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1  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Share your favourite gambling site and story behind it on: December 29, 2018, 10:26:13 PM
Just want to ask the opinions of the gamblers about their favourite crypto gambling site and the reason why they choose as their favourite and any story of winning and losing on those sites which is unforgettable.
Well I tried many gambling sites before but its not that much since I donít want to gamble my money in long term so I decided to stop that activities. But right now, Iím currently in Bustadice which I can say my favorite gambling site now though I donít bet much but I tried to play with it and I can say that its a good betting site which you can easily play and earn some money. I donít have a major wins on bustadice but its good to use that site and I will continue to bet even at a small amount of money.
I think yahoo is still the all time high profit gainer in bustadice, Cheesy

I like the simple layout and fast withdrawals from the bustadice gambling site and another website of bustabit from the same owner is another good site to play.
2  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Can I still get wealthy through Bitcoin? on: December 29, 2018, 08:33:11 PM
Bitcoin and the blockchain have been presented as the future for a decade now, and it turned many of those who found out about it early into millionaires.  Some rank these two as the greatest inventions of this century: cryptocurrencies, of which Bitcoin is only one, and blockchain, the record-keeping technology that underpins it. Is the prediction of bitcoin's strong future coming true within the next few years? Is it too late to have a chance in getting wealthy through Bitcoin?
Yes you can if you know how to make money,not only in bitcoin,in any form of investment the money making is not just easy you need to learn how to make the cash flow into your side,read the market grow your skills of trading and make tons of money in no time.
3  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Trying to Hack wallet info on: December 29, 2018, 05:55:34 PM
I too have wallet for too long,,I never received any kind of these emails from them so which is obviously scam attempt by the people but I wonders how they know you email address which is used to login for the blockchain wallet?

Keep separate email for wallet purpose which needs to be anonymous and just use only for online wallets to restrict these emails.
Just a tip if you are logged into that mail into your android check for the application which has no icon and name which will be at the last of installed application which is the scammer's thing to hack your phone.
4  Economy / Exchanges / Re: WEX is SCAM!!! on: December 29, 2018, 09:31:42 AM is btc-e annd Btc-e  is a scam.They took 12 btcs from me in 2014 and i requested them to return the btc but they wont.They hacked me to get my living address and banking details and harassed me for 4 years and they are still harassing me.After taking all my money they told me they could hack my bank account and take all my money from my bank account as well as they have my bank details and they hacked my phone and all the apps on my phone as well. Btc-e intercepted my emails ,phone conversations and invaded my privacy.Do you know how shameless they are?
After a few years after taking all my coins ,they sent me emails to cheat me to invest in some ico that they participated in. When I reported btc-e to the police, they sent me death threats and harassed me near my place.Btc-e is set up by the NSA to track people using bitcoins.This is because bitcoin is a NSA project.Once you use Btc-e you will be under surveillance by the NSA forever.
But how can they do all these things? DId you provided your bank login details even if you did means you can block your account and take away your money but you waited for four years huh?

If you have any proof against them then post here or into Scam Accusations which may save others from falling into scam again.
5  Other / Meta / Re: Alternatives to Permabans for plagarism on: December 29, 2018, 07:23:33 AM
Do we know if any progress has been made in this topic ?

Has the new team in charge of managing hacked and locked / banned accounts been given any directives?

Quote from: theymos
If you are banned

Your ban message may have an email address which you can email. If not, then appeals are unlikely to be accepted.

Source =
This is just suggestion but admin need to decide what need to be done,but looks like still the permaban is the result when someone got plagiarism and its most likely to stay in the future as well since he implemented the new ban message for plagiarist and says appeals are not likely to be accepted.
6  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Sports Statistics on: December 28, 2018, 06:17:27 PM
I guess they are pulling data from
You can see that at bottom of their site. Smiley
7  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Sports Statistics on: December 28, 2018, 05:45:21 PM
The website is working on PC but it looks like little bit slower,but this maybe a place where you can gather all the information at one place but not sure each sports are added in that site or not,I just only checked cricket. Smiley
8  Other / Meta / Re: Reporting ICO bounty spam on: December 28, 2018, 01:30:49 PM
So, I've been steadily increasing the rate at which I'm reporting spam, but I have a question regarding spam replies in ICO bounty threads.

Is it okay to report spam replies to bounty threads? You know, these replies where people just quote their own posts 10 times.


In the end, it's just pure spam and it doesn't contribute anything to the forum, so I should just report it, right?
Or is this sort of stuff kinda condoned because it's contained within these bounty threads?
You can report them when someone is quoting their own quote again and again then which may gives them temporary ban for spamming if they have only using this forum for reporting in bounty threads.

There are lot of people who is reporting on the bounty threads even when managers asked to report on google forms which is also against the forum rule.
9  Economy / Economics / Re: Where to sell for cryptocurrency? on: December 28, 2018, 10:34:15 AM
Good day, dear forum users. My next question is on the agenda.

Sorry, this is machine translation.

Now more and more people are entering cryptocurrency. And some of her quite a large number.

I am a simple men from Russia.
I have land (land plots) that I would like to sell for Cryptocurrency.

Maybe someone knows the site with ads where they sell real material objects for cryptocurrency?

There is land in the Dmitrovsky district near Moscow, as well as in the Perm Krai and Krasnoyarsk.

Share your experience if there is one. Thank!
I don't suggest you to sell any of your assets to invest on crypto currencies,but if that land is affordable money to lose then try investing on crypto currencies where the return is more than compared to any other investments,where the return is high the risk is also high too.

But study about crypto currencies before investing then you can know what kind of crypto investment is suitable for you.
10  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: PRICE STABILITY on: December 28, 2018, 09:53:36 AM
The bitcoin will never settle for any price range for too long so we can't make any predictions based on the current price range since it is just happening for the last few months and the conditions can change at any time when the market changes so make the investment as long term hold to have safer capital if you just do trading too often means you will going to lose more money when the price dumps.
11  Economy / Services / Re: [CFNP] FortuneJack Signature Campaign -Started 6th of April- Hero/Legendary on: December 28, 2018, 04:49:21 AM
Bitcointalk Profile Link:;u=21690
FortuneJack Username: supermine
Current Amount of Posts (Including this one): 1507
What other platforms are you active on (Like twitter, reddit etc.): Discord facebook groups related to crypto currency.

Would like to take a slot again here,Will change signature and avatar soon after the acceptance.

*Agrees all the terms and condition.
12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: What kinds of coins are you LEAST interested in? on: December 27, 2018, 08:37:57 PM
Everyone likes to talk about the coins that they are most interested in. But what kinds of coins are you LEAST interested in?

For me, I usually ignore altcoins that fit the following descriptions:

- No technical innovation (e.g. simple Bitcoin clones, scrypt clones, etc.)

- Most animal coins (except Dogecoin of course)

- Nearly all country coins (because there are/were so many of them and they almost always ended up failing)

- High-PoS reward coins (because they ultimately tend to go down in value)
Most of the new ICOs were just copy of existing coin so the investors losing interested on ICO investment as I do.But now there is no idea to invest on any cryptos other than ethereum and bitcoin so not considered much about not interested coins.
13  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: U.S. Taxes on Bitcoin Gambling on: December 27, 2018, 07:51:32 PM
If we win on gambling sites and keeping them as bitcoin will make us no worry to pay taxes since it is not traceable but when we are trading them or converting them through exchanges you will get recorded by exchange's contract address so you will get caught if you are cheating to pay the taxes to governments.

Still, there is not any difference in taxation. You are getting taxed when you exchange your crypto to FIAT. In my country, I think that if for example deposit 100$ and you are to withdraw 200$, this 100$ difference is taxed as investment earnings. You don't have to prove that you gambled this money and you got more. You are been taxed for the amount and not for the usage of it if you see my point.
Yes thats it,we need to pay the taxes as investment based earnings when we convert them but if we keep those $100 profits as crypto then we no need to pay any taxes right.
14  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: U.S. Taxes on Bitcoin Gambling on: December 27, 2018, 07:18:11 PM
I don't know how the gambling site works in converting BTC to FIAT through win or lose,my assuming gambling sites usually already have BTC and win or lose already in BTC units.If changing to FIAT is related to trade but if I read your title about US tax,it seems that it was correct right I have time to read some sites related about it.
If we win on gambling sites and keeping them as bitcoin will make us no worry to pay taxes since it is not traceable but when we are trading them or converting them through exchanges you will get recorded by exchange's contract address so you will get caught if you are cheating to pay the taxes to governments.
15  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Bithereum the Fusion of Bitcoin and Ethereum is it good? on: December 27, 2018, 06:40:12 PM
Forked coins may shine when they were new but when days passes it will be just a shit coin so I never suggest anyone to invest on any forked coins including this as well.

Find the legit potential coins which have real future.
16  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: What Should I do if my bitcoin has been stolen, and where should i complain ? on: December 27, 2018, 06:24:14 PM
maybe it's one of the shortcomings or weaknesses in investing with crypto currencies and I think investors already understand that, because there is no institution or legal force that can protect our assets in investment with crypto currencies
You should take care of your money because it is yours that is the main reason of decentralization.Which maybe increase the number of scammer but increasing number of victims just based on how well knowledge they are about crypto currencies.
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: What can we do for shit coins in our wallet? on: December 27, 2018, 05:15:03 PM
I have done some bounty campaigns that were unsuccessful.. Also some were scams. But I have received some tokens from few of that projects. So I need to know this, Is there any opportunity that can I use this tokens?  Smiley Smiley
Nothing you can do with those tokens and it is called as dead weight tokens,all you can do is creating another wallet and send all those tokens to those wallet and hoping some of them will get listed in future if their development team wake up but remember you will need Gas to send them tokens.
18  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Do you think you are a gambling expert? on: December 27, 2018, 08:44:56 AM
I am not an expert gambler, just a casual one but from what I see here is that we have yet to find a true expert. So far I have only seen experts in Poker Tv series in real life.

Yes, poker players are considered experts and professional. If you have seen them in TV you have the impression that they are in control of the game. Unlike other games wherein we just base everything on luck so there will be no experts on that category unless the cards or slot machines are rigged to help you win big money.
Even we consider the poker players are experts they may not going to win in all their games,but definitely we can win by strategy method to so it doesn't solely based on the luck.
19  Economy / Services / Re: ★☆★ - Plinko Sig. Campaign ★☆★ (Member-Hero Accepted) (New2) on: December 24, 2018, 03:25:27 AM
User: supermine
Postion to Apply: Hero Member
Posts Start: 1497+1
Address: (Your BTC Address): 17zVShKX7WSiweM7ucyjaiBmUJfhCphDUi

Hi Hhampy,I am willing to be your part of your campaign after FJ and Bitcore.
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Re: İs there any daily paying bounty ??? on: December 10, 2018, 06:21:39 PM
Most of the bounty hunters question is that is there any paying bounty? Since the condition is too worse now.So asking for a daily paying at these condition is wrong and also it never going to happen.Try to find some weekly paying campaign it is also hard and too low pay.
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