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Author Topic: Overview of Bitcointalk Signature-Ad Campaigns [Last update: 25-May-2020]  (Read 933638 times)
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Overview of Bitcointalk Signature-Ad Campaigns

The following abbreviations will be used for campaigns (where applicable):
 
Campaigns:
Active||Currently active
PNYC||Payment not yet confirmed
FLUX||Campaign in flux between closed and accepting
CFNP||Closed for new participants
Term:Ranks:
p/d||post/dailyL||Legendary Member
p/w||post/weeklyH||Hero Member
p/m||post/monthlyS||Senior Member
f/w||fixed/weeklyF||Full Member
f/m||fixed/monthlyM||Member
J||Junior


All Bitcoin Signature Campaigns
Active
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Campaign
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Escrow
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|Bitvest*|p/2w|.000012|.000012|.00001|.000008|.000005|x|15/w|60/w|Y/N|
|Bustadice*|f/w|$100|$100|$75|$50|$25|x|25/w|x|N|
|ChipMixer|p/w|.00075|.00075|.00075|x|x|x|x|50/w|Y/N|
|Roobet|f/w|$60|$60|$45|$35|x|x|15/w|x|Y/N|
PNYC
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Campaign
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Max
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Escrow
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|Bitcointalk Charity|f/w|.001|.001|.001|x|x|x|5/w|x|Y/N|
FLUX
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Campaign
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J
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Escrow
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|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|
CFNP
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Campaign
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Term
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Escrow
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|777Coin*|p/2w|.00002|.00002|.0000175|.000015|.0000125|x|15/w|60/w|Y/N|
|BestChange|f/w|$90|$90|$70|$45|$30|x|25/w|x|N|
|BitCasino|f/w|.018|.018|x|x|x|x|25/w|x|N|
|BitDice*|f/w|$85|$85|$50|$35|x|x|30/w|x|N|
|Blackjack.fun|f/w|$50|$50|x|x|x|x|20/w|x|Y/N|
|Crypto-Games*|f/w|$90|$80|x|x|x|x|25/w|x|N|
|Freebitco.in*|f/w|$60|$60|$40|x|x|x|25/w|x|N|
|Hybrix.io|f/w|$35|$25|x|x|x|x|15/w|x|N|
|Playbetr|f/w|$50|$50|x|x|x|x|25/w|x|Y/N|
|Sportsbet|f/w|.01|.01|.005|x|x|x|25/w|8/d|N|
|Wolf.bet|p/w|.0002|.00015|x|x|x|x|15/w|40/w|N|
|YOLOdice*|p/w|.00035|.00035|.00025|.00015|.00005|x|x|40/w|N|

* means that the campaign is currently having some trouble. Joining is not recommended.
* means that the campaign is paying in bitcoin with the addition of some alternative coins (altcoin). Taking a further look into the campaign's payrate is recommended.
* means that the campaign has some bonus going on. The specified amount in the table is the least amount of money you can have for each round. Check out their thread to know how their bonus works.
** means that there are some special conditions. Please see the campaigns thread for more information.


Yes/No explanation
If a campaign has Yes/No as escrow status, it means that the person holding the funds also manages the campaign. This is a conflict of interest, but shouldn't be a big problem if the person doing escrow is trusted.
 

Changelog:
Code:
25-May-20: Moved Wolf.bet, Removed SatoshiDice, Moved Bustadice, Added Bitcointalk Charity, Moved Roobet, Removed Fortunejack
18-May-20: Removed CoinDragon, Moved SatoshiDice, Removed Project Covid-19, Moved Wolf.bet
11-May-20: Moved Wolf.bet, Removed Casino Adrenaline, Moved ChipMixer, Moved Hybrix.io, Moved Blackjack.fun, Moved YOLOdice, Removed Coinsclone, Added Project Covid-19, Moved SatoshiDice
04-May-20: Moved Casino Adrenaline, Added Hybrix.io, Moved 777Coin, Added Wolf.bet, Removed Davinci's Gold, Moved YOLOdice, Added SatoshiDice, Removed Blender, Added Coinsclone, Moved CoinDragon, Added Blackjack.fun
27-Apr-20: Removed SatoshiDice, Updated 777Coin, Moved Playbetr, Updated Bitvest, Added Blender, Removed CoinSaga, Added Casino Adrenaline, Removed Bspin
19-Apr-20: Moved Davinci's Gold, Added SatoshiDice, Moved 777Coin, Removed OWNR. Moved Playbetr
12-Apr-20: Removed Blender, Added Davinci's Gold, Removed Cleobet, Moved CoinSaga, Removed Bruno's Final Exit Scam,
05-Apr-20: Added Bruno's Final Exit Scam, Moved CoinDragon, Added CoinSaga, Moved Bspin, Added Cleobet


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  • The only allowed posts are about updates to the OP or available spots for campaigns.
  • Posts about available spots for campaigns should be removed when they become obsolete.
  • Discussion about campaigns are strictly forbidden (unless it's really relevant, which in 99% of the cases, it isn't).

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May 19, 2014, 03:49:38 PM
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Why is UpDown still in the "Payments not yet confirmed" section, given they have paid for the first week?

Anyway, thank you for doing this Bitcoininformation; it's a really useful service.  Smiley
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May 19, 2014, 03:56:21 PM
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Why is UpDown still in the "Payments not yet confirmed" section, given they have paid for the first week?

Anyway, thank you for doing this Bitcoininformation; it's a really useful service.  Smiley
Oh yeah, will change that right now. Thank you and no problem Grin

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May 19, 2014, 04:35:49 PM
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Thanks for taking over the task of keeping the overview up to date!
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May 19, 2014, 04:39:03 PM
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Thanks for taking over the task of keeping the overview up to date!
Thank you for letting me! Good luck with your projects and everything else Wink

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May 19, 2014, 05:35:47 PM
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Why don't you add when the deals started and/or order them by longest running? I think that'd be useful information to have. One that pays out on the first week shouldn’t be seen as trusted as all the other longer-running ones.

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May 19, 2014, 05:44:33 PM
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Why don't you add when the deals started and/or order them by longest running? I think that'd be useful information to have. One that pays out on the first week shouldn’t be seen as trusted as all the other longer-running ones.
Because a website can disappear any minute. Yes, a website that exists might seem more legit, but in the end it can crash and burn at any given moment. That is one of the main reasons why I won't order or color them. I had that idea before as well, but Rannasha was able to convince me other wise. However, I might just add when a campaign started. I will definitely think about that. Thanks Wink

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Why don't you add when the deals started and/or order them by longest running? I think that'd be useful information to have. One that pays out on the first week shouldn’t be seen as trusted as all the other longer-running ones.
Because a website can disappear any minute. Yes, a website that exists might seem more legit, but in the end it can crash and burn at any given moment. That is one of the main reasons why I won't order or color them. I had that idea before as well, but Rannasha was able to convince me other wise. However, I might just add when a campaign started. I will definitely think about that. Thanks Wink

Because they can disappear at any moment is irrelevant and IMO makes ordering them by length even more pertinent. Longer and established operations are less likely to fall into trouble or disappear, but I still think ordering or stating how long they've been paying out is relevant and useful info. Are they listed completely random at the moment?

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May 19, 2014, 06:25:47 PM
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Because they can disappear at any moment is irrelevant and IMO makes ordering them by length even more pertinent. Longer and established operations are less likely to fall into trouble or disappear, but I still think ordering or stating how long they've been paying out is relevant and useful info. Are they listed completely random at the moment?
I copied Rannasha topic, moved GAWMiners to the "Currently active"-section, added UpDown.BT to the "Currently active"-section, moved BTC.sx to the "Closed"-section and added Cloudbet to the "Payments not yet confirmed"-section. So you could say that campaigns sorted on time. A bit, not completely.
 
I will be doing a poll to find out what people think about sorting campaigns based on their running length.
Click here to go to the poll.

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May 19, 2014, 06:59:36 PM
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CoinBet.cc is closed/scam. I'd remove it from the list as it is most likely now invalid.
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May 19, 2014, 07:01:54 PM
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CoinBet.cc is closed/scam. I'd remove it from the list as it is most likely now invalid.
Thanks. I have changed the OP.

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May 19, 2014, 08:00:31 PM
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BitcoinliveBets is also closed op already announces he is not going to update and for last 2 months no payment for any member so please delete this also

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May 19, 2014, 08:03:28 PM
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BitcoinliveBets is also closed op already announces he is not going to update and for last 2 months no payment for any member so please delete this also
Will do. Thanks for telling me!

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Good work. I hope this one this going to be updated more frequently. The old one was always slow updating the lastest signature campaigns.
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Good work. I hope this one this going to be updated more frequently. The old one was always slow updating the lastest signature campaigns.
Well, I check Bitcointalk at least every two days, so I am guessing it will be updated more frequently. If there is something to update, of course Wink

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May 19, 2014, 11:12:40 PM
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this is a good thread to have stickied.. good resource, especially for noobs. though stunna's rates are no longer the top-end, i've had good experiences with him.. so for now, i'm a little reluctant to seek the better paying ad sponsors.
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May 19, 2014, 11:21:37 PM
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Thanks for taking over the job.  This is a useful thread when it stays up to date.  Thanks to Rannasha for the old one and preciate you for staring this one up.
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May 20, 2014, 12:43:44 AM
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I was wondering what happened to the other thread when I saw the lock anyways keeping a watch on this thread since I sometimes note that a sig rate has changed or some new competitor arrived thanks for taking on the mantle.
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Payment period: Monthly, 30 days after signing up.
Minimum posts: 50 posts per month.
Payments: If minimum post count is reached: F: 0.06 BTC per month, S/H: 0.09 BTC per month.
Miscellaneous: Other signatures are allowed. You need to signup every month. All participants will also receive a $5 Gift card.

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Currently closed for new participants

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