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221  Economy / Gambling / Re: Top 10 Online Casino with review on: September 17, 2017, 11:51:10 PM
I have tried to make a good, unbiased, not sponsored, list of different casino's in this thread https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2097255.0

As you can see, I have rated different casino's with either of 3 games: dice, blackjack and sports betting. I try to update it every week, so it's pretty up to date. More games (like roulette and other games) will be added in the next month.
You asked for donations because you do this for free, while in reality you have for all the sites listed your affiliates links!

Now you offer to put ads for money to your affiliate thread. You claim that you are unbiased and not sponsored, but if someone is that greedy, I simply ignore such reviews.

Thanks for the input mate, but someone must find a way to make some money, right?

Also, the ad space has nothing to do with the ratings I give a casino. Anyone can buy an ad, but will not get an 'upgrade' in their rating. That wouldn't be fair in the first place, and in the second place, my opinion is not purchasable.
222  Economy / Gambling / Re: [Overview of all bitcoin casinos] Latest update: 11-09-17 on: September 17, 2017, 12:01:39 PM
So, when someone wins fe 600 BTC, how will they pay him?
That's not possible. Max win in one bet is 14.6 BTC. If that amount is won, the next max bet decreases naturally.

If you read their website, you would know that investors who invest with 10x leverage will lose their whole bankroll if 10% of the effective bankroll is lost.

For example:
If there are only 10 investors who all invest 1 BTC at 10x leverage, the effective bankroll is 100 BTC. As said before, if 10% of the effective bankroll is lost (10% of 100 BTC is 10 BTC), all investors have lost all their money. That makes sense, since the actual amount of BTC invested is 10 BTC. The investors are just taking more risk to gain more profit.
223  Economy / Gambling / Re: [Overview of all bitcoin casinos] Latest update: 11-09-17 on: September 17, 2017, 11:52:49 AM

Having a rakeback is practicaly the same as having lower house edge Wink Giving players so high max bet with low bankroll is playing with fire imo. At the end the investors are the ones who'll lose.

Maybe you can add in table referral commission percentages.

1. Agreed, rakeback is the same as lower house edge.
2. Are you talking about yolodice? Their max win is 14,6 BTC, with an effective bankroll of 5420 BTC, so it's only 0,27% of the effective bankroll. That's not much, as I know sites who allow 1% of the bankroll as max win.
And at the end, the investors will not lose, because the house edge is still there, so they'll make a profit.

Or didn't I understand you, and did you mean something else?

3. I don't think refferal commission persentages matter for the players, so I don't think it's needed to include it to the list.
Their actual bankroll is 586 BTC with max win 14.66 BTC, that 2.5% of bankroll which is way too high.
You're wrong here.

The bankroll is 5420 effective, because 534 BTC of the invested 586 BTC has a leverage of 10%. Those investors know that the swings in profit or loss will be higher, but in the end, they effectively invested more in the bankroll, so in the long run they will make more profit.

Investors also have the option to invest at 1% leverage, but most of the investors agree with a higher risk, higher reward option.

Basically what you're saying is that when someone invest 10x as much, they are more likely to lose money by investing. That makes no sense.
224  Economy / Gambling / Re: some trusted gambling site. on: September 17, 2017, 11:35:45 AM
I would recommend you to take a look at this overview I made: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2097255.0. It shows you the ratings for sites that I have looked into, as well as additional information like faucet availability, house edge and more.

If you have any request for sites to be added or statistics to be added, and I agree with it, I'll update the list.
225  Economy / Gambling / Re: [Overview of all bitcoin casinos] Latest update: 11-09-17 on: September 17, 2017, 11:30:50 AM

Having a rakeback is practicaly the same as having lower house edge Wink Giving players so high max bet with low bankroll is playing with fire imo. At the end the investors are the ones who'll lose.

Maybe you can add in table referral commission percentages.

1. Agreed, rakeback is the same as lower house edge.
2. Are you talking about yolodice? Their max win is 14,6 BTC, with an effective bankroll of 5420 BTC, so it's only 0,27% of the effective bankroll. That's not much, as I know sites who allow 1% of the bankroll as max win.
And at the end, the investors will not lose, because the house edge is still there, so they'll make a profit.

Or didn't I understand you, and did you mean something else?

3. I don't think refferal commission persentages matter for the players, so I don't think it's needed to include it to the list.
226  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: I don't see how people profit largely on: September 16, 2017, 08:24:54 PM
I don't know how much fees you are paying, but when I trade with kraken.com; the only fees I pay are 0.15% when I buy and sell. Withdrawal fee is something like 0.0005.
All in all, the price only needs to change 0.3% + a little to cash out with profit.

Also, I don't get where you get the 60% from. It's not like all fees combined are that high, right?
227  Economy / Gambling / Re: [Overview of all bitcoin casinos] Latest update: 11-09-17 on: September 16, 2017, 07:15:28 PM
Hey

Just wants to let everyone know that max win profit in a single bet on Yolodice is around 14.6 btc at this very moment.
Also Yolodice have two jackpots of its own kind. Also have rakeback of max upto 30% as well as referral of 20% and zero second delay on bets above 10 satoshi. Which are unique in itself. So according to me Yolodice deserves more rating than the rating atm.  Smiley

Hey Mooonu,

Thanks for your input. I do agree with you that YoloDice has some pretty good features. They do deserve a high rating.
When looking at the rating, they already have the second highest rating, so I am tempted to let them stay where they are.
However, if users have very good (or bad) experiences playing on a site, I take that in concideration, so I'll give them a raise.

Always happy with any feedback.
228  Economy / Currency exchange / Re: I have BTC, I want paypal. on: September 16, 2017, 09:48:36 AM
I would recommend anyone not trade ever with paypal. Their chargeback option is just way too risky to be trading on that website.

OP, nothing against you, but paypal is often used by scammers who, after receiving the bitcoins, tell paypal they never received the goods they bought, so paypal gives them their money back, and the bitcoin seller has lost his bitcoins without getting his euros/dollars.
229  Economy / Gambling / Re: [Overview of all bitcoin casinos] Latest update: 11-09-17 on: September 15, 2017, 04:06:17 PM
Nice analysis! This is great information.

Any reason why you don't have FreeBitco.in listed? We'd love to get a rating. I can provide a write up, details, etc., as needed.

Just PM me.
Thanks mate, I do appreciate the kind words.

FreeBitco.in is not listed on the page, because it essentially isn't a gambling website. It is more or less a faucet, which you can gamble up. It's purpose is not to have players who deposit money, and either win or lose some bitcoins.

I might be wrong about this, but that's how I see your website. If it's incorrect, for sure hit me up.
230  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: What kind of "puzzles" do bitcoin mining programs solve? on: September 15, 2017, 09:05:33 AM
Can you post an example?
It is not a puzzle : it is a lottery.
In simple words : Bitcoin mining protocol consist in a hash calculation of a block of transactions, and this hash (a hash of an other hash in act) has to be a number lower than the difficulty.
The difficulty number is very low and there very few chances to find a number lower than low.

This makes zero sense. If your explenation is right, that would mean that an infinite difficulty would lead to instantly block finding, which is the opposite of what is the case.

It would also mean that a difficulty of 2 would mean that it is extremely hard to find a block, which is also not true.

You're wrong, and the users who posted above you already explained it the right way.
231  Economy / Gambling / Re: [Overview of all bitcoin casinos] Latest update: 11-09-17 on: September 14, 2017, 11:35:40 PM
Bump!

With these difficult times for bitcoin, there must be people who are gambling out there who would like to see some updates to this list.
Please, if you have any suggestions, let me know in this topic, or via PM. I am always happy to hear any comments or suggestions. I am happy to implement them (or discuss them at least).
232  Local / Markt / Re: Bitcoin kopen met Paypal? on: September 13, 2017, 11:22:39 AM
Hoe kan ik cash bitcoins kopen? Ze kunnen mij dan toch ook oplichten? Of niet?

Tenzij ze een mes op je keel zetten en wegrennen kunnen ze je niet oplichten als je goed oplet.
Spreek ergens af. Neem het geld mee. Dan geef je aan de betreffende persoon het geld, en dan maken zij het naar jouw bitcoinadres over. Jij kijkt dan natuurlijk ondertussen op je telefoon (op de blockchain) of je ziet dat het bijgeschreven is. Het liefst wacht je nog even, totdat de transactie bevestigd is, maar dat kan eventjes duren (meestal niet langer dan een half uur).

Als je ziet dat de bitcoins overgemaakt zijn, geef je hen het geld en ga je naar huis.

Maar blijf vooral van paypal af als je geen problemen wilt.
233  Local / Markt / Re: Bitcoin kopen met Paypal? on: September 13, 2017, 11:10:23 AM
Jah, maar ga geen BTC kopen voor 1000 euro ofzo he. Het zijn maar kleine bedragen van 40$ ofzo.

Indien er mensen zijn die interesse hebben, ik ga dat sowieso via facebook of whatsapp doen.

Je zult versteld staan hoeveel mensen bereid zijn om al voor kleine bedragen je op te lichten.

Bitcoin en Paypal is geen goed huwelijk. Ik raad dan ook iedereen die zich met bitcoin bezig houd, om paypal te vermijden. Vroeg of laat komen er problemen mee.

Als je dan per sť wilt handelen, doe het dan op een veiligere manier, zoals met cash of met je bankrekening (dat laatste is ook niet echt aan te raden, want al die inkomende en uitgaande bedragen kan een rode vlag zijn voor de bank).
234  Economy / Economics / Re: dropping value on: September 13, 2017, 10:59:02 AM
I can't believe people are making threads about this.

As long as bitcoins has excisted, prices have gone up and down. It's in the nature of bitcoin. If supply is larger then demand, then the price will drop until demand is larger then supply, when the price will rise again.

You shouldn't convert you bitcoin. Just hold on, and wait until the price will rise again (which will happen).
235  Other / Meta / Re: Bitcointalk - My email address is not hidden on: September 13, 2017, 10:49:00 AM
First, this is not the right place to post this. It should be posted on a different part of the forum.

On topic: yes, your emailaddress is hidden. I cannot see it, and other users can't see it as well. You are able to see it because it is your account, and you are logged in.
So no worries, no one can see it except you Smiley
236  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Arbitrage on: September 13, 2017, 10:10:29 AM
Multiple people have tried this already, and almost as many of them failed.

You need to take a few things in concideration:

1. The prices might go up/down between the moment you buy and sell.
2. The transaction fees are (for small transactions) huge. This is solvable to exchange for e.g. doge (which has lower fees).
3. When one exchanges has a constant higher rate, you'll need to deposit and withdraw fiat as well. This can cause problems with your bank.

All in all a lot of things to think about.

If you think you can make a profit; go for it!
237  Economy / Economics / Re: Let's make Bitcoin's Price Higher on: September 12, 2017, 02:18:23 PM
Before we all are going to get hyped up about the price, let's concider first wheter or not we would want to have a higher price.

A higher price simply means that the transaction fees are going to be higher, and that it becomes progressively harder for newbies to join in.

I think that it is desirable that the bitcoins price is stable. If the price is stable, bitcoin becomes more attractive for new persons to join in, and the transaction fees don't become so extremely high.
238  Economy / Gambling / Re: BITDICE - 🎲🎲🎲 ICO ANNOUNCE 15 AUG 2017! JOIN THE TRANSFORMATION! 🎰🎰🎰 on: September 12, 2017, 10:32:42 AM
never recived tokens Sad

It depends what tokens you are talking about. If you're talking about the ICO tokens, they will be distributed on the 22nd this month.

If you're talking about the in site tokens, which are meant as a reward for the loyal players, then you need to reach level 1 first before you get any of those rewards.

Next time be a little more clear what you mean, and explain your situation better.
239  Economy / Gambling / Re: [Overview of all bitcoin casinos] Latest update: 11-09-17 on: September 11, 2017, 11:05:05 PM
New, now taking offers for small ads in the OP. Feel free to PM me



OP has been updated once again. I have added a new cathegory called 'unusual games'. The websites listed here are games that are gamblings sites, but not your usual ones. They don't offer dice, blackjack or roulette or any other traditional games, but have made their own unique game.

As always: if something is wrong, or should be added/changed, please let me know either here or with a PM.
240  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Withdrawal Issue on: September 11, 2017, 09:41:32 PM
So, why did you have two accounts? You know that having multiple accounts is against the Bitsler TERMS AND CONDITIONS found at the bottom of the website and may result in both accounts banned, right?

"14.2 ATTENTION: Having more than 2 accounts is strictly forbidden(by person/IP/house/family). If you are found to be in violation of this rule all of your accounts will be blocked and any funds in them will be forfeited."

If I read those rules literally, the OP didn't make a mistake. He had 2 accounts, which is allowed, since more then 2 accounts is stricktly forbidden, and will lead to accounts being blocked.
So OP does have a valid point.

However, I am very sure that Bitsler does have good reasons to do this, so we should wait for their answer.
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