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August 22, 2011, 02:28:26 PM
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Seriously, we need people in the ponzi!

Get on in here everybody!

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August 22, 2011, 02:30:20 PM
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Seriously, we need people in the ponzi!

Get on in here everybody!

*sniff* what's wrong with *sniff* bitcoinduit? Cry

naw, i'm just kidding. which hosted game are you talking about?

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Jonathan

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August 22, 2011, 03:09:33 PM
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August 22, 2011, 08:00:49 PM
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Nothing is wrong with bitconduit. It's already active.

We need more people playing ALL Ponzi's in general.

It's a great concept that you can tie your money into, and with a little promotion, turn your money around very fast and in large amounts.

http://bitcat.ch/rounds/4 - Small Doubler, No Fees.
http://bitcat.ch/rounds/13 - 1.5x with no jackpot.
http://bitcat.ch/rounds/15 - Another doubler, higher stakes.
http://bitcat.ch/rounds/2 - 1.2x round. Get in on it.
http://bitcat.ch/rounds/7 -1.2x round, small minimums.
http://bitcat.ch/rounds/19 - 1.98x round, true doubler after client fees.
http://bitcat.ch/rounds/20 - 1.6x with no jackpot.
http://bitcat.ch/rounds/8 - High Jackpot low multiplyer round.
http://bitcat.ch/rounds/21 - Pretty high jackpot.
http://bitcat.ch/rounds/14 - 1.2x high stakes
http://bitcat.ch/rounds/10 - SUPER DOUBLER
http://bitcat.ch/rounds/23 - No maximum bet
http://bitcat.ch/rounds/11 - Just another round.

If  you bet the max or 2 BTC on all of these, it'd be around 30BTC.

Keep promoting them, and within a day or two you could have around 42BTC back.

Don't be afraid people, you can keep them active with a .1 or .5 bet, and you can take the jackpot if it's more cashworthy.

http://minefield.bitcoinlab.org/?r=oXsHWtQvBCreIRED - Gamble your BTC in a minefield! WARNING: ADDICTING

http://bitcat.ch/ - SCAM HOST
http://bitcoinduit.com - Ponzi/Pyramid games
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August 22, 2011, 11:49:36 PM
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people are tired on ponzi now it was ok when it was a few games and you had a chance to make money but now days you have a higher chance to get burned then double your money.

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August 22, 2011, 11:56:13 PM
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people are tired on ponzi now it was ok when it was a few games and you had a chance to make money but now days you have a higher chance to get burned then double your money.

You do need to be smarter about the games you enter.

However, the ones with a big jackpot run a long time.  It takes longer to get paid, but you do get paid eventually, since people keep getting in at the end to try and win the big jackpot.

for example: http://bitcat.ch/rounds/1 has been running since July 12 and is still going.
http://bitcoinduit.com/game/viewRound.php?id=The_Forever_Game has a 8.865 BTC jackpot
http://bitcoinduit.com/GOINGandGOINGandGOING has paid out over 94 BTC

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August 23, 2011, 01:21:21 AM
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yea jackpot ones do last longer i decided to quit gambling on ponzi or any other lol i lost so much like 40 bitcoins i thru away lol.

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August 23, 2011, 07:44:29 AM
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I'm just not sure why some of these games are bogging.

Do people not trust them anymore?

What's the deal?

http://minefield.bitcoinlab.org/?r=oXsHWtQvBCreIRED - Gamble your BTC in a minefield! WARNING: ADDICTING

http://bitcat.ch/ - SCAM HOST
http://bitcoinduit.com - Ponzi/Pyramid games
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August 23, 2011, 08:00:06 AM
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I'm just not sure why some of these games are bogging.

Do people not trust them anymore?

What's the deal?

I think people are starting to think of Bitcoin as real money. I sure don't.

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Jonathan

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August 23, 2011, 08:07:14 AM
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I think people are starting to think of Bitcoin as real money. I sure don't.

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Jonathan

Its not real to me until I'm receiving money into my bank account, and I won't be doing that until I've made enough coins to make at least a $100 deposit, and by the time THAT happens, the value will have dropped significantly.

As people grow bored of the BitCoin fad (Because that's all it is -- you're delusional if you think BitCoin will ever catch on and be a public accepted currency), the value is going to drop.
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August 23, 2011, 08:25:48 AM
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I think people are starting to think of Bitcoin as real money. I sure don't.

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Jonathan

Its not real to me until I'm receiving money into my bank account, and I won't be doing that until I've made enough coins to make at least a $100 deposit, and by the time THAT happens, the value will have dropped significantly.

As people grow bored of the BitCoin fad (Because that's all it is -- you're delusional if you think BitCoin will ever catch on and be a public accepted currency), the value is going to drop.

Yeah. It's a fun economic experiment that I'm glad I'll be able to say I was a part of.

-Jon

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August 23, 2011, 09:12:20 AM
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http://bitcat.ch/rounds/4 - Small Doubler, No Fees.
http://bitcat.ch/rounds/13 - 1.5x with no jackpot.
http://bitcat.ch/rounds/15 - Another doubler, higher stakes.
http://bitcat.ch/rounds/2 - 1.2x round. Get in on it.
http://bitcat.ch/rounds/7 -1.2x round, small minimums.
http://bitcat.ch/rounds/20 - 1.6x with no jackpot.
http://bitcat.ch/rounds/8 - High Jackpot low multiplyer round.
http://bitcat.ch/rounds/21 - Pretty high jackpot.
http://bitcat.ch/rounds/14 - 1.2x high stakes
http://bitcat.ch/rounds/10 - SUPER DOUBLER

All of these are still going.

http://minefield.bitcoinlab.org/?r=oXsHWtQvBCreIRED - Gamble your BTC in a minefield! WARNING: ADDICTING

http://bitcat.ch/ - SCAM HOST
http://bitcoinduit.com - Ponzi/Pyramid games
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August 23, 2011, 01:54:43 PM
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I'm just not sure why some of these games are bogging.

Do people not trust them anymore?

What's the deal?

I think people are starting to think of Bitcoin as real money. I sure don't.

Regards,
Jonathan

Lol real enugh for me iv got over 400 bucks of stuff with it buying gift cards and ordering stuff.

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August 23, 2011, 04:10:42 PM
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I'm just not sure why some of these games are bogging.

Do people not trust them anymore?

What's the deal?

There are so many games now.  Players can be picky.

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