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February 28, 2017, 06:17:20 AM
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February 28, 2017, 07:12:36 AM
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Contact OP https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=948280 over PM and it looks like he is willing to give this to interested person for free to try.

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Let me make this portion more clear: If you are interested in the bot, have a conversation. I do NOT want payment of any sort!

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February 28, 2017, 09:39:03 AM
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I... Don't understand.

I'm sorry but you're saying you made a satoshi mines bot. Great.
Then you're saying the the bot is chosing its picks at random... Ok well what's the point then? No strategy for the bot? Pure randomness? Then why even creating a bot? You like to lose money? ^^

And then... You say the bot is winning money? Well unless Satoshi Mines has a negative house edge that's not possible on high numbers with fixed bets...
So I guess you're increasing the bets after every loss. A plain and simple Martingale isn't it?

That's the strategy, randomness. Really, since all the tiles are random, there isn't any systematic 'strategy' that you can do, though I'm eager to see what OP has in mind.
The bot makes (according to OP) 1 - 1.93 bets per second, that's really fast and is already a good enough (for some people the only) reason to use it.

Right now it's a very fast auto-Martingale with pure randomness and stop-loss, pretty much.


That's not exactly what I would call a strategy though xD
That's more like... Spending money in a useless and 100% sure losing way.
Randomness can work on small numbers if you're lucky, but a bot made for random betting? That's like throwing money away, please throw it to me if you have so much to lose Grin

Yeah well if it's just a fast martingale bot... That's not very new ^^
And most importantly it won't earn money. Not possible. If Martingale made anyone winning money all casinos in the world would have closed already.

Yeah I don't get the point of the bot either. This is pretty much more of like the "autobet" feature that most dice sites already have but this is based on a satoshi mines type of site.

So I guess its good for someone who wants to make a lot of bets very fast but I highly doubt it will pay off in the long run.

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February 28, 2017, 11:44:19 AM
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it is possible to buy
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satoshimines?
Contact OP https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=948280 over PM and it looks like he is willing to give this to interested person for free to try.

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Let me make this portion more clear: If you are interested in the bot, have a conversation. I do NOT want payment of any sort!


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March 16, 2017, 06:21:00 AM
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i wish to try your satoshimines bot
it is possible or not?
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March 16, 2017, 10:20:21 AM
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i wish to try your satoshimines bot
it is possible or not?

I think the guy is long gone. HE hasn't replied in over a month. I think alot of people offended him when they said "his bot is useless" and he just stopped developing the bot and quit replying in this thread.


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April 22, 2017, 05:17:23 AM
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this guy on youtube uses something similiar i suppose
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FA5TVJHbL8A
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April 22, 2017, 11:33:08 AM
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The easiest solution for people not to think your offer is a sham or something, can you at least try to post an image of what it looks likes on your end. People here in bitcointalk had been scammed or whatsoever a lot of times and trust is one of the biggest issue here, so if you want people to get interested more on your offer, post something so we could see it. Anyways it's just a suggestion and I was quite interested the first time I've read your post with all those calculations for your bet in 72hrs. Cheers!

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April 22, 2017, 11:47:01 AM
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I... Don't understand.

I'm sorry but you're saying you made a satoshi mines bot. Great.
Then you're saying the the bot is chosing its picks at random... Ok well what's the point then? No strategy for the bot? Pure randomness? Then why even creating a bot? You like to lose money? ^^

And then... You say the bot is winning money? Well unless Satoshi Mines has a negative house edge that's not possible on high numbers with fixed bets...
So I guess you're increasing the bets after every loss. A plain and simple Martingale isn't it?

That's the strategy, randomness. Really, since all the tiles are random, there isn't any systematic 'strategy' that you can do, though I'm eager to see what OP has in mind.
The bot makes (according to OP) 1 - 1.93 bets per second, that's really fast and is already a good enough (for some people the only) reason to use it.

Right now it's a very fast auto-Martingale with pure randomness and stop-loss, pretty much.


That's not exactly what I would call a strategy though xD
That's more like... Spending money in a useless and 100% sure losing way.
Randomness can work on small numbers if you're lucky, but a bot made for random betting? That's like throwing money away, please throw it to me if you have so much to lose Grin

Yeah well if it's just a fast martingale bot... That's not very new ^^
And most importantly it won't earn money. Not possible. If Martingale made anyone winning money all casinos in the world would have closed already.

Yeah I don't get the point of the bot either. This is pretty much more of like the "autobet" feature that most dice sites already have but this is based on a satoshi mines type of site.

So I guess its good for someone who wants to make a lot of bets very fast but I highly doubt it will pay off in the long run.


It is not a Satoshi mine Bot, it is a setting that you will set for you to win in Satoshimines, and avoid losing too much, but it will only work for about half percentage or more. And if you are goin to buy some, it would be better if you are going to ask for some proofs that this setting is really working, because it is hard if you are going to be scam about this, and sending the half of the payment first is more better than sending the whole payment before you get the product.

Still, don't be too much confident to put all your money into this because you might just regret it in the end, who knows if this setting has been fixed by the Satoshimines.

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April 24, 2017, 03:24:01 PM
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The easiest solution for people not to think your offer is a sham or something, can you at least try to post an image of what it looks likes on your end. People here in bitcointalk had been scammed or whatsoever a lot of times and trust is one of the biggest issue here, so if you want people to get interested more on your offer, post something so we could see it. Anyways it's just a suggestion and I was quite interested the first time I've read your post with all those calculations for your bet in 72hrs. Cheers!

An image won't be enough to prove that a certain post is a legit one, to be honest. To prove that you are providing a legit info, of course you have to provide all the needed information, for you to convince people that the Satoshi Mine Bot that OP were saying is really working. Besides, since most of the people here have trust issue, then it would be a really hard job to do to convince people to believe in you, especially if you are in the lower rank and have negative trust.

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April 25, 2017, 12:45:27 AM
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Hi,

If you want a nice working bot for satoshimines i recommend this one, video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7NgGyNMZWgs

It was a paid version, but now you can download for free.

I'm using it for the past few days and my account is growing very nice!

Goodluck!  Smiley

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