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November 27, 2013, 06:02:11 AM

Ive had this idea for a while and I feel like a member with a lot of trust and rep in the community could have success running this. (I would do it myself but being only a full member doesn't allow me to). Basically everyday one litecoin/bitcoin address is assigned and labeled as the pot. Also a sending amount will be stated for both the litecoin and bitcoin pot. At the end of 24 hours the trusted member in charge takes all the bitcoin and litecoin addresses that sent the correct amount (sending amount) to the pot and draws one lucky winner. The trusted member running this should receive 5-8% of the pot and the rest goes to the lucky winner whose address is drawn. Tickets should be drawn depending on the date to add extra randomness. Meaning since today is the 27th, the machine will draw for a number 27times and the 27th number it picks is the winner.

-Must send pot sending amount (no smaller nor larger)
-Must send from a btc/ltc address that is able to send and receive from one assigned address
-If you want to buy more than one "ticket" you must send it one by one

This is any easy and exciting way to possibly win btc and ltc. I would encourage making the sending amount for the first few games small just to build up trust and stuff since it is a new game. If a trusted member decides to do this please comment or message me! I would love to participate
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November 27, 2013, 06:38:15 AM

So basically a lottery?
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