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August 17, 2013, 04:30:20 PM
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put in .14 pulled out .32 in less than 24 hours. If its a scam or ponzi, its working pretty good!

Untill you're the last person to invest.

This is true. I wouldn't send 300 or something crazy like that, but I am going to keep rolling with some small quantities.

This post sums up why all this bullshit is a scam
Read It. Hate It. Change the facts that it represents.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1606638.msg16139644#msg16139644
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August 17, 2013, 04:46:35 PM
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got the withdraw working now x)

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August 17, 2013, 05:12:25 PM
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Can't withdraw?WTF?
Anybody help me?
Is Casinobit here?

Not sure if sockpuppet or not,

PM or write to support if you have any issue, posting on here won't help.

EDIT: Ah, got support emails and PMs, I spy with my little eye people using BTC-E and other services to send BTC that they cannot receive back.


When I clicked the "withdraw" button,the page crushed.

"An error occured.We have dispatched a team of ...to take it up..."

Somerhing like that.And I received nothing till now.But my account had been emptied when I reconnected to the site.

I've emailed you.

Any explaination?
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August 17, 2013, 05:14:21 PM
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Can't withdraw?WTF?
Anybody help me?
Is Casinobit here?

Not sure if sockpuppet or not,

PM or write to support if you have any issue, posting on here won't help.

EDIT: Ah, got support emails and PMs, I spy with my little eye people using BTC-E and other services to send BTC that they cannot receive back.


When I clicked the "withdraw" button,the page crushed.

"An error occured.We have dispatched a team of ...to take it up..."

Somerhing like that.And I received nothing till now.But my account had been emptied when I reconnected to the site.

I've emailed you.

Any explaination?

Don't worry, if anyone gets in this situation I can send you the BTC if your account has been emptied and you got nothing, as I've said, minor problems with the withdraw script.

We have just addresses the DDoS everyone, I will now be handling all the withdrawal requests and looking into fixing the script.
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August 17, 2013, 05:40:22 PM
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Can't withdraw?WTF?
Anybody help me?
Is Casinobit here?

Not sure if sockpuppet or not,

PM or write to support if you have any issue, posting on here won't help.

EDIT: Ah, got support emails and PMs, I spy with my little eye people using BTC-E and other services to send BTC that they cannot receive back.


When I clicked the "withdraw" button,the page crushed.

"An error occured.We have dispatched a team of ...to take it up..."

Somerhing like that.And I received nothing till now.But my account had been emptied when I reconnected to the site.

I've emailed you.

Any explaination?

Don't worry, if anyone gets in this situation I can send you the BTC if your account has been emptied and you got nothing, as I've said, minor problems with the withdraw script.

We have just addresses the DDoS everyone, I will now be handling all the withdrawal requests and looking into fixing the script.

OK.I'll wait.

All I care about is, how long will it take to get my coins back?And,if you fix the script, how long would it take?What kind of guarantees can you give us?
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August 17, 2013, 05:52:14 PM
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Well, I successfully withdrew my earnings, 7.06 BTC, I think I'd rather keep everything in my own wallet until everything is resolved.

I think I may be the opposite of most people, I don't like to jump to the "scam" conclusion as soon as one person offers some "proof."
With all the scam accusations always flying around and even a couple scam whistle-blowing sites that list pretty much any site that is involved in BTC, I think people mostly lean towards scam right from the get-go.  Some even seem like they WANT things to be scams...
Don't misinterpret what I'm saying, caution is necessary, especially dealing with BTC, but there is a line between cautious and paranoid.  A warning about dealing with caution can also quickly escalate into a witch hunt.

Issues have been raised, re-raised, repeated, and rephrased about whether this is a ponzi.  Any more will be beating a dead horse.  Any person being smart about investing their BTC have everything they need to make an informed decision at this point.  My decision: withdraw and wait.  My reason:  DDOs attack and current high probability of a substantial portion of the bankroll getting withdrawn in a short time period.

Casinobit, have you considered asking the community for suggestions about dealing with the attack?  This is a tech-savvy bunch after all.
Showing the invest script would also help, if it won't compromise the security of the site.
You really haven't done much besides deny allegations, proving them wrong would go a long way.  I can't see a reason not to defend yourself, unless there is nothing to defend.

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August 17, 2013, 06:05:59 PM
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Well, I successfully withdrew my earnings, 7.06 BTC, I think I'd rather keep everything in my own wallet until everything is resolved.

I think I may be the opposite of most people, I don't like to jump to the "scam" conclusion as soon as one person offers some "proof."
With all the scam accusations always flying around and even a couple scam whistle-blowing sites that list pretty much any site that is involved in BTC, I think people mostly lean towards scam right from the get-go.  Some even seem like they WANT things to be scams...
Don't misinterpret what I'm saying, caution is necessary, especially dealing with BTC, but there is a line between cautious and paranoid.  A warning about dealing with caution can also quickly escalate into a witch hunt.

Issues have been raised, re-raised, repeated, and rephrased about whether this is a ponzi.  Any more will be beating a dead horse.  Any person being smart about investing their BTC have everything they need to make an informed decision at this point.  My decision: withdraw and wait.  My reason:  DDOs attack and current high probability of a substantial portion of the bankroll getting withdrawn in a short time period.

Casinobit, have you considered asking the community for suggestions about dealing with the attack?  This is a tech-savvy bunch after all.
Showing the invest script would also help, if it won't compromise the security of the site.
You really haven't done much besides deny allegations, proving them wrong would go a long way.  I can't see a reason not to defend yourself, unless there is nothing to defend.

To the operator: why there is no clear explanation of how is the profit calculated?
The fact that people make a lot more money that expected is scaring.

The money is either from gamblers or from other investors.
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August 17, 2013, 06:13:28 PM
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Well, I successfully withdrew my earnings, 7.06 BTC, I think I'd rather keep everything in my own wallet until everything is resolved.

I think I may be the opposite of most people, I don't like to jump to the "scam" conclusion as soon as one person offers some "proof."
With all the scam accusations always flying around and even a couple scam whistle-blowing sites that list pretty much any site that is involved in BTC, I think people mostly lean towards scam right from the get-go.  Some even seem like they WANT things to be scams...
Don't misinterpret what I'm saying, caution is necessary, especially dealing with BTC, but there is a line between cautious and paranoid.  A warning about dealing with caution can also quickly escalate into a witch hunt.

Issues have been raised, re-raised, repeated, and rephrased about whether this is a ponzi.  Any more will be beating a dead horse.  Any person being smart about investing their BTC have everything they need to make an informed decision at this point.  My decision: withdraw and wait.  My reason:  DDOs attack and current high probability of a substantial portion of the bankroll getting withdrawn in a short time period.

Casinobit, have you considered asking the community for suggestions about dealing with the attack?  This is a tech-savvy bunch after all.
Showing the invest script would also help, if it won't compromise the security of the site.
You really haven't done much besides deny allegations, proving them wrong would go a long way.  I can't see a reason not to defend yourself, unless there is nothing to defend.

CasinoBit is around for some time, has far as I know he acted in good faith, and I have only good things to say about the interaction I had with him since I'm part of this community.

And even if there's a problem with the investment math, this would not be a pure ponzi because there's new money entering from player's lost bets.

Can you tell me the sites where bitcoin scams are listed? Those are damn useful websites!

Thanks.

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August 17, 2013, 06:14:50 PM
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Well, I successfully withdrew my earnings, 7.06 BTC, I think I'd rather keep everything in my own wallet until everything is resolved.

I think I may be the opposite of most people, I don't like to jump to the "scam" conclusion as soon as one person offers some "proof."
With all the scam accusations always flying around and even a couple scam whistle-blowing sites that list pretty much any site that is involved in BTC, I think people mostly lean towards scam right from the get-go.  Some even seem like they WANT things to be scams...
Don't misinterpret what I'm saying, caution is necessary, especially dealing with BTC, but there is a line between cautious and paranoid.  A warning about dealing with caution can also quickly escalate into a witch hunt.

Issues have been raised, re-raised, repeated, and rephrased about whether this is a ponzi.  Any more will be beating a dead horse.  Any person being smart about investing their BTC have everything they need to make an informed decision at this point.  My decision: withdraw and wait.  My reason:  DDOs attack and current high probability of a substantial portion of the bankroll getting withdrawn in a short time period.

Casinobit, have you considered asking the community for suggestions about dealing with the attack?  This is a tech-savvy bunch after all.
Showing the invest script would also help, if it won't compromise the security of the site.
You really haven't done much besides deny allegations, proving them wrong would go a long way.  I can't see a reason not to defend yourself, unless there is nothing to defend.

No problem, keep you BTC in your wallet. Sharing scripts is completely out of the question, there is no ponzi and never have been.

I do appreciate the support of the community, many great people but I rather leave the programming to the professionals. As far as I'm concerned there are no accusations, just FUD and people that echo the FUD.

To the operator: why there is no clear explanation of how is the profit calculated?
The fact that people make a lot more money that expected is scaring.

The money is either from gamblers or from other investors.

As there are no sign that CasinoBit owner is considering that he need to find the bug and fix his site, I am here to announce that this site is a scam.

As I've said, there is no ponzi, the profit is calculated as (Total-Winnings)*(Respective percent owned).

How is this not clear enough?
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August 17, 2013, 06:31:15 PM
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Re-invested 0.35BTC, withdrew 0.62BTC today via Chrome, transaction appears on the blockchain.  This is my 2nd withdrawal, no problems yet. Overall, I tripled my original investment.
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August 17, 2013, 06:32:48 PM
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Well, I successfully withdrew my earnings, 7.06 BTC, I think I'd rather keep everything in my own wallet until everything is resolved.

I think I may be the opposite of most people, I don't like to jump to the "scam" conclusion as soon as one person offers some "proof."
With all the scam accusations always flying around and even a couple scam whistle-blowing sites that list pretty much any site that is involved in BTC, I think people mostly lean towards scam right from the get-go.  Some even seem like they WANT things to be scams...
Don't misinterpret what I'm saying, caution is necessary, especially dealing with BTC, but there is a line between cautious and paranoid.  A warning about dealing with caution can also quickly escalate into a witch hunt.

Issues have been raised, re-raised, repeated, and rephrased about whether this is a ponzi.  Any more will be beating a dead horse.  Any person being smart about investing their BTC have everything they need to make an informed decision at this point.  My decision: withdraw and wait.  My reason:  DDOs attack and current high probability of a substantial portion of the bankroll getting withdrawn in a short time period.

Casinobit, have you considered asking the community for suggestions about dealing with the attack?  This is a tech-savvy bunch after all.
Showing the invest script would also help, if it won't compromise the security of the site.
You really haven't done much besides deny allegations, proving them wrong would go a long way.  I can't see a reason not to defend yourself, unless there is nothing to defend.

No problem, keep you BTC in your wallet. Sharing scripts is completely out of the question, there is no ponzi and never have been.

I do appreciate the support of the community, many great people but I rather leave the programming to the professionals. As far as I'm concerned there are no accusations, just FUD and people that echo the FUD.

To the operator: why there is no clear explanation of how is the profit calculated?
The fact that people make a lot more money that expected is scaring.

The money is either from gamblers or from other investors.

As there are no sign that CasinoBit owner is considering that he need to find the bug and fix his site, I am here to announce that this site is a scam.

As I've said, there is no ponzi, the profit is calculated as (Total-Winnings)*(Respective percent owned).

How is this not clear enough?

You say FUD I say accusation, ta-may-toe, ta-mah-toe.  

I have noticed that over the past 3 days the profit margin of total winning/total bets has increased ~2.5% and the total bets have more than doubled.  I don't see these numbers in any of the pro-ponzi calculations.

Can't wait for the Ddos to be mitigated, so I can throw some coins back.

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August 17, 2013, 06:33:47 PM
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Well, I successfully withdrew my earnings, 7.06 BTC, I think I'd rather keep everything in my own wallet until everything is resolved.

I think I may be the opposite of most people, I don't like to jump to the "scam" conclusion as soon as one person offers some "proof."
With all the scam accusations always flying around and even a couple scam whistle-blowing sites that list pretty much any site that is involved in BTC, I think people mostly lean towards scam right from the get-go.  Some even seem like they WANT things to be scams...
Don't misinterpret what I'm saying, caution is necessary, especially dealing with BTC, but there is a line between cautious and paranoid.  A warning about dealing with caution can also quickly escalate into a witch hunt.

Issues have been raised, re-raised, repeated, and rephrased about whether this is a ponzi.  Any more will be beating a dead horse.  Any person being smart about investing their BTC have everything they need to make an informed decision at this point.  My decision: withdraw and wait.  My reason:  DDOs attack and current high probability of a substantial portion of the bankroll getting withdrawn in a short time period.

Casinobit, have you considered asking the community for suggestions about dealing with the attack?  This is a tech-savvy bunch after all.
Showing the invest script would also help, if it won't compromise the security of the site.
You really haven't done much besides deny allegations, proving them wrong would go a long way.  I can't see a reason not to defend yourself, unless there is nothing to defend.

CasinoBit is around for some time, has far as I know he acted in good faith, and I have only good things to say about the interaction I had with him since I'm part of this community.

And even if there's a problem with the investment math, this would not be a pure ponzi because there's new money entering from player's lost bets.

Can you tell me the sites where bitcoin scams are listed? Those are damn useful websites!

Thanks.

Not really useful, when they name EVERY site as a scam, even if it isn't.

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August 17, 2013, 06:54:08 PM
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Not really useful, when they name EVERY site as a scam, even if it isn't.

Oh, I see.

I thought they were legitimate.

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August 17, 2013, 07:39:59 PM
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You say FUD I say accusation, ta-may-toe, ta-mah-toe.  

I have noticed that over the past 3 days the profit margin of total winning/total bets has increased ~2.5% and the total bets have more than doubled.  I don't see these numbers in any of the pro-ponzi calculations.

Can't wait for the Ddos to be mitigated, so I can throw some coins back.


The DDoS issue was taken care of already, I have announced that on the other thread apparently.
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August 17, 2013, 08:21:37 PM
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CasinoBit, do you still plan to lunch a poker site?

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August 17, 2013, 08:44:27 PM
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CasinoBit, do you still plan to lunch a poker site?

Not currently, we are already exploring plenty of new territory so to speak, we have some bugs to address, albeit not critical they can get pretty annoying.
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August 17, 2013, 09:32:43 PM
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Got my withdrawal with no problems, going to re-invest another small sum and hopefully continue to build profit!
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August 17, 2013, 10:43:23 PM
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Due to the nature of bitcoin and fractions, it is vital that you add 1 or 2 decimal places to the "percentage of total bankroll invested," due to the possibility of low investment amounts.

Currently, with .11 BTC invested, which your site claims is ".01%," divesting would only earn me .07 of the ~720BTC invested right now.
Since .11 is more accurately .0153% of the sites' total bankroll, it would be unfortunate to only receive a fraction of what I've truly earned.

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August 17, 2013, 10:47:39 PM
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Under attack again?  Can't load

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August 17, 2013, 10:48:22 PM
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Is casinobit.net under DDOS again?

Having trouble accessing the site.

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