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August 31, 2014, 07:39:25 PM
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Good Day Folks!

We run a weekly bitcoin lottery via twitter where 0.2 BTC gets you into the draw that week for 4 BTC. No tricks or scams, just a simple game with real winners. Winners get their 4BTC sent to their BTC deposit address as soon as it's announced, every Friday afternoon at 3PM EST. Odds are 1 in 40, as we take 40 entries each week.

Intructions:
1. Follow @BTCLotteries on twitter
2. PM your deposit address, wait for confirmation response before proceeding to step 3 (we may already have 40 participants for that week's draw.
3. Deposit 0.2 BTC here: 1MvTk2E9VtAMgGtxGDtM2P4BSxifpfQuaL
4. Check back in on Friday to see your twitter handle announced as our winner.
5. Dance.

Do we profit? Yes and no. 40 entries is 8 BTC, we put 3BTC aside from every draw in case there are only a couple of entries the next week... the show can go on, so to speak. We also split a BTC among us (we wouldn't do this entirely for free

So there you have it folks! We hope you appreciate the honesty and transparency above and we can't wait to have entries from Bitcointalk members! Good luck to you all!!!

@BTCLotteries

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August 31, 2014, 07:54:46 PM
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3. Deposit 0.2 BTC here: 55f55a37-6e24-416d-92d5-3f19feb4046c

Umm... Is that your wallet identifier?  Roll Eyes

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August 31, 2014, 08:55:38 PM
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Uhm I don't think anyone will just send you BTC when you just came here with 1 post...

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August 31, 2014, 08:57:57 PM
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3. Deposit 0.2 BTC here: 55f55a37-6e24-416d-92d5-3f19feb4046c

Umm... Is that your wallet identifier?  Roll Eyes

Seems like the wallet identifier from blockchain.info.

lol the OP is a idiot.  Tongue
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August 31, 2014, 09:34:51 PM
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Yes it is our wallet identifier... why would that make us "a idiot"?

We can't sent BTC to that ?  Roll Eyes

And making your wallet identifier public is not smart,someone will try to crack your password to access your blockchain.info wallet...i hope you have 2FA enabled.

EDIT: Are you open to use escrow? This smells like scam...
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