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June 07, 2019, 11:09:38 AM
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It's so sad to see I was right all along about Dean.
Even reading through my replies that were quoted here makes me angry.
0.5BTC I have invested in the project is worth a total of 160$.

People like him make me want to become a vigilante.


People like serial scammer Dean Nolan are disgusting pathetic little imbeciles that try all the tricks in the book to scam investors by hiding behind the small print clauses in their non-whitepaper promises.

Serial scammer Dean Nolan is going to burn all BKB tokens that are not converted to his new useless worthless BKT tokens by a cut-off day. He never mentions the 2017 ICO on the betking website or the disaster it caused, he never mentions the scamming, he just has a few puppies that follow him around the forum to post pro-betking propaganda and work on his betking website chat as his deputies.

Serial scammer Dean Nolan and his propaganda spreading buddies have tried to whitewash the past but they have not succeeded.

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June 07, 2019, 12:11:39 PM
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Also, if you invested 1 btc into the bankroll on feb 18th you would have made 10x more profit than on bustabit and way more than on any other dice site.



Please show us those numbers, I cannot imagine that to be true, but all data is public so it shouldn't be a problem for you to back up that claim.
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June 07, 2019, 12:23:10 PM
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Also, if you invested 1 btc into the bankroll on feb 18th you would have made 10x more profit than on bustabit and way more than on any other dice site.



Please show us those numbers, I cannot imagine that to be true, but all data is public so it shouldn't be a problem for you to back up that claim.

Exactly, the info is all public so you don't need to take my word. You can even compare on 3rd party sites like Dicesites.com

https://dicesites.com/bustabit
https://dicesites.com/betking
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June 07, 2019, 12:30:49 PM
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Also, if you invested 1 btc into the bankroll on feb 18th you would have made 10x more profit than on bustabit and way more than on any other dice site.



Please show us those numbers, I cannot imagine that to be true, but all data is public so it shouldn't be a problem for you to back up that claim.

Exactly, the info is all public so you don't need to take my word. You can even compare on 3rd party sites like Dicesites.com

https://dicesites.com/bustabit
https://dicesites.com/betking


okay so please go ahead and proof that "you would have made 10x more profit [on betking] than on bustabit"

You made that claim, burden is on you my friend.
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June 07, 2019, 12:33:33 PM
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Also, if you invested 1 btc into the bankroll on feb 18th you would have made 10x more profit than on bustabit and way more than on any other dice site.



Please show us those numbers, I cannot imagine that to be true, but all data is public so it shouldn't be a problem for you to back up that claim.

Exactly, the info is all public so you don't need to take my word. You can even compare on 3rd party sites like Dicesites.com

https://dicesites.com/bustabit
https://dicesites.com/betking


okay so please go ahead and proof that "you would have made 10x more profit [on betking] than on bustabit"

You made that claim, burden is on you my friend.

I just gave you the proof. If you are not capable of taking 2 minutes to analye stats then you shouldn't be investing in anything.
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June 07, 2019, 01:16:02 PM
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Also, if you invested 1 btc into the bankroll on feb 18th you would have made 10x more profit than on bustabit and way more than on any other dice site.



Please show us those numbers, I cannot imagine that to be true, but all data is public so it shouldn't be a problem for you to back up that claim.

Exactly, the info is all public so you don't need to take my word. You can even compare on 3rd party sites like Dicesites.com

https://dicesites.com/bustabit
https://dicesites.com/betking


okay so please go ahead and proof that "you would have made 10x more profit [on betking] than on bustabit"

You made that claim, burden is on you my friend.

I just gave you the proof. If you are not capable of taking 2 minutes to analye stats then you shouldn't be investing in anything.


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Great failure of PR by serial scammer Dean Nolan... again

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June 07, 2019, 09:52:32 PM
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@ BetKing serial scammer

Where is the accounting to see the losses your investors suffered?

The value increasement of the crypto currencies was immense and considering the costs of the poor casino offer, the win must be $ millions!
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June 07, 2019, 10:56:33 PM
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Now is 528 annoying considering how much you put in? Yes, of course. Is it a scam? Clearly not.


The site done terrible for a year. This is investing, there's risks.

No one's upset because the investment did bad. They're upset because it did bad because you scammed them by unilaterally changed the rules of the buyback to personally benefit you at the expense of investors. I think this is pretty clear to everyone, hence why so many independent people have given you negative trust.
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June 08, 2019, 06:49:21 AM
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Now is 528 annoying considering how much you put in? Yes, of course. Is it a scam? Clearly not.


The site done terrible for a year. This is investing, there's risks.

No one's upset because the investment did bad. They're upset because it did bad because you scammed them by unilaterally changed the rules of the buyback to personally benefit you at the expense of investors. I think this is pretty clear to everyone, hence why so many independent people have given you negative trust.

This is where you are just totally wrong though and have no clue what you are talking about and shows a clear flaw with the trust system here.

No one who has left me negative trust put money in the ICO. None of them are investors and none of them have been scammed.

You all also refuse to even acknowledge just how much of the initial funds were returned to investors.

The fact is that almost all of the remaining investors, that represent >80% of the $ invested, are in a private Telegram group where we discuss daily the state of things and our future plans.
They are positive about the situation and don't think it's a scam.

So who is right? 80% of the actual money invested or 10 people on a forum who haven't invested a penny and don't know what they are talking about?


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June 08, 2019, 07:03:49 AM
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You all also refuse to even acknowledge just how much of the initial funds were returned to investors.

I don't refuse to acknowledge it, it's just not a particularly interesting point. You honored the terms of the agreement when it favored you personally (crypto prices were higher), and then renegged when it turned against you.
 
Even if you only scammed 0.01% of investors, it's still scamming and you don't get a cookie for not scamming the other 99.99%.

But besides, you keep bringing this up -- and never given a real answer. If you renegging on the agreement affected so little people for so little money, then why did you even do it? Why not just honor the agreement?
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June 08, 2019, 07:16:34 AM
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You all also refuse to even acknowledge just how much of the initial funds were returned to investors.

I don't refuse to acknowledge it, it's just not a particularly interesting point. You honored the terms of the agreement when it favored you personally (crypto prices were higher), and then renegged when it turned against you.
 

Again, just totally wrong. Btc prices went down from dec 2017 to dec 2018. I never stopped suddenly when it didn't favour me. I bought tokens right up to the end. Then we had to stop because the business had no money left because we were spending lots and using lots of initial funds to buy back tokens. The buybacks changed because it was necessary for the business to continue.

Again, you don't know anything that you are talking about and you don't know all the facts or how the business works or is working.

Notice you don't mention buying back now that btc is went up again.

"ven if you only scammed 0.01% of investors, it's still scamming and you don't get a cookie for not scamming the other 99.99%."
They were not scammed and if one person feels scammed but has no stake in the game then yes that is very relevant.

So you and your crew think it's OK to make things difficult for other investors to see a return on a lot of $ by labelling the site a scam because one person THINKS they have been scammed for a few $?
Use your head.

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June 08, 2019, 07:37:58 AM
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I have a simple question:

With the original scheme (before you unilaterally changed it) how much profit/loss (in crypto) did you make/lose from the buy-back scheme? i.e. If you look at how much you made when you sold the BKB (in crypto) and subtract how much you paid for the buy-back (in crypto). What was your net profit/loss?
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June 08, 2019, 07:39:07 AM
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I have a simple question:

With the original scheme (before you unilaterally changed it) how much profit/loss (in crypto) did you make/lose from the buy-back scheme. i.e. If you look at how much you made when you sold the BKB (in crypto) and subtract how much you paid for the buy-back (in crypto). What was your net profit/loss?

I lost over $1 million personally.

Well more like "I am down" since the site is still open and is making profit and so original investors will see a return in the long run
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June 08, 2019, 07:40:41 AM
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I lost over $1 million personally.

And how much would've you lost if you honored the original agreement till completion?
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June 08, 2019, 07:47:13 AM
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I lost over $1 million personally.

And how much would've you lost if you honored the original agreement till completion?

What are you talking about? It was not possible to hence the whole reason we changed the business.
It's totally irrelevant.

The site is open and making more money now than it was then and people are seeing a profit and the token price is raising constantly to where original ICO investors will be able to see a full return but also much much faster than in the original buyback.
Everyone has the chance to see full return this year now. Under the old method it would still take 3-4 years. So again, where's the scam?

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June 08, 2019, 08:10:17 AM
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I am another person who got scammed by this, not the ICO but from casino. He decided to not pay me and steal my money instead
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June 08, 2019, 08:14:10 AM
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I am another person who got scammed by this, not the ICO but from casino. He decided to not pay me and steal my money instead

newbie account with no proof. And someone who didn't send any email or contact. Not exactly believable.

edit after checking your history: if you are talking about sports bets from when we removed sports, all winnings were credited to players.
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June 08, 2019, 09:51:16 AM
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Now is 528 annoying considering how much you put in? Yes, of course. Is it a scam? Clearly not.


The site done terrible for a year. This is investing, there's risks.

No one's upset because the investment did bad. They're upset because it did bad because you scammed them by unilaterally changed the rules of the buyback to personally benefit you at the expense of investors. I think this is pretty clear to everyone, hence why so many independent people have given you negative trust.

This is where you are just totally wrong though and have no clue what you are talking about and shows a clear flaw with the trust system here.

No one who has left me negative trust put money in the ICO. None of them are investors and none of them have been scammed.

You all also refuse to even acknowledge just how much of the initial funds were returned to investors.

The fact is that almost all of the remaining investors, that represent >80% of the $ invested, are in a private Telegram group where we discuss daily the state of things and our future plans.
They are positive about the situation and don't think it's a scam.

So who is right? 80% of the actual money invested or 10 people on a forum who haven't invested a penny and don't know what they are talking about?




Absolute nonsense

The ICO investors that cashed in their BKB tokens received BTC from funds that were supposed to be used for the bankroll so that in itself was a major reason the betking site was failing.

The only reason why the bankroll funds were used to buy-back BKB tokens was because it gave serial scammer Dean Nolan the ample opportunity and excuse to cash-in his own BKB tokens. He continued to siphon-off funds from the funds that were specifically to be used for "marketing, promotions, SEO, design development, server costs and legal" because it was easier to scam that way than steal directly from the bankroll.

Since no facts and figures have ever been released it is impossible to verify anything and it would be sheer lunacy to believe anything that serial scammer Dean Nolan spouts




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June 08, 2019, 01:13:14 PM
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It's so sad to see I was right all along about Dean.
Even reading through my replies that were quoted here makes me angry.
0.5BTC I have invested in the project is worth a total of 160$.

People like him make me want to become a vigilante.

People like you just talk so much shite.

If you bought 0.5 btc in the ico you would have invested ~$2250 would have received 24649 BKB.
That's if you bought on the last week. You probably had some discount and also got bonuses for BCH too. So you likely got around 30,000 tokens.

30k BKB gets you 600000 BKT

The current price of BKT is 11 sats = 0.066 BTC meaning at the moment your tokens are worth $528, 3.3x more than you claimed.

Now is 528 annoying considering how much you put in? Yes, of course. Is it a scam? Clearly not.
The site done terrible for a year. This is investing, there's risks.

The past few months though the site has made > $200,000. Which is way more than it made in the first year of after ICO.
Things are turning round a lot.
We are doing better than some other sites since the launch of new token on feb 18th  e.g. BItvest and similar volume/profit to cryptogames

Also, if you invested 1 btc into the bankroll on feb 18th you would have made 10x more profit than on bustabit and way more than on any other dice site.

People should check the facts before posting in these threads.

Your logic to me is ridiculous. If you hold tokens and put money in why would you be trying to get people not to play by posting your false scam accusations? It's stupid.


Yes, Dean, you're right.
My 0.5BTC investment IS worth 528$.

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June 08, 2019, 01:22:41 PM
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It's so sad to see I was right all along about Dean.
Even reading through my replies that were quoted here makes me angry.
0.5BTC I have invested in the project is worth a total of 160$.

People like him make me want to become a vigilante.

People like you just talk so much shite.

If you bought 0.5 btc in the ico you would have invested ~$2250 would have received 24649 BKB.
That's if you bought on the last week. You probably had some discount and also got bonuses for BCH too. So you likely got around 30,000 tokens.

30k BKB gets you 600000 BKT

The current price of BKT is 11 sats = 0.066 BTC meaning at the moment your tokens are worth $528, 3.3x more than you claimed.

Now is 528 annoying considering how much you put in? Yes, of course. Is it a scam? Clearly not.
The site done terrible for a year. This is investing, there's risks.

The past few months though the site has made > $200,000. Which is way more than it made in the first year of after ICO.
Things are turning round a lot.
We are doing better than some other sites since the launch of new token on feb 18th  e.g. BItvest and similar volume/profit to cryptogames

Also, if you invested 1 btc into the bankroll on feb 18th you would have made 10x more profit than on bustabit and way more than on any other dice site.

People should check the facts before posting in these threads.

Your logic to me is ridiculous. If you hold tokens and put money in why would you be trying to get people not to play by posting your false scam accusations? It's stupid.


Yes, Dean, you're right.
My 0.5BTC investment IS worth 528$.

More now since we bought up a lot more today increasing the price to 13 sats.
But, just because your investment is worth less that doesn't mean it's a scam at all.
When stock prices drop do you call that a scam? When BTC drops do you call that a scam?

Also, what is the problem? Under the old buyback method it would take you 3-4 years to even see a return since you could only sell 10% every 3 months.
Now the site is profitable and the token price is increasing and you will be able to get full return or even profit much much faster.
 
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