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141  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: COINSODA.IO [Crypto Exchange + Web Wallet, Blockchain Explorer, Faucet Service] on: August 26, 2018, 04:53:05 AM
Interesting. I'm reviewing your site.

Can I ask why not support ERC-20 tokens which are really known and have a stable price?

Btw, you can only bump your thread once every 24 hours. Please delete the second post and include it in your first bump post for the day instead.
142  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Martingale and Roulette on: August 26, 2018, 02:14:55 AM
I think I had tried martingale just for fun once with tiny amounts of money. It just plain doesn't work unless you have an infinite amount of money.


Most of the casinos will have a maximum bet limit so even though you have an infinite amount, not sure you will win in the long run. Once you lose few times in a row that maximum bet than not sure how long you may need to roll to get back that money. So this method is only good for fun not to make money.



A billionaire could easily bankrupt a casino if there wasn't a maximum bet.  It's nearly impossible to lose 40+ bets in a row so the martingale strategy is sound in theory but the casino limits make it not plausible.

The only casino game I know of that ever had odds over 50% was when card counters used to play blackjack, this has been pretty much dead since casinos added multiple deck shoes.

That's the thing about gambling sites, they are made as so that the dealer will eventually win. That's one of the reason why martingale is a not so good betting strategy in gambling. If you want to win, there really isn't what they called strategy. It all comes to the same ending if a gambler doesn't know when to stop.

In martingale the longer you play, the lesser the chances you have on winning. That means more money that you'll likely lose in just a short period of time. Not at all fun, if you ask me.
143  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: N.Exchange unprofessionalism, ICO might be a scam. on: August 26, 2018, 01:58:53 AM
They now completely ignored my message on telegram and seems that they don't have any plans on paying the contest.
Only response I received from them was another "Hi" yet they are actively responding to other users.
Now it's quite evident they don't have any intentions of paying you. They should have been tagged earlier considering the above investigations. Please send a link of this thread as a personal message to one of the active DT members in this thread. (The Pharmacist/ malboroza/ Vod).

Also share your post on their social media handles: https://www.facebook.com/n.exchange1/   https://twitter.com/cryptonexchange


Thank you! I already asked The Pharmacist and he already left the account a negative feedback.
No one in their telegram group is believing tho since someone is making fun of this and they can't take this scam accusation because they are calling this a "simple bounty issue".

Already shared a tweet as well.

Note that they are fully aware of this scam accusation but chose to not address it.
144  Economy / Gambling / Re: 5secondmoviequiz.com | a simple game to guess movie clips, NOW LIVE, FREE PLAY on: August 26, 2018, 12:56:08 AM
All you have to do is to guess the movie name,

I admire the concept but why is this in the gambling section? Does a user need to deposit money first to be able to join the quiz? If not then this is more like a faucet.
I know similar get-paid-to apps with a concept like this and there are people out there who actually play them. It's quite entertaining specially if there is a competition involved.

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This website is hosted and maintained only by ads revenue, so it's 100% free to use.

I don't see any ads on your website at the moment tho.

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You can submit one answer every 24 hours.

This is awfully a lot of time.  Embarrassed
145  Economy / Reputation / Re: Suspicious signature campaign !!! icoforums.net on: August 25, 2018, 07:31:25 PM
Looks like that mofo iamsediii  was online today:

Just look at his profile, Last Active:    Today at 06:03:17 PM

That dude is checking and probably laughing his ass off.


See, another reason why I'm not buying the whole "stealing" story. He went online today just to lock their signature campaign thread.
Are we really gonna ignore the fact that his "friends" here won't do anything about it?
Seems to me that there are more to the story than just the:

... iamsedi who handled the campaign stole 39 eth from us

which btw was already deleted on the original post here:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4949157.0;topicseen
146  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: What is the use of bitcoin mixer? on: August 25, 2018, 04:57:00 AM
I am in the crypto currency investment since 2017,I uses electrum wallet for storing the bitcoin but I want to know why the people using bitcoin mixers is this to make anonymous transactions? Just help me to understand it clearly.

*please move this topic to the right section if I posted in wrong board!

People mainly use it for more privacy. To state the obvious, if you send a btc from one address to another, it can easily be tracked. Mixing or tumbling coins means you get the btc from a clean address. Also, mixing can be used to "clean" your coins.  I do this when my btc comes from a gambling site then I want to clean the btc so it will not be traced to be from a gamvking site because my local wallet does not allow storing coins that comes from gambling.
147  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Do these gambling sites make good money? on: August 25, 2018, 03:48:20 AM
Such information will never be announced and nobody will say how much money gambling sites make. But taking in view that such kind of business is blossoming I can say that it's big money with low investments.
Just imagine the amount of money they get from a number of their players on a daily business. The numbers are big!

I can't agree to the low investment part tho. It requires a big amount of money to build up a good gambling site that can compete with the existing ones.

It will be hard to get to that level at first tho but with good marketing strategy and a good site, there will be a good number of people playing in their site in no time.
148  Other / Archival / Re: XXXX on: August 25, 2018, 01:54:14 AM
I have not taken any job from this team so far. Still haven't seen confirmation that they paid users from their old campaign
Got paid https://etherscan.io/tx/0x252057fc2a044424692756d99bbeba3aa9af680d2ef1d0c983be8d06d876d499

If you eventually get the job, please discontinue the old list, to save the forum of unrepentant spammers - got tired of reporting spam posts! It was insane, Some folks came up with over 100 posts within 3 days!

The 100 posts spams are not because of their signature campaign. They sre practically encouraging people to spam their forum with their activity contests. We can't blame them for trying to get the reward asap since they are paying a big amount of money and things might go the other way for the next few days.

They need to have a more clear set of rules for their users to follow to avoid spams and they should also hire people to manage their forum. It's not a one-man job if he wants to reduce the spams. Their previous administrator/bounty manager did so poorly. I wonder why the owner even trusted him and even paid him in advance. Turns out he's just another greedy scammer who can't get satisfied with the money he earned and scammed the money that's supposedly for the bounty participants.
149  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Any Bitcoin Lending Platforms that accept Collateral (Domains,Real Estate,ETC)? on: August 24, 2018, 08:40:30 PM
I know online lending platform in my country which accepts those collateral but it's in fiat.
I'm not sure if there is any btc lending platform that accepts the collaterals you've mentioned but I have found Ethlend.
Ethlend accepts Ethereum Name Service domain (ENS domain) as a collateral.
I don't know much about smart contacts and domain names so I'm not sure if this helps.

Other P2P lending services all seem to be reputation based, which is a pretty flawed concept to begin with.
There's other p2p lending services that's pretty reliable and are also offering collateral loans but through stable atcoins.
150  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: N.Exchange unprofessionalism, ICO might be a scam. on: August 24, 2018, 08:23:30 PM
They now completely ignored my message on telegram and seems that they don't have any plans on paying the contest.
Only response I received from them was another "Hi" yet they are actively responding to other users.

I'm requesting DT members to please tag the account of n.exchange.
151  Economy / Invites & Accounts / Re: [WTB] Adobe invite on: August 24, 2018, 08:19:55 PM
Up! Still looking guys! Only a week less til my subscription expires.
152  Economy / Reputation / Re: Suspicious signature campaign !!! icoforums.net on: August 24, 2018, 06:44:20 PM
This campaign is closed because there were problems with the administrator.
Now there are payments to participants.
A new campaign will be announced from another account.


Finally the suspicious campaign ended terribly after the bounty manager ran away with all the money but luckily the owner paying the participants from his own pockets again.

But the good news is Yahoo is going to continue their campaign most trusted manager of our forum! Wink
That turned out Huh  Roll Eyes
I wonder if there will be further investigation irl with this scam or that guy will face no consequences.
After checking the linked account to this iamsediii guy, all were already deleted and no trace was left behind besides what seems to be his real name which is cedrick acuario
according to their co-admin on icoforums.
153  Economy / Services / Re: 🚀 Bitcasino.io 🚀 [Signature Campaign] 🚀 [.015 BTC/week] on: August 21, 2018, 09:22:06 PM
I have received the payment for last week. Thank you jereymypwr and bitcasino! As always, awesome team.
154  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Have anyone used this AI trading platform? Is it legit? on: August 21, 2018, 03:13:34 AM
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What are Cryptocurrency trading bots, and how they work?
Crypto robots are primarily a digital investment tool. Their entire function is to process cryptocurrencies mining activities for its user. The main idea is that they donít require any trading expertise or knowledge of the financial market

Looks like a scam. The website looks cheap and they plus I don't understand how tehey call theirselves AIMiner then offering trading bots to process mining  activities.
Them mentioning investment does sounds like some kind of ponzi. Be careful not to use this with your exchange accounts.
Some parts of the websites is also not working properly.
155  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Looking for app testers on our upcoming philanthropy platform 💬 on: August 21, 2018, 02:49:52 AM
Can you specify which countries can and can not participate in this?
I actually saw this thread a while ago and was thinking of joining but since testers will still need to be approved, I was hesitant to continue and provide my personal details.



btw, you better replace the shortened link @ OP. Iirc, posting shortened links is not allowed in the forum and if your thread gets reported, it might get deleted.
156  Economy / Invites & Accounts / [WTB] Adobe invite on: August 20, 2018, 10:50:37 PM
My adobe subscriptions is about to end this months and I was thinking maybe I can get a cheaper deal if I buy an invite here.
I just use Photoshop, Ilustrator, Animate, premiere, after effects.
Do send me a PM or comment here. Legit invites only guys. I am not looking for any cracks or hacks.

I can pay with BTC/ETH or paypal. Untrusted user have to go first or prepare your choice of escrow.
157  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Online casinos community : Is this important for you? on: August 20, 2018, 08:09:27 PM
A good community is necessary for people to have a good time while playing. It's like going to school and you need friends so you can enjoy your time while being in there.
I quite enjoy seeing people on chatboxes fooling around while playing.


I play at a couple of sites, some sites offer a great community, Support from the players and moderators....  To bad some sites don't offer a great community..  for example, "Bitsler" just recently a friend got his account blocked for tipping because he made a profit and decided to exchanged his bitcoin profit  into another coin.. then he decided to tip his friends  with his profits.. but the site decided to flag his account for exchange abuse and block him from tipping.

I haven't played in bitsler lately but I did before. I'm not much of a talking person when I gamble so I do not have any idea what kind of community bitsler have in their chatbox. Are you sure that your friend didn't violate any rules on bitsler? If it's just tipping then I'm sure flagging an account is unnecessary. If that's the case then the bitsler team need some explaining to do.


Then we had people trying to challenge this decision on this site and we had a moderator mocking a user for their attempt to speak English and threaten people with a report to the administrator... and this probably why I don't play there much anymore.

Maybe you offended their moderators and your "people" started an unnecessary misunderstanding? People tends to make bad judgement when provoked. I am not saying that what they did is not wrong but maybe your peope played a part in escalating the situation?



Is this really necessary tho?
158  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Re: 💥 FREE ANIMATED AVATAR NO PURCHASE - | Signature | ANN | Video | Banners on: August 19, 2018, 09:01:04 PM
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159  Economy / Services / Re: 💥 DAILY FREE OFFER ON LATEST POST - | Signature | ANN | Video | Banners on: August 19, 2018, 09:00:10 PM
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160  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Two identical bounty projects, is one or both a scam? on: August 19, 2018, 08:57:05 PM
Yobet claimed that they are partnered with bitsler but whenn I asked on their ANN thread, here's what I got as a response

This information made me search for the relationship of Bitsler and Yobet and so far all I can see are just articles from medium but no official announcement from Bitsler unless I missed it. Here is the link to the article that states Yobet has partnered with Bitsler in terms of development https://medium.com/yobet-io/why-did-we-decide-to-release-yobet-during-the-markets-bearish-trend-4d6b0bc20cca still use the site with extreme caution.

I would not trust any platform that claim they are associated with some established site
at least untill the site in question announces it and endorses the platform
well ,at least yobet is not associated with yobit and it is not your next ICO with some "revolutionary" idea behind it
yobet seems to be just a casino platform and could be associated with Bitsler after all,but lets hear from the official representatives on the matter


Bitsler is in no way related, affiliated or partnered with Yobet or any ICO/Bounty projects for that matter.

thank you for making it clear, thought exactly the same since it is not an equal partnership
and I could not think of anything Yobet could offer Bitsler ,maybe only some questionable marketing promotion

Further investigations should be made here and maybe we can prove that these two is most likely a scam.
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