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May 18, 2014, 11:59:26 PM
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Playt.in also provides interest payments.

I think it's a 4% annually with a payment every 6 hours.














 

 

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May 19, 2014, 12:05:57 AM
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Playt.in also provides interest payments.

I think it's a 4% annually with a payment every 6 hours.

More than that. Their average over the past month or so has been ~270% APR. That's around 25% a month.


 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 




















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May 19, 2014, 12:08:57 AM
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InstaForex is a broker who will accept bitcoin deposits and pay 5% APR to active accounts (2% for inactive accounts), but they do not allow US citizens/residents.

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May 19, 2014, 01:16:01 AM
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Playt.in also provides interest payments.

I think it's a 4% annually with a payment every 6 hours.

More than that. Their average over the past month or so has been ~270% APR. That's around 25% a month.

I guess you're talking about the average of their bankrol shares wich have a much higher (but sorta unstable) yield.














 

 

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May 19, 2014, 01:17:38 AM
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Playt.in also provides interest payments.

I think it's a 4% annually with a payment every 6 hours.

More than that. Their average over the past month or so has been ~270% APR. That's around 25% a month.

I guess you're talking about the average of their bankrol shares wich have a much higher (but sorta unstable) yield.

I was. I didn't see any other way to invest in the site or anything. Were you referring to something different?


 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 




















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May 19, 2014, 01:21:50 AM
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I was. I didn't see any other way to invest in the site or anything. Were you referring to something different?

Yes. Recently they added this interest on deposits I talked about. 4% annualy with 6 hour payments.

Text below from their website:
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How does it work?
About every 4 hours you get interest on your confirmed balance.
Where is the money coming from?
The interest is paid from trading fees and from profit of operator owned bankroll shares.
Where to apply?
No need to do anything. Just have some balance on PLAYTIN and you will automatically start to receive interest.
Do I get interest on gambling profit?
Yes, it does not matter where your balance comes from - depositing, trading, or winning, all is fine.
When will I get the interest?
The interest payment is delayed about 2 hours to let any deposits reach the required number of confirmations.
Does it matter how long I have the balance on PLAYTIN?
The longer you have some funds on site the more often you will earn interest.
Are you using the deposited funds for anything?
No, your funds will not be used in any way. We have dedicated funds (bankroll shares) to operate the casino.
Why are you doing this?
We figured some advertising money is better spend directly to our customers.
And it is a very nice incentive for users to enable 2FA, since this is a prerequisite for receiving interest.
How much will I get?
This are the current rates:
Bitcoin   4.00%
Dogecoin   4.00%
Litecoin   4.00%
Maxcoin   4.00%
Namecoin   4.00%
Novacoin   4.00%
Peercoin   4.00%
Primecoin   4.00%
Why does PLAYTIN pay so much more than the competition?
Because we can. Our revenue is coming from the casino, not from those tiny trading fees.
Will the rate ever change?
We reserve the right to change the actual rate at any time without further notice.
I want to earn even more!
Buy yourself some bankroll shares. They have a much higher yield.














 

 

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May 19, 2014, 01:38:46 AM
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I was. I didn't see any other way to invest in the site or anything. Were you referring to something different?

Yes. Recently they added this interest on deposits I talked about. 4% annualy with 6 hour payments.

Text below from their website:
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How does it work?
About every 4 hours you get interest on your confirmed balance.
Where is the money coming from?
The interest is paid from trading fees and from profit of operator owned bankroll shares.
Where to apply?
No need to do anything. Just have some balance on PLAYTIN and you will automatically start to receive interest.
Do I get interest on gambling profit?
Yes, it does not matter where your balance comes from - depositing, trading, or winning, all is fine.
When will I get the interest?
The interest payment is delayed about 2 hours to let any deposits reach the required number of confirmations.
Does it matter how long I have the balance on PLAYTIN?
The longer you have some funds on site the more often you will earn interest.
Are you using the deposited funds for anything?
No, your funds will not be used in any way. We have dedicated funds (bankroll shares) to operate the casino.
Why are you doing this?
We figured some advertising money is better spend directly to our customers.
And it is a very nice incentive for users to enable 2FA, since this is a prerequisite for receiving interest.
How much will I get?
This are the current rates:
Bitcoin   4.00%
Dogecoin   4.00%
Litecoin   4.00%
Maxcoin   4.00%
Namecoin   4.00%
Novacoin   4.00%
Peercoin   4.00%
Primecoin   4.00%
Why does PLAYTIN pay so much more than the competition?
Because we can. Our revenue is coming from the casino, not from those tiny trading fees.
Will the rate ever change?
We reserve the right to change the actual rate at any time without further notice.
I want to earn even more!
Buy yourself some bankroll shares. They have a much higher yield.

Interesting, I wasn't aware of that. So it's more or less a choice between a liquid deposit and getting 4% or buying shares and getting 80x that but not being able to liquidate it at its full value at any point.


 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 




















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June 10, 2014, 01:00:35 AM
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If I deposit some Bitcoins with a trader like Kraken shouldn't I be earning interest on my bits?

No you will not. Exchanges are not lending you any funds, you are simply depositing funds to the exchange so you can buy/sell coins.

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June 10, 2014, 08:46:03 AM
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If I deposit some Bitcoins with a trader like Kraken shouldn't I be earning interest on my bits?

No you will not. Exchanges are not lending you any funds, you are simply depositing funds to the exchange so you can buy/sell coins.

Indeed, Vircurex does pay interests for your deposits, but I won't recommend anyone to do so for obvious reason.

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June 10, 2014, 09:40:47 AM
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The question is, can Playt.in be trusted with larger deposits or will they just disappear one day with our coins?
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June 10, 2014, 12:41:02 PM
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Don't leave your bitcoins in a "bitcoin bank". Your coins aren't insured unlike your fiat in your fiat bank.

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June 10, 2014, 12:47:31 PM
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Don't leave your bitcoins in a "bitcoin bank". Your coins aren't insured unlike your fiat in your fiat bank.

The safest method to store bitcoins is cold storage, if you put your btc savings in other hands you can lose them all.

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June 10, 2014, 01:20:36 PM
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The question is, can Playt.in be trusted with larger deposits or will they just disappear one day with our coins?

I can't answer this question myself but what I can say is that I've trusted them myself in the past. And certainly I'm not the only one. About 800 shares have been sold and one is worth 1.42BTC at the moment. They've been running their website for quite a while now and they're also active in the forums. The only time I had a problem (it was in their exchange) I sent a message through the forum and it was fixed the next day. Ι'd defenetly trust them again but it's up to you to decide if you would do the same.














 

 

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June 10, 2014, 01:21:57 PM
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If you want to earn some interest with your bitcoin, you could lend it out to others https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=65.0.
The risk should be pretty low, if you only do so with collateral.

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June 10, 2014, 04:39:18 PM
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If you want to earn some interest with your bitcoin, you could lend it out to others https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=65.0.
The risk should be pretty low, if you only do so with collateral.

The price of altcoins can be much more volatile then the price of BTC. There would still be the possibility that the borrower defaults and the price of your collateral crashes.

You also have the risk that the person handling your escrow scams you, even if this risk is low, it would dramatically impact your returns.

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June 16, 2014, 02:51:33 AM
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If you want to earn some interest with your bitcoin, you could lend it out to others https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=65.0.
The risk should be pretty low, if you only do so with collateral.

The price of altcoins can be much more volatile then the price of BTC. There would still be the possibility that the borrower defaults and the price of your collateral crashes.

You also have the risk that the person handling your escrow scams you, even if this risk is low, it would dramatically impact your returns.

Lending BTC can be risky but the interest rate you earn is significant
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June 19, 2014, 05:11:07 AM
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Well you didn't get that well. BTC is not paying interests, since you don't lend them to anyone. But you can make money like this way:

1 buy btc at 500$
2 sell btc at 600$
3 buy btc at 550$
4 sell btc at 650$

or any other way that you make more than you paid for it.

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June 19, 2014, 08:12:40 AM
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i prefer save my bitcoin in my local wallet instead store it to exchanger/bank/anywhere who offer us interest Grin
Well you didn't get that well. BTC is not paying interests, since you don't lend them to anyone. But you can make money like this way:

1 buy btc at 500$
2 sell btc at 600$
3 buy btc at 550$
4 sell btc at 650$

or any other way that you make more than you paid for it.
yeah trading is good way to make more BTC...
... if you buy and sell at right time.
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June 19, 2014, 11:56:53 AM
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If you bought Bitcoins in 2009 and you sold it now, you would have made better interest, than ANY bank would have given you, on your money, over the same period.

Banks do not loan money, that you deposit, these days, they pay themselves and Sport sponsors and security services, and then loan from reserve banks, who print more money than they have, and then loan you money, at incredibly high interest rates, until you cannot pay your loans, and then they sell your house and get back some of the money, and the rest of the debt, are sold to "bonebreakers" at a profit, to gather profit from that... rant rant rant.  Grin

Just invest your money long term in Bitcoins, and get massive returns in 3 to 5 years from now... "If you look at the graphs, of the price of bitcoins, from 2009 until now, you would see a lot of fluctuation, but it's still a lot higher, than it was in 2009"

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June 20, 2014, 12:55:27 AM
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Well you didn't get that well. BTC is not paying interests, since you don't lend them to anyone. But you can make money like this way:

1 buy btc at 500$
2 sell btc at 600$
3 buy btc at 550$
4 sell btc at 650$

or any other way that you make more than you paid for it.
It can be very difficult to accurately predict the highs and lows of any market, let alone the bitcoin market
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