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April 30, 2015, 04:42:48 PM
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Announcing Pocket Rockets Casino is for sale.
https://pocketrocketscasino.eu

About PRC:
Pocket Rockets Casino is one of the oldest Bitcoin gambling sites, launched in April 2013, and has since grown to become the most
trusted and one of the most popular Bitcoin gambling sites.

Pocket Rockets Casino offers the best Bitcoin dice (Hi-Lo) game.
Fast and easy to use with the largest max payout of any other Bitcoin dice site, 423 Bitcoin.

Software also includes roulette and blackjack games.

All games load instantly, are provably fair and offer fast betting on desktop, phone or tablet using your browser.

Here is the main Bitcoin Talk thread:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=910134.0

Over the last year PRC has become the most trusted gambling Bitcoin site with a crowdfunded bankroll of 4943 Bitcoin.
 
Profit is over 2980 Bitcoin in past year, most within last few months.

Why Sell?
I have worked full time on PRC for 2.5 years and I have some other projects I would like to pursue.
The right buyer would be able to improve PRC for existing users and grow much larger than I can do alone.

What you get
The buyer will get full source code to the website, all domains related to PRC and all social media accounts.
You will also get training and tutorials for running the day to day operations.
I will help you deploy the code to a new server.
I will also offer 2 months free support if you need it. This does not include adding new games/features.

What you don't get
Although currently PRC has a crowdfunded bankroll a sale would only be made to someone who can provide their own bankroll.
You would want at least 800-1000 Bitcoin to keep PRC having one of the highest max payouts but it could be less.
Any current investors would be cashed out before transfer of assets.
Any potential personal details of user accounts will be removed.
Gambling License. You will need to check the laws of operating a Bitcoin gambling site in your country.

Serious offers
Only serious offers should be made from buyers who can provide their own bankroll.
Offers should take into account the past year profit of 2980 Bitcoin.
You can email admin@pocketrocketscasino.com or pm on here. I can provide a pgp key if needed.
Profit/wagered stats for all games will be provided in a detailed report for serious buyers.

If no sale what happens to PRC?
If there are no serious offers or I feel that the buyer is not going to run PRC legit or to the standard that players expect then I will not sell and continue to work on improving and running PRC as normal.
I am not looking for a rushed sale. I am just looking to see if the right buyer is out there who could make the site better than I could by working alone.

Feel free to ask any questions here or on email/site chat etc.

Thanks
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April 30, 2015, 10:14:04 PM
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I think, this is the former PRCdice.eu. Is this sale anyway related to the Brian Micon incident ?

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May 01, 2015, 02:04:58 AM
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I think, this is the former PRCdice.eu. Is this sale anyway related to the Brian Micon incident ?

Hi, yeah around a year ago I added that as an extra domain so people could get to dice game faster than go through the poker site. I moved back to the full PocketRocketsCasino domain when I launched the latest version in december though.

This isn't related to what happened to Micon no. If no interest in sale I'll keep working on PRC.
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May 04, 2015, 06:31:48 AM
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So for this site to genuinely prosper you would need a full-time coder? What about the old poker software you had, is that available? How much time do you think you spend with customer support related issues each week?




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July 24, 2015, 05:39:59 PM
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Bump with updated profit stats in original post.
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July 25, 2015, 10:29:59 PM
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Can you add an expected price to the thread ?
It says the profit was 2980 bitcoins but that was specially because the site had a max payout big enough due to the investors . I am not sure on how to use that information to estimate the right price for the site.
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Can you add an expected price to the thread ?
It says the profit was 2980 bitcoins but that was specially because the site had a max payout big enough due to the investors . I am not sure on how to use that information to estimate the right price for the site.

A buyer would need to fund the bankroll themselves to provide a max payout on what they feel is needed.

The profit currently is not actually related to the size of the investment at the moment as the max win was 200, less than half the current max payout.
The maximum bet however has been 1300 Bitcoin.
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Can you add an expected price to the thread ?
It says the profit was 2980 bitcoins but that was specially because the site had a max payout big enough due to the investors . I am not sure on how to use that information to estimate the right price for the site.

A buyer would need to fund the bankroll themselves to provide a max payout on what they feel is needed.

The profit currently is not actually related to the size of the investment at the moment as the max win was 200, less than half the current max payout.
The maximum bet however has been 1300 Bitcoin.

Yes I am aware of all that information . My question was what is the expected price you guys are looking at so people could know the right amount to offer to you for buying the site.

EDIT: Did see somewhere you posted 2000 BTC but isn't that a lot only for a gambling site ? Since most of the investors were the reason due to the high payout.
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July 26, 2015, 11:49:23 AM
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Can you add an expected price to the thread ?
It says the profit was 2980 bitcoins but that was specially because the site had a max payout big enough due to the investors . I am not sure on how to use that information to estimate the right price for the site.

A buyer would need to fund the bankroll themselves to provide a max payout on what they feel is needed.

The profit currently is not actually related to the size of the investment at the moment as the max win was 200, less than half the current max payout.
The maximum bet however has been 1300 Bitcoin.

Yes I am aware of all that information . My question was what is the expected price you guys are looking at so people could know the right amount to offer to you for buying the site.

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I won't set a price as I'm only looking for offers from serious buyers who know how to value a business. I turned down offers less than 2000 Bitcoin already. As mentioned this is not a rushed or needed sale.

Thanks for the interest. Let me know if there's any other questions you need answered.
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I just noticed a message in my inbox from a fake account  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=537738

who sent me a message about the sale with a price on it . He also quoted a message from https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=487764 which is actually a newbie account with 0 posts. So I am sure both of these accounts are his.
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I just noticed a message in my inbox from a fake account  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=537738

who sent me a message about the sale with a price on it . He also quoted a message from https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=487764 which is actually a newbie account with 0 posts. So I am sure both of these accounts are his.

Thanks for notifying. I have left negative trust on them both. I will post in the other thread too
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July 26, 2015, 07:41:37 PM
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I guess it worths at least 500 BTC.

Good luck.
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July 26, 2015, 11:57:57 PM
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I guess it worths at least 500 BTC.

Good luck.

Not even close, Dean has a very good setup with his PRC, slick design on dice, as well as integration with SoftSwiss (someone we have lined up as a matter of fact).

It made 3000 BTC this year alone... Standard acquisitions models put this at a starting price of 5000 btc minimum IMO.


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I guess it worths at least 500 BTC.

Good luck.

Not even close, Dean has a very good setup with his PRC, slick design on dice, as well as integration with SoftSwiss (someone we have lined up as a matter of fact).

It made 3000 BTC this year alone... Standard acquisitions models put this at a starting price of 5000 btc minimum IMO.



Absolutely, I was compared it with Moneypot (It was sold for 100 btc). I don't think PRC will be sold for 5000 btc but I would pay 1500 if I had Smiley
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July 27, 2015, 10:05:05 AM
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I guess it worths at least 500 BTC.

Good luck.

Not even close, Dean has a very good setup with his PRC, slick design on dice, as well as integration with SoftSwiss (someone we have lined up as a matter of fact).

It made 3000 BTC this year alone... Standard acquisitions models put this at a starting price of 5000 btc minimum IMO.



Thanks.

Yeah that's the kind of thing a buyer needs to be thinking. So offers should definitely be over 3000.
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July 27, 2015, 03:28:15 PM
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I guess it worths at least 500 BTC.

Good luck.

Not even close, Dean has a very good setup with his PRC, slick design on dice, as well as integration with SoftSwiss (someone we have lined up as a matter of fact).

It made 3000 BTC this year alone... Standard acquisitions models put this at a starting price of 5000 btc minimum IMO.

Yeah, casinos stack serious cheddar.  Which begs the question: How come yours hasn't paid any divs, while your share prices, well ...



Huh
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July 27, 2015, 08:11:49 PM
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I guess it worths at least 500 BTC.

Good luck.

Not even close, Dean has a very good setup with his PRC, slick design on dice, as well as integration with SoftSwiss (someone we have lined up as a matter of fact).

It made 3000 BTC this year alone... Standard acquisitions models put this at a starting price of 5000 btc minimum IMO.

Yeah, casinos stack serious cheddar.  Which begs the question: How come yours hasn't paid any divs, while your share prices, well ...



Huh


Think you misunderstand the business model. Investors get paid instantly after every bet. On average there is around 40% ROI, some early "investors" made over 100%.

So no need for me to pay dividends periodically.
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July 27, 2015, 08:24:10 PM
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I guess it worths at least 500 BTC.

Good luck.

Not even close, Dean has a very good setup with his PRC, slick design on dice, as well as integration with SoftSwiss (someone we have lined up as a matter of fact).

It made 3000 BTC this year alone... Standard acquisitions models put this at a starting price of 5000 btc minimum IMO.

Yeah, casinos stack serious cheddar.  Which begs the question: How come yours hasn't paid any divs, while your share prices, well ...



Huh


Think you misunderstand the business model. Investors get paid instantly after every bet. On average there is around 40% ROI, some early "investors" made over 100%.

So no need for me to pay dividends periodically.

I think he is replying to casinobitco. they are listed on havelock, where the graph is from.

sorry for off topic.

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July 27, 2015, 08:49:40 PM
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I guess it worths at least 500 BTC.

Good luck.

Not even close, Dean has a very good setup with his PRC, slick design on dice, as well as integration with SoftSwiss (someone we have lined up as a matter of fact).

It made 3000 BTC this year alone... Standard acquisitions models put this at a starting price of 5000 btc minimum IMO.

Yeah, casinos stack serious cheddar.  Which begs the question: How come yours hasn't paid any divs, while your share prices, well ...



Huh


Think you misunderstand the business model. Investors get paid instantly after every bet. On average there is around 40% ROI, some early "investors" made over 100%.

So no need for me to pay dividends periodically.

I think he is replying to casinobitco. they are listed on havelock, where the graph is from.

sorry for off topic.

Oh sorry, the image didn't load for me when I seen the reply. I have no idea what the comment about CasinoBitco.in is, though I think they changed name to BitcoinRush which may be the issue?
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Is there any other forums/sites to post this for more exposure?
Someone recommended Reddit but not sure.
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