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161  Economy / Gambling / Re: ➫ ➬ ➫ ➬ LUCKYB.IT ★★★ The legend is back! ★★★ Bigger and better than ever! ★★★ on: January 11, 2020, 06:25:12 PM
Hi LuckyBitSupport,

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I can't change the username under the profile page so I decided to ask it here if I can request to change it to crairezx20 instead?



Hello crairezx20, The user name can't be changed, If you want a new user name the only option is by opening a new account.

I prefer it if LUCKYB.IT adds another deposit method with crypto, There are several popular cryptos in gambling ETH, TRX, LTC, Doge
Transaction fees are one of the reasons, we know that fees for Bitcoin are quite high, I hope Luckybit considers it.

the withdrawal fees right now at luckyb.it are very cheap it's around 0.00005BTC which around 0.4 USD
but if they add more crypto deposit it will be attracting more people to play on LB
It will be a good idea to have the alternative option for depositing small altcoins. I prefer to play with Doge balance which I can hold it for a long time even in the big loss series. Hope the team will consider his suggestions.

If you compare LB withdraw fees with other casinos you will see how 0.00005 is a really low fee, Isn't bad at all. But about use other coins i think is not in plan right now.
162  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin Iran keywords Google interest over time explode! on: January 10, 2020, 04:03:22 PM
After the crazy bump we see of the bitcoin price, a lot of people see it as a good business to buy cheap and sell high. I mean if you can buy bitcoins at $7900 and sell them at $29000, then it could be a really good business.

I think this is the reason why the searches bump that high and that fast.
163  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Did YouTube remove bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies channels from the site?. on: January 09, 2020, 08:49:54 PM
As said by YouTube, it is their algorithm that wrongly removed those videos. But we can't remove to our minds that they did it on purpose or so. Anyway, this has already been solved and the videos were back to normal to those channels that were affected.
YouTube issues confusing response to crypto purge as more videos are removed and popular channels go private

So, for the artificial intelligence Bitcoins and cryptos are a scam, lol.

People involved in cryptos should use d.tube and not youtube, with d.tube the profit comes in cryptos while in youtube you need to wait a long time until you reach the payment goal.
164  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Why only 6.2 percent of American citizens own Bitcoin? on: January 08, 2020, 02:24:14 PM
6.2% sound as a small number, but when we are talking about a population of 327.2 million (2018) then 6.2% is 20286400... If each American citizen involved in bitcoin decides to buy one, then they will have all the bitcoins.

And if the percent is low is because bitcoin doesn't have the right diffusion there, sad but true...
165  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: MY NEW WALLET SEED: How can I use this to backup my Bitcoins ???? on: January 08, 2020, 02:20:15 PM
I hope you are joking with your last line?
OP is a known troll. Review his post history for proof.
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If he trolls us he does it well. I know we all get the same feeling when open that image, the feeling about:

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You are doing it terribly wrong!

Sensitive information like a seed or private keys never has to be shared in any way. And less in an image to be posted in a public forum.  Tongue
166  Other / Off-topic / Re: What are you listening to RIGHT NOW? on: January 08, 2020, 05:14:55 AM
Right now i am listening to Black Coast - TRNDSTTR (Lucian Remix) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r7Ve8ExE8YY

What I like most about listening to harmonious songs is the melody and lyrics of those songs Because listening to music to work is my profession it enhances my work speed and always keeps my mind fresh.

The 'harmonious songs' is a complex term, i mean the difference between the noise and music is the harmony... but each song has a piece of soul, i like to listen to almost any kind of music.
167  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Saving your private key in your email is a lethal move on: January 08, 2020, 04:58:45 AM
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I keep on saying this same thing to a friend of mine couple of years back but he feels comfortable saving them on his emails, just last year november, his entire wallet was wiped off into multiple wallets, till now he has no idea of how the scammer got access to his wallets, so tragedic.
We need to be extra careful not to become victim of wallet hacks, cyber criminals dont sleep, they're always on the watch.

Maybe if your friend put those keys inside a ZIP with a password, it could be a 'secure' way to hold them in the mail. But you are right, save the private keys in the mail is a really insecure way to manage that sensitive information.
168  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: USDC cost $1 fee to exchange? on: January 08, 2020, 04:51:00 AM
Why does USDC keep charging me a dollar to exchange it?

It's because the cost of trade is $1 in your exchange. Each site has a different fees on the buy and sells move, some are cheap and charge close to %0.01, but some other like virwox takes more than %10...

If you don't like that rate then search for another option... i will leave a list of exchanges for USDC here:

https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/usd-coin/markets/
169  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Sources of income? on: January 08, 2020, 04:11:45 AM
Besides trading, holding, and bounty hunting, what are your other sources of income in cryptocurrency?

Can you tell us about your profitable ways of earning cryptocurrencies nowadays?

What about a job for cryptos?

There are some sites who offer jobs for bitcoins, or in the end, you can find people in this forum with projects involved in cryptos and join their projects.

I always say, money is for the people who work, and a small % are the kind of people with enough luck to avoid working and live a good life.
170  Other / Off-topic / Re: What kind of PC chair do you use? on: January 08, 2020, 04:08:38 AM
I'm using a basic office chair, you know one of those with wheels to have fun in the office. But i dream about one of those ergonomic gaming chairs. I hope this year be able to save some money to buy one of those.
171  Local / Español (Spanish) / Re: Burger King Venezuela comienza a aceptar pagos en Bitcoin. on: January 08, 2020, 04:06:12 AM
Creo que esto es un indicativo de que tan serie es la crisis de Venezuela, al grado de que incluso las cadenas extranjeras al vivir en la incertidumbre del mañana se ven obligadas a tomar medidas extremas como esta, la de aceptar criptomonedas como sistema de pagos.

Espero que las cosas mejoren pronto para nuestros hermanos Venezolanos.
172  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Will Bitcoin fail if Satoshi is found? on: January 08, 2020, 04:01:52 AM
If the real satoshi gets found i don't think that would be the end of bitcoin because bitcoin is decentralized, that means no one us behind the machine to make it work, with or without satoshi this should move on. And about satoshi, i think if he gets found he would get a room one side of Assange and this really sucks.
173  Economy / Speculation / Re: Bitcoin Hash Rate Continue to Surge! on: January 08, 2020, 03:53:37 AM
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Also, hashrate is growing due to hardware becoming more efficient, perhaps a better metric would be the amount of electricity consumed by mining if we want to measure security of the network.

True, always a new miner with more power or more efficient will bring a bump in the hashing power, and as we know antminer have these new s17 miners with really big power. I think the hash bump comes more from the new miners than from the bitcoin price and markets.
174  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: The reason behind creating Bitcoin. on: January 07, 2020, 09:58:14 PM
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So I think this is why Bitcoin was created. Is that the only reason? Or are there more reasons? What is your opinion?

I think bitcoin was created because there is a problem with printed money. No one really has a control over how much money is out there. And governments know it and banks know it too. Satoshi comes with the solution of limited money and a tracking system. It was a great solution for the current problem and if satoshi was right, then in the future all money will be based in cryptos.
175  Economy / Gambling / Re: BITDICE.me - Crypto Casino 🎰 Now Accepting EOS | Roll Hunt | Bonuses on: January 07, 2020, 09:53:01 PM
Which cryptos are accepted?

Hello doge10x, you can find that information in the next link:

https://www.bitdice.me/about

They accepted coins by bitdice are the next ones:

Code:
Bitcoin
Dogecoin
Ethereum
Litecoin
CSNO
176  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: bitcoin-converter.com on: January 07, 2020, 09:49:41 PM
Great tool CryptoCoen, a lot of us are addicted to seeing the price each our, and a tool like this makes things easier. I will save the page and i would like to recommend you to add a donations addy in the footer.  Wink

1. Find a shorter and better domain name.

I just make a fast search and i found a couple of domains for the tool:

bitconverter.org
converter.lat

If you are interested in getting the .lat then send me a PM.
177  Local / Español (Spanish) / Re: Cual es tu criptomoneda favorita y por que? on: January 07, 2020, 09:42:03 PM
Sé que muchos pueden diferir conmigo, pero a decir verdad mi favorita es Nano, más allá de sus características técnicas que no son las mejores,  me gusta porque tiene una comunidad hispana en telegram muy unida, una para debatir y otra para comercio, en lo personal comercio allí con frecuencia, el valor de nano recientemente fluctúa en una acumulación entre los 8k satoshis y 9k sat, mas o menos un dolar.

Así mismo, me gusta destacar que tienen una wallet en telegram muy práctica, cobra un fee casi imperceptible por transacción, si se descarga telegram se puede disponer de los nanos para acordar un comercio con un vendedor.

Hay otra moneda que fue creada por los mismos desarrolladores de nano, se llama Banano, tiene un interesante proyecto de transacciones gratuitas, claro que vale mucho menos.

Gracias por compartir esta información LorenoCoin. He investigado sobre esa moneda y al parecer no cobran fees por transacción lo cual se me hace muy interesante.

También me ha gustado su whitepaper, dejo la versión en español por si a alguien mas le interesa.

https://content.nano.org/whitepaper/Nano_Whitepaper_es.pdf
178  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: You the local Bitcoin joke in town? on: January 07, 2020, 08:11:45 PM
Maybe we are the local Bitcoin Joke in town for now, but you know how they say, the one who laughs at last laughs better... A lot of people who buy at $20k still holding with the faith to see bitcoin higher than that, and if they are waiting now that doesn't mean it will not happen in the future, so, for now, we are the joke, but let's see who is laughing in 2025
179  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Buying online with crypto? Its worthed? on: January 07, 2020, 05:46:18 PM
Is it worthed to Shop online with crypto instead of Fiat Currrency?

For example:  booking hotel or flight with crypto?



In theory, it has the same cost so, you can change the btc to fiat and shop online. The business here comes if the hotel or the online store is a holder. There is where he can get a big profit from sales.

Never forget the 10,000 BTC pizza, in that moment worth it, but if the buyer sees back nowadays he will feel bad about the $79,464,000 pizza.
180  Local / Español (Spanish) / Re: Bitcoin es comprado a más de USD 25.000 en Irán on: January 07, 2020, 05:41:38 PM
Tal vez esto es una estrategia por parte de el gobierno para evitar que la gente saque el dinero de el banco y lo meta a bitcoins. A ningún país que esté apunto de empezar una gran guerra le conviene los ciudadanos entren en pánico económico.
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