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May 29, 2017, 08:32:00 AM
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I am interested in Bitcoin for longer than 2 years.

I'm organizing chess tournament on https://lichess.org site which will pay out 0.045 BTC ($100) prize for the winner. There are 10 slots available in this tournament. I won't be participating in this tournament, but instead we will be organizing it.

IF YOU ARE WORRIED ABOUT CHEATERS... Let me say we will be playing Chess960 which is near impossible to cheat on. To read more, check here: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chess960 And lichess bans cheaters, their anti-cheat system is working great.

The are still slots available!

The next tournament will have 20 slots and $200 prize in Bitcoin.

The tournament will start 15 June or 30 June 2017 on 12:00 NYC time. It depends how fast slots will be filled. If no all slots will be filled, you get your fee back. But if you won't participate in tournament, you lose your fee.

Since I don't have any sponsors, there is .005 BTC fee in order to participate in the tournament in order to help fund the prize. If you are skilled enough, you can turn $12 worth of bitcoin into $100! PM me for more info and check availability. I allow usage of escrow, if you lose, then your escrow is emptied. If you win, you are sent back escrow + rest of prize directly.

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June 30, 2017, 08:09:34 PM
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I would be interested. How much would transaction fees increase the price, though?

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