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March 08, 2012, 10:46:12 PM
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I realize this isn't the right place to talk about gambling. But StrikeSapphire is on the brink of really tying together the Bitcoin world with the larger gambling world, worth billions a year in cashflow in and out... and right now we need your help.

We're not taking US players, and we're only taking Bitcoin deposits. We'll start taking other deposit methods sooner or later, but for the moment we're growing with Bitcoin. But we've made some amazing strides. We're the first Bitcoin casino to be listed with the "big boys", right alongside other deposit methods, on sites like casino-deposit.net and slotsdaily.com.

As it is, we're running the best freeroll poker games in the Bitcoin world. i.e., no cost to enter, no deposit necessary, just free Bitcoins to win, all the time. We've gotten a hard core of players who show up all the time, but we need more to make it exciting. Our freerolls go off around the clock, in several different denominations. You haven't heard much about it because we don't do a lot of advertising, but right now, we need you.

We need you to just come and play poker for some free Bitcoins. We have potential investors who'll be checking us out over the next few weeks, and we want our site to be busy. Help us impress them with the size of the business we've built around BTC, and the future that's obviously in this currency. You don't have to deposit, it costs you nothing, just come and play some free poker for real BTC. We have larger freerolls every night at 9pm and 11pm GMT. Help us bulk up.

Admins, I hope you'll let this ride for a day or so before you kick it down to gambling. I really want this to go out to all the community.

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March 08, 2012, 10:46:57 PM
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BTW - 10 minutes before the second freeroll starts tonight.

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March 08, 2012, 11:18:22 PM
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You don't have to deposit, it costs you nothing, just come and play some free poker for real BTC.

odd, since that's the same technique my crack dealer used a while back before i started smoking.

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would you mind, however, explaining what a freeroll is?  i hadn't known what it meant until just recently and there are others who might not know either.
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March 08, 2012, 11:44:57 PM
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It's obvious that so much work has gone into building this system.  I'm really impressed with it.
All it's lacking is the punters!

strikesapphire has shown some real commitment and enthusiasm for bitcoin - c'mon bitcoiners - give 'em some lovin!

(Disclaimer: I have no affiliation whatsoever with strikesapphire - and I'm a shit poker player)


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March 08, 2012, 11:48:46 PM
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Wish I could play, but I'm in the US Sad

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March 08, 2012, 11:51:49 PM
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I'm in the USSA too, but I wish you luck!!!

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March 08, 2012, 11:58:52 PM
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Wish I could play, but I'm in the US Sad

i'm in the same boat  Angry
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March 09, 2012, 12:00:50 AM
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would you mind, however, explaining what a freeroll is?  i hadn't known what it meant until just recently and there are others who might not know either.

Okay. A freeroll is a tournament you can join for free, but where the winner(s) get a real money prize at the end. Lots of casinos run freerolls as promotions. Sometimes the prize isn't money, but a ticket to another tournament, one that other players have bought into for real money where the prize pool is bigger - this is called a satellite.

The expression comes from old time Las Vegas casinos that would give players free chips to roll on the craps tables.

It's obvious that so much work has gone into building this system.  I'm really impressed with it.
All it's lacking is the punters!

strikesapphire has shown some real commitment and enthusiasm for bitcoin - c'mon bitcoiners - give 'em some lovin!

(Disclaimer: I have no affiliation whatsoever with strikesapphire - and I'm a shit poker player)

Thanks for saying that. We've really put a lot of work in and tried to stay ahead of the curve, and to be a safe, trustworthy business no matter what the Bitcoin weather forecast looked like. 8 months and counting...

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March 09, 2012, 12:03:44 AM
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Wish I could play, but I'm in the US Sad

i'm in the same boat  Angry

And this is why we haven't broken the front page yet. We will bring legitimate, licensed Bitcoin gambling to the US when we know we can do that legally. I have every intention of doing it. Part of the discussion here is how to do that while ensuring the safety of all those involved.

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March 09, 2012, 12:09:58 AM
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We will bring legitimate, licensed Bitcoin gambling to the US when we know we can do that legally. I have every intention of doing it. Part of the discussion here is how to do that while ensuring the safety of all those involved.
Good luck!

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March 09, 2012, 05:52:24 AM
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Are US citizens living abroad allowed to play?

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March 09, 2012, 06:08:46 AM
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Are US citizens living abroad allowed to play?


I would think that the same rules apply to US Citizens doing drugs in other countries where it's not illegal.

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March 09, 2012, 09:56:55 AM
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Are US citizens living abroad allowed to play?


I would think that the same rules apply to US Citizens doing drugs in other countries where it's not illegal.

Correctamundo  Wink

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March 09, 2012, 10:09:29 AM
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When funding with BTC it would be a lot easier for me if you showed a bitcoin QR-code so I could easily pay with my phone.

For an address like this "1ET7m6MWEQKpZm5kyT1ETMogFHqBNuMys3" it is as easy as adding the following HTML snippet to your funding page:
<img src="http://qrcode.kaywa.com/img.php?s=8&d=1ET7m6MWEQKpZm5kyT1ETMogFHqBNuMys3" alt="qrcode"  />


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March 09, 2012, 11:44:37 AM
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When funding with BTC it would be a lot easier for me if you showed a bitcoin QR-code so I could easily pay with my phone.

For an address like this "1ET7m6MWEQKpZm5kyT1ETMogFHqBNuMys3" it is as easy as adding the following HTML snippet to your funding page:
<img src="http://qrcode.kaywa.com/img.php?s=8&d=1ET7m6MWEQKpZm5kyT1ETMogFHqBNuMys3" alt="qrcode"  />

Using a 3rd party to dynamically generate Bitcoin QR codes is dangerous.  They could redirect the funds to their own address. Or, they could be compromised by someone who dirverts the funds.
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March 09, 2012, 12:00:06 PM
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When funding with BTC it would be a lot easier for me if you showed a bitcoin QR-code so I could easily pay with my phone.

For an address like this "1ET7m6MWEQKpZm5kyT1ETMogFHqBNuMys3" it is as easy as adding the following HTML snippet to your funding page:
<img src="http://qrcode.kaywa.com/img.php?s=8&d=1ET7m6MWEQKpZm5kyT1ETMogFHqBNuMys3" alt="qrcode"  />

Using a 3rd party to dynamically generate Bitcoin QR codes is dangerous.  They could redirect the funds to their own address. Or, they could be compromised by someone who dirverts the funds.


The same goes for address shorteners. Firstbits is a scam waiting to happen (not I don't think the owner is a scammer, just saying).

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March 09, 2012, 12:40:44 PM
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You should put the link in the first post or at least in your signature or something:

https://strikesapphire.com/
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March 09, 2012, 01:13:01 PM
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I'm in the USSA too, but I wish you luck!!!

Can you not use a proxy or something?

This smells like the People's Republic of America  Shocked


Actually I have no idea if it is currently allowed in the EU.

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March 09, 2012, 03:12:22 PM
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When funding with BTC it would be a lot easier for me if you showed a bitcoin QR-code so I could easily pay with my phone.

For an address like this "1ET7m6MWEQKpZm5kyT1ETMogFHqBNuMys3" it is as easy as adding the following HTML snippet to your funding page:
<img src="http://qrcode.kaywa.com/img.php?s=8&d=1ET7m6MWEQKpZm5kyT1ETMogFHqBNuMys3" alt="qrcode"  />

Using a 3rd party to dynamically generate Bitcoin QR codes is dangerous.  They could redirect the funds to their own address. Or, they could be compromised by someone who dirverts the funds.

Right. So let that site be a source of inspiration. Generating a QR-code is pretty straightforward, and there are many tools out there to create them.

However, the point still stands. The easier it is to fund your account the more likely people are going to use it. It is all about removing a barrier of entry. Since I am using my Android device for sending/receiving BTC it is quite cumbersome for me to grab the Bitcoin address and send to it. Adding a QR code allows all Android Bitcoin Wallet users, BitcoinSpinner users and BitPak users to fund their accounts with a click on their phone.

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March 09, 2012, 03:48:01 PM
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I would sign up and play but I don't want to give out my name or any of my other info. Can I do that?

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