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November 12, 2018, 10:55:15 AM
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Can you recommend me some good betting contracts that provide gambling


please provide trusted contract only

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November 12, 2018, 11:25:36 AM
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Why do you need to trust a smart contract?

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November 12, 2018, 11:54:00 AM
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Can you recommend me some good betting contracts that provide gambling


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Why do you need to trust a smart contract?
That's a good question. The whole thing that makes smart contracts special is that the reputability of the company doesn't really matter. The contract performs automatically and all of the payment get sent out without any humans being involved or able to influence the process. However, there've been news saying that every fourth smart contract has critical bugs if I am not mistaken. In this case, if the gambler is not good at programming, it will be hard to notice problems with contracts as well as even understand what this contract is even about. In that case a famous casino is to be trusted more.
Op, as for your question - unfortunately, the only smart contract casinos I know are pretty new. You see, smart contracts are costly and hard to perform. Reputable casinos already have the trust of people, so they usually don't go for it. I tried betting at a smart contract casino once and I didn't really like it. I had to install Metamask, transfer money to my Metamask wallet, then make a transaction. Afterwards, I didn't really receive the payment (even though I won the bet) or at least it was hard for me to find it (as well as for others) even though the op gave a link that was supposed to prove that the contract performed successfully. That was a free bet for me there, so I didn't bother looking into it more and finding the coins, but I don't think I want to go through that each time I decide to bet on something.

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November 12, 2018, 12:00:10 PM
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Can you recommend me some good betting contracts that provide gambling


please provide trusted contract only

Why do you need to trust a smart contract?
That's a good question. The whole thing that makes smart contracts special is that the reputability of the company doesn't really matter. The contract performs automatically and all of the payment get sent out without any humans being involved or able to influence the process. However, there've been news saying that every fourth smart contract has critical bugs if I am not mistaken. In this case, if the gambler is not good at programming, it will be hard to notice problems with contracts as well as even understand what this contract is even about. In that case a famous casino is to be trusted more.
Op, as for your question - unfortunately, the only smart contract casinos I know are pretty new. You see, smart contracts are costly and hard to perform. Reputable casinos already have the trust of people, so they usually don't go for it. I tried betting at a smart contract casino once and I didn't really like it. I had to install Metamask, transfer money to my Metamask wallet, then make a transaction. Afterwards, I didn't really receive the payment (even though I won the bet) or at least it was hard for me to find it (as well as for others) even though the op gave a link that was supposed to prove that the contract performed successfully. That was a free bet for me there, so I didn't bother looking into it more and finding the coins, but I don't think I want to go through that each time I decide to bet on something.
I would rather choose up reputable gambling sites rather convincing myself to try out those new smart contract gambling sites.As you said too i didnt really like it. Why? There are various things you should
really need to install and making some inputs where it is really time consuming or hassle on our part rather than playing on traditional gambling sites that do only require deposits and roll right away.
For newbie users specially to those who barely knows about smart contracts will really find this difficult.About the question there are some new smart contract based games on here, i cant mention yet
im not really interested at all.
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November 12, 2018, 12:35:25 PM
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Can you recommend me some good betting contracts that provide gambling


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Why do you need to trust a smart contract?

i mean from reputable person, don't want contract with 1-2 txns

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November 12, 2018, 12:36:08 PM
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and then wait for my money 1-2 months

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November 13, 2018, 05:39:02 AM
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Can you recommend me some good betting contracts that provide gambling


please provide trusted contract only

Why do you need to trust a smart contract?
That's a good question. The whole thing that makes smart contracts special is that the reputability of the company doesn't really matter. The contract performs automatically and all of the payment get sent out without any humans being involved or able to influence the process. However, there've been news saying that every fourth smart contract has critical bugs if I am not mistaken. In this case, if the gambler is not good at programming, it will be hard to notice problems with contracts as well as even understand what this contract is even about. In that case a famous casino is to be trusted more.
Op, as for your question - unfortunately, the only smart contract casinos I know are pretty new. You see, smart contracts are costly and hard to perform. Reputable casinos already have the trust of people, so they usually don't go for it. I tried betting at a smart contract casino once and I didn't really like it. I had to install Metamask, transfer money to my Metamask wallet, then make a transaction. Afterwards, I didn't really receive the payment (even though I won the bet) or at least it was hard for me to find it (as well as for others) even though the op gave a link that was supposed to prove that the contract performed successfully. That was a free bet for me there, so I didn't bother looking into it more and finding the coins, but I don't think I want to go through that each time I decide to bet on something.

so any link ?

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