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1  Economy / Services / Re: [1xBit.com] - CSGO: PGL MAJOR 2021 - Signature Campaign [OPEN] on: November 09, 2021, 06:26:29 PM
Document with selected Participants has been added.
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1q9YWHr0X21ShtgV-rbsos7XobZxTYVgkHdFmd--eww8/edit?usp=sharing

Positions Left: Number

Member: 0
Full Member: 8
Senior Member: 6
Hero Member: 9
Legendary Member: 9

Thanks for accepting.

How long will this campaign last?
2  Economy / Services / Re: [1xBit.com] - CSGO: PGL MAJOR 2021 - Signature Campaign [OPEN] on: November 09, 2021, 06:12:49 PM
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Hey boss! You need to make it public..
3  Economy / Services / Re: [1xBit] - CSGO: PGL MAJOR 2021 - Signature Campaign on: November 08, 2021, 06:09:44 PM
Bitcointalk Username: dodgrad
Bitcointalk Profile Link: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=640564
Rank: Hero Member
Current post count (including this one): 1079
BTC address for payouts: bc1qtfyjjvu5cx2clxqzcthferf603669mckflnlh6
4  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Online gambling or Casino gambling? on: March 03, 2020, 05:48:13 PM
I prefer convenience so my choice is online gambling I can play even I'm on my pajama and no one will even know if I want to keep it a secret while playing in an online gambling casino, compare to gambling casinos where I have to travel and many can see be going and besides playing in gambling casinos will lead you to play long hours and put on more money.

Of course it's much more convenient to play at home, but classic casinos have their own atmosphere. In my opinion, it's much better to play Black Jack or Roulette with a real croupier than on a computer screen. Another thing is with the bookmaker, it is much more convenient to bet online at home, because you can have time and peace to think about your bets.
5  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: [ BOXING ]: Anthony Joshua vs Kubrat Pulev on: March 03, 2020, 05:05:13 PM
Not a good fight IMO, that's why I like Wilder and Fury as they are not afraid of taking big fights on opponent that as good as them.

Joshua now fighting a boxer that was a very low chance of beating him, this would not sell as expected, believe me.

Really?

Kubrat Pulev 29 fights: 28-0-1 isnt just a number for a boxer that can easily be achieve and you do tell that he do have low chance of beating him up? I dont think so.
Kubrat might not be popular as AJ but i do see this one can really match up.Those numbers arent lies for something to tell about on not being capable.

Kubrat Pulev  record is impressive but I would stick with my stand that AJ would win this easily.
It's not only me who think that AJ would win this easily, the betting odds tells clearly and that replicates of what majority thinks about this fight.

Pulev fully deserved, with his results, to wear the championship belt for a while, but also in my opinion, Joshua is unreachable for him.
Majority is not mistaken this time.
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: Future of bounty campaign. on: February 27, 2020, 05:21:48 AM
I think that the bounty campaigns would be more strict in the future and not just the bounty but also the BTC campaigns,
They are now having a strict policy in order to be accepted on their project I have seen some signature campaign(BTC) that requires 5 or more merit received in the past 120 days,
And when it comes to bounty they are also having some restriction but only for those who have negative trust.
I think sooner or later we would see that the bounty campaign(alt-coins) would also be strict when it comes to rank the BTC campaigns right now only accept members up only and I think the alt-coin campaign would also do it too.

It is noticeable that the campaigns are becoming more strict. However, when it comes to bounty that pays in tokens, for developers the quality of posts is not as important as for projects paying in BTC. I think that the largest number of participants and the largest range of promotion is more important for bounty. Mainly because rates are divided in percents (in stakes) and are not fixed as in BTC paid campaigns.
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: Future of bounty campaign. on: February 27, 2020, 02:57:37 AM
I don't think the future of the bounty will be positive. The popularity of bounty companies was in 2017 and I think it will not happen again. Now the company's bounty is just an extra way to make money in crypto.

Bounty campaign has always been just to earn extra money. I can't imagine anyone treating a bounty as a full time job. It is true that the glory days of ICO projects passed, but there is still a chance that they will be back.

These projects, which were supposed to fail because of the bear market, have long been forgotten by everyone. Now those projects that have survived have a chance - if they manage to achieve success and prices start to rise, investors will again start looking for good ICO projects and good times for bounty may come back.
8  Economy / Services / Re: EuroGamblers Signature Campaign (Hero and Legendary only- 0.025 BTC per week) on: February 06, 2020, 09:34:00 PM
Username:  dodgrad
BTC address (Segwit): bc1qa8j4gxu3vcajgnmwwkzvsr4rjsr8hkq746mdzu
9  Economy / Services / Re: [OPEN] 🔥🎲Luckydice.com Signature Campaign🎲🔥 - ⭐ Senior, Hero & Legendary ⭐ on: January 29, 2020, 03:22:35 AM
Bitcointalk Name: Docnaster
Current Post Count: 1012
Amount of Merit EARNED in the last 120 Days: 10
BTC Address: 3FZypkizo6Zq5H1s4KvgCrG9fPhc6v2RoQ

Bitcointalk Name: hello_good_sir
Current Post Count: 1193
Amount of Merit EARNED in the last 120 Days: 10
BTC Address: bc1q98s842eej6c3a8ly038ytxeqllrn7tvsyj473e

Thank you OP.

Bitcointalk Name: AicecreaME
Current Post Count: 1042 (including this one)
Amount of Merit EARNED in the last 120 Days: 70
BTC Address:


I will update everything that is needed when I'm accepted, cheers.  Wink

Bitcointalk Name: Tytanowy Janusz
Current Post Count: 1645
Amount of Merit EARNED in the last 120 Days: 113
BTC Address: bc1qd6zq2aur9cp53ndvjelfx4v5natfhcx7nugd6g

Bitcointalk Name: deisik
Current Post Count: 22908
Amount of Merit EARNED in the last 120 Days: 26
BTC Address: 15ude7kyiDbqGSH36FbcyRm1bHq37nxcLN
Will update everything if accepted

Bitcointalk Name: CryptopreneurBrainboss
Current Post Count: 2351
Amount of Merit EARNED in the last 120 Days: 200+
BTC Address: bc1qzyzc6pwl43as78s92skn39wdcduqq600lf7flq

PS: cancelled application and I'll wait for a future open slot. My current campaign ends at the end of the month (3days times) so can't remove signature immediately I'm accepted. Sorry for the inconveniences.

All accepted, welcome to the campaign. @CryptopreneurBrainboss you can leave your current signature on for the next days and change to Luckydice signature afterwards then.

All accepted users should note, that if you have already put the signature on for your application, please update it again, since there were some minor changes made lately. And don't forget to put Luckydice.com as personal text under your avatar.

Thank you for the opportunity to participate in this campaign, signature, avatar, and text are already update. Smiley

I must admit that a better choice could not be made. You can get to know a professional manager by what he does. Bravo! Well done!
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: Can Ethereum reach the 1400$ mark this year? on: January 28, 2020, 06:23:24 PM
I think Ethereum has the biggest opportunities for price increases this year. However, two things must happen. First, the planned hardfork must go as planned and without unpleasant surprises, and secondly, the Bitcoin upward trend must start. If both of these things happen this year it's almost certainly at the end of this year we'll see the price of $1,400 for 1 ETH
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: Bitcoin SV Could It Reach All Time Highs? on: January 28, 2020, 05:39:42 PM
It has already labelled as a washtrading coin. https://bitcoinist.com/bitcoin-sv-pump-labeled-wash-trading/

Their plan just try to fool the buyers by spreading if bitcoin shit vision is really worth coin to invest. Look at some people were shilling it right now and you will see if they are keep saying it as good coin.
I didn't knew that BSV was classified as a wash trading coin but it makes complete sense, I have never trusted in CW and each time he appears on the news it bothers me because he is bringing a very bad name not only to bitcoin but also to satoshi, and at least bitcoin can defend itself by showing that it is a good coin and that it is never going to be surpassed by his fork, but satoshi cannot defend himself since he has been away from the public eye for so long.

Satoshi and Bitcoin don't have to defend themselves. Craig is just a liar and his behavior is nothing but price manipulation just for making money. From the beginning, the creation of Bitcoin SV was and is just a manipulation. It's really just a copy of Bitcoin with a small change, and Craig tries to cheat everyone that it's real Bitcoin. Stay away from this man and all his projects.
12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: Future of bounty campaign. on: January 27, 2020, 12:40:49 PM
Bounty hunting is still fair, they just requires more energy unlike in the past where you can rely on few projects you promote, to get something good out of bounties today you have to do a lot of work and join many bounties
yes bounty this days requires a lot of work compared before, but what is alarming is you put all the effort you can give but in the end you wont get anything.
scam probability is higher at this time than the past. We should realise that one
No matter how hard we work, it wont affect much. We still have chance to get scam by bounty
It means we have high possibility to waste our time by doing bounty. Many people dont realize this bcz they think it is free. But actually it is not free. They waste their time and energy

Of course bounty hunters will be scammed, but not everyone. I have seen bounty hunters join campaigns that have ended long ago, so I'm sure if they don't check such basic information, they don't check the project at all. Those bounty hunters who learn to check the project thoroughly will be much less likely to be scammed.
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: Investing in Alts instead of Bitcoin for far greater returns (or losses) on: January 23, 2020, 12:18:32 PM
The risk is that we don't know for sure if the bear market is over. At this point, we could definitely find a few altcoins that fell to the bottom and have great potential for growth. However, if the bear market lasts a few more months, it may turn out that Altcoin, which now has very good possibility to growth, will be dead in a few months.
14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: Bitcoin & Its Momentum on: January 23, 2020, 11:40:27 AM
I thought that after the last correction we will have further increases until breaking the $10k level. Unfortunately, but today's further drops do not look positive and it looks like the price will continue to go down. Let's just hope that the falls will not last long and we will see a rebound during the week, or less.
15  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: Will 2020 be bearish as well? on: January 23, 2020, 03:30:44 AM
Why would I think that 2020 is going to be bearish again?

Nah,, 2020 is going to be a good year for the market, (bitcoin and altcoins) because this year we are going to see major changes and the price recovery is going to happen, halving is one of the big reason why it's going to happen, that's why I believe and I mark it in the stone.

I don't see how OP even considers 2019 to be that bearish. The price of Bitcoin went from a little over $3,000 to finishing over $7000. I would actually call that the start of a bull run. If this continues throughout this year, which there's no indication it will with the halving and all happening, then no I don't see a bearish market in 2020. More than likely it will be the complete opposite and we'll hopefully end up in a full blown bull market this year.

I also think the previous year was not bad for Bitcoin. I think most people are disappointed that Altcoins prices have not moved at all and are at the bottom. However, I think that after halving there will be a bull run, which will also involve Altcoins prices. If growth does not start before halving, then it must definitely happen in the second half of this year. I think that at the end of this year we will all be very happy.
16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: What about WAVES? No one talks about it anymore! on: January 23, 2020, 02:44:11 AM
Unfortunately, but probably all ICO projects that were created on the Waves platform have collapsed. This does not create a good opinion about this project. Also, the behavior of developers was very strange and many investors disliked it. The long-lasting bear market has led to the collapse of many projects, I think Waves is the largest of them.
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: Bull Run or Bull Trap on: January 23, 2020, 02:08:21 AM
I see that everyone is very optimistic about the future, but in my opinion this correction - $ 500 is not a sign that there will be no further price drops. It is possible that there will be a bull run after halving, but when it comes to the current market situation I am not sure that the bear market is over. Better be carefull guys.
18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: DO YOU feeL THE MARKET WILL CRASH TOO ? on: January 22, 2020, 05:04:04 PM


You know when they told us that the bullrun will probably happen in the future just like how it worked in the past which they mean history repeats itself.
They also mean that the CRASH in 2018 could also once again happen as history could repeat itself over and over.

You and me and the rest of us are probably on the look out when it will happen so we can dump our coins to stablecoins because I don't want in my entire life to once again experience the loss we lose this bear market.

After all, the whole history of Bitcoin price is the history of bubbles and crashes. I am also sure that the bull run will come and will be followed by another bear market. Maybe even bigger than the one we are observing now. At the moment we see how many altcoins have died and will never rise again. I think an even bigger crash will completely clean shitcoins from the cryptocurrency market.
19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: Future of bounty campaign. on: January 22, 2020, 04:13:17 PM
I think it is healthier to see bounties as a way to make a small amount of money, or to get in for free on promising new projects. The days when you could make a solid income from bounties have long gone. It is important not to have unrealistic expectations.

I wouldn't focus too much on gaining merit for the next forum rank, it's not the case that there are huge bounty payouts if you are senior or hero... just enjoy the forum and try to make useful contributions, and you will gain some merit naturally. But don't regard merit or high rank as a gateway to lucrative bounties, that's not really the case anymore.

I agree that when it comes to bounty campaigns, rank doesn't matter now. Yesterday I reviewed several bounty campaigns and the new ones do not have a signature campaign at all. And it is the signature campaign where rank matters most. Now even Newbie can participate in bounty campaigns, and if he has social media accounts with lots of followers, he can earn interesting rewards.
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: January end , can BTCtouch 9k? on: January 22, 2020, 03:31:21 PM
Bitcoin touched 9K USD two days ago, and is now at 8600 $, this is good news, and the possibility of BTC will reach not only 9K USD after this January, is likely and hopes that BTC will be more able to reach 10K USD. But yes all of that is predictable and requires a process, while altcoin on this day is evenly distributed on prices, there are ups and downs and there is stagnation at a price point. We all hope that the positive trend of BTC continues to be accompanied by good news about crypto in the world.
Yeah I agree, Bitcoin can reach more than 9k in January and even I predict it can reach more than 10k. Right now I think the price of Bitcoin is being corrected, so after a correction the price of Bitcoin usually can go higher than before.
We only have more than a week to see whether the value will rise to that level, though it's been touched earlier and reached $9,100+
It's still a question if this correction will push the value back and will try to achieve more.
Holders needs to keep trusting and waiting for the next ride, till they earned the value that they've waiting for.

I think this has the effect of the influence of the Chinese New Year, after the Chinese New Year celebration whether the BTC can still survive and go up or down. And it must be remembered that China is a crypto-holding country with fantastic numbers, even those who are accustomed to crypto in their daily lives, it is clear this has a huge impact on today's BTC prices. And has there been bad news lately regarding crypto? the answer is nonexistent, different from 3-4 months ago at which time there was a lot of oblique news about altcoin and the upheaval of a country's government policies that are closely related to crypto.

I agree that at the moment we have an advantage of very good information about cryptocurrencies, and the negative ones have definitely decreased. This shows that market sentiment is improving very much.
In my opinion, the end of the Chinese year is a very good chance for a price increase. I think the price of Bitcoin will behave very much after January 25, as it did at the beginning of January.
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