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1  Economy / Gambling / Re: 🐺WOLF.BET - $5,000 Race Every Wednesday! Advanced Dice Game 🎲 2.000 Bets/s⚡ on: April 02, 2021, 10:30:08 AM
Just a heads up everyone! $5,000 race at 5 PM as usual! See you there  Smiley

2nd week in a row I forget to participate in the 5k competition, god damn it.
2  Economy / Gambling / Re: ★MyDiceBot★ - Ultimate Bitcoin Dice Bot. Bet More, Earn More! on: March 17, 2021, 06:45:20 PM
Just found out about this now, even the concept blows my mind, but I'm not a tech savvy, I will try to test it out since you support 2 of my favorite crypto casinos Grin
3  Economy / Gambling / Re: 🐺WOLF.BET - $5,000 Race Every Wednesday! Advanced Dice Game 🎲 2.000 Bets/s⚡ on: March 17, 2021, 06:42:11 PM
Am looking forward to your sportsbook addition Am hoping you guys can provide a lag free experience unlike sites like Stake etc where their UI is laggy quite often(Especially when placing live bets).

Also, if you guys are looking for beta testers, sign me up. I have been a beta tester for sites like Exbet etc during their early stages.

Thank God I'm not the only one having issues with Stake Sportsbook. I moved on to a traditional casino and lowered my bets because I don't like any of the current crypto sportsbook platforms to date.
4  Economy / Gambling / Re: 🐺WOLF.BET - $5,000 Race Every Wednesday! Advanced Dice Game 🎲 2.000 Bets/s⚡ on: March 11, 2021, 08:42:54 PM
I'm afraid I'm not exactly sure, but the team will obviously pick the most popular ones  Smiley
It is not really about the "popularity" of it but more about how fair and different they are. There could be basically just 50 different slot games all different from each other so we do not get bored and as long as they are trustworthy your job is done, I am not saying 50 is the perfect number, it could be 10 or 100 it really doesn't matter that much as long as you offer options so that people do not have just one or two, but the idea of having more is better of course, and the fact that we need to see them as trustworthy is very important.

You do not provide trust by picking good third party games, you build trust by having covering any mistake that may happen, and as long as you provide that, people trust anyway so even if there is any problems we know that we can trust you. That is why I think slots will be quicker since you could do it very easily.

It doesn't exactly work like that, when you add third-party providers you are including their catalog of games. And obviously popularity is built on the trust foundation, if a provider wasn't reliable we would not see them getting that popular. Of course, when it comes to issues or problems, we will take full responsibility where it is due.  Smiley

Exactly what gamblers wanted to see, taking full responsibilities in anyhow, that would give everyone an assurance that if you use third-party service providers, it's still your brand name that in control.
whatever happened during the game everything is under your responsibilities, I know it's not that easy just to pick one as you mentioned once you deal to that you are bringing everything not just the game but the trust that you'll going to give to each gamblers who already using your service and adding to that are those who'll going to join in after you offer new added services.

Sorry to bring their name up here but I was once playing Lightning Dice on Stake (a game from Evolution) and was betting on 3 (that pays 150x) and shortly before the result comes out, which ended up being a 3, my bet got invalidated, I immediately contacted Stake that told me to contact Evolution themselves since its an issue related to them, well, they didn't bother giving me any sort of compensation, just said it was a server error, I didn't win the bet because of it, all this to say that some errors with those providers, at least the live ones can be caused by them and its hard for the site to be the one responsible. But when the issues are caused by the site they should definitely have to assume the responsability.
5  Economy / Gambling / Re: - Exchange between/inside bitcoin gambling sites. on: March 11, 2021, 08:37:43 PM
Hi, i am offering a service to exchange bits between a few trusted sites I have dealt with and believe are reputable.

Also, with how high bitcoin transaction fees are, I have a wallet that allows me to send bitcoin at no fee to me but still pays a high enough fee to get the miners to include it.

Current Supported Sites   (Immediate Withdrawal Fee = 150+ bits)     (Immediate Withdrawal Fee = 150+ bits)      (Immediate Withdrawal Fee = 250 bits)      (No Immediate Withdrawal Option)
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Our services and fees

Exchange / Swaps
100 bits - 5 bit fee
500 bits - 20 bit fee
1,000 bits - 30 bit fee
2,500 bits - 50 bit fee

Withdrawal / Cashout (any btc address)
100 bits - 5 bit fee
500 bits - 20 bit fee
1,000 bits - 40 bit fee
2,500 bits - 75 bit fee

You got to work on that reputation my man, good luck though
6  Economy / Gambling / Re: - UFC Official Betting Partner - Play Smarter 🥊 on: March 11, 2021, 08:30:04 PM
Why is Stake still member of Cryptogambling foundation while hosting not provably fair and sketchy slot games?

Not questioning stake fairness but they might have bought their ticket into it, everything is about the money my dude, these associations and regulators only see dollar figures as well.
7  Economy / Gambling / Re: - Casino & Sportsbook - Play Smarter 🚀 🎰 🏀 ⚾ 🏈 🎾 🥊 🎲 on: March 05, 2021, 05:10:36 PM

It's official. Rollout begins tomorrow,  more info to come soon.

Well done Stake, congratulations! How did they allow you as a partner with a Curaçao license though?
8  Economy / Gambling / Re: List of CRYPTO GAMBLING & BETTING SITES with bonus&promo codes! Site And App ⭐⭐⭐ on: March 05, 2021, 05:04:55 PM
Thanks, this is good to update myself with the current trending casinos, however I would much rather donate you some money instead of seeing all these ads
9  Economy / Gambling / Re: 🐺WOLF.BET - $5,000 Race Every Wednesday! Advanced Dice Game 🎲 2.000 Bets/s⚡ on: March 05, 2021, 05:02:52 PM
I've recently seen a blog post by you saying you will soon implement a sportsbetting, which is something I'm really insterested. My question is if your odds will be competitive with so many sportsbetting websites out there, thanks.

Edit: This is the blog post:
10  Economy / Gambling / Re: 🎲 CryptoWin is a new completely fair blockchain lottery 💴 💵 💴 💵 on: March 03, 2021, 06:50:11 PM
I'm eager to test it out. While I adore the whole concept of blockchain based lotteries the fact that the results are drawn so slowly or laggy (at least from my previous experiences) is what keeps me away from those. But will give it a review and form a decent opinion  Smiley
11  Economy / Gambling / Re: 1XBIT.COM ᐉ Bet online ᐉ BTC Betting ᐉ Online betting odds on: March 03, 2021, 06:44:57 PM
Hey, just came from a long break from gambling. I'm wondering if you plan to add a USD preview for bets placed with crypto. Last time I checked I was betting by having Mbit as my currency and to be honest that's quite terrible.

Edit: nevermind, just saw your recent accusations, staying away from this.
12  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: For the record, the last time we had a presidential debate, the price of bitcoin on: September 30, 2020, 02:11:48 PM

This tweet gives me a good chuckle, 2016, the price is below $1k, and now the the US has again, had their first Presidential debate, the price is well above $10k, so that's more than 10x gain in four years.

Wonder what will be the next price four years from the next Presidential debate? could the pattern repeats itself,  Cheesy

It is an interesting phenomenon and I'm not sure if it is just coincidence as some people could argue. The reason I say this is because it would not be too much out of the ordinary if one of the most involved countries in the world with a large stake in crypto is undergoing political raw/unrest for the crypto space to be affected negatively. Heck, even the US stock market has started seeing decline.

I'm not saying that there's a 100% link between these matters but one can't just rule it out.

13  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Market Price on: September 29, 2020, 08:59:51 PM
On Binance, on trading page, if I buy alcoin using market price, will I get my altcoins right away like when I buy using card? Or will still have to wait for certain trader to respond to me?

I never bought anything thru trading. I have no experience buying from Binance trading.

When you buy at the market price, technically provided that the market isn't too volatile you should be getting your order filled straight away. There are advantages and disadvantages to doing this, so this choice is solely up to the buyer.

One obvious disadvantage is that the price might drop shortly after your buying order has been filled and then you're at an instant loss. Of course, the opposite can happen in reverse. A good way to gauge market movements is to look at the candle sticks (i.e. graph) from the last few minutes as that gives you an indication of what's going on and can better predict short-term movements.
14  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: New Zealand's tax authority asks crypto firms to turn over customer info on: September 29, 2020, 10:45:30 AM
Crypto owners especially who do trading occasionally or regularly in exchanges, everyone is facing two big problems
1. Compromising their privacy because these exchanges will ask your KYC at some point
2. Risking of losing fund from a hack.

Now when government agencies ask for clients details then it is worse. We really need more people to be in crypto so that we can find available people in our local area or even in the shops where people can exchange their crypto openly without losing their privacy and risking to keep their coins to a vulnerable area.

I agree with the above that having the government asking for customer details defies the entire purpose of crypto handlers being anonymous. It is a concerning matter indeed, and one which I'm not so sure how it will play out if there will be a real push for this, consequently leaving exchanges with two options either agreeing to this and risk losing customer or losing the authority to run in that country.
It is a tough one for sure.
15  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: defi exch trading vs normal exch trading on: September 28, 2020, 09:58:49 PM
In summary:

With custodial or "normal" exchange trading, you send over your funds to wallets these exchanges control. Making trades instantaneous, but leaving your funds more susceptible to hacks.

On the other hand, with non-custodial or "defi" exchange trading, you're going to use and connect your non-custodial wallet(e.g. Metamask, MEW, etc) to these non-custodial exchanges for you to be able to exchange your coins/tokens. Downside being you're going to make an on-chain transaction after every trade(which can be slow and costly, because fees), but with an advantage of putting your funds at less risk of hackings.
The explanation above is clear and simple to understand. If you wish to read further about DeFi and the related exchange platforms and how they differ from the rest you could do so here.

This is a well written article that I think rounds up several points new people need to be aware and understand about DeFi and how it fits to the rest of the crypto market.
16  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Government figures or politicians supporting Bitcoin? on: September 28, 2020, 06:01:52 PM
Which politicians support Bitcoin? Do you think world leaders will embrace crypto/Blockchain tech at its fullest? Or will they go against it? What impact will mainstream politics have in the future direction of Bitcoin? Your input will be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance. Smiley

I think we need to be realistic, in particular when it comes to politicians and which side they favour. We all know that people have their own agendas and if a government figure backs up something it is usually because they have a stake in it, or they think is what the majority would like to hear. Nothing but false pretences.

What would be interesting to see is what type of active engagement these people take to support their cause, in this case their 'alliance' to crypto. Only then can we put more trust into what these people are saying, let the evidence speak for itself.
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: DeFi Project Rankings on: September 27, 2020, 09:07:56 PM
Despite the BTC being slow right now, DeFi projects are still doing decently.

There are a couple of DeFi projects I consider interesting due to their features, high profile team members, and successful raised finance.
My current top 3 projects are:

 1. DeFiner.
This is an upcoming project sometimes in October 2020.
Its features allow depositing and earning between 6-12% with no fixed terms and the option to borrow against your savings.

 2. PUMK.
This is a governance token, with yield farming on Binance Smart Chain.

 3. Flamingo.
This is the first Full-Stack DeFi protocol on NEO, and has very high interest already.
Token sale started and ends on 29th Sep.

18  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: bull market and market news its a end of the crypto or whats wrong? on: September 27, 2020, 07:26:21 PM
is cryptocurrency other crash is coming?
or what is the problem that market cant act normally `?

like it was year  2017  when it will work again like 2017`? 

I get your frustration but you need to understand that the market is behaving in a way in which we can't exactly predict with 100% accuracy what will happen next.
The fact that you're asking when the market will show a strong bull run indicates to me that you're not at all familiar with cryptocurrency, again nobody can know for sure.

As it is all crypto markets and in particular BTC is not doing that bad, there is no need to panic, things could get worse but for the past weeks we have seen BTC stabilise more or less around 10k.

When involved in crypto markets you need to learn patience, and if you joined hoping to get to how it was back in 2017 then most likely you will lose money by being here, as you need to understand how things work.
19  Economy / Economics / Re: Why criminals prefer cash (Fiat) on top of crypto? on: September 27, 2020, 04:11:09 PM
I think people with a criminal mind ready to act on and undertake illegal activities don't care whether it is fiat or crypto as long as they can obtain them with minimal effort and get away with it.

That said, only crypto with less involved 'hacking' due to required expert knowledge would be at higher risk, while fiat would be at the top. We need to remember that for now crypto is still in its early days and it would take time until criminals would adopt crypto as their main strategy, like fiat is today, and there are plenty of articles written on exactly this.
20  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Cryptocurrency Scams and Government on: September 27, 2020, 12:53:40 PM
Although the sum is high ($270,000) this seems to have been a somewhat long-term strategy as Pluto exchange was established in 2017, so this whole scheme was out there plotting their scam exit for over 3 years!!! Source here.

To be fair, anywhere where an executive comes and speaks to you directly (like if they were serious they wouldn't have better things to do  Lips sealed) convincing you to invest with up to 30% return on investment is already dodgy. I'm not saying straight out these people deserved it, as clearly they were too fixated on 'making money overnight' and you can't blame them, but the whole issue stems from them not being educated enough about crypto and the high incidence of scams.

And these unfortunate incidents, unfortunately, is what governments pick up on when allegedly 'thinks' about banning or implementing regulations. And, it is hard to prevent these types of scams from happening as these can be as illusive as the internet around the globe.
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