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1  Economy / Services / Re: Promoting your Project, i have experience on: May 23, 2020, 12:22:15 PM
Can you share a screenshot of your Twitter analytics so we can check your engagement rates?
2  Economy / Services / Re: [OPEN] Signature Campaign | Sr./Hero&Legendary Members | on: February 25, 2020, 02:42:30 PM
Bitcointalk profile link:;u=895464
Current amount of posts (including this one): 1170
Amount of merit EARNED in the last 120 days: 12
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I'll apply the signature/avatar etc if accepted. Thanks the consideration Hhampuz.
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: RSK: The Ethereum Killer? on: February 23, 2020, 09:11:22 PM
There are plenty of blockchains that offer cross-chain smart contracts, sidechains, supposedly improved efficiency over Ethereum etc.

However, Ethereum already has by far the biggest lead both in terms of Dapp developers and the number of current DApps and smart contracts currently in operation.

Because of this, Ethereum has likely cemented itself as the number 1 computing platform, even if there are technically superior blockchains.

Similar to what Bitcoin has done for payment cryptos, despite the fact things like Nano and Monero exist.
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: 🎲🤑 | Win Some $TOMO with MaxBet Game 🤑🎲 on: February 20, 2020, 11:25:44 PM
Do this site have an affiliate scheme?

Doesn't seem like it when browsing though the site, might be worth implementing a simple invite code based system otherwise you might find it hard to market the site.
5  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Which is easier, stop when you are winning or stop when you are losing? on: February 20, 2020, 10:48:18 PM
This is a tricky to answer because bought ways have tendencies that you will likely to go on and don't stop
here is why

When you bet and you win , you get excited you want to win more, because your thinking is this is my lucky day i should not waste it
on the the other hand, When you continue loosing, you wan't to get the money back no matter what, so you go on betting, although
the result is different , when you are winning you get profit , when your loosing you lost your money,


Winning new money and losing your money are not just opposites.

Losing is more bad than winning is good, which few people seem to understand.

The sadness that comes from losing easily tips the scales against the happiness that comes with winning.
6  Economy / Gambling / Re: Anyone here had any luck with cryptomillionslotto? on: February 20, 2020, 10:41:47 PM
I've just had a look through the website, couldn't find any links to any of the payments they have made to previous "winners"

If they genuinely had $30 million in crypto and they were sending out payments regularly, it would be a simple task to provide some evidence of large payments.

Or to sign a message from the designated wallet of the platform.

However, since they clearly don't care about transparency, we can only assume that they're not legitimate.

Because of this, if you must play on the platform, only test it with a small amount since you're almost certainly going to lose your money.
7  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Wilder vs. Fury II: The Rematch is On on: February 19, 2020, 11:31:56 PM
2 draws in a row? thats pure  corruption.I also dont see the possibilities of knocking out Wilder and if he turns out to be aggressive this time then it would be still a gamble just like what others said on here.

I agree to the point or view that decision is somewhat isnt right but well all things do depend on judges itself and those decisions were final.This isnt the first time to see on seeing contreversial decisions though.

It do exist just like into other sport. Business as usual i shall say.

Looks like the odds of there being two draws on a row for this for these fights are only about 1 in 400.

Crazier odds have definitely occurred and still happen all the time. I actually wouldn't be surprised if it was another draw and we end up seeing a trilogy fight.

If that goes to another draw people will definitely lose interest. Realistically, I don't think it will happen. Either Wilder will straight up knock Fury out, or it will be a TKO based on the three-knockdown rule. Either that, or Fury will stay slick and not go down for a points win.

I'm definitely putting my money on the Wilder knockout for now.

Apparently he broke his hand before the first fight, and still almost knocked Fury out. With a fully functional hand, he should put him to sleep this time.
8  Economy / Gambling / Re: 🔥🔥⭐Updated Game V2⭐New Bonuses⭐New Currencies⭐Native Android APP⭐ on: February 18, 2020, 09:40:15 PM
   😎 Finishing 2019 like a king! Congratulations to this week’s winners:

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Sweet, who wouldn't mind earning a cool $130 for free.

Congratulations Ratman on an impressive victory.

I wonder who's going to win this week's race?
9  Economy / Investor-based games / Re: - Most Trusted Bitcoin Investment Doubler - Over 1 year LIVE! on: February 18, 2020, 03:52:02 PM
Most trusted scam? That would certainly be something new. Wink
There are no legit bitcoin investment doublers. A Ponzi scheme is always a SCAM!

But for the sake of argument, how do you explain fake deposit transactions on the 'Last Transactions' list?
It's clear that these are just random transactions from the blockchain and have nothing to do with this site.

And that my friends, is what we call a slam dunk.

Nice spot Stalker22, +merited that.

Hopefully now people will realize this site is absolute shit, I doubt anybody at all has received a payout.
10  Economy / Gambling / Re: 🔥🎲 🎲🔥 - ⭐ 100,000 USD Jackpot ⭐ Cashback ⭐ Faucet ⭐ Unique Game ⭐️ on: February 18, 2020, 03:45:49 PM

Sure it is martingale, sooner or later the strategy will bust all his money once he get long red. I've used this strategy several times in some dice sites as well, some time it can give good profit if we are lucky enough but it will give us worst result in the end. Aimimg for 200% profit is just too much for martingale if you ask me.

So long as you keep your initial wager low, it's quite possible to extract fair gains using martingale.

After all, you want to get as many rolls in as possible, not because you want to profit from the lower value rolls.

More than likely the profit will come from somewhere in the middle, you just need to give yourself the chance to get there without busting by starting low.
11  Economy / Gambling / Re: 🔥🔥⭐Updated Game V2⭐New Bonuses⭐New Currencies⭐Native Android APP⭐ on: February 17, 2020, 02:51:56 PM
For me it all depends on the amount I play with, but even so my goal is always reaching to the top which I did manage to do on a couple of occasions, though that was for fun rather than heavy profit making. And I suppose it depends on the mindset of the player, if they're purely looking for making a profit I guess its safer to harvest early, whereas for someone who's only looking for some entertainment it wouldn't matter as much , or at least, this is how I play, anyway Smiley

I used to play like that, even until a few days ago.

But I found that it's really not that difficult to get to the top when playing on easy and medium difficulty.

Looks like you get 10x your money by getting to the top on easy. I've done it plenty of times now, so I'm on to medium mode now.

I believe there are some regular patterns that can be used to help with decision making.

I just checked out BitKong, the game definitely looks good and it's among the most user-friendly games I've seen.

Didn't manage to quite reach the top of the ladder yet, but I can see how it's not so difficult on easy mode.

I've experienced getting to the top of the ladder plenty of times now.

Like most players, I was a bit frustrated when I failed to finish the game when playing on expert mode lol, so now I just play on easy and I hit the 10x multiplier quite regularly now.

Definitely a great feeling when you defy the odds to win big!
12  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: [Boxing]: Jessie Vargas vs Mikey Garcia on: February 16, 2020, 08:04:41 PM
We all know boxing promoters they will do something to hype the fight, this is not a title fight but something great will come out for fighter on who will win this battle and the fighter that will win the fight should win it in a very fashion way like knocking out the other fight or both fighter slugging it out like a street fight.

Anybody who falls for this type of promotion is just an idiot. A lot of promoters try to stir up some "apparently legit" hatred or rivalry between the two fighters to add authenticity to the bout, e.g. these guys aren't just fighting for money, but for some real dislike of one another.

I don't buy in to any of this crap. I only watch a fight based on past performances of the two fighters. They don't even need to be a big name and I'll still watch 'em if they're good.
13  Economy / Gambling / Re: New DuckDice review is live - We need your help.. on: February 16, 2020, 08:02:51 PM
The problem is not to review or find an online casino or sportsbook.

The problem is to collect your money if the online casino or sportsbook will try to scam you!

Does your review site offer a collection service, or do you simply put the affiliate commissions in your pocket and that is it?

Exactly this.

But does your service actually deliver people's money back either though? So far, we've seen you advertising your service a lot, but I haven't seen anything that shows you can actually deliver on your promises.

Nobody is getting their money back if a casino goes rogue, it's as simple as that, and it's one of the risks of playing at sketchy platforms.

If people don't like that risk, don't play at sketchy platforms!
14  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Who among us here has been addicted but successfully cured addiction? on: February 16, 2020, 04:16:29 PM
@OP, you're asking people who are in the gambling whether they have cured their addiction?

Realistically, if somebody has a gambling addiction and then cured it, do you think they would still be active in the gambling section, where they can be reminded to play every single day?

Obviously not.

Anybody who has an addiction to anything should avoid all further exposure to it, otherwise it will just creep brack in.
15  Economy / Gambling / Re: 🔥🎲 🎲🔥 - ⭐ 100,000 USD Jackpot ⭐ Cashback ⭐ Faucet ⭐ Unique Game ⭐️ on: February 16, 2020, 04:13:40 PM
What type of autobet settings do you guys use?

Let's see some screenshots!

I'm looking for a low/medium risk, high reward strat  Grin

Take a look at this strategy, the aim is to get up to 200% profit before taking profits.

You can reduce the multiplier to reduce the risk.
16  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Crypto gambling websites need to add self-control functionality! on: February 16, 2020, 12:01:48 AM
Here it is much focused upon the limiting of one's spending on gambling. When the time isn't that supportive for the player if he have pressed the particular button he can't continue playing for specific time period. This is good, but such a feature won't be added easily by the casinos as each and everything is connected with some business. Already the same thing but to limit the spending there is possible way to hold in vault. The funds stored in vault can't be accessed directly. The required amount needs to be moved to the main wallet and further only it can be used.

This way if we can hold what is available to be lost and limit the spending.


The only easy way for casinos to implement this would be if a third-party service creates it and provides it to all the major casinos.

However, casinos make money from players losing, so I doubt there is much incentive to add this service.

It's not a casinos fault if players lose money, they also stand the chance to win after all.

Players should have their own willpower.
17  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Barr's Betting Predictions | 61% WR | +$200K LAST YEAR on: February 15, 2020, 11:53:48 PM
Why do you share your odds for free?

What's the benefit on your side?

Surely there must be some incentivize for you to waste your time posting tips every day?

Not thread bashing btw, genuinely curious, I love the layout.
18  Economy / Gambling / Re: | Creators of Dicing 🎲 | 40 Billion Bets | 112+ BTC Jackpot! on: February 15, 2020, 11:51:26 PM
Yesterday TOP 20 Racers:

So this guy bet over 65 BTC, probably lose 0.65 BTC assuming a 1% house edge,

Then won 0.02 BTC in return?

Is that supposed to incentivize new players to join?
19  Economy / Gambling / Re: 9HORSES THE BEST SLOT GAME WEBSITE on: February 15, 2020, 11:02:56 AM
9HORSES Was claimed as the best slot game in Indonesia... Is have been confirmed registered at PAGCOR which as a legal assosication for gambling sites base at Philippines Manila.

Stay away from slot games guys, they usually have by far the worst house edge of any type of casino game.

If you want throw your money away with the least chance of winning, play at this casino with the laziest ANN thread I've ever seen, linking to the site through its static IP rather than domain name lol.

20  Economy / Gambling / Re: 🎰 101 FREE SPIN 🎲🎲 CASINO EXTREME 🎲🎲 REAL GAMES 🎲🎲 INSTANT PAYOUTS 🎰 on: February 14, 2020, 11:59:36 PM
I don't think anybody should fork over their private information to any casino platform.

There are literally dozens of alternatives out there that are just as fun, and don't require your private info, like

That said, the project is quite forthcoming about its own details;

"Casino Extreme is operated by Anden Online N.V., a registered company in Curacao. The service operates under license no. 1668/JAZ issued to Curacao eGaming, authorized and regulated by the Government of Curacao."

But they don't actually say exactly how they protect user data, or whether it's kept private and not sold to third parties.
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