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June 10, 2014, 06:05:16 PM
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Buy 1-2 btc and invest in Just-dice.

Some investors get paid off handsomely.
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June 11, 2014, 12:49:06 AM
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Buy 1-2 btc and invest in Just-dice.

Some investors get paid off handsomely.
Put very blatantly, SOME investors. I can't picture a lot of investors actually making money of a gambling site, regardless how much they put in to it.

If you invested in something that was less "luck" based, it would be far better. Purchasing mining contracts (depending on how you feel about them) could be a good investment, or it might be better to trade other crypto's back and forth. I do that, and I'm made some decent profits off of it.

It depends if you can play the markets well, however. You can end up failing miserably and lose all of it.

Choose whatever method you like! Work, faucets, investing/trading, it's all up to you!
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June 11, 2014, 01:01:45 AM
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Buy 1-2 btc and invest in Just-dice.

Some investors get paid off handsomely.
Put very blatantly, SOME investors. I can't picture a lot of investors actually making money of a gambling site, regardless how much they put in to it.

If you invested in something that was less "luck" based, it would be far better. Purchasing mining contracts (depending on how you feel about them) could be a good investment, or it might be better to trade other crypto's back and forth. I do that, and I'm made some decent profits off of it.

It depends if you can play the markets well, however. You can end up failing miserably and lose all of it.

Choose whatever method you like! Work, faucets, investing/trading, it's all up to you!

nice post .. reminds David Sklansky's "Do you See Why ?" book and 2+2 forum Wink


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June 11, 2014, 01:54:35 AM
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Buy 1-2 btc and invest in Just-dice.

Some investors get paid off handsomely.

Just dice may or may not continue to be a good investment.

With that being said, investors did well with just-dice because they got in early.

Investing in any company involves risk.

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June 11, 2014, 03:48:05 AM
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So basically you want a magical site that sends out full bitcoins..

Ya no.
www.gimmeabitcoin.net

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June 11, 2014, 04:21:22 AM
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So basically you want a magical site that sends out full bitcoins..

Ya no.
www.gimmeabitcoin.net

I actually tried going to that site (maybe it was a faucet - would be a great domain)

It is not a real site Sad

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June 11, 2014, 06:54:56 AM
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So basically you want a magical site that sends out full bitcoins..

Ya no.
www.gimmeabitcoin.net

What's this  Shocked
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June 13, 2014, 03:10:16 AM
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Buy 1-2 btc and invest in Just-dice.

Some investors get paid off handsomely.
Put very blatantly, SOME investors. I can't picture a lot of investors actually making money of a gambling site, regardless how much they put in to it.

If you invested in something that was less "luck" based, it would be far better. Purchasing mining contracts (depending on how you feel about them) could be a good investment, or it might be better to trade other crypto's back and forth. I do that, and I'm made some decent profits off of it.

It depends if you can play the markets well, however. You can end up failing miserably and lose all of it.

Choose whatever method you like! Work, faucets, investing/trading, it's all up to you!

I think he was talking about investing in the site like making the site's bankroll bigger, and share in the profits.

Assuming you are not investing in a scam, this is the closest to a sure thing in the Bitcoin world.
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June 13, 2014, 03:51:03 AM
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Hello,

are there any good fair ways to increase your BTC's without mining. mbtc ubtc and satoshis are just a waste of time so im asking if someone know some good net places.

thx


Hey I was there once and everything seemed so hard, it all takes time, keep at it and you'll learn your own ways of earning but the fact of the matter is Bitcoin is worth $630 today and think how hard it is to earn $630 even $100 so the best think you can do is, get a real job, keep some money aside, buy some bitcoins and altcoins and start trading.

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June 16, 2014, 02:31:54 AM
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Buy 1-2 btc and invest in Just-dice.

Some investors get paid off handsomely.
Put very blatantly, SOME investors. I can't picture a lot of investors actually making money of a gambling site, regardless how much they put in to it.

If you invested in something that was less "luck" based, it would be far better. Purchasing mining contracts (depending on how you feel about them) could be a good investment, or it might be better to trade other crypto's back and forth. I do that, and I'm made some decent profits off of it.

It depends if you can play the markets well, however. You can end up failing miserably and lose all of it.

Choose whatever method you like! Work, faucets, investing/trading, it's all up to you!

I think he was talking about investing in the site like making the site's bankroll bigger, and share in the profits.

Assuming you are not investing in a scam, this is the closest to a sure thing in the Bitcoin world.

Investing in gambling sites' bank rolls has in the past been a very profitable investment.

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June 16, 2014, 07:30:48 AM
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