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41  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: 🌟[ANN]🌟[XUM]🌟LuminosityCoin🌟PoW/PoS🌟📈 Airdrop📈Android&WebWallet🌟 on: February 17, 2017, 01:47:24 PM
Nice project! Good luck!
42  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Major blow to the NATO wet dream, Russian gas exports at industrial record on: January 16, 2017, 05:17:35 AM
Natural gas exports from Russia to the European Union was measured at 179.3 billion cubic meters in 2016, the highest ever for a single year. This is a major blow to the Americans and the Arabs, who were attempting to sabotage the supplies. Also, this means increase in tax revenue for the Russian treasury.




SEIG HEIL
43  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: CAREER-CAR on: January 14, 2017, 02:29:02 PM
THANKS TO ALL DUMPERS FOR CHEAP CAR!

I FEEL LIKE A KING


44  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: ❗ [ANN] LookCoin ❗ LOOK ❗ PoW/PoS ❗Exchanges on: January 14, 2017, 02:16:17 PM
staking like a boss  Wink
Yes...nice PoS here!
45  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: CAREER-CAR on: January 04, 2017, 08:16:11 PM
Pls send request to yobit!
https://yobit.net/en/addcoin/
Done. Waiting for listed on yobit
46  Economy / Gambling / Re: Do not use BTCSportsBet.com on: May 28, 2013, 09:56:45 PM
This was a grading error - a push is certainly a refund. This has been corrected for impacted wagers.

Unfortunately the email was marked as spam and was not found right away.

Apologies for the delay.
47  Economy / Gambling / Re: BlockBet.net - BTC Sportsbook - No account needed, bets up to 10 BTC accepted on: April 06, 2013, 05:33:42 AM
How are things going overall? Still making a profit?

When I saw that game going under 2.5 goals (guys couldn't score from anywhere, not even in the empty net), I already knew I was gonna take a big loss regardless of what happens in the other games. A lot of players have also been on a hot streak in the MLB and NBA games, so we're currently having a few consecutive days of losses, but that's what gambling is about - there will be ups and downs. We're not going bankrupt anytime soon even you guys keep winning, so no need to worry about that Smiley

I have thought about lowering the limit, since bitcoins were about 25$ a piece when we first started, but let's see a few more days on how it goes. I would like to keep it at 10 since it's a nice, round figure, but we'll see.

I think the max limit is what makes you one of the best, in my opinion. Obviously, if you're losing money because of it, then you'll have to lower the limit. But right now, you have the highest limit of any bitcoin book, and that's legit.

Another thing, you guys thinking about lowering those 20-cent lines in MLB? BitBook.biz has 15-cent, and bitcoinsports.eu has 10-cent, which makes you (essentially) the 3rd option.

Still diggin' the site, and I use you mostly every night. Keep it up!


Not to grunch, but BTCSportsBet.com has the highest limits by far. 25-50btc depending on sport. Also the longest track record of any bitcoin book, Carry on.
48  Economy / Gambling / Re: More events added at BTCSportsBet.com !! on: April 02, 2013, 11:02:02 PM
MLB is up with 1st 5inning wagers and ALTERNATE runlines as well as the usual runline, moneyline, and totals.

BTCSportsBet is the oldest active btc sportbook - min is just .25btc and max is 25-50btc depending on sport - the highest of any bitcoin book by far. Why take the risk anywhere else?

Good luck everyone!
49  Economy / Gambling / Re: The nerve of BTCsportsbet on: March 20, 2013, 10:12:31 PM
No need to apologize imardern, not a big deal.

Just to clarify, there is never any limits on withdrawals. The issue was numerous consecutive deposits and withdrawals with no wagering activity - we are not a site for coin mixing. We're perfectly happy with our clients who deposit, wager and withdrawal often and this was just a warning as the activity was noticed.

Not a big deal from our side as mentioned. Good luck imardern!
50  Economy / Gambling / Re: sportsbookreview and traditional sportsbooks are scared of bitcoin! on: March 18, 2013, 12:31:03 AM
We'll see how long this thread lasts, haha.

http://forum.sbrforum.com/sportsbooks-industry/2239520-why-sbr-afraid-bitcoin.html#post18128732

51  Economy / Gambling / Re: sportsbookreview and traditional sportsbooks are scared of bitcoin! on: March 15, 2013, 11:36:28 PM
It is a matter of time elgreco. We can't say much yet but since the OSGA already reported we are working on a deal with a prominent US-facing book, we can say it will be exciting times.

After that we'll see if SBR can keep burying bitcoin, I doubt it.
52  Economy / Gambling / Re: More events added at BTCSportsBet.com !! on: March 13, 2013, 03:05:25 AM
Hello - apologies for sporadic processing issues, should be resolved.

MLB fans, we currently have the best odds on preseason MLB of any of these newb BTC shops, and will have even better odds for the regular season!!

53  Economy / Gambling / Re: sportsbookreview and traditional sportsbooks are scared of bitcoin! on: March 11, 2013, 10:40:23 PM
...and it looks like another Bitcoin thread at SBR was just killed! They are really crazy, everyone with an SBR forum account go create a bitcoin thread in the Sportsbooks and the Industry section Smiley
54  Economy / Gambling / Re: sportsbookreview and traditional sportsbooks are scared of bitcoin! on: March 11, 2013, 08:39:47 PM
Maybe they talked to you because you deal with poker, not sports.

They stopped talking to us over a year ago despite the pressure from many of their users for a full review of btcsportsbet - even after setting them up with tests accounts and real BTC and giving SBR John a full explanation.
55  Economy / Gambling / Re: sportsbookreview and traditional sportsbooks are scared of bitcoin! on: March 11, 2013, 05:17:10 AM
SBR is scared because bitcoin threatens their business model.

SBR gets paid for affiliate signups and get a percentage of net losses for their referrals. Traditional sportsbooks verify client name and address details to validate deposits/withdrawals and therefore have a link to a real user. Most bitcoin books don't track their players like that.

The recent BetIslands scandal just shows how dirty the relationship between SBR, TheRX, other forums with similar business models are to traditional sportsbooks.
56  Economy / Gambling / Re: sportsbookreview and traditional sportsbooks are scared of bitcoin! on: March 09, 2013, 05:41:47 AM
The Op is correct.

We had a long dialog with SBR, and they started the review process. SBR John was given a test account and 10 (real) BTC. After multiple emails explaining how it works, and how he can bet or move the BTC anywhere, he just could not grasp it and never followed though with a review or rating.

The OSGA (OffShore Gaming Association) had no problems with the site and has mentioned us favorably multiple times, and they take money from traditional books as well via ads, but SBR is just scared, there is no other explanation.

We had several positive threads on SBR that have now been removed, it's a shame.

We even asked about an Ad up top and never given an accurate price.

It's not the lack of an affiliate program, we were willing to give them one + normal ad rates, and they declined.
57  Economy / Gambling / Re: More events added at BTCSportsBet.com !! on: February 28, 2013, 11:05:57 PM
Baseball is back - Bet both MLB Preseason and Baseball World Classic games right now at BTCSportsBet.com - the oldest and most trusted bitcoin sportsbook.

Over 2 years of continuous service the bitcoin community - and you will find the best baseball odds around, without the worries of dealing with these new books (let's see how many make 1 year let alone 2 years!).

Thanks again to our great users!

58  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Ripple Giveaway! on: February 21, 2013, 06:08:25 AM
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59  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin Block Explorer on: February 20, 2013, 04:32:17 AM
thank you theymos for all you have done...Back in the 2010 days, showing people BBE and tracing through transactions and blocks was the best/only way to show people bitcoin without them having their own client. A lot of us got started that way.

Best of luck to you liraz as well!
60  Economy / Gambling / Re: btcsportsbet changes request on: February 19, 2013, 11:20:21 PM
Hello hi,

Thank you for the feedback.

1) We are considering lowering the minimum bet, it will likely be reduced soon. Please check back with us.

2) We prefer to focus on the main sports and wagering options, and offer them with the best value to our clients (the competitors you mention are often -114 or worse on spreads, horrific). We will consider your recommendations for new additions, however.

3) Parlays are in the works and we'll update everyone here when available.

That said, BTCSportsBet is the oldest bitcoin sportsbook, in continuous operation for more than 2 years. We have positive reviews all over the web, including the Offshore Gaming Association. We have hundreds of active, long-standing clients and have built up trust slowly, over time.

Do not think that your funds are safe because the alternatives do not force you to create an account - they are still holding your funds on each wager and can disappear at any time. Being involved in bitcoin early, we prefer to cut down on the blockchain spam - the risk is the same, you can withdraw what is not being wagered at any time at BTCSportsBet.com. Also, the max wagers at those books is arbitrary using the 'send coins per bet' method and subject to their abuse. Of course they don't allow any reasonable bets so that is probably not a concern.

The bitcoin sportsbetting universe is sadly littered with failed efforts, scams, and hacks - even if you choose not to play with us, we urge you to be cautious of these new, unproven ventures.

To our many longstanding clients, we appreciate your continued support.

Thanks!
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