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January 31, 2013, 01:39:50 AM
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I bet it will be  Cheesy

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January 31, 2013, 01:41:55 AM
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The "over $100 by end of April 2014" bet has looked fascinating: about even stevens each way last I looked.

I suspect it may be between $40 and $80 by the end of this year, but BTC price is very unpredictable, isn't it? That's half the fun. Smiley

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January 31, 2013, 02:03:49 AM
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no, i will still be in my thirties
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January 31, 2013, 09:03:20 AM
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I bet it will be  Cheesy

http://betsofbitco.in/item?id=1187

If you have an opinion, bet here!

You'd be a lot better off if you put all this effort into promoting the one bitcoin betting site which is actually worth the hassle. Let me explain this clearly:

On BitBet you are paid to register a bet. On all other sites, you aren't paid. On this one you actually linked, you have to pay yourself. BitBet 1 : rest of the world 0 : Betsofbitco.in -1.

On BitBet you may add ?ref=1youraddy to receive 1% of bets referred people make. On other sites, you don't (or if you do, it's nowhere near that much). BitBet 2 : rest of the world 0 : Betsofbitco.in -1.

If you want to bet on the house you can actually own a portion of BitBet by buying shares. With other sites, you can't. BitBet 3 : rest of the world 0 : Betsofbitco.in -1.

This leaving aside that BitBet actually has both the highest public bet in Bitcoin history (~1500 BTC wagered on one single proposition) and the highest betting volume per unit time.

The sooner you quit pushing a dead horse up a muddy hill the better for you. BitBet is the Bitcoin betting site, end of story already.

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January 31, 2013, 09:07:56 AM
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This leaving aside that BitBet actually has both the highest public bet in Bitcoin history (~1500 BTC wagered on one single proposition) and the highest betting volume per unit time.
I beg to differ.  Undecided

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January 31, 2013, 09:24:35 AM
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This leaving aside that BitBet actually has both the highest public bet in Bitcoin history (~1500 BTC wagered on one single proposition) and the highest betting volume per unit time.
I beg to differ.  Undecided

Lol. No but you know, actual bet.

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January 31, 2013, 01:50:43 PM
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This leaving aside that BitBet actually has both the highest public bet in Bitcoin history (~1500 BTC wagered on one single proposition) and the highest betting volume per unit time.

Not true, unless you mean "recent history". I personally ran bitcoinsportsbook.com and routinely had thousands of coins wagered on both sides of a football match. Book was open and verifiable by anyone who visited the site. Granted, coins were under 15c at the time.

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January 31, 2013, 02:21:32 PM
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This leaving aside that BitBet actually has both the highest public bet in Bitcoin history (~1500 BTC wagered on one single proposition) and the highest betting volume per unit time.

Not true, unless you mean "recent history". I personally ran bitcoinsportsbook.com and routinely had thousands of coins wagered on both sides of a football match. Book was open and verifiable by anyone who visited the site. Granted, coins were under 15c at the time.

Tbh I had no idea. Links or anything?

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