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October 17, 2015, 03:32:27 AM
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Bittencoin is :
-not a duck
-not a game dev
-not a game
-not a forum
-not a web browser
-not a server
-not a domain (yet)
-not a crappy windows version
-not a windows 10 (the same as above)
-not linux
-not mac
-not android
-not tl;dr

Instead it's a faucet thats based off people's payings.
Jim pays 1 bitcoin, Tim pays the same amount, Bill and Will do the same:
The losers dont get anything, but the winner, Jim, earned 2x his winnings, while the other half went to the site. We reveal everything we do 'cause we're honest damnit. And yeah, that's it.
We would like generous people that could tell us how to make a bitcoin Bot.
From the beginning: IF WE EARN PROFITS, THE PROGRAMMERS MUST TOO.
After the bot being made, if we earn profits- if we get enough , then we pay y'all.
We give a quarter of our earnings monthly.
Table:
1 bitcoin = 2 bitcoin
3 bitcoin = 6 bitcoin
And i could bring you the whole damn table so you could start learning 5th grader math, but since you already know, lets get it to it.
Email me at abadjuniores@gmail.com
Site is bittencoin.wordpress.com
We just started.
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October 17, 2015, 04:08:23 AM
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based on what I understand its not a faucet but rather than a gambling game since there's a need of investments that could end up to either win or lose... anyways if your looking for hiring some programmers or coders you should post in the following section : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=52.0

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October 17, 2015, 04:41:18 PM
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What i personally understood from this idea is that, this is like a lottery whereby many people buys tickets and only few winners will take all the money minus admin fees.
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October 17, 2015, 05:03:25 PM
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What i personally understood from this idea is that, this is like a lottery whereby many people buys tickets and only few winners will take all the money minus admin fees.

Not quite, half goes to the site according the information provided.

Seems like they are looking for coders from my understanding.

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Bittencoin is a WIP mini-casino for Bitcoin. But we need programmers. We are planning making a small profitable site that uses Challonge! for it.

https://bittencoin.wordpress.com/2015/10/16/what-is-bittencoin/
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October 18, 2015, 03:34:03 AM
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Is this a Gambling site or a Faucet site?
And seriously, can you buy at least a cheap domain rather than use the default domain.
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October 18, 2015, 09:23:24 PM
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What i personally understood from this idea is that, this is like a lottery whereby many people buys tickets and only few winners will take all the money minus admin fees.

Not quite, half goes to the site according the information provided.

Seems like they are looking for coders from my understanding.

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Bittencoin is a WIP mini-casino for Bitcoin. But we need programmers. We are planning making a small profitable site that uses Challonge! for it.

https://bittencoin.wordpress.com/2015/10/16/what-is-bittencoin/
Not quite, half goes to the site according the information provided. if this is the case with them, i think it does not worth the time because nobody will get paid eventually because this is running on a shared domain.
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October 19, 2015, 02:23:33 AM
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Uhh you don't usually put coins into a faucet.
I'd say this is gambling.

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October 19, 2015, 06:04:41 PM
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Uhh you don't usually put coins into a faucet.
I'd say this is gambling.
Gambling? i dont think so it look more like a lottery but the wordpress domain make it to loss it credibility.
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October 19, 2015, 06:25:54 PM
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What i personally understood from this idea is that, this is like a lottery whereby many people buys tickets and only few winners will take all the money minus admin fees.

Not quite, half goes to the site according the information provided.

Seems like they are looking for coders from my understanding.

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Bittencoin is a WIP mini-casino for Bitcoin. But we need programmers. We are planning making a small profitable site that uses Challonge! for it.

https://bittencoin.wordpress.com/2015/10/16/what-is-bittencoin/
Not quite, half goes to the site according the information provided. if this is the case with them, i think it does not worth the time because nobody will get paid eventually because this is running on a shared domain.


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The losers dont get anything, but the winner, Jim, earned 2x his winnings, while the other half went to the site. We reveal everything we do 'cause we're honest damnit. And yeah, that's it.

It seems like only half is being paid out while other half goes to the site unless I'm not understanding this statement correctly.
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October 21, 2015, 06:00:48 PM
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It's seems like gambling, maybe use ponzi scheme in the system. also the site is WordPress, it's really fishy.

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