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April 12, 2019, 02:39:55 PM
Last edit: April 14, 2019, 07:11:57 AM by freespam101
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Bitcoin Scratch card sale  -closed

right having a bit of fun here and if this gets any real support or intrest ill do runs of 50 or 100 cards at a time.
here is the plan

ive got 5 national lottery scratchcards

https://www.national-lottery.co.uk/c/files/scratchcards/blazin7s.pdf~3

https://ibb.co/RgGV2R9

im selling each one for BTC 0.0003  (current 1BTC = 3,865.76 Pound sterling 12 Apr)

and i will take 5% of any winnings

each card has a unique code printed on the front of the card (bottom right corner of pictures)

the cards i have are

0005058-151

https://ibb.co/9mXP60F

0005058-152

https://ibb.co/yB544rs


0005058-153

https://ibb.co/v4MCPgR

0005058-154

https://ibb.co/zF6ysdH

0005058-155

https://ibb.co/N2n8YSs



if anyone is interested say what card you want and send the payment of


0.0003 BTC to the following adress

1LNos3sBfWdcqrtBUW76v7VnNcgFMrjSTG

and add a note of what public adress you want the winnings payed to.

when all 5 cards are sold i will make a video of me scratching off the cards (or within 7 days if all dont sell)  and post it here

and then ill post pictures of the cards scratched off showing the face of the card and the unique code.

any winnings will be convereted to BTC at the same locked in rate that was payed for the card (3,865.76 Pound sterling 12 Apr)

-5% and then payed to the public adress supplyed.

im starting small to try and build some trust as ive been a long time lurker here on the forums but only recently signed up and this is my first post so i dont imagine trust will be high this is also why i seleceted scratch cards with the lowest price.


hopefully ill get some takers and go threw the process and build some trust if its popular ill do much larger runs of cards.

if anyone has any other sugetions to make this process better please also feel free to comment.

lets scratch some cards.

EDIT .. if they don't sell in 7 days im just going to scratch them off post the results here and convert any winnings to BTC and pay myself





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April 12, 2019, 06:15:11 PM
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What is maximum prize win
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April 12, 2019, 06:31:21 PM
Last edit: April 12, 2019, 07:03:20 PM by freespam101
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i posted the details of the cards in my origional post its all on the pdf   top prize is £7,000   https://www.national-lottery.co.uk/c/files/scratchcards/blazin7s.pdf~3

in all likely hood £200 is more likely if you look at the odds on the pdf.. i picked that card as the prizes arnt too high so would be easy to pay out in BTC.
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April 13, 2019, 12:25:46 AM
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Would you ship these to the US?
Even if they are winners I couldn’t cash out but still a cool novelty item
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April 13, 2019, 04:31:54 AM
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Shure i could post them

. its an extra £3 to post or a total of £4 currently in BTC 0.0010253255

just message me a mailing adress and ill post one after payment
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April 13, 2019, 09:35:50 AM
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Warning, do NOT buy these, he might have used an app to scan them and check the prices.
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April 13, 2019, 10:54:49 AM
Last edit: April 13, 2019, 11:12:10 AM by freespam101
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Even if I had a national lottery machine that they have in the shops for scanning the cards you need to enter the 4 didget number under the scratch off section as you scan them.  Without scrating them off you can't scan them even if you happened to somehow own a machine to do so.

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I found an old sratchcard in my work bag. You can see the Hidden code in the bottom right in the scratch off area

https://ibb.co/VMfp64p
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April 14, 2019, 03:34:42 AM
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I dont get it so we buy a scratch off card, pay you and then you scratch it.  What if you win $100,000 now I have to hope and pray I get a hold of you irl? Why not just buy them myself?  This doesn't make sense and seems sketchy.

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April 14, 2019, 06:50:36 AM
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Well if was ment to be a bit of fun.  And regarding £100000. That can't happen as I already stated multiple times and posted the pdf information the cards I selected only have a £7k max prize and most prized are under £200 I selected this on purpose so I could easily exchange to BTC and transfer to winners.     


Well since no one wants to even risk a measly £1 worth of bitcoin for a bit of fun

(Another reason I selected these cards because of the lowest face value of just £1)

In just going to scratch them off myself as this is clearly a waste of time
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April 14, 2019, 01:39:53 PM
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Well if was ment to be a bit of fun.  And regarding £100000. That can't happen as I already stated multiple times and posted the pdf information the cards I selected only have a £7k max prize and most prized are under £200 I selected this on purpose so I could easily exchange to BTC and transfer to winners.     


Well since no one wants to even risk a measly £1 worth of bitcoin for a bit of fun

(Another reason I selected these cards because of the lowest face value of just £1)

In just going to scratch them off myself as this is clearly a waste of time


The whole point is if you win a bigger amount who is to say you are going to pay and not just run off.  This isn't something that can be escrowed seems more of a way to gamble for free.

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April 14, 2019, 03:17:48 PM
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My original plan was to print paper wallets and put scratch off stickers on all the private keys. Mix them up and add funds to some to make a bitcoin scratch off card.  But I assumed this would just be called a scam so I picked current national lottery cards as an option with the lowest prizes I could find so they would be easy for me to pay out in BTC.      If you can think of a way to do a bitcoin scratch card let me know because I want to make that happen as I love scratch cards and a bitcoin scratch card would be cool
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April 14, 2019, 03:22:39 PM
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My original plan was to print paper wallets and put scratch off stickers on all the private keys. Mix them up and add funds to some to make a bitcoin scratch off card.  But I assumed this would just be called a scam so I picked current national lottery cards as an option with the lowest prizes I could find so they would be easy for me to pay out in BTC.      If you can think of a way to do a bitcoin scratch card let me know because I want to make that happen as I love scratch cards and a bitcoin scratch card would be cool


Dont know your country rules but in most running your own lottery bonds on the illegal issue.  If it is not put the prize money in an escrow and get the scratch cards made up.  Only problem is that with little trust you can send the winners to your alts.  Neat and fun idea but with the amount of scams this place sees, little chance that people will buy in.  Just my 2 satoshis on it.

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