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1  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: What Type of Gambler Am I? on: July 04, 2022, 01:36:53 PM
Me too - thank God I am not addicted, I do it for fun. Once in a while.
Gambling has costed me and my friends a huge loose so we have stopped gambling and we are more into productive activities - trying to avoid alcohol and gambling both. It kills if done in excess.
We have those scenarios in our lives that we've witnessed people close to us that have lost a lot of money due to gambling. We know how it looks like and the feeling can also be there because we've seen them face to face on how they've reacted. If we're the casual type, yeah, thank goodness that we're like that and we don't have to exert that much effort in recovering all of our losses because it's known that we've done it for entertainment purpose. But, it cannot be removed that there goes the ones that are professional and gambling for living.
2  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: To build your Professionalism on casino on: July 04, 2022, 09:20:02 AM
If gambling becomes toxic and it's already affecting your daily normal life and as well as your relationship with your wife and relatives, you see already the red flag. The problem is on you and you need to know your priorities first before commitment and going back to gamble.
It's more important to look at the perspective that you're gambling freely and there's no problem that you're building with this activity. That's going to make your gambling easier and lighter.
3  Economy / Gambling / Re: Slotella.com ᐅ Be the Game, Beat the Game! | 50% up to 2,000 Highroller Bonus on: July 04, 2022, 07:58:14 AM
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That guy, based on his preference is looking for slot-only casino and that maybe you suit to what he's looking for.

Let's be clear Smiley

If you are not a suspicious player (usually between 5% and 7% of players are identified as suspicious) We can guarantee that we will not ask for KYC on withdrawals.

We dont have any restrictions for VPN yet. (except USA and UK) But, some game providers are able to detect the VPN. We dont have the authority for this.
Good to know these things because these questions are the usual ones that's being asked for clarifications. I think it's better for you to put add this to your first post so that anyone can see it quickly.
4  Economy / Economics / Re: COVID had widened the gap between world's richest and poorest on: July 03, 2022, 09:48:06 PM
When Covid, many businesses are bankrupt
Majority were bankrupt because of the fear of being contracted and as well as the mandate of most governments that only the essentials shall be on their operations. But, those essentials that are in line with their business towards the covid-19 and related to health, they prospered during this time.

those who have large capital can certainly be stronger because naturally competitors die, this is what makes the rich more richer, and when economic conditions begin to recover, it takes a long time for New Comer to be able to shift.
It's part of business, you get to eliminate the competitor of yours in anyway that you can and those bigger businesses have seen the opportunity during the pandemic.
5  Economy / Gambling / Re: risk of kyc on crypto casinos ? on: July 03, 2022, 08:48:48 PM
Perhaps it is more useful if players take into account in advance that casinos will always ask for a KYC.
Most of them will when it's needed to be asked. But if you don't have any problem with that, just gamble and be happy as you play. And if that worries you, there's no need to think of it as it will only be required when you'll be having big withdrawals or your deposits are questionable including your wins.

If you really don't want to participate in the KYC, I think you should do good research beforehand. But in principle, more and more sites will perform the KYC as a check. Usually only luckily once and it can also be completed quickly.
There are also casinos that don't ask for it based on the feedback of many players that have played and you just really have to look for them out.
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Biggest mistake in crypto? on: July 03, 2022, 07:57:31 PM
The worst decision when selling an asset at a low price while the asset is still growing right now is BNB when I sell BNB at a very low price and I think the price of BNB will stay at $10 only then so when I buy BNB at a rate of $5 even though I get 100% profit from the purchase but if I was more patient and didn't release it then with a sizeable amount of tokens then I could get the current BNB price.
That's a basic mistake that everyone does. Me either, I've done and sold a lot when the prices where too low because I have to and in need of money.
It's been used properly and I guess I just have to make my mind that money was spent in good use and faith so, whenever I reminisce that moment of selling.
I'm thinking that was put into good use and there's no need to regret, that's my way of giving myself a pat on my own back.
7  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Does bitcoin dump have any impact on gamblers ? on: July 02, 2022, 10:45:59 PM
The relation of it will depend on how much he has bought that bitcoin on his account. If it's during the high and he's got stuck there with 1 bitcoin, it matters a lot to that gambler. He can withdraw it and still get 1 bitcoin but the current price of it matters because it's no longer the same as high as it was during his purchase. That's the actual matter of it but if a gambler uses most of the time altcoins, then there's also the same relation on it but there is the feeling on how easier it is to gamble with those.
Maybe those who gambled using Bitcoin he bought it at the high Bitcoin price at that time, and maybe he did it because he saw the Bitcoin price was going down.

And in my opinion there is no need to gamble and bet using your Bitcoin, it is very ineffective to do, it is better if you want to gamble bet with the dollars you have or with other altcoins even though now the market is down as well as the price of the altcoins, this is not too hard to do when compared to risking Bitcoin, don't just because the price of Bitcoin is decreasing don't let you be fooled by this.
We all have decisions to make and even if you've bought the bitcoin you have at a high price, you can still use it at any price you want and when gambling cravings hit you. Then, you have to spend as much as you can and the price won't matter to you anymore.
I'm just applying what I think of gambling with bitcoin and if it's good for me to spend it then the price won't be a thing or two. I'll just use it if I want to and that's going to be a big problem to me.
8  Economy / Gambling / Re: Disgusting beitsler on: July 02, 2022, 09:50:01 PM
That's extreme frustration that you have there which can be seen in your words. Not the first time I've seen someone's rage and converted that into his words as obvious.
Just as what the others have been advising and teaching you the right thing to do, you're good enough that you're able to tell us what has happened but no one can help you here unless you talk directly to them.
9  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: 8 Mistake People Make When Investing In Crypto on: July 02, 2022, 10:24:41 AM
It ain't no problem investing only to one crypto if it's bitcoin. Diversification isn't bad but if you're a maximalist, it's also not a problem because I've seen those maxis that have been made well, and even until now, there are plenty of them that are just silent.
There also goes those investors that have been holding for long even before the 2017 bull run and never sold up to this point along with the last bull run of bitcoin that hit $69k.
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Just my one cent advice on: July 02, 2022, 08:47:13 AM
Anyone noticing new projects still raising millions of dollars? Mohash and Dynamic for example,
They're just at the beginning and you'll never know what's next. Yeah, there are still projects that can manage to raise millions of dollars. But, that doesn't mean that they're already successful. Well, the first phase is but we don't know if the actual project will be the same as the first phase.
Raising millions of dollars means they are connected, it doesn't say anything about anyone at all. How? Well, let me put it this way, if you give me 50k today, and arrange friendship with a few big launchpads and a few exchanges, I am done, you will see me raising 10+ million dollars easily.

I will simply use that 50k on marketing, get myself on the biggest and greatest launchpads and not just one, I would do like 5 of them on each different week, and then I will be listed on a good exchange. Of course not many have this kind of connection, but if you do, and you can? Then you would be easily getting those millions of dollars without even having a good product.
Well, sounds good but not anyone can do that easily. Those that are able to raise millions, they've got it planned very well and they know how to market.
At first, it's all about marketing, and then if they are successful, that comes next with the project's mission and vision and what it is intended to make.
11  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Does bitcoin dump have any impact on gamblers ? on: July 01, 2022, 11:23:37 PM
You are right, it will only affects him if he will going to withdraw it. But as long as it is still in his wallet, there's no problem on it. In terms of the figures, if he has an asset in bitcoin it will be the same but the value will change. Most of the gambler I knew are using doge instead of btc,but it's all depends on the gambler if he really needs to convert it to usdt or fiat.
The relation of it will depend on how much he has bought that bitcoin on his account. If it's during the high and he's got stuck there with 1 bitcoin, it matters a lot to that gambler. He can withdraw it and still get 1 bitcoin but the current price of it matters because it's no longer the same as high as it was during his purchase. That's the actual matter of it but if a gambler uses most of the time altcoins, then there's also the same relation on it but there is the feeling on how easier it is to gamble with those.
12  Economy / Gambling / Re: Looking for perfect slot base casino on: July 01, 2022, 06:20:50 PM
Alot of users here have suggested I play on multi-chain casinos that offer slots games as one of their games, but what am looking for is how to see single and slot dedicated sites I have my reasons for this.
I think it's better for you to compile all of those slots websites that have been suggested to you and tell us what you've picked and where you've played.
And based on your experience upon trying them all (if you want to), that will give us an idea of the niche you're telling us should be exciting since the majority of us are into combined slots and other games.
13  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: You can avoid most scams by simply keeping your private key/seed to yourself on: July 01, 2022, 05:10:45 PM
It is like the victim is voluntarily going to hand out his private keys or seed phrases to that scammy website. I feel bad mostly for the newbie victims because this isn't just a crypto-related thing. This type of scam or phishing also happens in other industries like the banking industry where a link is being put to trick the victim into that they've done a transaction that was never authorized by the owner. So, this is the same as that and everyone just have to be aware of this tactic to avoid it.
14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Just my one cent advice on: July 01, 2022, 04:15:18 PM
Anyone noticing new projects still raising millions of dollars? Mohash and Dynamic for example,
They're just at the beginning and you'll never know what's next. Yeah, there are still projects that can manage to raise millions of dollars. But, that doesn't mean that they're already successful. Well, the first phase is but we don't know if the actual project will be the same as the first phase.

I think new projects will replace lots of top altcoins in coming years and my advice to young investors is to find new projects to mix with their portfolio, remember that Matic, Polkadot, Avalnache are once all new projects in 2018/2019..
That's always the cycle but it's still better to get and lean on those established projects already.
15  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Gambling and MLM Schemes on: June 30, 2022, 11:31:15 PM
They are totally different, where have you heard that gambling is the same MLM scheme? Because of the referrals? That's not how it goes and it's just an incentive for the casinos that has a referral program.
In MLM, you earn actually on referring someone and selling products to other customers. While in gambling, you gamble and you have no idea if you'll win or lose for that day.
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Yes i think the admin in person of lightlord have being following up with events in this thread, and as it is there have not been strong cases of violations or accusations against the casino. This indicates that the admin may have decided to operate in silence.
They surely follow this thread and only check if there are complaints that they have to solve. But if it remains to be a thread of discussions all about the casino, there's no need for them to be active and join unless it's very much needed.
This is part of their platform and to see that some complainants are posting in here, they probably really are checking the thread out for them to solve any problem a customer of theirs dealing with.
17  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Alt coins are About to pump again! on: June 30, 2022, 04:02:35 PM
In this case, this is a positive signal for the market.
It's not a signal but just a prediction made by someone who can also be done by anyone in here.

If this is the case, then soon the cryptocurrency rates will slowly creep up again.
That will be bound there soon once we get out of the bear. It's not going to be the bear forever and for a long time but after this, we have to go through with another bull again and many altcoins could be up again but I don't want to give that too much expectation.
18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Downfall still possible? on: June 30, 2022, 12:22:49 PM
Some very good coins out there have lost 95% of their value already is it possible to see more down fall?
Yes. It's likely that many of them could reach just like what happened to the old and new Luna.

I'm throwing this to those that are present in last bear market, marketcap and volume is over millions of dollars and price is 95% down?  Shocked :I downfall still possible? For example Metahero.
Yes, still possible. Volume speaks for the current trade and it's most likely a pump and dump scenario where the whales are just waiting for those traders who will catch the falling knives for that particular altcoin.
19  Economy / Gambling / Re: Bitcoin Casinos Vs Ethereum Casinos on: June 29, 2022, 10:10:53 PM
From your point of view, are you saying ETH is more preferable to use or what?
That is the only disadvantage when it comes of using that network, probably we use another network if they support such to reduced the much expenses, today we have many gambling site which allows deposit/withdrawal with Trc20, doge, Ltc and many more but of all people still prefer using bitcoin.
Well, I've said this.
Well, no doubt with ETH. The fee is really quite high and it's not ideal for small transfers but for huge transactions, you will not mind the fee as you deposit.
And I've said that if you've got a huge transfer, it won't matter to you. Because like having a $100 to $1k worth of ETH transaction, will you mind paying those fees? I don't think that you'll be that delicate to pay that much for sending it.
But as you've said, there's a way to reduce the transaction fee for ETH transactions and that's why choosing the other chain but it all depends if the casino has that support for other chains specifically for ETH.
20  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Newbies: Don't panic and learn to hold on: June 29, 2022, 05:21:23 PM
I would suggest, in times of panic, just get distracted from crypto overall.

Find something that will help you to forget about your investment. Dont check prices/portfolio everyday, focus on your other everyday activities.
Good, advice. Look elsewhere for your distraction and just keep your portfolio if you're long term. That's an effective thing to do if you can't take it anymore but you're believing that long term holding will make you successful here.
It doesn't need to be that extreme or what, you just need to remove your attention temporarily in the market so that you won't be thinking anything like forcing yourself to sell because, you might even think of it despite having losses.

Exactly! Sometimes I feel like the whole of design of some portfolios (all those red arrows/ red losses) is design is such a way that trigger some panic especially among newbies/new investors. I always advice to new investors to find some sort of a hobby that is NOT about finances. If you believe in a long term investment, whats the point to check it every day?
The point is to see if the market did today and that's why we've been checking it at all times. I've been there and done that and it's really sad to see that the market is against to us at the moment.
But during the time that we're in the bull run, it's been so happy and it feels like it will never stop. And now that it's the time that we need to consider of being wiser through accumulation, that's what we need to do.
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