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141  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Is it too late to collect Bitcoin Cash? on: October 30, 2017, 09:31:02 PM
Yes, what I mean is: if I withdraw that bitcoin from the exchange into a wallet - couldn't I still try to deposit that bitcoin into a BCC account and it would credit me if the BCC for that bitcoin was not already claimed?  Or is that not how it works, and the bitcoin address had to hold the bitcoin prior to Aug 1, even if that particular bitcoin that I own was mined before Aug 1?

Simple answer is no. If you withdraw bitcoins from a exchange, it doesn't send bitcoin cash. You only receive the bitcoins on a new address.

It's not hard to understand. At the time of the split, whichever address hold bitcoins at that particular time, also holds bitcoin cash. So you can always think by yourself wheter or not a specific address had bitcoins at that point in time.
142  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Is it too late to collect Bitcoin Cash? on: October 30, 2017, 09:12:54 PM
You only have bitcoin cash if you have access to private keys of an address that had a balance at the time of the fork. If you have bought coins on an exchange after that, you are too late.

You will however be able to buy the bitcoin cash on an exchange if you wish.
143  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Proof of Burn - no private key? - is it a completely dead account? on: October 30, 2017, 09:05:45 PM
When someone tells you that an address is 'dead', or in other words, there is no way the private key is restored, can never prove that. There is always a possebility that he has written down the private key (or even backed it up on a computer).

However, why would you want to send coins to an address that is dead anyways? It just makes you lose your coins.
144  Economy / Gambling / Re: Cloudbet.com - bitcoin sportsbook and casino | BEST NFL and EPL odds anywhere! on: October 29, 2017, 12:43:12 PM
I heard that someone won 160btc from the live casino from them.
Any details as the email from them did not tell which game this one player won on and from which casino they played at.
Since they have a handful of different casino locations they have for live playing on.

I havent heard about that. Any more info?

Cloudbet sent an email about that topic a while ago to their affiliates (which I am by coincidence). They claimed that a player won 160 BTC playing in their live casino. They didn't give more info about the player or game or anything else. I guess they used the event to promote their site, or at least they hope that the affiliates will promote their site for them.

This is the email they sent:

Quote
Dear affiliates,

Another week in the world of bitcoin and another record smashed. No, I'm not talking about the bitcoin price hitting $6,000, I'm talking about a Cloudbet player taking home a record 160 BTC, equivalent to over 768,000 whilst playing in our Live Casino the largest single-session win in Cloudbet's history!

To celebrate this amazing feat and to increase the acquisition of new players, the Cloudbet team will be ramping up marketing efforts to promote this achievement, to attract new players, and use the interest in our player's 768K win to reach a mainstream audience.

To support your acquisition efforts, we have created an official press release, updated our media section with 160 BTC winner banners, created a promotion landing page and on-site promotions to improve your conversion rates, whilst also creating excitement for current players, and reconnecting with lapsed BTC players.

We are optimistic that this record-breaking announcement will appeal to a wider audience, and help you earn more in the process. As always, we're happy to answer any questions you might have and will be able to share the press release on request.

Kind regards,

The Cloudbet Affiliates Team
145  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: Primedice 20 Bilion bets GIVEAWAY!!! on: October 29, 2017, 12:33:19 PM
Always nice to see you guys give free stuff away  Grin Grin

My username is ddfsdfaf on primedice.

Edit: isn't this in the wrong section, and shouldn't it be in the 'games and rounds' sub cathegory?
146  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: why 74k unconfirmed transaction ? on: October 28, 2017, 03:12:50 PM
Back in May/June this year, there were 175k unconfirmed transactions. See this: https://blockchain.info/charts/mempool-count?timespan=1year.

There can be several things that have happened.

1. The network is under attack by a certain group. They make many small transactions in order to prevent other transactions to go through.
2. There are less miners mining blocks, meaning that less blocks are found, which results in transactions getting confirmed slower.

The second part has to do with it for sure for a part, because the projected difficulty is 10% lower then the current one: https://bitcoinwisdom.com/bitcoin/difficulty
147  Other / Meta / Re: This newbie just put 'Jr menber' under his/her name to look older on: October 28, 2017, 12:43:42 AM
And the most fun thing about it is that he forgot the dot in Jr. member  Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

However, just let him do his thing. As long as he is not scamming someone, it's just perfectly legal what he is doing, so don't make too big of an issue from it. Having a laught about it is fine.
148  Economy / Lending / Re: need 100 BTC Loan on: October 27, 2017, 09:54:01 PM
Okay, I can tell you already that this is a scam. Not even talking about the size of the loan, just concider this:

How can you say that you want to pay 20% interest in 6 months (which comes down to 40% yearly), and also state that you think that the bank interest is too high? Interest in a bank is usually 5-8% these days, and you think that's too high compared to the 40% you're offering? Just leave, scammer.
149  Economy / Gambling / Re: [Overview of all bitcoin casinos] Latest update: 18-10-17 NOW WITH RAKEBACK on: October 27, 2017, 09:31:44 PM
As of now, the OP has been updated again with some small adjustments to make everything smooth again.

Just some points I want to make:
Yolodice is now running a promotion, in which you can win 0.2 BTC with a bet of only 0.00002BTC. Check them out for sure.
Also, BetKing had adjusted their max win to a stunning 30 BTC. Super high rollers should check them out if the limits of other sites doesn't attrackt them.

Also, I have the option of rakeback still available. Read the OP to see how it works.
150  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Stolen BTC on: October 27, 2017, 06:27:51 PM
You can try to search this forum, or maybe google, on the address. You might find someone who used it once in the past.

Also, what kind of wallet did you use? Did you protect yourself enough? If you think about it, who would be able to steal your coins?
151  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: I HAVE 50.000 dollars to invest, help please! on: October 27, 2017, 06:23:45 PM
You can decide to go mining, but wheter or not it's profitable really depends on how much you're paying for electricity. If you can get that cheap, it might for sure be profitable to go mining.

However, if you decide to go buy coins, I would strongly advice you to not buy all kind of shitcoins that people are gonna sugest. Just keep it to investing in bitcoin, which will be way more likely to be profitable in the long run. It might be more boring, but at least you won't buy a shitcoin where early investors dump it on you.
152  Other / Meta / Re: Profile url on: October 25, 2017, 10:50:56 PM
Airdrops happen to addresses with (most of the time) bitcoins on them. So the only thing you need to have is an address (or multiple addresses) to which the airdrop can be distributed.
I don't know why you are involving profile url, but I think you're understanding it wrong. You should google a bit to find out more how it works.
153  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: And.... I missed it! Anyone else? What do we do now? on: October 25, 2017, 02:15:22 AM
So, I was wondering if it is still possible to get bitcoin gold now after the hard fork took place?

Actually, there is. You need to go to an exchange, deposit either fiat or BTC, and buy bitcoin gold. The price won't be high anyway, so you can buy a lot for just little money.

But I think you need to go to coinbase, and contact them to see whether or not they want to credit the coins to your account or not. It's up to them to decide what they want to do.
154  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: If Bitcoin dies does altcoin die? on: October 25, 2017, 02:04:20 AM
The only way that bitcoin can possibly die is when another better altcoin will show up. That has not happened until now, but if it happens, there is a chance that bitcoin will die.

However, when that happens, the new coin will be more popular, since there will always be people interested in crypto's. So in that specific case that bitcoin dies, there will automatically be a popular altcoin, so it will never happen that both bitcoin and all altcoins die.
155  Bitcoin / Mining speculation / Re: Who "give" a block reward? on: October 24, 2017, 05:38:29 PM
The size of the block reward was decided by Satoshi. It was 50 BTC for every block initially, but has ben halved to 25 BTC now, and will be halved in the future. The halving takes place every 210.000 blocks, so the next halving will be 140000 blocks from now.

After all BTC is mined, the miners will be paid with transaction fees. Wheter or not it's profitable depends on the price of BTC by then. We won't see that, since we will all be dead by then.

Edit: the reward is taken from no one, and is created from air.
156  Economy / Micro Earnings / Re: DOGE Faucet! 2 DOGE every 30 min on: October 23, 2017, 08:55:15 PM
Oh wow, 2 times 0 cents every half an hour!

No offence, but 2 DOGE every 30 minutes is extremely low. I already think most faucets are paying shite, but this is even worse.
If you want to get more traffic on your site, you should increase the reward for sure.

And What do you think about mine? Claim Every 0 Seconds From 0.4-0.6 Dogis.

http://dogezone.faucethero.com/

Well, personally I think that any faucet is a waste of time, so I won't be visiting your website as well.

I think that faucets are only worth the time if you can claim like 50 cents USD worth in crypto's at a time, but that is nowhere available unfortunately.
157  Economy / Micro Earnings / Re: DOGE Faucet! 2 DOGE every 30 min on: October 23, 2017, 08:31:51 PM
Oh wow, 2 times 0 cents every half an hour!

No offence, but 2 DOGE every 30 minutes is extremely low. I already think most faucets are paying shite, but this is even worse.
If you want to get more traffic on your site, you should increase the reward for sure.
158  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: how can we make gambling as an accepted recreational activity like sports game? on: October 23, 2017, 02:58:14 PM
I'm not sure where OP comes from, but from my experience most people don't see gambling as a problem. I don't think that many people do it, but I don't think you'll be judged when you tell people that you gamble a bit.
Of course, when you tell your family about it, they also need to know that you know your limits, and that it isn't a problem for you.
159  Economy / Gambling / Re: [Overview of all bitcoin casinos] Latest update: 18-10-17 NOW WITH RAKEBACK on: October 21, 2017, 10:34:42 PM
A new update for the list. Some things have changed.

Most importantly: I now offer rakeback! In the list, for every site listed with a green *, I offer a certain % rakeback. Before registering via the affiliate link, contact me; then we can work out a rakeback deal for which we both profit.

Also, bitcoinrush have been added for the sports betting cathegory.

As always, if you have any tips for the list, let me know here or via PM.

U may consider adding chain-bet.com. Here is the relevant thread - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1492457.0

I will concider adding them to the list.
However, be warned, because I am very much against on-chain gambling. The transaction fees make the game so much worse that it's almost unplayable. Also, you have a very high limint concidering the fact that most people here are small stakes gamblers.
160  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Overview of Bitcointalk Signature-Ad Campaigns [Last update: 18-Oct-2017] on: October 21, 2017, 12:54:47 PM
I noticed that a mistake is made in the list for the signature campaign that I've joined (Pundi X).

Currently it states that a participant have to post a minimum of 30 posts per week, but this is wrong, since it's a maximum of 30 posts per week.
Please change it, so that this will be correctly displayed.
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