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March 23, 2019, 09:49:12 PM
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Someone deposited around 0.1 bitcoin in one of my Bitsler deposit addresses.

If this was any of you, then please contact Bitsler support in order to claim it back.

I haven't given out any of my deposit addresses so I have no idea where this came from.

The only explanation i can come up with , in this situation, is that after the update your deposit address was changed with another's members adcress, and maybe he didnt check his deposit address and sent to his old one.
Or maybe you got a prize, who knows Smiley
The odds are low for the chances that the deposit address is switched to another existing and active address. I am thinking that this is a result of a copy and paste habit or address is in spreadsheet or word pad and it was switched to another user. Then again, this is a good example of honesty and good integrity.


True, the chances are next to impossible, lol, but still it can be a logical explanation ; and yes as i said too, can be a copy paste mistake, and i doubt the user who sent the BTC, unless he knows Isildur can recover that BTC.
Nice gesture from Isildur tho.
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March 24, 2019, 04:48:18 PM
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And someone came for the kill at Bitsler! That's a massive win!!! A record.

Congratulations!



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March 25, 2019, 05:31:50 AM
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Someone deposited around 0.1 bitcoin in one of my Bitsler deposit addresses.

If this was any of you, then please contact Bitsler support in order to claim it back.

I haven't given out any of my deposit addresses so I have no idea where this came from.

The only explanation i can come up with , in this situation, is that after the update your deposit address was changed with another's members adcress, and maybe he didnt check his deposit address and sent to his old one.
Or maybe you got a prize, who knows Smiley
The odds are low for the chances that the deposit address is switched to another existing and active address. I am thinking that this is a result of a copy and paste habit or address is in spreadsheet or word pad and it was switched to another user. Then again, this is a good example of honesty and good integrity.


But said that he never reveal any of his address to anyone so there is no way that he could get that amount. I just wondering about the process, is it has been fixed? For this time it may be 0.1 btc amount that has been credited to insildur, but how about if later someone find out that he loss some money with a similar case like insildur? Although it is not a big deal, we do not know thr problem either is is just sending into a wrong deposit address or some tiny bug
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March 26, 2019, 11:52:53 PM
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Someone deposited around 0.1 bitcoin in one of my Bitsler deposit addresses.

If this was any of you, then please contact Bitsler support in order to claim it back.

I haven't given out any of my deposit addresses so I have no idea where this came from.
I wonder how many stepped forward and claimed that they are the one who committed the mistake and erroneously sent you 0.1BTC and tried to ask what was the BTC address where 0.01BTC was deposited.


This is something to motivate others that its possible to win this big in Bitsler. Congrats to the winner!
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March 27, 2019, 02:04:53 PM
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Just as an update, I've received another deposit making the total almost 0.25 worth in bitcoin atm.

Admins are aware of this as well and told me that the problem isn't from their side.

No one has tried to claim this or had any problems with deposits not showing up either.

I checked the address in the blockchain explorer and I can see that there is around 0.5 bitcoin still incoming to my address

This has never happened to me on any other site before so I just thought it would be a fun thing to share because it really is a unique situation


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March 27, 2019, 11:55:53 PM
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Just as an update, I've received another deposit making the total almost 0.25 worth in bitcoin atm.

Admins are aware of this as well and told me that the problem isn't from their side.

No one has tried to claim this or had any problems with deposits not showing up either.

I checked the address in the blockchain explorer and I can see that there is around 0.5 bitcoin still incoming to my address

This has never happened to me on any other site before so I just thought it would be a fun thing to share because it really is a unique situation

I was thinking that it came from the site itself as a tip but since you mentioned that its from a Bitcoin ATM that makes this issue more strange and complicated as to how can a randomly created BTC address receive funds out from no where. Nevertheless, I admire your honesty, may your kind of personality multiply.
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March 28, 2019, 03:20:50 AM
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Just as an update, I've received another deposit making the total almost 0.25 worth in bitcoin atm.

Admins are aware of this as well and told me that the problem isn't from their side.

No one has tried to claim this or had any problems with deposits not showing up either.

I checked the address in the blockchain explorer and I can see that there is around 0.5 bitcoin still incoming to my address

This has never happened to me on any other site before so I just thought it would be a fun thing to share because it really is a unique situation
Have the Bitsler's admin notified everyone in the website including in the forum? The disadvantage of notifying it to everyone is a lot of people will claim that the BTC is theirs and they will try to claim it back. So I think the best thing to do is to wait it out and maybe one way or another a person will try to communicate with Bitsler's support about the lost deposit. Chances are the sender is unaware of the situation that is why you still are receiving BTC at the moment.

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March 28, 2019, 12:52:46 PM
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Just as an update, I've received another deposit making the total almost 0.25 worth in bitcoin atm.

Admins are aware of this as well and told me that the problem isn't from their side.

No one has tried to claim this or had any problems with deposits not showing up either.

I checked the address in the blockchain explorer and I can see that there is around 0.5 bitcoin still incoming to my address

This has never happened to me on any other site before so I just thought it would be a fun thing to share because it really is a unique situation


Is the sending address the same with the first?

I was thinking that it came from the site itself as a tip but since you mentioned that its from a Bitcoin ATM that makes this issue more strange and complicated as to how can a randomly created BTC address receive funds out from no where. Nevertheless, I admire your honesty, may your kind of personality multiply.

atm = at the moment.


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March 28, 2019, 10:54:29 PM
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Have the Bitsler's admin notified everyone in the website including in the forum? The disadvantage of notifying it to everyone is a lot of people will claim that the BTC is theirs and they will try to claim it back. So I think the best thing to do is to wait it out and maybe one way or another a person will try to communicate with Bitsler's support about the lost deposit. Chances are the sender is unaware of the situation that is why you still are receiving BTC at the moment.
I don't think this will happen because he did not say anything or announced what is the BTC address that received those funds. Only the admins know the BTC address.

I was thinking that it came from the site itself as a tip but since you mentioned that its from a Bitcoin ATM that makes this issue more strange and complicated as to how can a randomly created BTC address receive funds out from no where. Nevertheless, I admire your honesty, may your kind of personality multiply.

atm = at the moment.
Thank you for correcting me, that is so silly of me to think that atm is the machine that dispenses BTC.
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March 29, 2019, 10:00:42 AM
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Just as an update, I've received another deposit making the total almost 0.25 worth in bitcoin atm.

Admins are aware of this as well and told me that the problem isn't from their side.

No one has tried to claim this or had any problems with deposits not showing up either.

I checked the address in the blockchain explorer and I can see that there is around 0.5 bitcoin still incoming to my address

This has never happened to me on any other site before so I just thought it would be a fun thing to share because it really is a unique situation



maybe its from a silent admirer who appreciated your work , you never know
the problem is this might be a stalker admirer who knows your deposit addy  Cheesy
but jokes aside , this a pretty unique situation - in my years gambling on multiple sites I have yet to recieve a random deposit that wasn't followed by a series of rather painicky messages in pm

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March 29, 2019, 11:37:55 AM
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Just as an update, I've received another deposit making the total almost 0.25 worth in bitcoin atm.

Admins are aware of this as well and told me that the problem isn't from their side.

No one has tried to claim this or had any problems with deposits not showing up either.

I checked the address in the blockchain explorer and I can see that there is around 0.5 bitcoin still incoming to my address

This has never happened to me on any other site before so I just thought it would be a fun thing to share because it really is a unique situation



maybe its from a silent admirer who appreciated your work , you never know
the problem is this might be a stalker admirer who knows your deposit addy  Cheesy
but jokes aside , this a pretty unique situation - in my years gambling on multiple sites I have yet to recieve a random deposit that wasn't followed by a series of rather painicky messages in pm

Its rare situation I received deposit to my address only from spammers

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March 30, 2019, 12:09:17 AM
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Just as an update, I've received another deposit making the total almost 0.25 worth in bitcoin atm.

Admins are aware of this as well and told me that the problem isn't from their side.

No one has tried to claim this or had any problems with deposits not showing up either.

I checked the address in the blockchain explorer and I can see that there is around 0.5 bitcoin still incoming to my address

This has never happened to me on any other site before so I just thought it would be a fun thing to share because it really is a unique situation



In this case if you do not want the coin many people want it of course, so I can say if you make some games on the chat there will be tons of players as well. I do not know whether it is a missent or what but there is someone who does not want their name to be told so i think either you just keep it for yourselves or may be you can share with everyone here Grin
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March 30, 2019, 01:14:23 PM
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Just as an update, I've received another deposit making the total almost 0.25 worth in bitcoin atm.

Admins are aware of this as well and told me that the problem isn't from their side.

No one has tried to claim this or had any problems with deposits not showing up either.

I checked the address in the blockchain explorer and I can see that there is around 0.5 bitcoin still incoming to my address

This has never happened to me on any other site before so I just thought it would be a fun thing to share because it really is a unique situation


I think you are very lucky and Satoshi somehow put code in bitcoin which would activate in March 2019 and reward you forever, lol joke of course.
Btw can you post that adress where you get deposits? I think maybe your adress is used on bitcoin double or similar websites and people wrongly deposit? Otherwise have no idea because someone has deposited earlier, now again, there is very low chanse that someone generated same adress, very curious situation.
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March 30, 2019, 01:15:41 PM
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Does bitsler has faucet still? I believe that bitsler had this kind of service the year before last year. And that's the last time I opened my bitsler account.

Bitsler replaced the old faucet with a new one which we call it, BTSLR. Users have to claim it and who has the highest BTSLR balance at the end of the day will be rewarded with bitcoin according to their rank. There are also prizes for weekly contest. For more info you can visit this link https://help.bitsler.com/hc/en-us/articles/360012769114-BITSLER-Coin-Challenge-New-Faucet-System-
Looks good for those who just wants to gamble with free money.
At least they have to do their best in order to get a real money out of it,
This is a good way to attract new users because everyday they have a chance to get a real money from the faucet.

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Does bitsler has faucet still? I believe that bitsler had this kind of service the year before last year. And that's the last time I opened my bitsler account.

Bitsler replaced the old faucet with a new one which we call it, BTSLR. Users have to claim it and who has the highest BTSLR balance at the end of the day will be rewarded with bitcoin according to their rank. There are also prizes for weekly contest. For more info you can visit this link https://help.bitsler.com/hc/en-us/articles/360012769114-BITSLER-Coin-Challenge-New-Faucet-System-
Looks good for those who just wants to gamble with free money.
At least they have to do their best in order to get a real money out of it,
This is a good way to attract new users because everyday they have a chance to get a real money from the faucet.

not only this is a way to attract new users to the site and get them to learn the ropes using the free faucet while having an opportunity to earn real coins ,
this is one of the many ways Bitsler employs to reward its loyal , returning  customers
the higher level you are - the larger amount of coins you can claim daily
it also encourages you to wager in order to level up , because levels are not just for fun , but bring many boons to a player

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March 31, 2019, 08:48:31 AM
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Does bitsler has faucet still? I believe that bitsler had this kind of service the year before last year. And that's the last time I opened my bitsler account.

Bitsler replaced the old faucet with a new one which we call it, BTSLR. Users have to claim it and who has the highest BTSLR balance at the end of the day will be rewarded with bitcoin according to their rank. There are also prizes for weekly contest. For more info you can visit this link https://help.bitsler.com/hc/en-us/articles/360012769114-BITSLER-Coin-Challenge-New-Faucet-System-
Looks good for those who just wants to gamble with free money.
At least they have to do their best in order to get a real money out of it,
This is a good way to attract new users because everyday they have a chance to get a real money from the faucet.

Yeah, this is one of a good day to get more and more players because not every site succeed with this style of promotion, some of them have this to change to faucet but somehow their site can't afford to give this to their players as well because it can't be changed to real money so they just giving nothing to the new players. But bitsler gives everything to their players in order to expand their site
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Yeah, this is one of a good day to get more and more players because not every site succeed with this style of promotion, some of them have this to change to faucet but somehow their site can't afford to give this to their players as well because it can't be changed to real money so they just giving nothing to the new players. But bitsler gives everything to their players in order to expand their site
Faucet is just one of things to help gambling sites get participations of gamblers.
The technical and graphic designs of their games, provably fair specification, and the speed of deposits and withdrawals, especially withdrawals are other important things for success of gambling sites.
In addition, KYC might restrict potential success because gamblers tend to hate KYCs.

Hey Faucets in a site are always a nice idea as many newbie users first like to test it, before playing big hand and I like the way one needs to earn his faucets at BTSLR. I think yours is a valid point as site design, instant withdrawal, instant deposits, probably fair game are also important factors for a gambler. I don’t think all gamblers need to worry about KYC, as you only need it if you win a very big amount, for small amounts you’re not subjected to KYC regulations.

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April 01, 2019, 03:06:44 PM
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Yeah, this is one of a good day to get more and more players because not every site succeed with this style of promotion, some of them have this to change to faucet but somehow their site can't afford to give this to their players as well because it can't be changed to real money so they just giving nothing to the new players. But bitsler gives everything to their players in order to expand their site
Faucet is just one of things to help gambling sites get participations of gamblers.
The technical and graphic designs of their games, provably fair specification, and the speed of deposits and withdrawals, especially withdrawals are other important things for success of gambling sites.
In addition, KYC might restrict potential success because gamblers tend to hate KYCs.

It is indeed a big help for newbie especially for new customer but mostly players tend to abuse it and that is why most of the site think to not have this or giving really small amount to prevent this happens again but it keeps on coming again until there is new ideas about the BTSLR coin which can replace old faucet. So now they do not even bothering about their own budget on faucet anymore
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April 02, 2019, 12:51:34 PM
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Hey Faucets in a site are always a nice idea as many newbie users first like to test it, before playing big hand and I like the way one needs to earn his faucets at BTSLR. I think yours is a valid point as site design, instant withdrawal, instant deposits, probably fair game are also important factors for a gambler. I don’t think all gamblers need to worry about KYC, as you only need it if you win a very big amount, for small amounts you’re not subjected to KYC regulations.

As far as I know, KYC will be applied only on a specific occurrence, to users who are suspected of committing acts that are not commendable. So, as long as we play according to the rules, we don't need to worry about being asked to do a KYC, no matter how big our withdrawal amount will be.

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