses, and more. If I am not mistaken, this site made by some members of this forum too.

It is a good thing that you have mentioned this. I have also came across with this website and I myself also check this whenever I want to know check and compare reviews about a particular a gambling site. Although there are so many websites that give reviews about gambling sites, which can be found in the forum, you should still discern which is which and be keen with the information you take, OP.
19  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Should I sell or hold on my bitcoin? on: January 26, 2021, 03:58:24 PM
Evaluate your purpose again, if I'm not mistaken, you buy bitcoin so you can sell it high for profit, it should not changed. If the current price does not give you a profit, why sell? bitcoin price will not be stuck, it maybe dump a bit or big time, but it's likely to rise again based on its development and you can also see on its price history.

Always remember that the longer bitcoin exist, the higher its value will become, and that is because of the continues adoption.

That is true. Do not waste what you have started and effort to put into because of the doubts and other people’s opinion. Focus on your target and strengthen your faith so you won’t be easily shaken with this downward movement of the market happening right now. Also, as the other have said, you could try dividing your coins to give a try to that other prospect of yours. But then again, do not sell if there is no profit.
20  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Another insane win!! $ 1B mega million jackpot on: January 26, 2021, 03:49:20 PM
I do not think that disclosing the identity of the winner is not a good thing, security and safety reasons above all. I believe that casino have a policy not to disclose the winner to the public, don’t they? And yes, hiring security personnel is crucial for the safety of the winner and amount being talked about. I just hope that whoever the winner is, will spend and invest wisely especially during this uncertain times no one knows if a thing will lasts. And of course, to give back and help others as well. A blessing is more meaningful if shared with other people.
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