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201  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Does Whitepaper determined credibility of an ICO on: August 13, 2018, 11:53:31 AM
What's your take on the ICO whitepaper, can the information therein be enough to determine how successful an ICO will be.
Partly yes. For me, a well-written whitepaper shows how professional a team is. Surely a good whitepaper can't be just bought somewhere. It has to undergo several reviews / proofreading to make sure that every single details in it is explained clearly.
On the other hand, a well-written whitepaper can mean nothing if the team can not deliver what they had planned to do with their project.
I've seen ICOs which are at first, good and everything seem to go as what they had planned and according to their whitepaper, yet the date comes and months had passed, still nothing. Words written does not compare to a work well done.
202  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: How many hours a day are you spending on online gambling? on: August 12, 2018, 05:33:04 PM
Back in the days it takes maximum of 3 hours when I gamble. I usually bet small so it takes more time to get my ideal profit. Same thing can't be said these days.  Cheesy
When I gamble now it doesn't take me an hour and then I eventually quit due to lack of interest. Maybe I'm just trying to find a new type of game to gamble in. I usually enjoy playing slots but the odds of winning is not really that great so I only set a small bankroll.

Do you think, time spend on gambling is linked to gambling

addiction? Let's discuss this.  Wink

I do not think that this is the case. I mean gambling for hours can not always mean that the person gambling is addicted. Maybe they just enjoy it and is trying have fun while passing their time and at the same time, earning a small amount of money.
203  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Bitcoin Casino Question on: August 12, 2018, 07:24:30 AM
This industry like almost all of them is full of competition with casinos that have been established for a long time in fact if you take a look you will notice that some of the longest running signature campaigns in the forum come from casinos and this is not really surprising because the moment you stop promoting your casino then another casino begins to take new players that could have played in your casino if you did not stopped the promotion.

Promotions/marketing is indeed vital for a casino to continue on growing their community. Signature campaign isn't the only thing to be considered tho. Funds should also be allocated in social media marketing and other website ads. One example of a well manage gambling site is primedice. They offer awesome promotions in a form where people needs to play in their site to get an awesome prize.
I haven't seen a casino does that yet. Maybe they should consider it, to increase traffic on their sites.
204  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: N.Exchange unprofessionalism, ICO might be a scam. on: August 12, 2018, 04:01:17 AM

@OP, can you do anything about it? Yes, ask him how difficult it is to send a payment while traveling? Pretty sure he is carrying his laptop and it hardly takes 60 seconds. They're lying.
I did asked them why they can't send payment when it can be made with a single click. Their response was that the laptop of their CEO was compromised.
Then he was busy again.

I think more than a month is a long time to send the prize as promised. You should have waited for the amount to get escrowed before submitting. I will add a tag right away. You can ask DT members to check this case.



BTW their site is listing recent exchange orders which still haven't completed yet. Someone is starting exchange orders there and isn't depositing it and that is filling up their "Recent Orders" list. Plus its interesting that even after payment window of 15 mins is passed and there is no deposit against the order, the order still is listed on "Recent Orders".

Thank you!

They sent me a telegram message in response to this

They said they were an "instant exchange" "we don't keep user fund" "we cannot scam anyone essentially"

They've sent me a message on telegram after this thread being posted for an hour. Why wouldn't they respond publicly.

Also they are asking again for an invoice to be paid on the "upcoming" week.

Possibly a scam: Look at their signature campaign thread if you want to further investigate: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2178080.260

The webiste is broken at various points and they seem  to have only one support to handle the entire exchange : Chirag  Moreover, their linkedIn profiles look suspicious. Those linkedIn experts on the forum should check the authenticity of it.

Yup. That's one more thing. Their signature campaign is also live so people are advertising them for free.
There is also Davor B. Who is actively updating their telegram group.

Their previous signature campaign is also suspicious and even this recent one. After that, sh*t happens, why they assigned a person who is responsible for payment that is in travel?
I did thought that the funds will be escrowed since I saw you posted on the earlier page.

It is their CEO, Oleg. Chirag said he is the one responsible for payments which doesn't make sense. There should be more people in their team but seems like there is only 3.

He did mentioned that they are a very few people managing a lot of task.
205  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Re: shapeshift.io alternative?? on: August 11, 2018, 01:48:30 PM
cryptoket.io or changenow.io ? Which one is the better? Shapeshift is not goodd.
I think you're just trying to promote them.  Cheesy Saw you last time claiming the free $5 they are offering for anyone who will try out an exchange.
They are a new exchange so I wouldn't trust them si much.

If you want an established and well known exchange like shapeshift you can use:
Faast
Kyber
Bancor
206  Economy / Gambling / Re: Blockchain Poker - Play poker with Bitcoin on: August 11, 2018, 01:43:26 PM
so far so good, very fast response for a browser app.
Works well with smartphone browser as well. Simple and clean.
One thing tho, the welcome to blockchain poped up on me atleast 3x and I had to close it 3x so I can view the table properly.

@OP are those players live or bots? I went to check you site today and there's already a 1 sit available and the players were already playing so it had me thought that those were bots.
207  Economy / Scam Accusations / N.Exchange confirmed lying, ICO might be a scam. Please tag on: August 11, 2018, 09:55:23 AM
These kind of people should not be allowed to host an ICO.
They've failed to honor their contest and I wouldn't be surprise if they will never process their bounty campaign payments after their ICO.
Their CEO compromised his laptop which may have risked the data or funds from their ICO investors.


Chat log:

N.exchange opened a signature contest back in June 21
link here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4508029.msg40590842#msg40590842

After the said date of announcement of winner, they never updated the thread on who won the contest so I took the time to send them a message and ask them to give us an update.

After that, they informed me that I was the winner but they still didn't update their thread.

Hi,

Sorry for the delay, You are the winner!

They've asked me to send them an invoice and I did but after that, no update again from them.


I've sent them another email on July 20 and asked again for an update and
this was Olegs' response:



I have no idea how they got scammed or if this was even real because I clearly sent them an invoice with my details.

so I asked them how they got scammed and they responded to me on

July 26


no words again after a few days and then

July 29


this was the last message I received from Oleg. Then he no longer responded on my email so I went to check if they were active here in the forum and turns out, they were actively managing their bounty.

Oleg was also seen in their telegram chat.


I tried messaging Oleg on telegram and all I get as a response was a "hi".

So I went to talk to another guy from their team, this Chirag Neb.

July 28


I was asking him why Oleg didn't sent the payment when he said that he will send the payment.


They were active on chat and was active in bitcointalk responding to their bounty thread here:

then he said Olegs' laptop was compromised
 

NOTE: I only got a response from them when I sent a message on their telegram chat. They were ignoring my pm on telegram.

August 2


August 7






August 10
208  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Overview of Bitcointalk Signature Campaigns with Merit Requirement on: August 11, 2018, 03:07:32 AM
I tried to provide a complementary list to the Mitchell's list as actually most of the campaigns listed above are not included in his list.
If you look on the last page of the thread, you can see an updated table in there. iirc mitchell doesn't update the OP daily.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=615953.msg43685955#msg43685955
BQT and IOU is not yet on the list since it's a new campaign.

I still agree with what pugman said. I do not think that another table is required. There isn't much campaigns that have merit requirements anyway.

I chose the merit requirement as the criterion of my list as I would like to shed light on these campaigns as it is efficient approach to reduce the spam in the forum in addition to the SMAS list approach.  
Believe me when I say that merits doesn't really solve the spams in the forum.

EDIT: Anyways, if you decide to keep this list you missed a new campaign today.
BlocVehicle requires 10 merits to be eligible for the campaign.
209  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Re: Unavailable to load bountysuite on: August 11, 2018, 02:44:36 AM
I don't have any trouble loading the page at this moment. Perhaps you could try a different web browser?
Or maybe clearing your cache might fix it?

I do see the loading animation btw, but it disappears after a couple of seconds.
I did tried opening it on another website and clearing the cache but still the same loading screen.

Anyway, I've just checked again and I am able to access the site now. Maybe the site was receiving too many traffic and delayed it's loading response on my end?

Its working for me have you tried resetting your modem?
I already tried with a different internet connection and with still the same result. Anyway, it fixed itself. Thanks to the both of you.
210  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Unavailable to load bountysuite on: August 10, 2018, 11:27:39 AM
I've been trying to access bountysuite for 2 days now and I'm still stuck with the loading sceeen.



My internet is stable. I can stream and download with no buffer but their page refuses to load.
Can someone access the site now?
211  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Does convince people to enjoy gambling is a wrong idea? on: August 10, 2018, 12:50:00 AM
I don’t think it is your responsibility to teach them about gambling because if you teach someone who is not interested in gambling then it would serve no purpose because in the first place they are not interested right? Only teach those who have somewhat background in gambling like casinos or something like that then they’d be interested on gambling too and that’s where you come in.

OP already stated that it was his friend that is asking him to tach him to gamble. Also what you said kinda not makes sense. Teaching someone can not result into addiction.
In some other scenario if your teacher taught you to make crochet, would that make you addicted into creating crochet? No? Because you being addicted is because you chose to be addicted. It's not the teachers fault.


It is all based on the people who have invest on gambling site. I see the people invested on gambling and made money at the same people invest on ICO and trading by loosing the money. Please go with the good gambling sites especially betting would be the nice option. I go with betting site and make investment much in ideal way. People always be greedy while they invest on gambling platform. They want to triple the money. Instead of that they can look around the best team or player who will win for sure. That idea will work without any loose in your gambling career.

I understand why you would suggest that investing in ICOs are somewhat the same when people uses their money in gambling. Both ICOs and gambling have their own risks but I think that it's riskier to put your money on the latter. At least in a successful ICO, you are guaranteed to get profit, that is if you know which ICO to put your money. Gambling on the other hand is a game of luck. The chance of taking home a profit is 50-50 and maybe even lower.
212  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: xbtfreelancer.com registration closed ? on: August 09, 2018, 09:10:31 PM
Just checked and they are indeed not accepting new accounts.
Alternatively you can use Coinality, Cryptogrind, Jobs4Bitcoin, Bitlancer or BitGigs if you are looking for jobs and get paid with bitcoin.


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Edited: BTW your post doesn't belong to service section move to discussion section.

I am so sorry. I wish I could.Unfortunately I have no clue how to move it there.

Meanwhile I am still unable to get in touch with the admin of xbtfreelancer.

You can do so bud by clicking the move topic button on the lower left part of your thread.



Or you or someone can report your thread and request the mods to move it in service discussion.

EDIT: I've reported your thread to be moved so the mods can do it for you. Smiley
213  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Tokens (Altcoins) / [ANN] ETHlight simplifying Travel, Hotel Stay & Shopping w/ Blockchain Solution on: August 09, 2018, 08:17:36 PM







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214  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Do you care about product? on: August 09, 2018, 04:56:23 PM
There are a lot of ICO with promising products. In fact, many projects launch ICO because they want to reach the next level and make a company more successful.


This is a case to case basis tho. Not every ICO have a legitimate product and even if they do, some doesn't even work on their product in the first place. I mean, I've seen ICO which have a good product to offer but after ICO it was never materialized. All words and promises, no actual completion.

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Do you use or plan using these products?
Well, ofcourse? Atleast those products that are actually good. If using their products have incentives then why not?
215  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Martingale and Roulette on: August 09, 2018, 05:32:01 AM
Hi guys is there anyone knowing anything about Martingale strategy? I'm new on it and i'd like to start to use it in online roulettes. Do u think that it worth trying using it if my budget is roughly 2kŁ? I found this guide https://casino.guru/roulette-scam-strategies and they say it's better not to use it; but i have friends who won real money thanks to that.
Can anyone giving me any further info about? Thanks very much  Smiley Smiley Smiley Smiley
Martingale, tho a good strategy for some, it comes with a high risk so I wouldn't be surprised if they don't recommend it. I personally simetimes play with this strategy on dice games and blackjack but I do not think it's profitable if you're not that lucky. Yes, I said lucky becuase imo you need luck to win any gamble even when you are using any strategies.
216  Economy / Gambling / Re: Poker site (Texas Hold Em) that accepts bitcoin on: August 08, 2018, 06:17:10 AM
Hello everyone!
Anyone here playing poker games in a btc accepted gambling sites? I am looking for sites to play with specifically playing Texas Hold Em.

I wanna your opinion and suggestions about which sites are good to play with Texas Hold ‘Em poker! Hope you can write down your list below.

Thanks!
You can check out bitcasino.io , You can click on the link that I have in my signature. Smiley
They have three games named Texas Hold'em Bitcoin, Texas Hold'em Satoshi, and Texas Hold'em High roller.
They have a welcome offer so you can take advatage of it as a new user when trying out their game.

You can also play on the following sites:

Betcoin, 1xbit, nitrogen, cloudbet, bitstarz, vegas casino.
217  Economy / Services / Re: 💥 FREE ANIMATED AVATAR NO PURCHASE - | Signature $100 | ANN | Video on: August 07, 2018, 06:49:12 PM
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218  Economy / Services / Re: [2 spots open!] 🚀 Bitcasino.io 🚀 [Signature Campaign] 🚀 [.015 BTC/week] on: August 07, 2018, 02:07:33 PM
Thanks for the payment for the 2nd week!
219  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: What are some of the best movies based on gambling? on: August 07, 2018, 07:39:24 AM
There is a list on IMDB here of the top 100 gambling themed movies with The Hangover (2009) as the most popular.
I don't enjoy watching people gamble as much as when I am the one gambling so I'm not into movie and I'm not aware if there are newly released movies this year or last year.
Surely you can find recommendations of good movies in google tho.
220  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Re: What is the best Bounty Hunting Platform? on: August 07, 2018, 04:52:30 AM
These are the most popular bounty hunting platforms so far. If there is better than them, then please share your ideas below. Wink
There is bountyhunters and they are currently hosting an ICO for their own token. The platform actually is good since stakes and potential token rewards are automatically counted.
So far, nothing beats bountyhive when it comes to numbers of participants but I think if ever amazix implement a platform where they can automate data then I think they will get more participants.
Legitizedrops also looks promising. I'm waiing to see your community grows.  Wink
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