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October 30, 2017, 01:01:04 PM
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As much as I like having some BKB, I now have more than I'm comfortable with for a balanced portfolio.

It's traded on HitBTC, but it would be much easier to just find someone here, and complete the transactions on BetKing (BKB and BTC can be tipped between users).

Current buy back price at BetKing.io is $0.0947 (0.00001547BTC) per BKB, the first buy back happens on December 4. Buy backs are possible up to 10% of your holdings, every 3 months.
I'm not that patient, so I'd like to sell some already.

I want 0.00001250BTC* per BKB.


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October 30, 2017, 03:27:10 PM
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How many BKB You have?

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October 30, 2017, 03:48:45 PM
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How many BKB You have?
Although that is publicly known, it's irrelevant, as I'm not selling all. I'm looking to sell about 10,000 BKB (0.125 BTC). Batches of 1000 are totally fine too.
How many would you like to buy?

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November 08, 2017, 01:33:50 PM
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Bump: I've got 5000 BKB left to sell, the rest I'll keep for a while.

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November 12, 2017, 11:25:59 AM
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Bump: I've got 5000 BKB left to sell, the rest I'll keep for a while.
Hi, How many BTCs do you want for the ones you have left?
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February 12, 2018, 03:17:08 PM
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Bump: I've got 5000 BKB left to sell, the rest I'll keep for a while.
are you still selling?
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February 12, 2018, 03:34:54 PM
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Bump: I've got 5000 BKB left to sell, the rest I'll keep for a while.
are you still selling?

At the right price: sure Smiley

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February 12, 2018, 04:11:25 PM
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Loycev,
do you have information about the true price of these tokens?
Do you think your investment was worth the price you payed in September at the ICO.

I write this, because I would really know more about the betking track record.. but I cannot find any statistics, betsizes, number of bets, bankroll profit..anything?
I see that the toke is stable at 0,09USD for some month now.
Any hints?
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February 12, 2018, 06:00:29 PM
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I write this, because I would really know more about the betking track record.. but I cannot find any statistics, betsizes, number of bets, bankroll profit..anything?
This isn't the place to discuss BetKing's track record. You can see current stats at their website, or older stats in the ICO thread.

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February 12, 2018, 06:22:30 PM
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So it's trading for .000008 on hitbtc but you want .0000125

What am I missing?

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February 12, 2018, 06:35:26 PM
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So it's trading for .000008 on hitbtc but you want .0000125

What am I missing?
Lemme help you with this.
Post date - October 30, 2017, 01:01:04 PM


I want 0.00001250BTC* per BKB.[/size]

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February 12, 2018, 10:45:23 PM
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I quote in USD he quotes in BTC
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February 12, 2018, 11:04:51 PM
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I quote in USD he quotes in BTC

Not Loyce, but I also hold an investment in BKB. I don't think they were really worth the price I paid for them, but that's mostly because of bitcoin's huge rise in price. In USD terms, I think they rose about 50 cents. In BTC terms, my investment with the highest bonus and BCH is now worth less than 40% of my initial BTC investment, likely because they have a low volume.

Kinda funny that your Moneypot investment, assuming you will get/got your BTC, is now worth much more in both USD and BTC than it would be had you invested in Betking.

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February 12, 2018, 11:26:37 PM
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...me.

Kinda funny that your Moneypot investment, assuming you will get/got your BTC, is now worth much more in both USD and BTC than it would be had you invested in Betking.
Darkstar, I invested in Dez2016 Jan2017. I think no investment was worse in 2017 than 1 BTC in MP.
I always would like to know, what would have happened IF I had invested 1 BTC in June in Betking.
Does anyone have the ability to explain how much one BTC in Betking in June is worth now?
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February 13, 2018, 01:14:45 AM
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...me.

Kinda funny that your Moneypot investment, assuming you will get/got your BTC, is now worth much more in both USD and BTC than it would be had you invested in Betking.
Darkstar, I invested in Dez2016 Jan2017. I think no investment was worse in 2017 than 1 BTC in MP.
I always would like to know, what would have happened IF I had invested 1 BTC in June in Betking.
Does anyone have the ability to explain how much one BTC in Betking in June is worth now?

I invested 0.1BTC in BetKing, during the presale. I also chose to have Dean sell my Bitcoin Cash and IIRC Byteball for a larger investment into Betking. I ended with 6208.6 BKB.

The buyback price is currently $0.0969, but I can only sell 10% of my tokens every week at that price. Using the current preev.com rate, 1 BKB is equal to 0.00001090BTC. My 0.1BTC investment (equal to a bit over 0.11BTC after BCH and Byteball) is now worth 0.067BTC, or a 33% loss. That's assuming I waited to sell though, as it would take many weeks. Not sure how much your moneypot investment was, but I'd wager that it's around a 33% loss.

If I wanted to cashout right now though, I'd have to sell at HitBTC, where 1 BKB is going for 0.000006BTC, so my ~0.11BTC investment is worth 0.037BTC at market prices. As bad as your MP investment was, I don't think you'd be down over 60%. But then again, they are holding your funds so idk. I'd say you're investment in BetKing would be about equivalent to MoneyPot losses, though with potential to grow if BTC price goes down or stays similar with BetKing tokens. On the other hand though, you might have debt tokens and eventually be repaid some of your losses with MP.

TL;DR: 33% loss at "official" exchange rates, 60% loss at market exchange rates if you got the 25% presale discount.



Side note: Sorry for the slightly OT Loyce!

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February 13, 2018, 04:07:44 AM
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So it's trading for .000008 on hitbtc but you want .0000125

What am I missing?


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I invested 0.1BTC in BetKing, during the presale. I also chose to have Dean sell my Bitcoin Cash and IIRC Byteball for a larger investment into Betking. I ended with 6208.6 BKB.

The buyback price is currently $0.0969, but I can only sell 10% of my tokens every week at that price. Using the current preev.com rate, 1 BKB is equal to 0.00001090BTC. My 0.1BTC investment (equal to a bit over 0.11BTC after BCH and Byteball) is now worth 0.067BTC, or a 33% loss. That's assuming I waited to sell though, as it would take many weeks. Not sure how much your moneypot investment was, but I'd wager that it's around a 33% loss.

If I wanted to cashout right now though, I'd have to sell at HitBTC, where 1 BKB is going for 0.000006BTC, so my ~0.11BTC investment is worth 0.037BTC at market prices. As bad as your MP investment was, I don't think you'd be down over 60%. But then again, they are holding your funds so idk. I'd say you're investment in BetKing would be about equivalent to MoneyPot losses, though with potential to grow if BTC price goes down or stays similar with BetKing tokens. On the other hand though, you might have debt tokens and eventually be repaid some of your losses with MP.

Woow. Thanks for the time to respond to my question. Seems like normal Investor luck tought. There is nothing wrong with Betking and if it can grow in traffic it will be a good investment.
Strange enough I think after a little retraction, online betting is coming back.. I do not know where I get this impression.


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