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August 18, 2013, 03:39:51 PM 

he has also made the claims of 3/25 confirmation bug which would only occur if you tried to withdraw less than the minimum amount of 0.01BTC for which an error code of 3 would be returned.
I saw it once too. I had 2BTC in there last night, at around 11 confirmations I think. I played .01 on some number and lost. During this time, I still had the invest slider open, and the slider was at 2.0BTC, when I hit invest I got the 3/25







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August 18, 2013, 04:21:31 PM 

Taking up to 5 BTC in bets that Casinobit & their investment situation is or will turn into a Ponzi scheme. Proposition: Casinobit will be a proven Ponzi scheme within the next 3 months. This will be confirmed through inability to withdraw investments.If Casinbit is not a proven Ponzi scheme within the next 3 months, I will return double your wager. If it is, I will keep your wager.  Would use that big website, but I honestly don't understand all that weighting stuff (Yeh.. call me dumb ), just want a clean wager. Willing to use Doog or Stunna (If they abide, I'm sure they will though) as escrow for any bets! Simply post here or PM me if you wish to take me up on this! . I'll throw a coin at this, on not a ponzi, escrow being used cannot be a competitor of CasinoBit, or one of the scam screamers, John K accepted. What odds are you offering? 2:1, 5:1, 10:1? I'de like to know how confident you are on your claims, for which I've seen exactly 0 (zero) evidence supporting.




Boelens


August 18, 2013, 04:47:02 PM 

Taking up to 5 BTC in bets that Casinobit & their investment situation is or will turn into a Ponzi scheme. Proposition: Casinobit will be a proven Ponzi scheme within the next 3 months. This will be confirmed through inability to withdraw investments.If Casinbit is not a proven Ponzi scheme within the next 3 months, I will return double your wager. If it is, I will keep your wager.  Would use that big website, but I honestly don't understand all that weighting stuff (Yeh.. call me dumb ), just want a clean wager. Willing to use Doog or Stunna (If they abide, I'm sure they will though) as escrow for any bets! Simply post here or PM me if you wish to take me up on this! . I'll throw a coin at this, on not a ponzi, escrow being used cannot be a competitor of CasinoBit, or one of the scam screamers, John K accepted. What odds are you offering? 2:1, 5:1, 10:1? I'de like to know how confident you are on your claims, for which I've seen exactly 0 (zero) evidence supporting. I too will bet on not a ponzi, just for fun. (I am in no way picking any sides by doing this bet).




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August 18, 2013, 04:52:22 PM 

I too will bet on not a ponzi, just for fun. (I am in no way picking any sides by doing this bet).
Let's see what kind of odds he is offering... Well it is really up to you to prove everyone wrong.
Actually, the burden of proof doesn't work like that. Can you prove I don't have a pink unicorn that shits rainbows in my garage, it's up to you to prove me wrong...




CasinoBit


August 19, 2013, 10:11:16 PM 

*silence*




vlees


August 19, 2013, 10:53:26 PM 

Can you prove I don't have a pink unicorn that shits rainbows in my garage, it's up to you to prove me wrong...
No, you claim you have it, so provide proof. Proof that this is a dubious scheme have already been posted. Not just a claim. So, post proof that you own a pink rainbow shitting unicorn.

BEEP BEP



HollowIP


August 19, 2013, 11:26:33 PM 

Can you prove I don't have a pink unicorn that shits rainbows in my garage, it's up to you to prove me wrong...
No, you claim you have it, so provide proof. Proof that this is a dubious scheme have already been posted. Not just a claim. So, post proof that you own a pink rainbow shitting unicorn. Oh fuck, not a burden of proof argument. This was the one place on the internet without that...lol




Zaih


August 19, 2013, 11:44:22 PM 

The odd's are obviously completely even, as stated in OP.
You bet 1 BTC, if you win, you win 1 BTC. If you lose, you lose 1 BTC.
1:1 that is? Or is that 2:1? I don't understand bookies terminology (Well, I'm simply not familiar with it)




geofflosophy


August 20, 2013, 01:58:37 AM 

Can you prove I don't have a pink unicorn that shits rainbows in my garage, it's up to you to prove me wrong...
No, you claim you have it, so provide proof. Proof that this is a dubious scheme have already been posted. Not just a claim. So, post proof that you own a pink rainbow shitting unicorn. You obviously missed his sarcasm... His point is that you cannot prove a negative; if he claims he has a pink unicorn in his garage, the burden of proof is on him to prove he has it. Likewise, if you claim ponzi, the burden of proof is on you.




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August 20, 2013, 03:02:35 AM 

Can you prove I don't have a pink unicorn that shits rainbows in my garage, it's up to you to prove me wrong...
No, you claim you have it, so provide proof. Proof that this is a dubious scheme have already been posted. Not just a claim. So, post proof that you own a pink rainbow shitting unicorn. You obviously missed his sarcasm... His point is that you cannot prove a negative; if he claims he has a pink unicorn in his garage, the burden of proof is on him to prove he has it. Likewise, if you claim ponzi, the burden of proof is on you. This ^! Fucking this^11!!! Is it really that hard, Zaih!!111? The odd's are obviously completely even, as stated in OP.
You bet 1 BTC, if you win, you win 1 BTC. If you lose, you lose 1 BTC.
1:1 that is? Or is that 2:1? I don't understand bookies terminology (Well, I'm simply not familiar with it)
If I was sure of a outcome, I'll give you 100:1, fuck, 100000:1... 1:1 is not acceptable. I'll accept 5:1, your 5 coins against mine.




Mooshire


August 20, 2013, 04:08:10 AM 

BEWARE THE CSS CALLS




bit777


August 20, 2013, 06:46:04 AM 

*silence*
Don't pretend to have achieved something. Your thread is a nightmare of complaints with people waiting for days to get a withdrawal. Out of 5560 gambling websites, yours is the only one for which bets are taken if it is a scam or not in the open forums. This alone should very much bother you.




Zaih


August 20, 2013, 07:01:29 AM 

Can you prove I don't have a pink unicorn that shits rainbows in my garage, it's up to you to prove me wrong...
No, you claim you have it, so provide proof. Proof that this is a dubious scheme have already been posted. Not just a claim. So, post proof that you own a pink rainbow shitting unicorn. You obviously missed his sarcasm... His point is that you cannot prove a negative; if he claims he has a pink unicorn in his garage, the burden of proof is on him to prove he has it. Likewise, if you claim ponzi, the burden of proof is on you. This ^! Fucking this^11!!! Is it really that hard, Zaih!!111? The odd's are obviously completely even, as stated in OP.
You bet 1 BTC, if you win, you win 1 BTC. If you lose, you lose 1 BTC.
1:1 that is? Or is that 2:1? I don't understand bookies terminology (Well, I'm simply not familiar with it)
If I was sure of a outcome, I'll give you 100:1, fuck, 100000:1... 1:1 is not acceptable. I'll accept 5:1, your 5 coins against mine. No? I'm not 100% sure. If I was 100% sure I'd be willing to wager up to all my Bitcoins. I'm looking for a gamble, and a fair gamble. I'm not 5x'ing you.




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August 20, 2013, 07:45:42 AM 

i think i can see a hole in this bet lol
if the site refuses to pay out that in itself is not confirmation of ponzi scheme just possible fraud




Boelens


August 20, 2013, 10:23:34 AM 

Can you prove I don't have a pink unicorn that shits rainbows in my garage, it's up to you to prove me wrong...
No, you claim you have it, so provide proof. Proof that this is a dubious scheme have already been posted. Not just a claim. So, post proof that you own a pink rainbow shitting unicorn. You obviously missed his sarcasm... His point is that you cannot prove a negative; if he claims he has a pink unicorn in his garage, the burden of proof is on him to prove he has it. Likewise, if you claim ponzi, the burden of proof is on you. This ^! Fucking this^11!!! Is it really that hard, Zaih!!111? The odd's are obviously completely even, as stated in OP.
You bet 1 BTC, if you win, you win 1 BTC. If you lose, you lose 1 BTC.
1:1 that is? Or is that 2:1? I don't understand bookies terminology (Well, I'm simply not familiar with it)
If I was sure of a outcome, I'll give you 100:1, fuck, 100000:1... 1:1 is not acceptable. I'll accept 5:1, your 5 coins against mine. No? I'm not 100% sure. If I was 100% sure I'd be willing to wager up to all my Bitcoins. I'm looking for a gamble, and a fair gamble. I'm not 5x'ing you. Up for a 1:1 bet that in one month they won't be a scammer, or however you state that. (And by 1:1 I mean my bitcoin your bitcoin, I too am not familiar with these odds)




001sonkit


August 20, 2013, 10:59:54 AM 

Up for a 1:1 bet that in one month they won't be a scammer, or however you state that. (And by 1:1 I mean my bitcoin your bitcoin, I too am not familiar with these odds)
You are correct, just image reference for who are not clear

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Zaih


August 20, 2013, 11:41:51 AM 

Can you prove I don't have a pink unicorn that shits rainbows in my garage, it's up to you to prove me wrong...
No, you claim you have it, so provide proof. Proof that this is a dubious scheme have already been posted. Not just a claim. So, post proof that you own a pink rainbow shitting unicorn. You obviously missed his sarcasm... His point is that you cannot prove a negative; if he claims he has a pink unicorn in his garage, the burden of proof is on him to prove he has it. Likewise, if you claim ponzi, the burden of proof is on you. This ^! Fucking this^11!!! Is it really that hard, Zaih!!111? The odd's are obviously completely even, as stated in OP.
You bet 1 BTC, if you win, you win 1 BTC. If you lose, you lose 1 BTC.
1:1 that is? Or is that 2:1? I don't understand bookies terminology (Well, I'm simply not familiar with it)
If I was sure of a outcome, I'll give you 100:1, fuck, 100000:1... 1:1 is not acceptable. I'll accept 5:1, your 5 coins against mine. No? I'm not 100% sure. If I was 100% sure I'd be willing to wager up to all my Bitcoins. I'm looking for a gamble, and a fair gamble. I'm not 5x'ing you. Up for a 1:1 bet that in one month they won't be a scammer, or however you state that. (And by 1:1 I mean my bitcoin your bitcoin, I too am not familiar with these odds) Three months? That's sufficient time for a ponzi scheme to run its course.




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August 20, 2013, 11:51:42 AM 

I seriously think that CasinoBit has convinced HIMSELF, somehow, that he isn't running a ponzi.




geofflosophy


August 20, 2013, 12:01:51 PM 

I seriously think that CasinoBit has convinced HIMSELF, somehow, that he isn't running a ponzi. Those returns are gone btw, I am just getting back to my high after being down two days. Will play Switzerland as to whether those early returns were legit or not, but if they weren't, Casinobit seems to have covered them.




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August 20, 2013, 01:57:16 PM 

No? I'm not 100% sure. If I was 100% sure I'd be willing to wager up to all my Bitcoins.
I'm looking for a gamble, and a fair gamble. I'm not 5x'ing you.
Well, I thought I was the one gambling here. You're not even 2:1 sure? Just 50/50 sure?




