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September 30, 2013, 05:05:35 AM
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Which is the new casino you're going to invest? Is it open to everyone for invest in the bankroll?

This casino is being sold, I will be buying into the new bankroll with 100% of the profits going to cover debt. Making it open for everyone wouldn't look too good because I know people will claim that this is some ponzi follow-up so until the whole debt is repaid they are unlikely to open it.

So your taking money you stole to invest in someone else's casino with the expectation of paying off the people you robbed. How could you possibly believe this is a wise idea? Your clearly are delusional to think that your 100BTC investment is going to make over 300% profit to cover the 300BTC++ that you stole.

Whoever has this clowns personal info please release it, there are definitely ways to handle this situation that don't involve this retard making decisions.
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September 30, 2013, 07:39:49 AM
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Which is the new casino you're going to invest? Is it open to everyone for invest in the bankroll?

This casino is being sold, I will be buying into the new bankroll with 100% of the profits going to cover debt. Making it open for everyone wouldn't look too good because I know people will claim that this is some ponzi follow-up so until the whole debt is repaid they are unlikely to open it.

So your taking money you stole to invest in someone else's casino with the expectation of paying off the people you robbed. How could you possibly believe this is a wise idea? Your clearly are delusional to think that your 100BTC investment is going to make over 300% profit to cover the 300BTC++ that you stole.

Whoever has this clowns personal info please release it, there are definitely ways to handle this situation that don't involve this retard making decisions.

You really are a class act, so you steal people's money to invest in another casino, then you try and make it seem like your doing them a favor by investing there money in another casino to pay them back.

As I have already said security was compromised, a small bug was exploited and BTC was lost (and as I recall I have mentioned that we will not be taking ANY responsibility in that event due to our safety margin being non existent, e.g. 0% fees), if I have really wanted to steal peoples money I could disappear with the 880BTC invested in the system at its peak but I didn't. Instead I have made the best situation out of what happened and took full responsibility as well as have agreed to make everyone whole, I have even agreed to sink my own 13,000$ in the process of making everyone whole and I am sitting here with a fever working actively to ultimately repay everyone owed despite the constant threats etc. How am I a thief again?

The offer was altruistic in nature to begin with, I had no intention of making any profit in the first few months.

The 100BTC is enough to cover about (roughly) 1/3 of the debt, if I could repay it fully I would.

You don't read too well do you? And please refrain from calling me names the next time you want an answer. I will not address your points otherwise.
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September 30, 2013, 07:52:56 AM
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Which is the new casino you're going to invest? Is it open to everyone for invest in the bankroll?

This casino is being sold, I will be buying into the new bankroll with 100% of the profits going to cover debt. Making it open for everyone wouldn't look too good because I know people will claim that this is some ponzi follow-up so until the whole debt is repaid they are unlikely to open it.

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September 30, 2013, 08:14:01 AM
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Which is the new casino you're going to invest? Is it open to everyone for invest in the bankroll?

This casino is being sold, I will be buying into the new bankroll with 100% of the profits going to cover debt. Making it open for everyone wouldn't look too good because I know people will claim that this is some ponzi follow-up so until the whole debt is repaid they are unlikely to open it.


Someone invested his life-savings in Casinobit? I'm flattered
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September 30, 2013, 04:28:11 PM
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So, when are we going to be paid  Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

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September 30, 2013, 04:55:43 PM
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Which is the new casino you're going to invest? Is it open to everyone for invest in the bankroll?

This casino is being sold, I will be buying into the new bankroll with 100% of the profits going to cover debt. Making it open for everyone wouldn't look too good because I know people will claim that this is some ponzi follow-up so until the whole debt is repaid they are unlikely to open it.


Someone invested his life-savings in Casinobit? I'm flattered


What prevents you from paying the 100btc to the users/investors right now (approximately 1/3rd), and then when the new casino goes live, paying the other 2/3rds?

I don't see any logic in your actions. However, I did not see any logic in your actions in the past 2 months, so I guess that is expected.
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September 30, 2013, 05:10:36 PM
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Which is the new casino you're going to invest? Is it open to everyone for invest in the bankroll?

This casino is being sold, I will be buying into the new bankroll with 100% of the profits going to cover debt. Making it open for everyone wouldn't look too good because I know people will claim that this is some ponzi follow-up so until the whole debt is repaid they are unlikely to open it.


Someone invested his life-savings in Casinobit? I'm flattered


What prevents you from paying the 100btc to the users/investors right now (approximately 1/3rd), and then when the new casino goes live, paying the other 2/3rds?

I don't see any logic in your actions. However, I did not see any logic in your actions in the past 2 months, so I guess that is expected.

He has no interest in paying anyone. Otherwise he would have already began to. He's claiming to fund someone else's casino with the money he stole then claiming those profits will make everyone whole. What he doesn't realize is the 100BTC he's investing needs to make 300BTC++ to cover everyone. So unless there's millions wagered in this new casino the reality of anyone getting payed is slim to none.
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September 30, 2013, 05:37:49 PM
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Which is the new casino you're going to invest? Is it open to everyone for invest in the bankroll?

This casino is being sold, I will be buying into the new bankroll with 100% of the profits going to cover debt. Making it open for everyone wouldn't look too good because I know people will claim that this is some ponzi follow-up so until the whole debt is repaid they are unlikely to open it.


Someone invested his life-savings in Casinobit? I'm flattered


What prevents you from paying the 100btc to the users/investors right now (approximately 1/3rd), and then when the new casino goes live, paying the other 2/3rds?

I don't see any logic in your actions. However, I did not see any logic in your actions in the past 2 months, so I guess that is expected.

He has no interest in paying anyone. Otherwise he would have already began to. He's claiming to fund someone else's casino with the money he stole then claiming those profits will make everyone whole. What he doesn't realize is the 100BTC he's investing needs to make 300BTC++ to cover everyone. So unless there's millions wagered in this new casino the reality of anyone getting payed is slim to none.

Oh so he won't be actually paying anyone unless that casino becomes a wild success and generates enough profit for his investment share to cover the btc owed here. Yeah this is dumb if that's what he is planning to do.
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October 01, 2013, 12:28:14 AM
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So, when are we going to be paid  Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

You (bettor) will be at the highest priority. The new owners should put up their new casino soon enough.

What prevents you from paying the 100btc to the users/investors right now (approximately 1/3rd), and then when the new casino goes live, paying the other 2/3rds?

I don't see any logic in your actions. However, I did not see any logic in your actions in the past 2 months, so I guess that is expected.

Because putting the 100BTC towards the bankroll of the new casino will greatly accelerate repays as higher bets will be possible, plus I expect to get at least a part of those 100BTC back, as they are my own.

He has no interest in paying anyone. Otherwise he would have already began to. He's claiming to fund someone else's casino with the money he stole then claiming those profits will make everyone whole. What he doesn't realize is the 100BTC he's investing needs to make 300BTC++ to cover everyone. So unless there's millions wagered in this new casino the reality of anyone getting payed is slim to none.

Troll harder

Oh so he won't be actually paying anyone unless that casino becomes a wild success and generates enough profit for his investment share to cover the btc owed here. Yeah this is dumb if that's what he is planning to do.

Of course if we'd all be listening to your suggestions we'd all be running generic chinese games and paying 20% fees to our game owners in Bulgaria.
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October 01, 2013, 01:56:12 AM
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Of course if we'd all be listening to your suggestions we'd all be running generic chinese games and paying 20% fees to our game owners in Bulgaria.


Yeah I can see you did better by not listening to my suggestions Smiley And people will definitely bet hundreds of bitcoins in the new casino knowing you are involved in it... You know that the "The house doesn't have much coins but if someone wins I will get the bitcoins from a friend" card works only once right? Don't take this scam any further and repay your investors and players!



Yes I see where you're coming from, I will lend BTC from a person who owns equity in the company in the event of someone winning a large sum of money to bail all of our asses out. I have already done so previously.
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October 01, 2013, 04:49:24 AM
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So, when are we going to be paid  Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

You (bettor) will be at the highest priority. The new owners should put up their new casino soon enough.

What prevents you from paying the 100btc to the users/investors right now (approximately 1/3rd), and then when the new casino goes live, paying the other 2/3rds?

I don't see any logic in your actions. However, I did not see any logic in your actions in the past 2 months, so I guess that is expected.

Because putting the 100BTC towards the bankroll of the new casino will greatly accelerate repays as higher bets will be possible, plus I expect to get at least a part of those 100BTC back, as they are my own.

He has no interest in paying anyone. Otherwise he would have already began to. He's claiming to fund someone else's casino with the money he stole then claiming those profits will make everyone whole. What he doesn't realize is the 100BTC he's investing needs to make 300BTC++ to cover everyone. So unless there's millions wagered in this new casino the reality of anyone getting payed is slim to none.

Troll harder

Oh so he won't be actually paying anyone unless that casino becomes a wild success and generates enough profit for his investment share to cover the btc owed here. Yeah this is dumb if that's what he is planning to do.

Of course if we'd all be listening to your suggestions we'd all be running generic chinese games and paying 20% fees to our game owners in Bulgaria.

Your level of stupidity is mind boggling. Had you coded/ran a successful venture you would understand how casinos work, but based on your logic of accerated profits to accept larger bets your clearly just a clueless gambler. Good luck turning your 100BTC into over 3 times that much to make people whole. Keep dreaming man. Let me keep trolling though you fucking moron, man up already and pay what you owe deadbeat.
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October 01, 2013, 11:46:30 AM
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Of course if we'd all be listening to your suggestions we'd all be running generic chinese games and paying 20% fees to our game owners in Bulgaria.


Yeah I can see you did better by not listening to my suggestions Smiley And people will definitely bet hundreds of bitcoins in the new casino knowing you are involved in it... You know that the "The house doesn't have much coins but if someone wins I will get the bitcoins from a friend" card works only once right? Don't take this scam any further and repay your investors and players!



Yes I see where you're coming from, I will lend BTC from a person who owns equity in the company in the event of someone winning a large sum of money to bail all of our asses out. I have already done so previously.

Better be a maverick or a true original who is in debt rather than a copycat who offers generic games.

And my statement still stands, I would cover any bets up to 2BTC. It's significantly easier to get additional loans to cover variance as well.
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October 01, 2013, 11:49:48 AM
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Of course if we'd all be listening to your suggestions we'd all be running generic chinese games and paying 20% fees to our game owners in Bulgaria.


Yeah I can see you did better by not listening to my suggestions Smiley And people will definitely bet hundreds of bitcoins in the new casino knowing you are involved in it... You know that the "The house doesn't have much coins but if someone wins I will get the bitcoins from a friend" card works only once right? Don't take this scam any further and repay your investors and players!



Yes I see where you're coming from, I will lend BTC from a person who owns equity in the company in the event of someone winning a large sum of money to bail all of our asses out. I have already done so previously.

Better be a maverick or a true original who is in debt rather than a copycat who offers generic games.

And my statement still stands, I would cover any bets up to 2BTC. It's significantly easier to get additional loans to cover variance as well.


Yeah you and your dirt ass cheap if not free video feed and a buggy as hell site are a true maverick.
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October 01, 2013, 11:51:33 AM
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Of course if we'd all be listening to your suggestions we'd all be running generic chinese games and paying 20% fees to our game owners in Bulgaria.


Yeah I can see you did better by not listening to my suggestions Smiley And people will definitely bet hundreds of bitcoins in the new casino knowing you are involved in it... You know that the "The house doesn't have much coins but if someone wins I will get the bitcoins from a friend" card works only once right? Don't take this scam any further and repay your investors and players!



Yes I see where you're coming from, I will lend BTC from a person who owns equity in the company in the event of someone winning a large sum of money to bail all of our asses out. I have already done so previously.

Better be a maverick or a true original who is in debt rather than a copycat who offers generic games.

And my statement still stands, I would cover any bets up to 2BTC. It's significantly easier to get additional loans to cover variance as well.


Yeah you and your dirt ass cheap if not free video feed and a buggy as hell site are a true maverick.

Better be a maverick with a dirt ass cheap video and a buggy website than a copycat who offers generic chinese games.  Wink


What people don't seem to understand is that these things happen, if Dooglus wouldn't have 110k sitting on the table at the time of the error he would probably find himself in the same situation.
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October 01, 2013, 04:16:07 PM
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Of course if we'd all be listening to your suggestions we'd all be running generic chinese games and paying 20% fees to our game owners in Bulgaria.


Yeah I can see you did better by not listening to my suggestions Smiley And people will definitely bet hundreds of bitcoins in the new casino knowing you are involved in it... You know that the "The house doesn't have much coins but if someone wins I will get the bitcoins from a friend" card works only once right? Don't take this scam any further and repay your investors and players!



Yes I see where you're coming from, I will lend BTC from a person who owns equity in the company in the event of someone winning a large sum of money to bail all of our asses out. I have already done so previously.

Better be a maverick or a true original who is in debt rather than a copycat who offers generic games.

And my statement still stands, I would cover any bets up to 2BTC. It's significantly easier to get additional loans to cover variance as well.


Yeah you and your dirt ass cheap if not free video feed and a buggy as hell site are a true maverick.

Better be a maverick with a dirt ass cheap video and a buggy website than a copycat who offers generic chinese games.  Wink


What people don't seem to understand is that these things happen, if Dooglus wouldn't have 110k sitting on the table at the time of the error he would probably find himself in the same situation.

Hoorah for the failed maverick. It's amazing that you compare yourself to others that actually pay debts. I really hope your not this clueless. Way to go fallen maverick.
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October 01, 2013, 06:49:01 PM
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How many BTC did you sell the site for?
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October 01, 2013, 07:02:10 PM
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I would say that a casino that stay solvent is far superior; regardless, the games it offers.
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October 01, 2013, 07:33:54 PM
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I would say that a casino that stay solvent is far superior; regardless, the games it offers.

So wait are you saying there's no value in offering an original idea and failing miserably. I can't seem to wrap my head around how being generic and profitable is better than being original and not profitable. Casinobit please enlighten us all with your maverick wisdom.
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October 01, 2013, 08:18:37 PM
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How many BTC did you sell the site for?

I find it hard to believe that he sold the site...yet alone that he got BTC for it! Maybe the scripts and pages...probably not the name. CasinoBit is a ruined name now.
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October 01, 2013, 09:33:16 PM
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You really are a class act, so you steal people's money to invest in another casino, then you try and make it seem like your doing them a favor by investing there money in another casino to pay them back.

As I have already said security was compromised, a small bug was exploited and BTC was lost (and as I recall I have mentioned that we will not be taking ANY responsibility in that event due to our safety margin being non existent, e.g. 0% fees), if I have really wanted to steal peoples money I could disappear with the 880BTC invested in the system at its peak but I didn't. Instead I have made the best situation out of what happened and took full responsibility as well as have agreed to make everyone whole, I have even agreed to sink my own 13,000$ in the process of making everyone whole and I am sitting here with a fever working actively to ultimately repay everyone owed despite the constant threats etc. How am I a thief again?

The offer was altruistic in nature to begin with, I had no intention of making any profit in the first few months.

The 100BTC is enough to cover about (roughly) 1/3 of the debt, if I could repay it fully I would.

You have no idea of what running a business means, you speak about "updating people" like those who were scammed should be grateful to you for not just disappearing.

You started a business, people trusted you their hard earned money, you screwed up: just be a man, take responsibility and use that 100BTC to pay back the money you owe.

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