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April 17, 2019, 11:10:55 PM

I don't think it is even clear the OP is associated with the project.

It also looks like the project is offering some kind of sweepstakes giveaway that doesn't require any kind of purchase/investment. I don't see any measurable losses to participants if they don't end up paying out the $500k.

As an FYI, the ANN thread of the coin is here, and I believe this to be the contract address for the ERC20 token. I am not an expert in looking at ERC20 contracts, but I believe this to be the contract creation address, that, according to etherscan, at one point held ~5,900 ETH in July 2017.

I am not sure where the above ETH went, but it was presumably used for general operating expenses, possibly exchanged into USD. I would not put it out of the realm of reasonableness the project has at least $500k

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April 17, 2019, 11:18:33 PM

Tagged you as well. Prove funds and I’ll remove mine
Please prove me the 1BTC prize pool that you can win through gambling on FortuneJack, that you linked on your Signature. The hyperlink isn't working. Hyperlink: Prove funds of 1 btc and I will remove mine.

Here is FortuneJack's hot wallet:

As of this post, there is a balance of 41.39BTC.
this is whole balance, I need a wallet that is addressed as jackpot's one. A jackpot will be likely transfered through smart contracts to the winners address, wont it? Or do you have a post that verify this wallet as "jackpot" prize pool address? that would be also fine. thanks in advance.

Bitcoin doesn't have smart contracts to the extent of some altcoins. My understanding is that the prize will go to the winner's FortuneJack balance, and they can bet it/withdraw it as they see fit. The wallet is proof that they can afford to pay it out.

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