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July 17, 2014, 10:33:01 AM
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OP Last Active:    July 15, 2014, 06:57:54 PM

This is very bad for the book owner Sad
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July 17, 2014, 03:32:19 PM
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Fucking A, I paid 4 btc 2 weeks ago for a 2% stake in the company.  I thought the percentage seemed a little high for what he wanted for it.  Guess it was too good to be true.  Good bye $2500, anyone have any dox on this guy?


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July 18, 2014, 02:16:53 AM
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"Short maintenance work. Back in a few hours."

well it's been 2 days.. I hate to see/say it, but this has "hit and run" written all over it.  Especially since there hasn't been any activity/statement from these guys yet..

I can bet on anything.
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July 18, 2014, 08:53:05 AM
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Fucking A, I paid 4 btc 2 weeks ago for a 2% stake in the company.  I thought the percentage seemed a little high for what he wanted for it.  Guess it was too good to be true.  Good bye $2500, anyone have any dox on this guy?

they bought their script from:
http://bet-solution.com/

Or maybe it was even run from the same owner, because bet-solution.com is also down due to maintenance  Wink
By this domain it is also possible to get the personal data (name, address...) from the owner.

But I´m not sure whether it´s justified to already post personal data in this public forum.
Maybe let´s wait another few days, because there still may be an explanation for all of this.

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July 19, 2014, 01:07:55 AM
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please come give them a score in my rankings thread because their score at the moment is not reflecting that they have likely stolen everyones money.

SPORTS BOOK RANKINGS THREAD: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=577102.0

Your scores are appreciated.  Thank you!

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July 19, 2014, 02:41:32 AM
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Not looking good. Members should have known better to stay away or keep a small balance after they started looking for investors... so they could actually payout. Wonder if they lost all the BTC again due to a hack or a whale winning big.
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July 19, 2014, 10:48:17 AM
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Not looking good. Members should have known better to stay away or keep a small balance after they started looking for investors... so they could actually payout. Wonder if they lost all the BTC again due to a hack or a whale winning big.

Or they simply get tired and bored running the site, and decided to run away with everyone's money...
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July 19, 2014, 09:53:26 PM
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Not looking good. Members should have known better to stay away or keep a small balance after they started looking for investors... so they could actually payout. Wonder if they lost all the BTC again due to a hack or a whale winning big.
They just decided to steal our money.
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July 20, 2014, 08:42:22 AM
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Wow, what a run off! Anybody have any information? I really like to see some doxing for BitcoinLiveBets staff. I know they are German, maybe German friends can help us.
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July 20, 2014, 09:25:49 AM
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Wow, what a run off! Anybody have any information? I really like to see some doxing for BitcoinLiveBets staff. I know they are German, maybe German friends can help us.

I already posted that I know how to get the complete personal information of the owner.
I just want to give them some time to maybe clear the situation, because after a few days there still is
a possibility that this is not a scam but simply a situation where a tragedy in his real-life happened (death of
a family member...)

But if all of you think we´ve waited long enough I can also post the information.
(provided that I´m allowed to post real names of people by the bitcointalk rules)
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July 20, 2014, 09:36:51 AM
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I already posted that I know how to get the complete personal information of the owner.
I just want to give them some time to maybe clear the situation, because after a few days there still is
a possibility that this is not a scam but simply a situation where a tragedy in his real-life happened (death of
a family member...)

But if all of you think we´ve waited long enough I can also post the information.
(provided that I´m allowed to post real names of people by the bitcointalk rules)

Please open a thread in Scam Accusations board.
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July 20, 2014, 09:43:43 AM
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I already posted that I know how to get the complete personal information of the owner.
I just want to give them some time to maybe clear the situation, because after a few days there still is
a possibility that this is not a scam but simply a situation where a tragedy in his real-life happened (death of
a family member...)

But if all of you think we´ve waited long enough I can also post the information.
(provided that I´m allowed to post real names of people by the bitcointalk rules)

Please open a thread in Scam Accusations board.

I am still surprised, no one gave him red mark yet.
Now look like no chance he will be back, he just gone without any update and steal our money.

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July 20, 2014, 09:59:12 AM
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I already posted that I know how to get the complete personal information of the owner.
I just want to give them some time to maybe clear the situation, because after a few days there still is
a possibility that this is not a scam but simply a situation where a tragedy in his real-life happened (death of
a family member...)

But if all of you think we´ve waited long enough I can also post the information.
(provided that I´m allowed to post real names of people by the bitcointalk rules)

Please open a thread in Scam Accusations board.

I am still surprised, no one gave him red mark yet.
Now look like no chance he will be back, he just gone without any update and steal our money.

I don't think the site and the bitcointalk "BitcoinLiveBets.com" will be back, though I think the owners may come back with a new account and a new site...

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July 20, 2014, 10:53:29 AM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=702088.0

I started the thread in scam accusations. Feel free to post there if you have
any additional information or simply state how many BTC are owed to you
by Bitcoinlivebets.

Let´s hope for a happy ending  Wink
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July 20, 2014, 10:56:01 AM
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We at DirectBet sympathies with those of you who apparently lost their deposits and investments with the disappearance of BitcoinLiveBets.com

To date, there hasn't been a single cryptocurrency Sportsbook that we are aware of, which ceased operation gracefully and honored all withdrawal requests.

All the Bitcoin Sportsbooks that were closed in the past, with no exceptions, ran away with users deposits, and every time that happened, it hampered the reputation of the Bitcoin sports betting industry as a whole. (Note : Bitbook did pay out its users for several days after closing, but not all of them).

The purpose of this post is not to spread salt on the wounds of those affected but rather to raise the point that in today's new virtual currency era, there is absolutely no need for a Sportsbook to take deposits and hold your coins while they are not wagered.

The "My Account" -> "Deposit" type of wagering belongs to the 90s.

Today, you can bet with your coins and keep them safe in your wallet under your control while they are not in a wager.

No longer do you need to park your valuable coins on 3rd party websites and hope that they will be there when you need them.

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July 20, 2014, 11:46:40 AM
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You are spot on Mr Direct Bet.
If you had a decent 300 width banner I would have you at the top of my website instead of half way down.
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July 20, 2014, 01:15:46 PM
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We at DirectBet sympathies with those of you who apparently lost their deposits and investments with the disappearance of BitcoinLiveBets.com

To date, there hasn't been a single cryptocurrency Sportsbook that we are aware of, which ceased operation gracefully and honored all withdrawal requests.

All the Bitcoin Sportsbooks that were closed in the past, with no exceptions, ran away with users deposits, and every time that happened, it hampered the reputation of the Bitcoin sports betting industry as a whole. (Note : Bitbook did pay out its users for several days after closing, but not all of them).

The purpose of this post is not to spread salt on the wounds of those affected but rather to raise the point that in today's new virtual currency era, there is absolutely no need for a Sportsbook to take deposits and hold your coins while they are not wagered.

The "My Account" -> "Deposit" type of wagering belongs to the 90s.

Today, you can bet with your coins and keep them safe in your wallet under your control while they are not in a wager.

No longer do you need to park your valuable coins on 3rd party websites and hope that they will be there when you need them.


A deposit book is still the only way to get the lines confirmed instantly without delays and getting the wrong odds - especially important with live betting.

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July 20, 2014, 02:23:42 PM
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We at DirectBet sympathies with those of you who apparently lost their deposits and investments with the disappearance of BitcoinLiveBets.com

To date, there hasn't been a single cryptocurrency Sportsbook that we are aware of, which ceased operation gracefully and honored all withdrawal requests.

All the Bitcoin Sportsbooks that were closed in the past, with no exceptions, ran away with users deposits, and every time that happened, it hampered the reputation of the Bitcoin sports betting industry as a whole. (Note : Bitbook did pay out its users for several days after closing, but not all of them).

The purpose of this post is not to spread salt on the wounds of those affected but rather to raise the point that in today's new virtual currency era, there is absolutely no need for a Sportsbook to take deposits and hold your coins while they are not wagered.

The "My Account" -> "Deposit" type of wagering belongs to the 90s.

Today, you can bet with your coins and keep them safe in your wallet under your control while they are not in a wager.

No longer do you need to park your valuable coins on 3rd party websites and hope that they will be there when you need them.


A deposit book is still the only way to get the lines confirmed instantly without delays and getting the wrong odds - especially important with live betting.

If you use the official Bitcoin client, your bet transfers will deliver within a second or two. Unofficial wallets might sometimes have delays but this is something that they will solve over time and there is an alternative for the time being.

That's not an issue when betting in-play because the traditional deposit books force a delay anyhow when betting in-play, typically of 5-7 seconds, in order not to give an unfair advantage to those who are betting while physically presenting in the game.

This 5-7 seconds forced delay by traditional deposit books is equivalent to the time it may take for non deposit books to receive and process bet transfers.

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July 22, 2014, 11:53:50 AM
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One week since Mr Bitcoinlivebets logged into this forum now.
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July 22, 2014, 12:40:01 PM
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One week since Mr Bitcoinlivebets logged into this forum now.
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I guess we will never see him logging in his account again...  Sad
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