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April 24, 2018, 10:08:53 AM
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But you did not answer my question!

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August 14, 2018, 10:08:08 PM
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Hey guys,

We're excited to announce that our v2 is now live and it is a sports dedicated prediction platform operating on an Ethereum smart contract. Like Augur, just with greater context for sports and no weird open ended components. Please take a look and let us know what you think.

www.cryptosportz.com

It features fixed odds, loads of daily games/sports/leagues, no commission and no fees, powered completely by smart contracts.

For the the guys that love to ask detailed tech questions, please do and we'll make sure to answer but... Here's how it works:

Your ETH is safely stored in the contract when you deposit it (and you can withdraw at any time)

When you make a bet, you sign a transaction to the contract that locks in your ETH - including the odds you are betting on, the game ID and your position

When the game is over, the person that won (you or the user that created the odds) is able to claim their winnings from the contract just as you used to before on Crypto Sportz, by sending a redeem transaction

Essentially it's the same platform as what we've had before, only now you get to bet with fixed odds because we are letting people create their own markets (odds) using exchange mechanics. Before all of the ETH would go into a single pool for every game which was then split between those that guessed correctly. Now, every user is able to set up odds (be a market maker) or take odds (market taker). Feel free to chat with us in the Telegram group if any of this is hard to understand.
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September 03, 2018, 01:41:10 PM
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The website looked really professional and smooth the design is really cool and unique although, I suggest to make a on-site tutorial to guide new users because it took some time to figure out how things work especially with placing bets and for some reason website fails to load on my desktop no issues on laptop not sure what is causing it its probably something from my side but it would be nice to know the reason behind it, best wishes for the project's future looking forward to see CryptoSportz grow!

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September 06, 2018, 07:49:32 PM
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This is one of a kind. As I am new to this, I think it is better to stay around a while to understand how it works.

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September 07, 2018, 06:17:43 AM
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How does a new user, who may not have meta mask installed, create an account to see what exactly the betting options are?

Very non-intuitive to create an account or see why a new user would create one.

It should have an option for bitcoin holders to be able to create and account and swap BTC for ETH? It's the bitcoin talk forum after all...lots of people hold bitcoin that don't own Ethereum yet.

Nice looking site.

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