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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Re: Scam or not ? on: January 13, 2019, 03:57:03 PM
Dear Friends.,

I recently checked this site and its offering freecoins. though its very small fraction but still they r free and all u have to do is to click on them and thats it..

But while using this site, the page takes alot of time to load which is not normal and also i want to know if anyone has withdraw funds after collecting all those bounties. i mean i don't want to waste my time there if one can't withdraw its amount

So i need to know if any of u guys have used it before and if yes, is it a scam or not ?

Like every other crypto exchange they have ups and downs (by saying downs I mean on delays when they do maintenance). I had some issues withdrawing btc few months ago but support on twitter really helped me without paying any fees.
2  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Do you remember your first sports bet? on: January 13, 2019, 11:16:06 AM
well my first sports bet was back in 2000-2001, I am pretty sure there were 4-5 matches combined (definitely had Lazio on it), those were great years (odds were more logical and sound), was easy to earn money. Nowadays its tougher, those safe bets come with silly low odds, and I allow myself to say safe bets don't exist.
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Ripple will Die on: January 13, 2019, 11:11:08 AM
Ripple will never be a global currency. Central banks would never rely on a token whose price is affected by so many factors outside their control, especially when they need it to achieve and maintain a certain price. I believe that ripple at the current price will easily handle many years of growth in usage, so again this isn't even a factor, not for me.
4  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Tennis League All Thread on: January 13, 2019, 07:55:30 AM
Cibulkova on losing early to Stosur in Sydney: "I took this tournament as a good start for the Australian acclimatization. The Australian Open is the priority. In the past, I have battled all the way to the final in Sydney and then lost in just the second round in Melbourne, while I have also lost early in Sydney and then played great in Melbourne. I have achieved my best Grand Slam result at the Australian Open (SF 2014) and and I always look forward to it. Last year I lost 2 & 2 to Kanepi, but I was sick that day and wanted to respect my opponent. I believe it will be different this year. I want to go to the court and show my best tennis." Cibulkova is 5-0 vs. R1 opponent Shuai Zhang.
5  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Tennis League All Thread on: January 13, 2019, 07:54:26 AM
De Minaur was unimpressed at his schedule - having played two matches on Saturday, he will be on court on Monday also: "What is more annoying is me having to play Monday at the Australian Open and not getting helped out as a fellow Aussie at your home slam. I think they are punishing Aussies for playing deep in their home tournaments and I think that's not what they should be doing ... They came out with the schedule before they even saw the halves or saw who was in the final in the weeks prior. I think that is pretty poor."
6  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Tennis League All Thread on: January 13, 2019, 07:53:22 AM
Nadal discussed his physical condition in his pre-tournament press conference: "Good. I feel good. If I did not feel good I would not be here, so I have good feelings in terms of the surgery that I had in the foot, I can say is almost done. And then, of course, after surgery and after months without competing and having troubles to practice, of course there is always issues when you come back, but there is nothing new for me. I had a couple of ones of this and just accept the challenges that the body presents and the tennis presents. Because it is another season coming back from a tough period of time, but with highest motivation to start another season and I'm very excited to be back in Melbourne."
7  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Premier League Prediction Thread (EPL) on: January 12, 2019, 08:35:54 PM
Everton vs Bournemouth  TIP  over 2.5    odd 1.65 Wwin

Everton is ranked 11th currently with 27 points. Goal stats: 31:31. Last five games they were not good, one win including four defeats. Not plagued with injuries. Their opponent currently standing at 12th place, goal stats: 12:23. Bournemouth playing much better in front of home crowd. Their first clash ended up with score 2:2 so I hope for at least three goals in this new affair.
8  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Tennis League All Thread on: January 12, 2019, 05:33:27 PM
De Minaur took a first career title, beating Andreas Seppi in the Sydney final. The Italian veteran was actually up a break in both sets, but those were somewhat of an aberration Ė they were his only breakpoints in the match. Ultimately this was De Minaur's to lose, with his hefty superiority on serve: 73% first serve vs 52%, and more potent with those he landed. From the baseline his movement and effort allowed him to to outlast Seppi, with the home crowd providing an extra edge when needed. "It's crazy that this actually happened," he said in the on-court interview. "I thought it wouldn't happen. Third time lucky, and you guys don't know how much it means to do it in front of all you guys, in front of my home." De Minaur 21w 33ue; Seppi 27w 41ue. De Minaur 7/5 7/6.
9  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Tennis League All Thread on: January 12, 2019, 11:44:01 AM
A. Zverev is confident his ankle will hold up during the Australian Open after hurting himself during a practice session. "The ankle is fine. It's just a little bit swollen. I didn't actually twist it, I just kind of went over it a little bit. Actually what happened was a bone pushed against another bone. There was inflammation between those two bones. I'm fine. I'm going to play with the tape. It's just a little bit uncomfortable but it's nothing that can get worse or anything like that. I'm actually quite relaxed about it."
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Have I joined at the wrong time? on: January 12, 2019, 10:39:48 AM

I am newbie and some of my friends who are already into crypto market say I am late. This isn't the time to start investments and I must refrain and just research for later.

Do you think the same? Is it really not the time to invest as a beginner?

It's never too late for good party and crypto definitely is one. value of btc surged heavily down during 2018 so you can buy some portion and stash it. However it is fine to follow trends and read charts, with one whole btc you can make daily profit (+/300 $). Be calm about it, invest 5% of all your holdings.
11  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Tennis League All Thread on: January 12, 2019, 08:17:47 AM
De Minaur didnít have too much trouble with his rain-delayed semi-final against G. Simon, who looked quite exhausted by the end Ė a combination of switch to the midday heat, and a very draining last round. De Minaur had set out his stall to be aggressive when possible, hitting that flat backhand with intent and getting to the net, but it wasnít to matter much as Simon didnít have the legs to really compete. The youngster looked a bit puzzled tactically at times, not entirely unsure how to play an opponent in such shape, but it wasn't to hurt him in the end. ďItís an incredible feeling, no better feeling that doing it at home, in front of my family and friends,Ē said De Minaur. On his post-match: ďI might hop in the ice bath, and then have a nap! Got to try recover for the final later on. Iíll do everything in my power to be ready.Ē De Minaur 29w 21ue; G. Simon 9w 17ue. De Minaur 6/3 6/2.
12  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Tennis League All Thread on: January 12, 2019, 08:17:02 AM
Kenin stormed to her first career title with a comprehensive straight set win over Anna Karolina Schmiedlova. The first half an hour of the match was extremely tight with both players trading service breaks. Though it was Schmiedlova who generally made the stronger start she unable to put enough score board pressure on her young American opponent and was made to pay. From 3-3 in the first set it was Kenin who went on to win 9 straight games, Keninís power was too much for Schmiedlova to handle and the Slovakian became increasingly despondent as the match went on. Kenin maintained an extremely high first serve percentage of 86% and saved 8 of 9 break point chances, another very composed performance by the American, very impressive in her first WTA tour level singles title. Conversely Schmiedlova was broken on 6 occasions and only saved 3 of the 8 break points she faced. Kenin 6/3 6/0.
13  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Tennis League All Thread on: January 12, 2019, 08:16:25 AM
Sandgren continued to perform at a high level as he defeated a nervous Norrie to win the Auckland title. The American once again grew into the match, starting off with some nervous baseline play in the midway stage of the 1st set, where he lost a break lead, but he really did start to express himself, dominated with his usual serve and forehand combinations and left Norrie behind in the baseline battle. Norrie looked incredibly shaken on the court as he failed to cover the court with the same sort of liveliness, and coughed up way too many backhand errors, which was occurring on a regular basis all match. Norrie did open up his shoulders and play a bit more relaxed momentarily when he fell a set and a break down, but it simply wasn't his day, and he couldn't sustain any of his points. This was Norrie's worst performance of the week, while Sandgren's strengths came to the fore. Sandgren 6/4 6/2
14  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Good news for those who love Bitcoin on: January 11, 2019, 05:57:36 PM
Good news of regulation>EU rules may be required to strongly safeguard users from cryptocurrency risks, stop money laundering and prevent diverging national regulations from forming unjust contention, European Union regulators revealed on January 9, 2019.
The European Banking Authority (EBA) revealed in a report on digital currencies that they distinctively lay outside the orbit of EU monetary rules, making it more difficult to form a fully elaborated picture.
15  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Where to get reliable bounties on: January 11, 2019, 05:55:03 PM
Bounties have no tendency to be reliable. It is a way to recruit others to pump someone's crypto project. People hope for "free'' token which they hope to sell when it is available at market (which doesn't happen from time to time or the price is worthless).
16  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Tennis League All Thread on: January 11, 2019, 02:10:13 PM
Murray is a big market drifter after his comments on retirement (5.04 from 2.50 vs. Bautista-Agut). Guys just avoid this match.
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Cardano will destroy Ethereum! on: January 11, 2019, 08:32:21 AM
No it can't destroy Eth but If the project goes as planned, if it becomes functional and their revolutionary tech promises are realized, Price can get somewhere between $1-5. We will see.
18  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: How the Satoshi looks like? on: January 11, 2019, 08:29:41 AM
Probably looks like CIA or KGB  Grin  and most probably it is a fictional character created by the government which stands behind cryptocurrency. That info will not be revealed in our lifetime so don't bother yourself. Keep inner peace Smiley
19  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Tennis League All Thread on: January 11, 2019, 08:05:43 AM
Sandgren prevailed in straight sets as he bested Kohlschreiber in straight sets. The match really started very finely poised as both players enjoyed some decent success in the baseline battle, but things really started to ignite for the American from 4/4 in the 1st set, where the intent of his groundstrokes heightened, the confidence behind the forehand grew after starting a bit inconsistently in the first couple of games, and Sandgren did not look back from that moment. Kohlschreiber was content in playing the patient game, staying behind the baseline and trying to work his way into the points, but Sandgren really did not give him the option to navigate his way into the point, and continued to be ever so effective behind the first serve delivery in this encounter. Sandgren made nine unforced errors in the first three games, but would then go on to commit four for the remainder of the match. Remaining solid while going after his groundstrokes. Sandgren 6/4 6/2

Sandgren after beating Kohlschreiber: "Basically I just closed my eyes and swung, and a lot of the balls went in, so that was good. It is nice to see the hard work that I've put in in the last month and half come into fruition right now. That is really gratifying for me. Philipp is a great player. He kind of tuned me up the last time we played, so to feel like I'm improving and getting better is a good feeling."
20  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Tennis League All Thread on: January 11, 2019, 08:03:30 AM
Norrie managed to wear down a tired-looking Struff to advance to a first tour-level final. Norrie once again really excelled from the service line in the two sets that he claimed, mixing up his points of attack with regularity and the effectiveness of his placement really prevented Struff from returning from a dominant position. Norrie not only edged it in the serving department, but he was able to turn the match into more of a physical battle, and with Struff playing a long three hour match in the day prior, it proved to take its toll in the final stages of the 3rd set. Struff had mixed success on serve, not looking as faultless as he can do with that single shot, and he really lacked energy or drive in his groundstrokes. Certainly not the same weight of shot that he has displayed all week.(Commentary) "Struff ran out of gas." Norrie 7/5 4/6 6/3

Norrie after beating Struff: "I mean, it feels incredible. I can't really describe it. I was really nervous in that last game...a couple of double faults and got slightly tight. Big thanks to the crowd for getting me through that. It is so special to get through to my first final and do it at home too. It means so much to me. I'm just playing on adrenaline. Today I was a little bit zapped in that second set, and I thought it was such an honour to play on the court where I grew up, and I was just going to fight for every point and hopefully give my everything and I ended up getting out on top."
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