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2461  Other / Off-topic / Am I the only one who enjoys using the emoticons? on: February 23, 2016, 01:17:05 AM
So lately I noticed tha every time I am posting I tend to use the emojis here in the forum.
I find it odd when I looked at my recent post I didn't noticed that it seem like I have been using it too much. Cheesy
Well I like using it because it gives emotion to my post. It feels like without an emoji, the sentence tha I trype seem like a thoughless words.  Cheesy Roll Eyes
Does anybody in here does the same with emojis? or is it just me who uses it so often? Huh
2462  Economy / Micro Earnings / How much would a faucet cost me? on: February 23, 2016, 01:11:33 AM
Hey guys! I was thinking of making my own faucet. So I have a few questions to those who has their own.

Is faucet profitable until today?
How can I monetize it?
What is the initial deposit or how much bitcoin will I need to supply my faucet idealy for a weekly budget?
Do you have some scripts in ere for a secure faucet?
Are there risk tha I will not get any profit from it and just lose my coins?

Detailed explanation will really be appreciated guys!
thanks in advance!
2463  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Gambling problem on: February 23, 2016, 12:23:17 AM
Everyone that is gambling have all a gambling proble. But I think that is very normal. People like it to do.
And it is very fun to do, but we all hope that more people is going to stop gambling so they can save their money.
I think not all gambler have problem.
and there is no need to be healed. there are many people who are lucky and win at gambling, they do not need to be healed
I think the guy is referring to those people that are addicted to gambling. I also hope those kind of people will come up with their senses and don't take gambling so serious as like it can bring them so much money. Greed is one thing that makes them addcted in it. It's unfortunate that I know tons of people who are like this and Ive seen them complaining and regreting that they have gambled all that they have.
Gambling is okay but take it to moderation as like a drug, it can be addicting and what is too much is never good.
2464  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Gambling can be profitable in the long run! It is possible! on: February 23, 2016, 12:18:28 AM
It''s really possible imo. Especially if you have big bankroll, not greedy and have a good mentality. I mean not rage and doubling or more your bets when you losing your bets.
big amount just give you chance for make more big lost. what is the advantages for big banroll can hel profitable long run ?

I think big bankroll saves you from loosing. I mean if you are betting  small amounts then if you have the right strategy and a bigger bankroll to sustain a longer betting time then for some reason I think mirtangle will work at some point and if you are luvky and you bet big you can recover all your loses. I think it's a matter of luck still. Without luck you will be a gonner. Cheesy
2465  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Premium Tips (W1---- L0) on: February 23, 2016, 12:15:08 AM
I just saw your tread about you being a girl tipster. Is that for real? lol. Cheesy
Anyway, good start mate! keep up the good picks and earn much profit from it.
If you can win 3 consecutive wins then I might follow your pick. Goodluck! Wink
2466  Economy / Gambling / Re: bustabit.com -- The Social Gambling Game (formerly moneypot.com) on: February 23, 2016, 12:04:39 AM
Tongue Since when was the withdrawal fee for bustabit 200 bits? (It used to be 100 bits, didn't it?)

Anyway, I'd just like to say that's the third time I've lost big on bustabit on going all-in to make up for the withdrawal fee, this time going for a 1.01x.
(And guess what happened? A 0.00x came along! Hello, Murphy's law.) Ryan, you're so evil! Grin  (It's not entirely your fault, I was a bit greedy)

I feel like it's always been 200 bits, but I may be wrong on that. A few other sites I gamble on also have a 20k satoshi withdrawal fee, so it seems like maybe more sites have maybe increased to supply higher transaction fees?
Old member here to say until recently it was 100, but more expensive transactions made him change it

Transaction fee has changed? I just played like a week ago and the fee was only 100 bits.
I was playing since last year and it has always been 100 bits.
I didn't know it has changed today?
2467  Economy / Economics / Re: Oil and bitcoin on: February 22, 2016, 04:00:31 PM
Oil price has really nothing to do with bitcoin. The oil price fall because of the productions on the oil countries. Sooner the price will regain it's thread again as I have heard some rumours that these countries will held production. Anyway, bitcoin will not be affected by it. Oil is a commodity, bitcoin is a currency.
2468  Economy / Gambling / Re: Sites like bustabit on: February 22, 2016, 03:55:31 PM
I can't think of any game like bustabit but if you are looking for a simple game then I can recommend Primedice, crypto-games.net and 777 coins, check it on the link on my signature.
Goodluck with your gambling mate! Cheesy
2469  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: A lucky gambler wraps up 200 BTC profit at BetKing on: February 22, 2016, 01:47:38 PM

2000 BTC? I wonder how could he even risk such a big amount and gamble it. Winning 10% profit is definitely worth it.

If you want to win big profit then you really need a high bankroll. It's not surprising that the guy has a 2000 BTC in his bankroll with his 200BTC profit.
I hardly see people with low bankroll win some nice big profit.
2470  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Any advantages from gambling? on: February 22, 2016, 01:36:39 PM
There advantages such as Gambling can be fun if you don't take gambling so seriously.
It can be more fun when you gamble among with your friends and family.
Also Gambling teaches you lessons about risking what you have and teaces you when to stop and be contented on what you have. Cheesy
2471  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Gambling can be profitable in the long run! It is possible! on: February 22, 2016, 01:33:21 PM
Gambling can only be profitable for those who knows how to play.
There are people who actually take gambling so seriously that they will be more than willing to risk all that they have to take profit from gambling but I hardly see people who successfully did it. They may win some but as far as I can see the percentage of loses are still greater.
2472  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Gambling. Is It Wrong? on: February 22, 2016, 01:29:44 PM
Gambling is very wrong this is because of the people that are getting addicting because of it, they get in a lot of problems.
A lot of people are even get in debts because of the gambling problems they have, its a waste of time if you gamble.

As long as you gamble with responsible , gamble is not wrong at all. But since gambling can be addicted and lead into crime, many country forbid gambling activity for their good. I can understand that but in other side , gambling also help for creating job to unemployee

responsible or not, the time has been wasted can never return. and i think responsible will go down when addiction goes up.
no where need gambling for creating jobs. tons of other things can do it without creating much more problem.

The only good way to gamble is to view it as a form of entertainment and nothing more. If you take gambling so seriously then it will lead to addiction. You cannot fight the urge to gamble and hope to win. I once had a problem with gambling where I never stopped until I took back all my loses. Greatfully I have overcome that part of me so I have been gambling now for just plain fun.
2473  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: I got a random deposit of 0.0025 Btc on: February 22, 2016, 01:20:16 PM
Someone must have mistakenly sent it to your address. Oh well, lucky you, and unfortunate to the one who sent it wrongly. Hope those coins go to a right person. Don't waste it on gambling. Cheesy It might be small but it still has a value. Cheesy Cheesy
2474  Economy / Services / Re: YoBit.Net - Signature Campaign - Realtime Payouts (daily) on: February 22, 2016, 12:59:46 PM

Yes, I do know that now :p too bad i didn't as a newbie jr. member..
Lol. We all know that ponzi is some kind of robbery. I'm pretty sure you are also aware of that. The forum is not tolerating any form of fraud.
You can make an account but I think that can still be traced and you will once again get a red tag if someone in DT finds out that it is you. Well goodluck. Next time hink about the things you do first before doing something that is against the rule or frowned upon in here.

Edit: Btw, I think you are actually a candidte for a ban. Cheesy You've been posting mostly in the investor-based games and digital goods section and your post are really not that constructive. Refrain from posting insubstantial post mate. You are gonna regret it if you want to keep earning from signature, put more thought with your posts.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=714733;sa=showPosts
2475  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Is bitcoin better or paypal? on: February 22, 2016, 12:54:23 PM
For me it depends on what kind of transaction are you dealing with. Both has its pros and cons. But I actually prefer bitcoin than paypal. Bitcoin is much more reliable and accessible for me. Also bitcoin has a lower fee and as for me I feel safe using bitcoin because it has no chargeback option.
2476  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: NBA 2015-16 Regular Season Discussion on: February 22, 2016, 12:45:01 PM
Toronto vs. Knicks
Toronto -4

The Toronto Raptors are one of the best teams in the league. New York has an edge with Kristaps Porzingis and Anthony down low but it won’t be enough. I'm expecting Lowry and DeRozan to dominate in a convincing road win. Cheesy
2477  Economy / Invites & Accounts / Re: [WTS] Bitcoin-related Twitter accounts, list of 20 to choose from on: February 22, 2016, 12:40:46 PM
Are you trying to sell the username? not the account?

More likely he is. I visited each accounts posted in here and all of it didn't really have much followers, the max I could remember was 100 followers. No tweets even.

@ OP Why are you selling these with a very high price? I can't think of any reason why someone would buy a $100 twitter account that doesn't evwn have followers and worst they are not wvw active accounts.  Undecided
2478  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin puzzle [13/14] in address 3DfD6K4raTMZGrdMP69RRo9EUTLbAanQWX on: February 21, 2016, 04:54:19 PM
I really would like to help but I'm afraid I don't understand how this works
Haha. Same here. I always find thjs kind of technical puzzles regardig bitcoin and blockchains but I couldn't understand a thing. I was hoping one day I will learn the basics of the blockchain technology and all and finally have a say o this kind o puzzles. I reall fin it cool that some people knows about this. Cheesy
2479  Other / Off-topic / Re: In 20 years, what would you like to do with your bitcoin? on: February 21, 2016, 04:51:17 PM
If...
Bitcoin hit $1,000,000:
Provably I will buying mining equipments to get more coins and then I will buy my own house and provably live in anoter country. That is my dream and if ever bitcoin reached this price, I will be able to grasps them. Cheesy

Bitcoin hit  $1,000 again:
Provably will still be doing the same way as I do today. I will earn more btc, save them and hope that it will rise again.

Bitcoin stayed where it was:
Same thing as I am doing right now. I've been saving my coins ad also uses ih to save for my education. I'm currently trying trading so if trading is still profitable by then , then I'll be doing the same thing.

Bitcoin became worthless, or a few cents:
This wont provably happen so I can't really think of much but if ever the price contines to drop then I will have to sell all my coins before it happens. Then I will buy again with hope that it will sky rocket again. Cheesy

And which of these do you think is most probable?

More likely the $1000 price. It's possible I think with the current market movement. The others can also happen. Well all is provable and we can't really predict what is going to happen with bitcoin n the future.
Let's just hope for the best. Cheesy
2480  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Can any one tell me... which is the best cloud mining site?? on: February 21, 2016, 04:28:56 PM
Bitcoin cloud mining will never be profitable anymore. Specially right after the upcomming halving, Hash power will cost much more and you will only get a neatuve profit from it unless you will purchase tons of hash power. Also I find it hard to see cloud mining websites to stay legut for a very long time.
I you want tomine, buy a hardware, don't rely on cloud mining. You will only lose your money in it.
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