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October 23, 2018, 04:28:47 PM
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I though that all gambling games are prohibited in chine, why does neogame has chinese thread?
I have heard that the system of chinese gambling is much more complicated as it may have seen
How it can be more complicated, every single game that can be somehow related to gambling is prohibited
Well, your information is a bit wrong. Everything what is directly connected with gambling is prohibited ofc, but there is a term "game of fortune" and neogame fits here perfectly
i have heard only about the wheel of furtune, moreover neogame is called "lottery". What about lotteries in China?
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October 23, 2018, 04:30:50 PM
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When do they plan a full lottery stratt? Will I be able to see it already in December or will I have to wait a much longer time?
I am not sure that a draw will take place in December, at the end of November they will submit an application as well as a pre-release version of a smart contract, in December the project’s advertising campaign will start.

Advertising campaign? That is, it can be considered the start of the project, yes? And how long will the term of this advertising campaign last? Are there any dates?
Did not see any more accurate date information. I can only say that the advertising campaign will last for several months, and player registrations will only be available in February 2019.

I do not understand why it is not known at least the approximate dates of the start of the lottery, or the duration of the advertising campaign, it seemed to me that these dates should be known in advance.
You understand that it all depends on the amount that you can collect during the crowdsale. If hardcap is reached, we will know more accurate information about the timing.

Oh, that sounds logical. Isn't a crowdsale going now? It seemed to me that it was already started and you can take part in it.
No, it starts on October 31 and it will last for exactly one month. so you still have a chance to take part in it.
Does this project imply any bonuses or discounts for early crowdsale participants to encourage and motivate users to participate as early as possible?

No, there are no bonuses, they openly write it in white paper, probably this is motivated by the fact that all participants are on an equal footing, this is most true.
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October 23, 2018, 04:37:01 PM
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I though that all gambling games are prohibited in chine, why does neogame has chinese thread?
I have heard that the system of chinese gambling is much more complicated as it may have seen
How it can be more complicated, every single game that can be somehow related to gambling is prohibited
Well, your information is a bit wrong. Everything what is directly connected with gambling is prohibited ofc, but there is a term "game of fortune" and neogame fits here perfectly
i have heard only about the wheel of furtune, moreover neogame is called "lottery". What about lotteries in China?
In some districts of China gambling is allowed. And there are a lot of state lotteries, that why neogame can enter the gambling market of China without serious problems
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October 23, 2018, 04:44:43 PM
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I though that all gambling games are prohibited in chine, why does neogame has chinese thread?
I have heard that the system of chinese gambling is much more complicated as it may have seen
How it can be more complicated, every single game that can be somehow related to gambling is prohibited
Well, your information is a bit wrong. Everything what is directly connected with gambling is prohibited ofc, but there is a term "game of fortune" and neogame fits here perfectly
i have heard only about the wheel of furtune, moreover neogame is called "lottery". What about lotteries in China?
In some districts of China gambling is allowed. And there are a lot of state lotteries, that why neogame can enter the gambling market of China without serious problems
May be you are right, as for me neogame is a good project in general, but chinese market is out (i suppose)
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October 23, 2018, 04:54:29 PM
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I though that all gambling games are prohibited in chine, why does neogame has chinese thread?
I have heard that the system of chinese gambling is much more complicated as it may have seen
How it can be more complicated, every single game that can be somehow related to gambling is prohibited
Well, your information is a bit wrong. Everything what is directly connected with gambling is prohibited ofc, but there is a term "game of fortune" and neogame fits here perfectly
i have heard only about the wheel of furtune, moreover neogame is called "lottery". What about lotteries in China?
In some districts of China gambling is allowed. And there are a lot of state lotteries, that why neogame can enter the gambling market of China without serious problems
May be you are right, as for me neogame is a good project in general, but chinese market is out (i suppose)
with the invention of the blockchain technology everything have become transparent. If new lottery will be implemented on the blockchain may be all prohibitions will fall
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October 23, 2018, 05:05:44 PM
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 Blockchain is key to the next generation of fair gambling The team of developers knows how to change the whole gambling industry and this is mind-blowing!
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October 23, 2018, 05:20:17 PM
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Blockchain is key to the next generation of fair gambling The team of developers knows how to change the whole gambling industry and this is mind-blowing!
Respect to neogame. I do not know any project with simmilar idea. Everything good thing is simple and neogame is one of this row
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October 23, 2018, 06:05:41 PM
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greet all those present people! I recently learned about this project and would like to know what you think about it? I believe that this industry is already well developed. It would seem that you can still come up with ... Huh Roll Eyes
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October 23, 2018, 06:11:13 PM
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I fully support the commentator above. I agree that there are very few who have no relation to computer games among Internet users. there are organizers everywhere, who even hold competitions between players.
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October 23, 2018, 06:17:20 PM
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greet all those present people! I recently learned about this project and would like to know what you think about it? I believe that this industry is already well developed. It would seem that you can still come up with ... Huh Roll Eyes
however, with the advent of the blockchain, there is no longer any need for organizers - this project is designed in such a way that users have no intermediaries and play with each other directly.
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October 23, 2018, 06:23:16 PM
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greet all those present people! I recently learned about this project and would like to know what you think about it? I believe that this industry is already well developed. It would seem that you can still come up with ... Huh Roll Eyes
however, with the advent of the blockchain, there is no longer any need for organizers - this project is designed in such a way that users have no intermediaries and play with each other directly.
as I understand it, it also says that this is a great opportunity to receive the money won without any commissions, isn't it?
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October 23, 2018, 06:29:31 PM
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greet all those present people! I recently learned about this project and would like to know what you think about it? I believe that this industry is already well developed. It would seem that you can still come up with ... Huh Roll Eyes
however, with the advent of the blockchain, there is no longer any need for organizers - this project is designed in such a way that users have no intermediaries and play with each other directly.
as I understand it, it also says that this is a great opportunity to receive the money won without any commissions, isn't it?
quite right. It should also be noted that, as such, the goal of the developers is to show how the blockchain can change the world. That is, it turns out that this is an unconventional model of development, and I am sure that many users will appreciate this.
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October 23, 2018, 06:35:29 PM
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greet all those present people! I recently learned about this project and would like to know what you think about it? I believe that this industry is already well developed. It would seem that you can still come up with ... Huh Roll Eyes
however, with the advent of the blockchain, there is no longer any need for organizers - this project is designed in such a way that users have no intermediaries and play with each other directly.
as I understand it, it also says that this is a great opportunity to receive the money won without any commissions, isn't it?
quite right. It should also be noted that, as such, the goal of the developers is to show how the blockchain can change the world. That is, it turns out that this is an unconventional model of development, and I am sure that many users will appreciate this.
I would add that not only regular gamers will appreciate this step, but also those users for whom computer games are just a hobby. If this goes from the category of hobby to the category of earnings, I think that there will be more and more interested users, which means that the developers will achieve their goal and the principles of the traditional game industry model will no longer be relevant as they are now.
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October 23, 2018, 06:41:26 PM
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I agree with you, but any medal has two sides. In particular, there is some ethical nuance: the development of online games provokes addiction. You know that this kind of addiction is quite comparable with alcohol and drug addiction.
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October 23, 2018, 06:47:07 PM
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I agree with you, but any medal has two sides. In particular, there is some ethical nuance: the development of online games provokes addiction. You know that this kind of addiction is quite comparable with alcohol and drug addiction.
do you mean that already dependent people will have more opportunities for games? Undoubtedly, you are right, because in home and comfortable conditions it is not only easier to play, but also easier to play. But at the same time, the scale of social consequences of each player determines for itself.
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October 23, 2018, 06:53:32 PM
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at a minimum, there is a high probability of losing control over real life because of the virtual one. And getting rid of this dependence is difficult, because no one has canceled advertising and rather intrusive service from operators, for example, an online casino. All of these factors contribute to the fact that problem players return to the game again and again.
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October 23, 2018, 06:59:14 PM
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at a minimum, there is a high probability of losing control over real life because of the virtual one. And getting rid of this dependence is difficult, because no one has canceled advertising and rather intrusive service from operators, for example, an online casino. All of these factors contribute to the fact that problem players return to the game again and again.
I completely agree with you. By the way, judging by the statistics, 1% of the US population suffers from gambling addiction. I think this is not a good situation. Just think about how much money is spinning in the gambling business at the expense of dependent players.
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October 23, 2018, 07:05:47 PM
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at a minimum, there is a high probability of losing control over real life because of the virtual one. And getting rid of this dependence is difficult, because no one has canceled advertising and rather intrusive service from operators, for example, an online casino. All of these factors contribute to the fact that problem players return to the game again and again.
I completely agree with you. By the way, judging by the statistics, 1% of the US population suffers from gambling addiction. I think this is not a good situation. Just think about how much money is spinning in the gambling business at the expense of dependent players.
however, judging by the description of the project, in the process of transition to a distributed non-profit model of the game promise to be humane. This suggests that paid operators will disappear, who are just chasing dependent players.
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October 23, 2018, 07:11:57 PM
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at a minimum, there is a high probability of losing control over real life because of the virtual one. And getting rid of this dependence is difficult, because no one has canceled advertising and rather intrusive service from operators, for example, an online casino. All of these factors contribute to the fact that problem players return to the game again and again.
I completely agree with you. By the way, judging by the statistics, 1% of the US population suffers from gambling addiction. I think this is not a good situation. Just think about how much money is spinning in the gambling business at the expense of dependent players.
however, judging by the description of the project, in the process of transition to a distributed non-profit model of the game promise to be humane. This suggests that paid operators will disappear, who are just chasing dependent players.
besides, pay attention to the fact that these are not really games: these are lotteries that are as popular as the games themselves. The organization of lotteries is supported by the state, has no competition and alternative methods of work. As practice shows, over time the lottery market does not undergo significant changes.
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October 23, 2018, 07:17:14 PM
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you can add that the audience in this market is also extensive: according to the same statistics, in the USA more than 60% of the population has played in the lottery since the age of 18. Just imagine: the Americans spend $ 50 billion annually on buying lottery tickets. At the same time, the business model of this area does not go on the Internet: this is the very traditional model where all funds go to the organizers. I would be glad if that changed.
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