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1  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: What is the drive that makes women go into gambling? on: Today at 03:18:46 PM
The reason why someone drive into gambling is same regardless it's a men, women, trans, non binary, pansexual etc, it's for fun.

Loneliness, depression, boredom, stress etc, it's a sign if someone not happy, gambling is one of a way to make someone become happy. If someone can't get fun from gambling since they're looking for making money, they shouldn't gamble at all.
2  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Never gamble in front of your kids. on: Today at 03:10:51 PM
You may able to control yourself to not gamble in front of your kids, but can you know if your kids' friends are gamblers? can you know if gambling ads are everywhere in your kids' cellphones? this mean, you can't really control your kids and it's all depends on your kids.

Early education is a must, but when they're grow up, you need to accept their decision.
3  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Repayment Deadline Increased for the MT Gox Exchange’s Creditors on: Today at 02:48:21 PM
In the next 6 months we will hear the deadline is Oct 31, 2025, next year we will hear the deadline is Oct 31, 2026 and keep repeating until the victims already tired to get back their funds.

As long as no victim posted he already get refunded by Mt.Gox, I will keep assume the repayment is still a bullshit.
4  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: What was the idea the creation of Bitcoin? on: Today at 02:44:30 PM
Well snow is cold, then what?

I don't think people are still don't understand what is Bitcoin and the use cases, after all you're keep repeating a common discussion over and over.

32 posts you posted in this forum are consist of 22 threads and 10 replies, there's no one force you to keep creating a new thread.
5  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Betting significant amount on: Today at 02:36:29 PM
Betting significant amount due to suffered lose streaks is like using martingale strategy because you're hoping you will win and it will recover your previous losses. Since martingale strategy isn't working, so it's good to assume betting significant amount in the last bet will not work too.

I ever did this and when my last bet doesn't come like what I've expected, I become mad and regret for it.
6  Economy / Economics / Re: Human Capital, An Intangible Asset for a Company's success. on: September 18, 2023, 10:59:58 AM
Maybe there are differences between countries and I haven't seen what you're talking about in the years I've been an employee. But I have a question, how will they fire you if you work hard and give your all? I mean, are they willing to fire a good employee to replace someone who is lazier than you but still pays that salary? Meanwhile, to retain and receive your dedication, just increasing the salary a little will not be a big request for them. A good leader will never easily give up talented and dedicated people to accept lazy people, that will only cause the company to go bankrupt soon. And as for those companies, they don't even deserve you working for them.
Technically you're correct, but don't forget there are a lot unemployment rate in big population country, so even though he's work really hard, but as long as his position is just a general and easier to be replaced, the owner will have nothing lose to fire him.

Increasing salary a little will not enough because he will try to demand more and more, this make the owner has no option except to fire him than decreasing the company's profit.
7  Economy / Gambling / Re: Navigating the World of Online Gambling on: September 18, 2023, 09:35:12 AM
Protect Your Privacy, Be extremely cautious with your personal information. Never disclose sensitive data to anyone claiming to be from the casino, as this could be a ploy to steal your funds or identity. Legitimate casinos won't ask for this information upfront.
Alright, so you're promoting and this what the representative was saying.

I see quite a few questions about requiring KYC L1 before depositing - this was a conscious choice from our team, we want to have some level of checks before we allow users to send us money as per the regulatory responsibility we have with our license. You can update your L1 KYC if ever you decided you wanted to go further and complete full ID verification with our L2 verification.

It means you're promoting not legitimate casino because they ask KYC Level 1 upfront, correct? I think you should give negative trust to representative since based on your information the casino is scam. Tongue
8  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Not banned, yet not accepted on: September 18, 2023, 09:15:54 AM
If your country only ban Bitcoin that related to banks, you only need to use P2P exchange or DEX, so you will not link it with banks or other third party. Bitcoin don't have to be accepted, however if depend on your country if holding or use Bitcoin is legal or not. If it's not legal and you want to become a good citizen, sadly you shouldn't use Bitcoin. But if you want to accept a risk and not use Bitcoin for a bad thing, then go for it.
9  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Free spins are also a demo in disguise? on: September 18, 2023, 08:49:15 AM
Any promotion for an online casino is basically a trial offer. Most even require that you deposit real money and gamble a certain amount in order to be able to withdraw or use the trial offer. Just be careful. Trials can be good when the company offering them is reliable, but they are also traps for people in order to steal their funds.
I don't think it's stealing if the casino already write that requirement in their terms, after all there's nothing called as free money in casino because they're not a charity. People need to realize if casino isn't a place to make money especially they think gambling is a source of income.

I never believe free spin or bonus money are ways to know a friendly casino, we need to search about the rollover, withdrawal fee, house edge, etc.
10  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Experience for new and old gambler? on: September 18, 2023, 05:59:55 AM
It's not change too much about the games, but what you can't enjoy in online casino is meet and have a conversation with someone which is hard in the current developed technology. But the good thing is online gambling is not wasting time unlike physical casino where you need to wear good clothes, driving, and buy something that more pricey etc.

In terms of addiction, online gambling is harder because you can easily access it within a second through your cell phone.
11  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Casino features you like and Don't like but you don't mind on: September 17, 2023, 08:21:24 AM
I don't like a casino that give misleading information e.g. claiming as no KYC casino when in their terms they will ask KYC, claiming as decentralized casino when they're still restrict some people, claiming as friendly casino when they're ask high rollover etc.

What I like is a honest casino, if you're not the best casino, just claim to be a top 2 casino etc.
12  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Knowledge vs hodlings on: September 17, 2023, 07:35:28 AM
Don't make it complicated, just try to understand fiat and compare it with Bitcoin, you will know the reason why you must holding Bitcoin.

lastly you can always earn Bitcoins once you have a solid knowledge of it .you can even earn Bitcoins indirectly by teaching others or even running a local exchange and lots more.
Having knowledge about Bitcoin doesn't make you able to earn, it's just a currency. What you're need to learn is a hard skill that you can work and get paid from someone e.g. design, programmer etc. No one want to use unknown local exchange that charge high fees, they prefer to use centralized exchange.
13  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: How do you manage your money on gambling sites. on: September 17, 2023, 07:26:13 AM
All of us should withdraw money from casino gambling platforms after a big win. But not usual, gamblers feel comfortable keeping their money in gambling platform because they will try to use that money to gamble again. Moreover, since winning in gambling depends on luck, gamblers also know that if they win today, they are more likely to lose tomorrow. However, there are some gamblers who cannot control themselves and try to withdraw money beyond the amount required by the gambling platform. I definitely agree on this point because they can lose their entire money due to addiction. But withdrawal is not necessary for those who are regular in gambling and conduct responsible gambling on a reliable platform.
Yep maybe they're regular gamblers and they will not withdraw their winnings if they didn't hit jackpot, so they will keep gamble until they hit it. @OP might think the streamer's money is really big and can change their whole life, but that's a high roller, maybe it just 1% of their total net worth.

It's not all of their money, don't compare your life with someone else.
14  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Big capital, small risk or small capital big risk - which is best approach? on: September 17, 2023, 07:21:54 AM
However, if you decide on a certain budget that you allocate for gambling and you understand that you can always just lose that money, it's better if you just make small bets but target higher odds because if you manage to hit a single one, you might get enough for the day and don't need to gamble more.
I gamble because I want to kill my boredom or free time, so it's not fit to me if you said after winning good amount of money, we should stop to gamble. I don't really care how much I win or I lose when I gamble, I just want to enjoy my day and use my free time to do something that I like.

Of course each gambler has their own different purpose.
15  Other / Politics & Society / Re: The role of political and religious leaders in the society. on: September 17, 2023, 05:08:07 AM
If you were a girl and you want to have a boyfriend, which one you choose?

1. Good looking, rich, have many business, traveled in many countries, own many sport cars and respected by every people, or;
2. Ugly, poor, work in McDonald, never travel, don't own any car, and get bullied by many people.

Don't need to answer, I'm 100000% sure you will choose the first one. Then what's the relation with your topic? every people think if someone looks religious is a good person e.g. using religious cloth and always mention about scripture in every subject he talk.
16  Economy / Economics / Re: Human Capital, An Intangible Asset for a Company's success. on: September 16, 2023, 02:27:41 PM
Instead of blaming companies for not treating their employees well. Why don't employees show their full potential because I believe there is no company that doesn't want to value talent. But the sad thing is that most employees always complain that the salary is too low, so they don't want to try their best and only work with the capacity they think is worthy of the salary they receive. They are too greedy when they want to receive a high salary before contributing to the company, while to get a high salary, they must devote themselves first.
If you were a business owner, would you pay high salaries to everyone, even those who know nothing, or would you only pay based on ability after evaluating each person?
This is really depends on where you live.

If you're live in a developed country where they paid high wage according your skill, low corruption, and small population, your point are correct.

But if you're live in a developing country where they paid low or minimum wage, high corruption, and big population, your point are wrong. Even you've work very hard and show your full capability, they will take advantage over your kindness and hard work. They will happy, if their employees are willing to work harder for small amount wage, why not? if you complaining why you're not get higher wage, they can replace you easily because there are many unemployment due to big population.
17  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Effects of introverts against successful investments on: September 16, 2023, 02:17:19 PM
But the question is, now that OP has 0.2 BTC how is he going to gain massive profits out of it.
Just holding it won't get him huge profits.
There's no way you can gain massive profits if you just have little amount of wealth, I believe 0.2 BTC in every country are still not enough to reach financial freedom. Obviously the @OP need to work or create a business and then the unused money must be invested, repeat. You might not gain massive profits in Bitcoin, but I'm sure it's the best investment choice among the other safe and good investment asset.
18  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: How will you feel if it happens to you just like this? on: September 16, 2023, 01:39:20 PM
I agree with you that it is true that no one can guarantee correct gambling is a fun thing but not all fun. Although gambling is played in the name of gambling it is essentially something different from playing just as there are different behaviors here there are also different levels. Gambling is a game with which the issues of addiction and addiction come up very strongly. A gambling addict spends most of the day thinking about gambling and is ready to increase the amount of bets along with the addiction the addict also suffers financially.
Just make it simple, if you think gambling isn't fun, you can choose to not gamble at all. No one is forcing you to gamble and you must not blame the casino if you lose all of your money. There are many thing can entertain you e.g. playing video game, clubbing, having sex etc, not only gambling.

If someone can't accept the house always win and it's possible to make money through gambling, they're dumb.
19  Economy / Gambling / Re: Cloudbet hacked? on: September 16, 2023, 09:01:51 AM
OP you are not wrong to ask this question on the forum but it would have been appropriate to do a little research about the message and if possible contact the customer service of Cloudbet for more information. This forum is viewed by millions and this post can lead to tension among the casino users. These casinos spend so much money building their reputation, but news like this can reduce it. The Stake hack is still fresh in the crypto casino space, another hack might have a huge gloom-ridden impact on the industry.
No, this kind thread will not reduce or destroy Couldbet's reputation because this non sense accusation where the @OP has no proof if Cloudbet really got hacked. He accuse Cloudbet because he get notification if the password has a potential data leak, when we're don't know everything that the @OP use his phone.

If he click a random link, visiting http site, claiming airdrop, joining a bounty or anything that not safe, that was the cause, not because Cloudbet got hacked.
20  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Some of country can offer you legal gambling in 2023! on: September 16, 2023, 08:43:43 AM
If they are less unethical, those countries that have approved gambling inside them see the benefits of it. While some countries became a hub of gambling for foreigners and visitors, they restricted their own citizens to do gambling. That's ethical for them as long as there's no way their citizens are taking part in it.
I don't think accepting gambling only for foreigners and forbid the local citizens can be said as ethical because it's not change anything. Imagine you're live in such country, you only need to find online casino that's not from your country, now you're become a gambler.

If someone think gambling is unethical, they need to completely ban gambling without any tolerance for making profit.
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