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1481  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Name for a bitcoin lottery? on: August 25, 2011, 10:19:52 PM
bitcharm.com, bitcoinnumbers.com, powerbitlotto.com, and bitcoinmegabucks.com are all available.
1482  Economy / Gambling / Re: Bitcoinduit.com - Server Status: UP 100% on: August 25, 2011, 09:05:37 PM
What's going to happen to the unconfirmed deposits here: http://bitcoinduit.com/GOINGandGOINGandGOING ?
1483  Economy / Gambling / The_BitBrew_Round on: August 25, 2011, 02:03:00 PM
In honor of BitBrew's new relationship with Bitcoinduit, I've created The_BitBrew_Round.

ROI: 25%
Jackpot: 10%
Fees: 0.0%
Minimum Deposit: 0.2500 BTC
Maximum Deposit: 5.0000 BTC
Expiration: 12 hours of inactivity

Here's the BitBrew twist: the bitcoin address immediately preceeding the last, jackpot winning entry, will receive a rebate of 50% of his/her next BitBrew order!
1484  Economy / Gambling / Re: 10th bet gets 1BTC - only received 0.01? on: August 25, 2011, 12:35:08 AM
I added 0.1 for making you wait (sorry, lots of things going at once)

1.1 sent to 14qL7hmo3YjU1UeFLW36on7BuWuvTTG9Pm

Wow! You really are the most generous gambling site owner I've ever met!

How many have you met? Lol.

Send that coffee off ASAP! I'm getting tired!

-Jon

Dude, send me a banner and I'll put it up at The Bitcoin List!
1485  Economy / Gambling / Re: 10th bet gets 1BTC - only received 0.01? on: August 25, 2011, 12:07:55 AM
I added 0.1 for making you wait (sorry, lots of things going at once)

1.1 sent to 14qL7hmo3YjU1UeFLW36on7BuWuvTTG9Pm

Wow! You really are the most generous gambling site owner I've ever met!
1486  Economy / Gambling / Re: 10th bet gets 1BTC - only received 0.01? on: August 24, 2011, 11:38:43 PM
You know, they didn't say all at once.  It's possible that they'll pay you after it ends.

They paid the addresses 0.1 BTC or 0.01, can't remember. Either way, they didn't pay the stated amount, but instead paid a smaller amount.

-Jon

Just wondering, Jon, were you going to cover mine, too?

http://blockexplorer.com/address/14qL7hmo3YjU1UeFLW36on7BuWuvTTG9Pm

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=39086.msg478125#msg478125


1487  Economy / Gambling / Re: I like the new ponzi idea - 10th get 1, 20th gets 2, etc on: August 24, 2011, 09:33:15 PM
Has whoever put the 10th bet in the second one been paid? I still have not received my 1 BTC from the first one.

Nope, I just got 0.01 BTC, also.

http://blockexplorer.com/address/14qL7hmo3YjU1UeFLW36on7BuWuvTTG9Pm

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=39086.msg478125#msg478125


1488  Economy / Gambling / Re: I like the new ponzi idea - 10th get 1, 20th gets 2, etc on: August 24, 2011, 08:21:41 PM
Whoever it is just started a third Round with an initial deposit of 2 BTC!
1489  Economy / Gambling / Re: Attention Round Creator - 10th_bet_gets_1BTC & 10th_bet_gets_1BTCpt2 on: August 24, 2011, 08:18:24 PM
I hope the creator isn't trying to pull some kind of "you misunderstood the game" scam. I was the tenth bet on the second Round and also just received 0.01 BTC: http://blockexplorer.com/address/14qL7hmo3YjU1UeFLW36on7BuWuvTTG9Pm
1490  Other / Off-topic / Re: What currency would Jesus use? on: August 20, 2011, 08:31:00 PM
Why appeal to any authority, even biblical?

Bitcoin is peer-to-peer, no divinity necessary.
1491  Economy / Gambling / Perpetual_Ponzi on: August 20, 2011, 07:59:40 PM
New game for everyone to make some coin while we're waiting for some more updates from the 2011 Bitcoin Conference.

Perpetual_Ponzi

ROI: 15%
Jackpot: 5%
Fees: 1.0%
Minimum Deposit: 1.0000 BTC
Maximum Deposit: 2.0000 BTC
Expiration: 36 hours of inactivity

Great potential with this one, so get in early!
1492  Economy / Goods / Re: Steam/Cyberpunk weapon - Pistol on: August 20, 2011, 05:05:43 PM
Might be a good idea to give at least a ballpark figure as to how much you want for it.
1493  Economy / Marketplace / Re: Espionage Alternate Reality Game on: August 19, 2011, 08:40:35 PM
D. Offer Premium subscriptions at a cost. You can offer a watered down, beginners version for free to show people how the game works but charge for the real thing.
1494  Economy / Gambling / Re: There_Can_Be_Only_One on: August 19, 2011, 04:11:49 AM
The way I see it, there should only be fees if the operator is providing a service such as matching or some other fun addition to the game. Any plans? Cheesy

What, referencing and quoting a cult classic from the 80's isn't enough?

Maybe the next one should be "Wyld Stallyns"...
1495  Economy / Gambling / There_Can_Be_Only_One on: August 19, 2011, 02:10:24 AM
Welcome to the Bitcoinduit Gathering, my friends.

There_Can_Be_Only_One

ROI: 15%
Jackpot: 14%
Fees: 2.0%
Minimum Deposit: 1.0000 BTC
Maximum Deposit: 5.0000 BTC
Expiration: 24 hours of inactivity
1496  Economy / Gambling / Round Round_She_Goes on: August 18, 2011, 03:35:51 AM
Round Round_She_Goes

ROI: 20%
Jackpot: 10%
Fees: 2.0%
Minimum Deposit: 1.0000 BTC
Maximum Deposit: 3.0000 BTC
Expiration: 36 hours of inactivity

Where she stops, no one knows!
1497  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: We Need a Real Bitcoin Online Store, not "retailers" who just price gouge 15-20% on: August 18, 2011, 03:01:32 AM
I like your business model--linking all three sites. Is the bitsquirrel your design? I'm thinking about having Martin tool it on leather, is why I ask.

Actually, I put the image and link for Square2Wear as a favor to Gabriel, the representative of that company here on the forum. I think I may remove it, however. This isn't the first time someone has thought it was one of my sites and I don't want to mislead anyone. BitBrew and The Bitcoin List are mine, though.
1498  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: We Need a Real Bitcoin Online Store, not "retailers" who just price gouge 15-20% on: August 18, 2011, 02:33:50 AM
I opened this thread wondering if I should mention BitBrew or not. I felt as if I might be trying to inject it into too many posts. Imagine my surprise to see others bring it up!

My shirts aren't in high demand, but they're top notch quality for less than a bitcoin...  They might look like regular T-shirts, but they are very heavy and definitely higher quality than what you'd find in the store.

www.ogdogg.com/shirts.html

This is a good market strategy for any business, not just bitcoin based ones. I ran a brick and mortar store for ten years trying to provide a no-frills service, competing on price, cutting every ethical corner I could find just to offer a better deal than the guy down the street. In the end, I sold the business because I couldn't make ends meet anymore and was falling farther and farther into debt; no matter how low I set my prices, there was always someone else who was cheaper. Once I got out and could look back on it from the outside, I decided that it is much better to offer a high quality product for a fair price. With BitBrew, I may not have tons of customers, but they're obviously loyal ones. Thanks guys!
1499  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: Bitcoin Social Network on: August 16, 2011, 05:23:16 PM
Very interested but, unfortunately, I'm not a coder.

Anything else I can help with?
1500  Economy / Goods / Re: Bitcoinbazaar.com For Sale to Highest Bidder on: August 16, 2011, 04:50:44 PM
Sold!

To Bitcoin Webhost for 1.6 BTC.

Locking thread and sending PM.
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