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Question: Should ChainProfit.com be moved to Gambling section ?
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June 21, 2015, 03:15:04 PM
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Site Link: www.ChainProfit.com

Announcement thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=926237.0
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June 21, 2015, 03:25:18 PM
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It is a ponzi site which should belong to investor based games section. Why you want it to be moved to gambling section?
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June 21, 2015, 03:33:22 PM
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It is a ponzi site which should belong to investor based games section. Why you want it to be moved to gambling section?

ChainProfit is way different than a typical Ponzi Game, which is built only to run away with people's money. It has a proper game logic which gives it stability. It is more of a Gambling site indeed.
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June 21, 2015, 08:25:39 PM
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Well... I'd like to see this in Gambling section as well. This game is about partly luck and partly strategy.

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June 21, 2015, 08:28:34 PM
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It is a ponzi site which should belong to investor based games section. Why you want it to be moved to gambling section?

I play on here a little bit, and it is absolutely NOT a ponzi, it is a gambling game based on the idea of a ponzi.  A true ponzi is not transparent, you have no idea what funds are coming from where.  This site you can see ALL of the deposits, and all of the information is presented clearly (except that the return is not really 40% or whatever).

But yeah, this should be in the gambling section IMO.  I say this as someone who has played the game.

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June 21, 2015, 08:30:07 PM
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Yes, please move it.  It is not a scam or an investor based game.  It is like a casino.
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June 21, 2015, 08:50:05 PM
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It is a ponzi site which should belong to investor based games section. Why you want it to be moved to gambling section?

I play on here a little bit, and it is absolutely NOT a ponzi, it is a gambling game based on the idea of a ponzi.  A true ponzi is not transparent, you have no idea what funds are coming from where.  This site you can see ALL of the deposits, and all of the information is presented clearly (except that the return is not really 40% or whatever).

But yeah, this should be in the gambling section IMO.  I say this as someone who has played the game.

*facepalm* "not a ponzi" "based on the idea of a ponzi"

It's probably a ponzi bro.

It should go to investor based games. It ain't a casino, it's a straight up ponzi!
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June 21, 2015, 08:58:21 PM
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It is a ponzi site which should belong to investor based games section. Why you want it to be moved to gambling section?

I play on here a little bit, and it is absolutely NOT a ponzi, it is a gambling game based on the idea of a ponzi.  A true ponzi is not transparent, you have no idea what funds are coming from where.  This site you can see ALL of the deposits, and all of the information is presented clearly (except that the return is not really 40% or whatever).

But yeah, this should be in the gambling section IMO.  I say this as someone who has played the game.

*facepalm* "not a ponzi" "based on the idea of a ponzi"

It's probably a ponzi bro.

It should go to investor based games. It ain't a casino, it's a straight up ponzi!

A murder game is built based on the idea of murdering. But, that does not make a player murderer.

I'm sure you either did not check game logic or did not understand it and making statement just based on someone else's statement. There was a long coversation of OP with VOD, Dooglus and a few others regarding the game. Check it here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1060467.0. This would probably help you to understand why it is not a ponzi and should go under gambling.

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June 21, 2015, 09:00:15 PM
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Just because he added more information than other ponzis do, does not mean that he still is running a ponzi. Therefore, still investor based games.
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June 21, 2015, 09:06:12 PM
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Just because he added more information than other ponzis do, does not mean that he still is running a ponzi. Therefore, still investor based games.

^^Idiotic statement just to increase post count.

Where did u find that I am saying it is not a ponzi game because he added more info ? This game is fundamentally different from all other Ponzi games. The bankroll does not only go up here. It goes down as well. It is self sustaining and brings in a whole new gambling concept. Please read the thread I referred above (rather than reading only VOD's last post... especially Dooglus' statement) before making next comment.

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June 21, 2015, 09:49:26 PM
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OP, just scanned through the suggested threads.
Looks like ChainProfit is an investor-based game, correctly placed in the  Investor-based games section. Investor-based games section is not a misnomer.  It's so named because investment-based games belong there.

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June 22, 2015, 01:35:45 AM
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Your "game" relies upon the continued investment of additional investors/players for earlier players to "win"/earn a return on their bet.

The first sentence of the investor based games section says that the main factor relies upon additional players joining the game which matches the description of your game.

Although I do agree that you are not running a ponzi, I do think that your thread belongs in the ponzi section unfortunately. Hopefully the ponzi craze will quickly die down and your thread will remain proment.

You might want to consider investing in some amount of advertising, possibly either signature advertising or forum advertising.

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June 22, 2015, 01:45:07 PM
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Your "game" relies upon the continued investment of additional investors/players for earlier players to "win"/earn a return on their bet.

The first sentence of the investor based games section says that the main factor relies upon additional players joining the game which matches the description of your game.

Although I do agree that you are not running a ponzi, I do think that your thread belongs in the ponzi section unfortunately. Hopefully the ponzi craze will quickly die down and your thread will remain proment.
Well... its unfortunate that you think so. Ponzi craze is in the world since 1920 and I dont think its going to die any time soon, especially when our monetory system has adopted it. The tragedy is my game it built for gamblers, but it is being showcased to Ponzi payers.

You might want to consider investing in some amount of advertising, possibly either signature advertising or forum advertising.
Yah... I'm preparing for ad. In fact, I have done some ad already. But, it requires more coins to be won by players. Because their winning % is my profit and ad budget comes from there. This is why the following step has been taken...

This is to inform everyone that after 120 hours from now, i.e. on June 26, 2015 3:00pm GMT, minimum amount of bet will be raised to 0.01 BTC.
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June 22, 2015, 06:49:46 PM
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It is a ponzi site which should belong to investor based games section. Why you want it to be moved to gambling section?

I play on here a little bit, and it is absolutely NOT a ponzi, it is a gambling game based on the idea of a ponzi.  A true ponzi is not transparent, you have no idea what funds are coming from where.  This site you can see ALL of the deposits, and all of the information is presented clearly (except that the return is not really 40% or whatever).

But yeah, this should be in the gambling section IMO.  I say this as someone who has played the game.

Well, the return thing is clearly stated in the FAQ (www.chainprofit.com/faq.php)...

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2. How to play this game ?

A: If you have bitcoin, then it is very easy. Simply sign up and deposit the amount of bitcoin you want to play with. Now, mention the amount you want to invest in a round in the dashboard and click play. When there will be enough bitcoin deposited by other investors after you to return 140% of your investment, it will automatically be returned to you after deducting 10% commission.

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June 22, 2015, 09:07:56 PM
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Chain profit is literally weekly ponzi! This is basically exactly what Weekly ponzi did! Trying to be transparent, deducting only 5% of what was put in, and increased the amount by 20% itself! I am not trying to put up post count, I am proving that it really is a transparent ponzi.

The website was literally created 3 weeks ago and has WHOIS guard.

It is a rebranch off a website called Crazyponzi.com

If you type that in, it will redirect you to chainprofit.com


Operator makes money no matter what! There's no way he's ever going to lose money! It's a 100% gain venture!

Tell me it's not a ponzi again.
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June 24, 2015, 03:55:04 AM
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IMO any kind of game where the earnings are derived from new players' deposits should be in the investor based games section regardless of whether or not there is a degree of strategy involved. The site doesn't try to hide this either since I can see multiple references to "investors" and "investments" on the main page and FAQ:

http://www.chainprofit.com/faq.php
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June 24, 2015, 04:05:29 AM
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I voted we move it.  It is more of a ponzi game based on my understanding then gambling.  The risks are not as well defined as they are on most respectable gambling services out there that have topics on this forum. 

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June 24, 2015, 04:11:50 AM
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I voted we move it.  It is more of a ponzi game based on my understanding then gambling.  The risks are not as well defined as they are on most respectable gambling services out there that have topics on this forum. 

I don't understand. you think it's a ponzi yet you want to move it out from the investor based games section, where ponzi sites belongs?  Huh

IMO it should stay. and I bet stay it will.

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June 28, 2015, 02:50:36 PM
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Chain profit is literally weekly ponzi! This is basically exactly what Weekly ponzi did! Trying to be transparent, deducting only 5% of what was put in, and increased the amount by 20% itself! I am not trying to put up post count, I am proving that it really is a transparent ponzi.

The website was literally created 3 weeks ago and has WHOIS guard.

It is a rebranch off a website called Crazyponzi.com

If you type that in, it will redirect you to chainprofit.com


Operator makes money no matter what! There's no way he's ever going to lose money! It's a 100% gain venture!

Tell me it's not a ponzi again.

You will be awarded a Noble prize for discovering something that is already stated in OP's signature. The game is running as Crazyponzi.com for around two months now. Recently, OP announced a public contest in Service section to rebrand this site, where the name ChainProfit.com was chosen (I sugested the name and won 0.1 BTC which was escrowed to Dooglus).

Moreover, you drastically failed to understand the underlying scam of WeeklyPonzi and the transparent gambling game of ChainProfit. WeeklyPonzi accumulated sum and vanished, whereas sum does not even get accumulated at ChainProfit. Bankroll goes up & down here.

And ya... tell me a Gambling site that does not use a WHOIS guard.

Tell me it's not a Gambling site again. Roll Eyes

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July 22, 2015, 03:16:13 PM
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Chain profit is literally weekly ponzi! This is basically exactly what Weekly ponzi did! Trying to be transparent, deducting only 5% of what was put in, and increased the amount by 20% itself! I am not trying to put up post count, I am proving that it really is a transparent ponzi.

The website was literally created 3 weeks ago and has WHOIS guard.

It is a rebranch off a website called Crazyponzi.com

If you type that in, it will redirect you to chainprofit.com


Operator makes money no matter what! There's no way he's ever going to lose money! It's a 100% gain venture!

Tell me it's not a ponzi again.

It does not claim to increase the amount by 20% itself.  It explains clearly where the money comes from, and how the transfer of funds works.

Who cares when it was created or where it came from.  It's what it is now that matters.

I know that if I moved my website, I'd create a redirect so that any backlinks out there on the internet would redirect properly as well.  Don't you think that's the BEST WAY TO KEEP MAKING MONEY (which, not only ponzi do - casinos also like to make money).

Operator makes money no matter what?  Most casinos make money no matter what.  That's what's referred to as a solid business plan, not a ponzi.

I hope you see the light and eventually change your stance on this topic!
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