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March 27, 2014, 11:44:06 AM
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JuggerPonz
http://juggerponz.com

Round #3 to start tonight @ 18:00 UTC


Shared Wallets Should Not Be Used!

120% Returns
First 5 Deposits of Every Round Receive 135% Returns
1 Confirmation
Instant Payout (subject to deposit confirmation and available wallet balance)
Final 5 Deposits of Every Round Receive 150% Return!*
*Bonus payments are unlocked when the round total reaches a certain amount! (Currently set at 100x Max Deposit Value)


How does it work?
Having ran a couple of Ponzi's in the past, I believe this script to be the best yet! The rules are simple;
1) Deposit between 0.01 and 1 to the address shown on the site; http://juggerponz.com
2) Once your deposit is confirmed, you will receive a 120% return (or 150% if you are one of the first 10 players to deposit in a round).
3) The last 5 unpaid players of each round receive 150% return!


Why do the last five players receive more than others?
My intention is to keep rounds running for as long as possible. That is why I am offering 200% to the final two players of each round as an incentive for you guys to continue playing.

How quickly will I receive my payout?
The site is fully automated and will pay out INSTANTLY on the next confirmed deposit as soon as the funds are confirmed and available in the wallet.

How secure is the site?
The publicly accessible section of the site is entirely read-only, this means no sort of sql-injection take place, nor can black-hat users gain access to the site's wallet. It is entirely secure from external intrusion.

What does the OP get out of this?
I charge a 5% fee on all transactions, this first and foremost goes to pay the final two deposits of each round and any remaining balance (from the fees) are then sent to my private wallet.

What happens to any remaining coins in the ponzi wallet at the end of a round?
Any remaining balance in the Ponzi wallet at the end of the round is used to start paying out on deposits from the next round.

Are you a scammer?
Nope, but see for your self. Start off with small deposits and make up your own mind. As always when it comes to gambling - only gamble what you can afford to lose!

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March 27, 2014, 04:23:41 PM
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Didnt you run BitInvestment, or w/e the other ponzi was called? It was a decent game until the round died.

Glad to see you have added rounds for this one. I'll be throwing a few satoshis into it in a few hours time Smiley

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March 27, 2014, 05:06:06 PM
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where you guys advertise.? I'm sure you'll need a maximum exposure to run a successful ponzi..!

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March 27, 2014, 05:11:23 PM
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Small deposits= guarantee Players. Good job

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March 27, 2014, 05:43:16 PM
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15 minutes until round #1 opens for business  Cool

Didnt you run BitInvestment, or w/e the other ponzi was called? It was a decent game until the round died.

Glad to see you have added rounds for this one. I'll be throwing a few satoshis into it in a few hours time Smiley

That's correct - thanks for the vote of confidence and good luck in round #1!

where you guys advertise.? I'm sure you'll need a maximum exposure to run a successful ponzi..!

I plan on using part of the fees taken from the rounds to pay for advertising. I dont have the exact details nailed on yet and am open to any suggestions Smiley

Small deposits= guarantee Players. Good job

That's the plan. Ideally I would like to have a long running, and free flowing round #1.

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March 27, 2014, 06:02:29 PM
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First in First out . Thanks Cheesy

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March 27, 2014, 06:15:57 PM
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where you guys advertise.? I'm sure you'll need a maximum exposure to run a successful ponzi..!

I plan on using part of the fees taken from the rounds to pay for advertising. I dont have the exact details nailed on yet and am open to any suggestions Smiley

Lets see how your marketing strategy works..! before jumping in..! will keep a eye on this round.

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March 27, 2014, 07:01:55 PM
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where you guys advertise.? I'm sure you'll need a maximum exposure to run a successful ponzi..!

I plan on using part of the fees taken from the rounds to pay for advertising. I dont have the exact details nailed on yet and am open to any suggestions Smiley

Lets see how your marketing strategy works..! before jumping in..! will keep a eye on this round.

You may have also noticed that I have made a start on logic to support an affiliate program for users on here - http://juggerponz.com/affiliates.php

It's currently a work in progress, but I hope this will eventually become a decent source of web traffic too.

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March 27, 2014, 07:51:11 PM
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wow another ponzi.... or just made a new post? either way its a

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March 27, 2014, 07:52:49 PM
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@RiverBoatBTC I have no idea what you said as I have you on ignore. But thanks for the free bump - keep up the good work, squire!

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March 27, 2014, 08:05:06 PM
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I put in a bit. Waiting and hoping! I like the simple and transparent layout.
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March 27, 2014, 08:15:24 PM
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I put in a bit. Waiting and hoping! I like the simple and transparent layout.

Thanks Rulishix. Only 0.0015 needed for the next payout, so hopefully it wont be long!

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March 27, 2014, 08:40:28 PM
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Why isn't the next person getting paid yet? 

The bank has .03765?  He only requires a payment of .033975?

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March 27, 2014, 08:42:56 PM
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@FUR11 You have been added to my ignore list too - but please feel free to continue with the free bumps. Thanks!

Why isn't the next person getting paid yet?  

The bank has .03765?  He only requires a payment of .033975?

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JuggerPonz charges a 5% fee on all deposits. This helps cover the running costs of the site and provides the additional coins needed to offer the bonus payments in every round. Due to this, the on-site balance will be slightly less than that shown on sites such as BlockChain.info.

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Next Payout: 0.033975
Balance: 0.03255

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March 27, 2014, 09:17:19 PM
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He has given no reason as of yet to cause people to think it was a scam so why say it is a scam? Not all ponzis were scams. Some were very successful and honest ubtil the very end when shit got complicated which is what happens. I don't see you guys crying scam at new sports books and ducking dice sites despite most being scams for the most part so just stop. I'm reporting every post I see calling this ponzi a scam until it is proven.
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March 27, 2014, 09:25:43 PM
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He has given no reason as of yet to cause people to think it was a scam so why say it is a scam? Not all ponzis were scams. Some were very successful and honest ubtil the very end when shit got complicated which is what happens. I don't see you guys crying scam at new sports books and ducking dice sites despite most being scams for the most part so just stop. I'm reporting every post I see calling this ponzi a scam until it is proven.

Good luck, watch the mods ignore you lol

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March 27, 2014, 09:26:54 PM
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He has given no reason as of yet to cause people to think it was a scam so why say it is a scam? Not all ponzis were scams. Some were very successful and honest ubtil the very end when shit got complicated which is what happens. I don't see you guys crying scam at new sports books and ducking dice sites despite most being scams for the most part so just stop. I'm reporting every post I see calling this ponzi a scam until it is proven.

Thanks for the support, Rulishix. Hopefully we can keep this ponzi going for some time Smiley

@RiverBoatBTC Keep these free bumps coming dude - you rock!

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March 27, 2014, 10:36:31 PM
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Got paid! Reinvesting! Let's keep it going! Smiley
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March 28, 2014, 02:59:24 AM
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Why did you open a new thread to advertise you SCAM?
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March 28, 2014, 03:57:16 AM
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He has given no reason as of yet to cause people to think it was a scam so why say it is a scam? Not all ponzis were scams. Some were very successful and honest ubtil the very end when shit got complicated which is what happens. I don't see you guys crying scam at new sports books and ducking dice sites despite most being scams for the most part so just stop. I'm reporting every post I see calling this ponzi a scam until it is proven.

To understand Riverboatbtc's anger you must understand the situation. Riverboat begged people on here for funds for his dream of owning an online casino. He was politely told to piss off and find his own money. Since that time he becomes angry and outraged whenever he sees people freely and carelessly spending their money anywhere other than his site. He sees potential money going to him rather than a ponzi. Even when a ponzi straight up tells you that its risky money and you could lose, it's not good enough for RiverboatBTC. He will flood your forum with unfounded claims of scam, hoping to try to ruin you. He will then try to have your site shut down. This boy living in mama's basement does not appreciate free economy and wishes only that his failing casino might see success.

I suggest:
1) post self moderated threads from here on. click the (+) additional options when you post, and select self-moderated. Then delete as necessary.
2) Add rivrboatbtc to your ignore list, to avoid seeing his own threads he will surely post when he is silenced on your own threads

Ponzi sites can be fun if you allow it to be fun. Moderate your threads, do not reply to his troll attempts in other threads. Find a website host that is friendly to such sites or use an offshore provider in Cayman Islands. Prices are cheap. Smiley

Also Juggerponz is not a scam - they PAY!!

https://blockchain.info/en/tx/5ff6b1d8e2b3255692162b0bf9381699bd7823d09ad8775e7e4c48a822566a17

great job guys
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