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April 17, 2018, 10:40:48 AM
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WOW, that would be nuts Smiley
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April 17, 2018, 10:54:32 AM
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I think it could be done

But it still has a requirement to set a price, to then determine ticket costs

An agreed escrow to hold funds

And the logistics of transferring ownership

It would generate a lot of interest,  given the scale of the prize,  potentially outside of this place,  which would be great


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April 17, 2018, 10:56:58 AM
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I think it could be done

But it still has a requirement to set a price, to then determine ticket costs

An agreed escrow to hold funds

And the logistics of transferring ownership

It would generate a lot of interest,  given the scale of the prize,  potentially outside of this place,  which would be great



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April 17, 2018, 02:12:44 PM
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I think it could be done

But it still has a requirement to set a price, to then determine ticket costs

An agreed escrow to hold funds

And the logistics of transferring ownership

It would generate a lot of interest,  given the scale of the prize,  potentially outside of this place,  which would be great



0.5BTC per ticket - 256 slots.. Snowfucker to run raffleception after raffleception... I could get behind this type of shizzle

What about 256000 spots at 0.0005 BTC each? So everyone can afford to buy a ticket

That's something I could get behind

Raffle it!!!!

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April 17, 2018, 02:19:49 PM
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What about 256000 spots at 0.0005 BTC each? So everyone can afford to buy a ticket

This isn't how it works.
It can be either 16, 256, 4096, 65536 or 1048576, etc ... (but the latter ones starts to get pretty annoying to manage Tongue)

I like the idea of a low entry raffle for this, but it'd take forever to fill, I imagine.

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April 17, 2018, 02:28:39 PM
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0.5BTC per ticket - 256 slots.. Snowfucker to run raffleception after raffleception... I could get behind this type of shizzle

What about 256000 spots at 0.0005 BTC each? So everyone can afford to buy a ticket

That's something I could get behind

Raffle it!!!!

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April 17, 2018, 02:53:59 PM
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0.5BTC per ticket - 256 slots.. Snowfucker to run raffleception after raffleception... I could get behind this type of shizzle

What about 256000 spots at 0.0005 BTC each? So everyone can afford to buy a ticket

That's something I could get behind

Raffle it!!!!

0.5BTC per ticket with feeder raffles of 256 slots giving 2 tickets to the big one @ 0.004 per ticket, that gives you a chance to get 1 ticket to the big one!

I like that idea too bro
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April 17, 2018, 03:04:32 PM
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0.5BTC per ticket - 256 slots.. Snowfucker to run raffleception after raffleception... I could get behind this type of shizzle

What about 256000 spots at 0.0005 BTC each? So everyone can afford to buy a ticket

That's something I could get behind

Raffle it!!!!

0.5BTC per ticket with feeder raffles of 256 slots giving 2 tickets to the big one @ 0.004 per ticket, that gives you a chance to get 1 ticket to the big one!


this would be crazy for the winner

imagine buying say 4 spots for 2 btc and winning the awesome huge(tiny) bar :O


Would certainly be fun and i would join to gamble Cheesy
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April 17, 2018, 03:07:17 PM
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Would take a looooong time to fill for the op, this would be epic in theory but i dont know if we'd get $1m worth of spots filled for a raffle like this.
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Lots and lots of enthusiasm... apart from the person trying to sell it. I would not be bursting with keenosity to do that either.

How many raffles have there been on here previously and how successful were they?

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Lots and lots of enthusiasm... apart from the person trying to sell it. I would not be bursting with keenosity to do that either.

How many raffles have there been on here previously and how successful were they?


Two big and successful ones so far

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1749943.0


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1764145.0


these 2 were so much fun

TMAN sweeped the first one lol
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Lots and lots of enthusiasm... apart from the person trying to sell it. I would not be bursting with keenosity to do that either.

How many raffles have there been on here previously and how successful were they?


Two big and successful ones so far

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1749943.0


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1764145.0


these 2 were so much fun

TMAN sweeped the first one lol

you like raffles?

maybe people forget who the real raffle master is around here.......


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I would love to see the raffle to end all raffles
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256 tickets at 0.5 btc each?

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I would love to see the raffle to end all raffles
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256 tickets at 0.5 btc each?

Surely it's a 1000 BTC coin or go home.

And 0.5 as a punt is pretty hefty. I can't think of too many going for it. At the very minimum as a consolation for not winning I'd want to spend a month inside Mike Caldwell.

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And 0.5 as a punt is pretty hefty. I can't think of too many going for it. At the very minimum as a consolation for not winning I'd want to spend a month inside Mike Caldwell.

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I would love to see the raffle to end all raffles
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256 tickets at 0.5 btc each?

Surely it's a 1000 BTC coin or go home.

And 0.5 as a punt is pretty hefty. I can't think of too many going for it. At the very minimum as a consolation for not winning I'd want to spend a month inside Mike Caldwell.
I would find 0.5 to spend on a raffle of this size Cheesy

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April 18, 2018, 02:27:27 AM
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I would love to see the raffle to end all raffles
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256 tickets at 0.5 btc each?

Surely it's a 1000 BTC coin or go home.

And 0.5 as a punt is pretty hefty. I can't think of too many going for it. At the very minimum as a consolation for not winning I'd want to spend a month inside Mike Caldwell.

So a 1000 btc bar with a 5 BTC entry I don't think that would ever fill up. 

I don't think there are that many people willing to bet half the average national salary of the USA on a raffle but what do I know

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I think first it would be good to know what John Galt wants for it and then divide that price by 256 to determine the raffle ticket price. If it's a reasonable ask, then perhaps those who are willing to buy it outright could buy the rest of the tickets and take a bit of a gamble if the value of a ticket is in line with what they were originally wanting to spend. I think it's important for the raffle to both get filled, and have the seller happy with the amount that it raises.
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April 18, 2018, 09:41:43 AM
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I think first it would be good to know what John Galt wants for it and then divide that price by 256 to determine the raffle ticket price. If it's a reasonable ask, then perhaps those who are willing to buy it outright could buy the rest of the tickets and take a bit of a gamble if the value of a ticket is in line with what they were originally wanting to spend. I think it's important for the raffle to both get filled, and have the seller happy with the amount that it raises.

lol oh yeh the guy that owns it might have a say  Grin

well good luck with it John my final suggestion with something of this value would be have a chat with a Sothebys rep in rare coins   

http://www.sothebys.com/en.html
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April 18, 2018, 12:16:54 PM
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I think first it would be good to know what John Galt wants for it and then divide that price by 256 to determine the raffle ticket price. If it's a reasonable ask, then perhaps those who are willing to buy it outright could buy the rest of the tickets and take a bit of a gamble if the value of a ticket is in line with what they were originally wanting to spend. I think it's important for the raffle to both get filled, and have the seller happy with the amount that it raises.

lol oh yeh the guy that owns it might have a say  Grin

well good luck with it John my final suggestion with something of this value would be have a chat with a Sothebys rep in rare coins   

http://www.sothebys.com/en.html

If sothebys would accept auctioning this not only do i think you will get more from the exotic collectors now that bitcoin is known everywhere but it would put cas coins on a whole new level, would be a great coup for this community.  Worst they can say is no thanks.
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