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March 23, 2015, 07:24:08 PM
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does this works?

https://coinbr.com/about

Yes, it works great. I use CoinBR as my broker for MPEx.


uh? what satoshi minigame? what's Eulora?  Huh

The Ministry of Games (S.MG) is a public company which develops games. The first game by the company, which they are in the process of producing, is Eulora, MMORPG type game with a real bitcoin economy. You can see the wiki for the game at http://www.eulorum.org/Eulora or read more on trilema in the SMG category (paywall).

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March 25, 2015, 08:08:19 PM
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uh? what satoshi minigame? what's Eulora?  Huh

The Ministry of Games (S.MG) is a public company which develops games. The first game by the company, which they are in the process of producing, is Eulora, MMORPG type game with a real bitcoin economy. You can see the wiki for the game at http://www.eulorum.org/Eulora or read more on trilema in the SMG category (paywall).

Well most people do not always check trilema but it's usually not behind a paywall if your an infrequent visitor
Thanks for posting a wiki link sort of forgot that existed after all this time

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