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101  Economy / Speculation / Re: BITCOIN HALVING 2020 on: February 04, 2020, 11:27:39 PM

True... We know bitcoin halving is a hot topic but all those threads make from the topic some kind of spam.

The halving only means the block price will divide to the half... Isn´t the first time this will happen and isn´t the last time, my theory is that miners don't want to lose money with this move and that's why they bump the price. But it is just my point of view about the topic.
102  Local / Español (Spanish) / Re: Google reincorpora juego Bitcoin Blast a la Play Store. on: February 04, 2020, 11:12:39 PM
Como juego no sé qué tal estará, pero en lo relativo a las ganancias, éstas se otorgan a modo de puntos de lealtad, que se redimen por Bitcoin en el momento que decides y tienes suficiente cantidad como para hacerlo:

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BE ADVISED: It takes a long time to earn enough Loyalty Points to cash out for a meaningful amount of Bitcoin. Most users earn an amount that is only worth a fraction of one cent (USD).*

Y este es un testimonial de la página del juego en el store,  donde se indica el importe obtenido tras dos semanas jugando:
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El juego en sí es muy atrayente, pero tener que ver un video antes de cada juego es molesto, y solo te dan unos pocos juegos por día. Además en 14 días de jugar solo saque us$0.00031 que no dicen como se retiran, y después de los 21 días no abre más la aplicación. Prefiero buscar algún juego similar...
Vamos, que si alguien pretende sacarle algo tangible al juego lo lleva claro.

El hecho de que Google lo retirase y lo reactive ahora podría enmarcarse dentro de la línea de actuación que vimos recientemente con los videos en YouTube, pero sin trasparencia clara en los algoritmos no lo podremos conocer con certeza. Ahora bien, a mí no me parece un acto organizado contra Bitcoin por su parte, sino más bien medidas con exceso de celo.


Hay muy pocos juegos gratuitos que realmente regalen sumas decentes de bitcoin. Antes solía ser mas comun ya que el precio era bajo y se podía repartir a puños.

Personalmente jugué 2 juegos que me permitieron retirar mas de 0.01 btc en ese entonces. Hablo de hace 3 años. Uno de los juegos se llamaba 'Dragon's Tale' y este era un casino virtual en 3D, hab{ian bitcoin ocultos y era divertido pasar el rato en ese mundo virtual, no se si aún siga funcionando pero les dejo el enlace: Dragon's Tale. Y el segundo Juego era un Flappy Bird por bitcoin para android, el cual no vivió mucho tiempo pero permitía sacar 0.002btc al día.
103  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Investing 1$ every day in bitcoin over the last five years on: February 04, 2020, 09:46:55 PM
It's never too late to invest in bitcoins. The price will increase. Maybe there will be decrease during severals month but "in fine" the price will grow up. I think it's a good invest, but it's a stay investment like gold.

I was thinking the same, never is late to ride the wave. And if we start investing $1 each day in Bitcoin we will see a great profit in the next 5 years too.

I think a good amount to invest each day is $5. That way we can warrant our future in the next 5 years.
104  Other / Off-topic / Re: In Need Of Free Translations on: February 04, 2020, 09:33:01 PM
If you want free translations then use a free translation tool like https://translate.google.com if you don't have money for the job then you can use some of your pre-mined tokens to pay for the task.


You have a typo with the Genesis Quantity amount:

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Genesis Quantity- 10,000,000,000.00,000,000 WIRE
105  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: How Bitcoin Addresses are generated? Understand the Math behind Bitcoin on: February 04, 2020, 09:28:01 PM
hey, this is a great thread webtricks. The process could look complex, but once you do it the first time the next ones are an easy task. Would be nice if now you can explain to us the Math behind the brain wallets. I have seen software to make from brainwallets bitcoin addys, but i would like to understand how that process works.
106  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: How do you know if a gambling site is scam or not? on: February 04, 2020, 04:33:43 PM
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As I belong to the SEO industry I can verify this that any site and any service can purchase fake reviews for themselves, and many times these fake reviews will come from verified profiles too. Instead of searching on the internet I would suggest you’ll to start a discussion thread out here, as this forum is the home to many active gamblers and they’ll be happy to share their honest reviews with you.

This is right, in internet money talks, and it's easy to buy fake reviews... That's why is important to make full research about the site before making a depo. If you can find a lot of information about the site then is better to stay away from it. The best option is to play in old trusted sites.
107  Local / Español (Spanish) / Re: Estudio sugiere que 7,5 millones de Españoles poseen Bitcoin y Criptomonedas. on: February 04, 2020, 04:25:16 PM
7.5 millones de Españoles con bitcoin... Felicidades,se ve que el país está realmente interesado en el mundo de las cripto, en cambio en México solo habían 800,000 personas a principios del año pasado con activos digitales según la empresa Bitso la cual es el mayor exchange en México.

Fuente: https://www.eleconomista.com.mx/sectorfinanciero/En-Mexico-hay-800000-usuarios-de-activos-virtuales-segun-datos-de-Bitso-20190204-0093.html
108  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Win a Presidential plane... on: February 04, 2020, 03:13:59 PM

It's one in six million, to be more precise. But I like your assumption that the government could buy it back, and then arrange a new raffle. Do you know such examples from the past, btw? If I won this plane, I'd sell it half price at the first opportunity because it's not that easy to sell something for $65 million even if the real price for it is two times higher. It would be good for me, because $65 million is still a very good money, and it would be easy to do for the government with $150 million from the previous raffle.
Does the plane is still on raffle? I want to join as well, I think for me it is better not to sell it, I will make it for rent, will offer it to some tourist or airline company for a lower price but for a long term rent. So that I will have even a small earnings but for a lifetime if ever. I'd rather make it that way since if I will be given a chance to won, even I bet only a 25$ it could be a big profit for me.

The Mexican president says he will define this week about the raffle. So, is almost a reality... I will post the president's decision after he decides if raffle the plain or not.

And i will try to investigate the clausules of the raffle, would be good to know what will happen if someone outside of Mexico can win the raffle.
109  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Conor McGregor vs Manny Pacquiao on: February 04, 2020, 02:58:21 PM

Please please PLEASE KO him within the first 30 seconds, everybody wants to see McGregor get humbled once and for all.

Please no, 30 seconds is too short for the expensive ticket or the PPV.


But the whole event wont last 30 seconds Smiley You sure will have an opportunity to watch other boxing matches in the card.

I don't i will least 30 seconds, i mean, Conor isn't ready for a full 12 rounds fight, as we see in the past box fight, but maybe he can hold for at least 5 rounds.

I will go with Pacquiao on that one. Boxing isn't for Conor, he just doesn't know what to do when the opponent gives his back.
110  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Gambling: process vs outcome on: February 04, 2020, 02:50:38 PM
i think some people enjoy the process of the bet, and some others just want to see the result. A good example is the sports bets, some games are long as hell and people enjoy all the process. But as you say. some games like lotto looks boring, but people enjoy the idea of get a huge win.
111  Local / Español (Spanish) / Re: [TUTORIAL] Proceso completo - Como recuperar una cuenta robada o perdida - on: February 03, 2020, 10:00:02 PM
Que buen aporte enunrom.

El proceso de firmar un mensaje con una dirección de Bitcoin es algo que está bastante bien explicado en las redes. Pero nunca lo havía visto explicado de esta forma, como dicen en mi país 'Con balitas y palitos', Creo que con las imágenes que presentas se podría armar una presentación de powepoint y con ella explicar el proceso a gente que no tiene ni idea sobre el tema.
112  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Why exactly 21000000 BTC on: February 03, 2020, 09:51:15 PM
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6 blocks per hour
* 24 hours per day
* 365 days per year
* 4 years per cycle
= 210,240
~= 210,000

Sum all the block reward sizes:

50 + 25 + 12.5 + 6.25 + 3.125 + … = 100

Multiply the two:

210,000 * 100 = 21 million.

That explains it...

21 million sound as a small number for some people, but it has a trick, if you focus in the number of zeros after the dot then you will realize how big is the number and how 21M of bitcoin really could be: 2,100,000,000,000,000 units called satoshis.

So, 21M is a tricky number.
113  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Win a Presidential plane... on: February 03, 2020, 07:15:17 PM
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if I had the opportunity to buy a ticket I would certainly be part of it. even though I'm almost afraid of winning Grin

I know that feeling... Is like winning a big prize but a big problem at the same time. The first year is free, but after that, this plain can ruin lives.

Most of the people who win big prizes at the lottery ruin their lives, is funny because we think a lot of money can solve or life but big amounts of money come always with big problems and responsibility.
114  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][CLAM] CLAMs, Proof-Of-Chain, Proof-Of-Working-Stake, a.k.a. "Clamcoin" on: February 03, 2020, 07:11:34 PM
Quote from: gembitz

freiexchange is the best exchange for CLAM right now hands down.  Kiss  you a turkey<<<

https://freiexchange.com/market/CLAM/BTC

Is that your exchange? never heard of.


This exchange is started nearly 3 years ago but volume is very low and pairs also not enough so just because of this its not popular.

FreeBitcoins XChange has a decent number of CLAMS for sale these days.



It would be nice to see the same volume for buy orders. That's the problem, it's easy to buy more than 1000 clams, but if we want to sell we could easily crash the markets -66% with only 0.15 btc in clams.

The exchanger is growing and i know is a process that can take a long time. But at least this keeps the coin alive.
115  Economy / Gambling / Re: ➫ ➬ ➫ ➬ LUCKYB.IT ★★★ The legend is back! ★★★ Bigger and better than ever! ★★★ on: February 03, 2020, 03:33:45 PM
^ Nah, it is impossible to abuse the faucet or giveaways. Because there is a minimum amount before you can withdraw your earning even that is from faucet or giveaways that luckybit recently has giving 0.0005 BTC to test their site. This is my personal experience to them, I received giveaway to try their site, from 0.0005 BTC it becomes 0.002 BTC after how many times wagering in Plinko. But when I trying to withdraw there is notification pop up on my screen that I need to have a deposit transaction first before I can able to have a withdrawal option. Nevertheless, this kind of feature will never abuse by abusers.

A couple of days ago i was thinking in that feature, users need to make a depo before the withdrawal. since the min withdrawal is 0.002 you already have the balance for it, so you could do a small depo and take out the profit.

Remember that you will get a confirmation mail for the withdrawal, that's why is important to use a ream mail when you open an account.

Nice to see some users multiply the sign up token price.

By the way, yesterday i had a nice run and i want to share it:


Feels great to have a nice win on red back to back.
116  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Win a Presidential plane... on: February 03, 2020, 03:18:25 PM
Yes, it could be one of the reason why you and also me, want to buy that ticket because we have an assurance that we may buy a ticket and won that price fairly since the president of that certain country is involved actually he is the one selling for the good of his country, so I hope we can buy also.

It seems that they are still not decided about putting the presidential plane in the lottery. It is said that the final decision will be said this upcoming February 15, we still need to wait.

https://mexiconewsdaily.com/news/airplane-raffle-undecided-but-tickets-designed/

Yep, the raffle is just an option, but the president in looking serious about this. So, looks like it will happen.

The fun fact is: The Mexicans will pay double for that plain... The first time while the president buys it without taxes, and the second one with the lotto. It isn't fair. But Mexicans don't see it.
117  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Re: Best Crypto Earning Site For Beginner on: February 03, 2020, 03:11:31 PM
Hi,
Just tips: Why don't make a pro/cons list for each service?


This is a good idea, it would be nice if OP could share with us the good and the bad face of each business.

And i would like to add this forum to the list because there is no better source to get airdrops and some micro earning with new tokens.
118  Economy / Currency exchange / Re: Looking to buy btc large volumes on: February 03, 2020, 03:08:24 PM
Hey

I'm new to the site so I apologize if I've posted this in the wrong section.

I'm a btc trader mainly looking to buy large btc volumes daily at -% but can also sell, I'm aware that there are a lot of scams going round so of course proofs will be provided.

Let me know if your interested.
Hello BitSeller

If you want to search someone for trading in the forum you should go to 'Currency exchange' section. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=53.0

If you want to use an exchange for this, i would like to recommend the main exchanges https://coinmarketcap.com/rankings/exchanges/liquidity/
119  Local / Español (Spanish) / Re: Todo sobre Bitcoin y las criptomonedas en Cuba on: February 02, 2020, 05:02:17 PM
Bastante interesante el artículo, sin embargo con esto nos percatamos de que tan compleja está la situación en Cuba con respecto al bitcoin. Creo que no solo el bitcoin, sino, las criptomonedas en general serían un buen soporte para levantar la economía de la Isla ya que las criptos son una forma de hacer negocios internacionales sin arriesgarse a bloqueos de transacciones por sanciones gubernamentales.
120  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Twitter adds Bitcoin emoji when hashtaging #Bitcoin on: February 02, 2020, 03:01:59 PM
Apparently an emoji also appears when you type the BCH and BSV hashtag.

#BCH💩
#BSV💩

^definitely an original joke that I didn't copy from someone on Twitter

LMAO. That was a cruel one...

I can predict in the future we will see a Criptocoins section in the emoji app. Just as we can see flags nowadays there will be one for coins.

But to have BTC emoji in twitter is a nice step  Smiley
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