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1  Economy / Services / Re: 1x₿it.com | Benefit Season Signature Campaign | Members + Up to $100/week [OPEN] on: June 08, 2022, 06:48:38 AM
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2  Economy / Services / Re: 1xbit.com | Signature Campaign(up to 120$)(Users can wd no kyc) on: May 14, 2022, 07:49:08 AM
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3  Economy / Gambling / Re: Hashwars.games | Blockhash based Rolls/Verification | No KYC | up to 0.01% edge on: February 28, 2022, 05:04:55 PM
I didn`t see it. I just visited the site and wrote that i saw. So, mostly it means that the OP decided to drop this site. May be he has not enough skill to improve it or he spent all his money for site design(it strange if it costs some money but it is possible), hosting and some other expenses - we don`t know but it doesn`t matter, we can forget this casino i think.
Hopefully, he can improve his site better than before if he wants to create a good gambling site and continue to promote it on this forum. But after I visited the site, it seems the site is still online well but after seeing Active Games on the site, I doubt when was the last time people played there. But yes, I agree with the others that @OP needs to fix many things on his site before starting again.
4  Economy / Speculation / Re: Bitcoin likely won't recover until 2025 on: February 28, 2022, 02:11:16 PM
Now is the right time for us to collect as much bitcoin as possible, because with the current price correction of course we can get bitcoin at a fairly cheap price, we all know that bitcoin investment tends to be more profitable for anyone who dares to hold on for a long time, so as you said it doesn't matter if we have to wait until 2025 to see the bitcoin price recover, if indeed later it can give us a big advantage.
I hope you can be careful when buying bitcoin as the price could fall back to $37k. The price now goes up to $38k, but who knows if the price will fall again the next day. Only analyzing market movements can help us in deciding so as I said before, it's okay if the price can spike again in 2025.

Yes, i agree with the first part that we need to collect as much bitcoin as possible but i may not agree that bitcoin may not recover until 2025. What if i say that bitcoin will reach another all time high before the next halving or before 2025 ?

Believe me. i am still hoping for the blow off top for bitcoin which may be over 100,000$ and that too in 2022.  Smiley There will be a bad bear market of 2 years after this event.
It could happen and I'm sure that we would all be happy if another high could occur before the next half because it would mean we would have a chance to sell at the next high. I believe that and I also believe that bitcoin has a chance to rise beyond $100,000 and I still hope that it will happen this year. But that's just my request, although I don't know if it will happen this year or next year.
5  Economy / Speculation / Re: Bitcoin likely won't recover until 2025 on: February 26, 2022, 10:53:40 AM
I don't mind if bitcoin won't recover until 2025 because that means we can still have the opportunity to collect more bitcoins from now until the recovery takes place later. We still have at least 3 more years to try to get more bitcoins and I'm sure if the price moves up and down more, we can profit. We can save profits in bitcoins until the recovery phase comes again and we will have a chance to sell at the next high price.
6  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: What will be the next big industry move? on: February 26, 2022, 09:32:39 AM
The question is, what is that new technology that they should apply? The most common answer will be VR technology. It's a good and adaptable technology and it can be adopted by most casinos.
But it's true that there will be that won't be ready to adopt it and doesn't see the special thing within it.
And maybe, eventually, there will be more of these casinos that will just ignore it if there's no real demand on it.
VR technology is the closest to the situation in the gambling industry. However, for the equipment, it's probably still very expensive and only people who have a lot of money will be able to afford it. Gamblers who don't want to see technological developments will not be ready to see the latest technology released by casinos but they inevitably have to follow suit. But they also have another option: they can move to a casino that has not implemented VR technology. But don't worry, because VR technology is still not widely developed, we can still play gambling as we are used to.
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: The way things are going with new crypto is worrisome on: February 25, 2022, 11:38:02 AM
As long as you don't invest in projects you don't know about, you won't be fooled by them. You can also stay away from every new project released and choose only the ones that already have a good name and are moving well. You don't have to worry because you already have previous experience to make a good decision. Let the people invest in the project while you are sticking with the coins already on the market.
8  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Gambling in Wartime ⚽ 🏈 🏀 🎾 🎰📈🚀💥 on: February 25, 2022, 10:43:53 AM
hello everyone, sorry to take up your precious time, I hope you all are always safe from any bad conditions....

according to the title, I want to ask what do you think will happen if this war gets hotter and widens (Russia and Ukraine war has started)

do you think ongoing sporting events will be postponed (damn.. I have a lot of betting plans on European leagues)
I guess you are not alone planning to bet on European leagues. This situation makes events postponed until the situation is normal or the war ends. If many events are postponed, I think we can still play gambling because we have other games that we can play while we can be patient to wait for the events is restart. Many people hope the war does not become bigger because that can impact the other countries closer to both countries, Russia and Ukraine. All things can get the effect and we do not expect this war to become a third world war.
9  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: What will be the next big industry move? on: February 25, 2022, 08:10:07 AM
Yeah, it's true about a major upgrade. But the players don't have any choice if that certain casino has to do it as it is what they're seeing needed to happen.
Trying something new, with some twists that everyone might be happy about it will certainly going to happen for some casinos. Anyway, it might not happen for most of it.
Those who use the casino as their favourite casino will follow the major update while searching for the other casino that still uses the old way or does not implement the newest technology. But the major update can make them curious to see what is different from the previous so they can stay for a while and see if they like or not. If they do not like it, they will move to the other casinos where they are comfortable playing gambling.
10  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Buy Bitcoin, You'll Thank Me Later - Mexican Billionaire Says on: February 24, 2022, 01:21:11 PM
If you just buy without doing research properly, I am afraid you will be disappointed because, with the volatility that bitcoin had, you will see many up and down in the price that can confuse you or make you sad. If you really want to buy bitcoin, just wait for the down and buy it for some money but do not buy in a large amount because you do not know if the price will still be at the low price or it will go down for more. This time, you have your chance to buy bitcoin at a low price but as I said, buy it step by step and always check if the price is in good time to buy.
11  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: How many exchange accounts do you need to daytrade? on: February 24, 2022, 11:14:48 AM
For day trading, I will use Binance as the exchange is one of the biggest crypto exchanges and there is no need to use the other exchanges because that can confuse you to trade. In Binance, you can find many coins you can use to trade daily, but without skills, you will have to pick one or two coins to trade. You do not have to use two or more exchanges for daily trade if you can not handle the trade at the same time. By using one exchange, you will be more focused on analyzing and finding the coins.
12  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Hypothetically keeping your bitcoin when you die? on: February 24, 2022, 10:19:19 AM
First you must ask your self if you believe on this. If yes then you shouldn't wait for this to happen because no one will give you a warning if when will it happen but you should start separating a btc now and keep the keys in the place that you desire and this place should still be access even in the future.

I think this part is a little bit tricky. Because, you wont know maybe your own house can get destroyed but I think it safe to keep the keys in an underground spot because your sure that one will find that out. This will only be sad when you know that your the only one that is alive but your parents and your siblings wont resurrect anymore. It will still be hard for you to enjoy your btc.
Between believing and not believing but in my heart, there is a possibility that it could happen in the future because I see there have been a lot of technological developments that we have seen so far. So we can prepare what is necessary, including saving the key and giving some of the btc as an inheritance to our children and grandchildren later.

There is a possibility that the house we live in will be destroyed. But hopefully, our place for hibernation will not destroy because maybe it will receive facilities from the local government or we have prepared a separate place from the crowd. Yes, maybe we will feel sad to see there are no more people we know but with our children and grandchildren, at least it can cheer us up to enjoy a second chance.
13  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: What will be the next big industry move? on: February 24, 2022, 08:28:13 AM
Those records, they will have it for sure. It's not going to be an easy thing for them to just leave the old method and migrate to the newer one. As much as they'll upgrade, what they'll do is a gradual process to make every user of theirs become familiar if ever they will really have to adopt a new system, a new trend that's in the market. Many users like me prefer always what I've been accustomed to rather than to adopt a new one.
The gradual process will help them decide which ones they need to upgrade and which ones they don't need yet while they continue monitoring their players' activities on their site. The old methods will continue to be used because not all players like the new methods, which will be very different from the ones they have used so far. In addition, the possibility of making a major upgrade is not as easy as turning the palm because the casino has to make sure that everything is according to their schedule. Yes, I also prefer what I have done so far in gambling. But I can accept and try something new, especially if it doesn't require too many supporting tools to try the new one.
14  Economy / Gambling / Re: ▄■▀■▄ 🌟BITVEST.io🌟 💰WIN BY 🔶PLAY 📈INVEST➡🔺🎲🎰🔲 | BET CONTEST ▄■▀■▄ on: February 23, 2022, 05:48:54 PM
I think all of us on this forum already know that the site is experiencing delays in providing the latest updates, especially since Ligthlord is having a bit of a problem. However, we don't know what the exact problem is. So hopefully, those people can be more patient to wait until one of their team can answer even though it will be a long wait. But people should already know about this matter and they shouldn't be playing on that site for a while until things become clear.
15  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Which is better on: February 23, 2022, 04:51:18 PM
I won't choose one or both because I have already chosen Binance to trade. You can also opt for Binance if you want. You don't have to use one exchange or even both if you have trouble with KYC verification. Besides, many of us don't know much about the two exchanges. I hope you know the risk if you are still trying to use both exchanges and not blame yourself if something worst happens.
16  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: What will be the next big industry move? on: February 23, 2022, 04:08:29 PM
I don't think the old style or ways would just simply be abandoned. It's about adoption but it's the casinos, there's no need for them to abandon a system if it's being used by their customers. And well, what old ways are we talking about? There's the old fashioned way of gambling through the physical casinos and I don't see that there would be any abandonment on their end. And the same goes for the online casinos, crypto or not, they'll still use any old method if it's in demand yet, the same question, what old way is that for them?
Of course. Gambling sites may continue to maintain their old ways of providing gambling satisfaction to their customers and introduce new ways to them. If the new way attracts more gamblers to come to them, maybe they will use the old ways less and start transforming into new ways that might give them an advantage. At least, they must have records related to the benefits of using the new method and the old method. Physical casinos may still have an interest but the casinos themselves need to adapt in a new way, i.e. maybe they will make an online version to reach more gamblers coming to them. And it will later depend on each gambler, which way they will choose to gamble.
17  Economy / Gambling / Re: Fun Stats about Bitcoin Casinos | Infographic on: February 23, 2022, 03:11:24 PM
Well, then the question is, those gambling sites that do not require kyc right now, how long will they continue to operate without requiring kyc from its customers?, I personally think we shouldn't be so hard on gambling site that ask their customers for kyc verification, this is due to several reasons which sometimes, we the users fail to understand, alot of bad eggs in our society today use all means available to launder money and commit all sort of evil crimes, this set of individuals won't hesitate to make use of a gambling site to perpetrate their evil act if they find the opportunity, and most gambling sites requiring kyc verification from their customers today are only doing so to protect themselves and their customers from such kind of people, because at the end of it all, what ever happens or affects the gambling site affects the customers who have their money stored in the site too.
If you ask me how long will they continue without asking KYC to their customers, I do not have the right answer because that will depend on each casino. But the casino that wants to give the best services will still do this while they can also negotiate with the gambling providers not too strict to their customers.

If we talk about laundering money, we talk about a lot of money that will be used to gamble and for that, the casino can ask them about the funds, where the money comes from, etc. The casino can also ask them to verify those people to know their customers who use big money.
18  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Hypothetically keeping your bitcoin when you die? on: February 23, 2022, 02:14:14 PM
What will you write in this letter? Some hints to remind yourself the password for your wallet? What will happen if your memory gets wiped 100% and there's nothing to remind yourself of left in there? You'd have to either write down the wallet passphrase or mnemonic phrases but this will allow your children to get the money without waking you. You see, the problem is when you're dead you don't need money and everything is out of your hands. They can wake you up or not, they can steal your coins or not, don't worry about the things you'll never be able to control.

If you leave control of the money to an AI you risk it being hacked. If you live it to a friend, you risk him taking it all without having to wake you up later. If you hide it you risk not remembering where it was, and so on.
If there is a technology that can make us hibernate, there will be technology for us to use to recall memories. Maybe it will become a kind of memory bank for the memories of everyone who is hibernated. Once my memory is fully recovered, I can do what I want.

As long as my children and grandchildren can keep what I have told them, then there is nothing to worry about, especially since we can leave another legacy that they can use.

Could be possible but into some certain extreme extent on setting up all of it according to your likes or preference but with due technology enhancement and development then we could possibly able to do so but just still some sort of sci-fi scenario that's why lets not talk about that.

When you are really that minding about passing those coins for inheritance in case you die then it isn't bad to make or put it up into some will incase you pass away plus having
those set of instructions on how to access it out.
It hasn't happened yet and yes, we can only speculate and imagine what the future might hold and how long we can live. But there is a possibility that such technology will occur in human life and we may not be able to see it.

If we leave the coin as an inheritance, we can teach them how to use it properly and as long as we are alive, they will surely learn a valuable lesson from us. So if we are dead, they will have no trouble because we have taught them a lot of lessons and they can also look for lessons on the internet.
19  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Hypothetically keeping your bitcoin when you die? on: February 22, 2022, 04:41:43 PM
Freeze ourselves? Hm, your imagination is too high.
That's a hypothetical question. We can assume that this will be possible in the next 100 years. Don't forget that bringing someone back to life by use of electric shock was unknown in the 19th century and now defib units are very common. Every ER unit has one.
Yes, it could happen in the next 100 years. But we must know how old are we now? Compare when that technology is used in the next few years or decades with how much longer we can live.

But if that is opportunity comes to me, I think I will hide my btc, including my private keys that only I knows the place and I will not let other people know about that.

This was discussed before. You may not remember anything when you wake up and leaving clues may lead to people finding your coins before you're brought back to life.

When you die all you have goes out of your control. Material things don't matter anymore especially if you don't know how long it will take before someone decides to wake you up. Maybe it will be in 300 years when there's no bitcoin anymore.
That's why I intend to leave a letter for my children and grandchildren and keep it until I can wake up later. So they can give me the letter and help me remember it again. Maybe I can't remember it for a while but I will be able to remember it again with the help of my children, grandchildren or great-grandchildren later.
20  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Hypothetically keeping your bitcoin when you die? on: February 22, 2022, 02:27:42 PM
Freeze ourselves? Hm, your imagination is too high. But if that is opportunity comes to me, I think I will hide my btc, including my private keys that only I knows the place and I will not let other people know about that. Maybe I will give some amount to my family and let them use it for their benefit. Besides that, I will give them an envelope with a letter inside that envelope as my legacy that they must give to their children and grandchildren so when I wake up again in the next 100 years, they can give that letter to me. I think a paper will be rare at that time, so they must take care of it.
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