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October 07, 2015, 01:04:43 PM
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Moneypot one company with butstabit ?

Owner is the same but they are two different projects, with separate bankrolls and also not related each other (except for the ownership).

Am I correct RHavar?  Cheesy

That's right. And for legal purposes, both MoneyPot.com and Bustabit.com are owned by the company MoneyPot SLR

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October 07, 2015, 01:37:52 PM
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Looks like the investor profit just took a large blow. Luckily I noticed my invested value quickly plummeting and divested it all before the real damage occured. Must've been a large gambler who pulled off a lucky streak.

oh my. i just started investing!!! grr. well dont invest what you cant lose. so well hope it will turn better.
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October 07, 2015, 02:30:39 PM
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Looks like the investor profit just took a large blow. Luckily I noticed my invested value quickly plummeting and divested it all before the real damage occured. Must've been a large gambler who pulled off a lucky streak.

hehe. As cowbay would say: "dust". Just yesterday I lost a net of like 100 BTC bankrolling XD

It seems most of the action was from "molloype" who wagered ~520 BTC on BB, and ended up losing about 0.456 BTC. However investors paid 2.56 BTC to BB in commissions, which results in a net investor loss of 2.11 BTC.

Remember, investing is a risky game, don't put any money in that you're not completely prepared to lose.
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October 07, 2015, 03:39:04 PM
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yah, feel the little bit of pinch but i am willing to bear it through. of course the idea of investment is to want to earn more, but it is whether you dare to risk it all or not, if u cant, better dont do it at all. half half will always get you losing.
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October 07, 2015, 03:48:18 PM
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how to invest in moneypot
idk how to invest please help
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October 07, 2015, 04:19:20 PM
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how to invest in moneypot
idk how to invest please help

Navigate your browser to https://www.moneypot.com/investment , fill out the form and click Submit.
You can find more info regarding investment in FAQ https://www.moneypot.com/faq

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October 07, 2015, 06:33:25 PM
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Looks like the investor profit just took a large blow. Luckily I noticed my invested value quickly plummeting and divested it all before the real damage occured. Must've been a large gambler who pulled off a lucky streak.

hehe. As cowbay would say: "dust". Just yesterday I lost a net of like 100 BTC bankrolling XD

It seems most of the action was from "molloype" who wagered ~520 BTC on BB, and ended up losing about 0.456 BTC. However investors paid 2.56 BTC to BB in commissions, which results in a net investor loss of 2.11 BTC.

Remember, investing is a risky game, don't put any money in that you're not completely prepared to lose.

Not *too* bad, then. It's gone up like 20 BTC in the past week and a half, so this is just a 10% drop from 9-10 days of profit.
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October 07, 2015, 11:54:13 PM
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well sadly to say, it is a 100% drop for me when cause i just start investing when it started to drop. but wait a few weeks out and it will be back on track, hopefully.
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October 08, 2015, 12:11:21 AM
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I Want to ask
if I invested my money, can i take my money back at any time ?
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October 08, 2015, 12:19:16 AM
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I Want to ask
if I invested my money, can i take my money back at any time ?

Yeah, you just own a stake in the bankroll which you can claim back at any time.
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October 08, 2015, 12:20:47 AM
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i have taken out and it works like a charm. however, i yet to try to take it out from moneypot.
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October 08, 2015, 12:28:35 AM
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i have taken out and it works like a charm. however, i yet to try to take it out from moneypot.

As in, to withdraw your money? Just go to the "send" tab, enter a bitcoin address, an amount and confirm your password (and 2FA if you have one)
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October 08, 2015, 12:36:07 AM
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how to invest in moneypot
idk how to invest please help

Navigate your browser to https://www.moneypot.com/investment , fill out the form and click Submit.
You can find more info regarding investment in FAQ https://www.moneypot.com/faq

Kind of curious if bustabit which is formerly moneypot has a similar url for investing since I read its seperate ownership and bankrolls but since its not in the faq or if I missed it somewhere, Is moneypot the only one that has an investment part?
And also if they are different games
https://www.bustabit.com/investment (Does not Exist)
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=709185.2340;topicseen

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October 08, 2015, 12:38:23 AM
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Kind of curious if bustabit which is formerly moneypot has a similar url for investing since its not in the faq or if I missed it somewhere or is it just moneypot that has an investment part.
And also if they are different games
https://www.bustabit.com/investment (Does not Exist)
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=709185.2340;topicseen

bustabit (also owned by me) doesn't offer an investment feature at the moment Sad
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October 08, 2015, 12:39:14 AM
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Kind of curious if bustabit which is formerly moneypot has a similar url for investing since its not in the faq or if I missed it somewhere or is it just moneypot that has an investment part.
And also if they are different games
https://www.bustabit.com/investment (Does not Exist)
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=709185.2340;topicseen

bustabit (also owned by me) doesn't offer an investment feature at the moment Sad

Thanks for the clarification so investors hang out at moneypot and no double dipping two sides yet  Wink
Thanks

(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=709185.msg12628527#msg12628527)
Players can rest easy hehe

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October 08, 2015, 12:45:27 AM
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Kind of curious if bustabit which is formerly moneypot has a similar url for investing since its not in the faq or if I missed it somewhere or is it just moneypot that has an investment part.
And also if they are different games
https://www.bustabit.com/investment (Does not Exist)
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=709185.2340;topicseen

bustabit (also owned by me) doesn't offer an investment feature at the moment Sad

Thanks for the clarification so investors hang out at moneypot and no double dipping two sides yet  Wink
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(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=709185.msg12628527#msg12628527)
Players can rest easy hehe

The issue with BAB is that it's a volatile game, so it doesn't work too well with an atomic bankroll.
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October 08, 2015, 01:21:15 AM
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The issue with BAB is that it's a volatile game, so it doesn't work too well with an atomic bankroll.

Sorry for a possibly dumb question, what does the "volatile" and "atomic" mean in this context?

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October 08, 2015, 01:30:42 AM
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How do you see investment payouts?
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October 08, 2015, 01:36:00 AM
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How do you see investment payouts?

It is real-time and updated on every new bet.

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October 08, 2015, 04:26:50 AM
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The issue with BAB is that it's a volatile game, so it doesn't work too well with an atomic bankroll.

Sorry for a possibly dumb question, what does the "volatile" and "atomic" mean in this context?

Atomic means it's updated constantly (i.e., a dice site updates their bankroll after every single roll).
Volatile is in the sense that BAB will have massive up and down swings, but it's not atomic (rather than knowing how much is going to be lost on each roll, it's constantly changing. For example, what if there's 100 BTC invested, and someone makes a bet of 1 BTC and then uninvests his 50 BTC and wins 10?).
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