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July 10, 2015, 04:57:18 PM
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what do you think about this website
legit or no?

Legit.  Definitely legit.  The site is relatively open (not quite as open as CryptoPyramid.com, but still decent), and you can see everything that's going on.  They have the withdrawal history published on the site, just in case you think they're going to hold onto your money.

In reality, they have access to less than 0.2 BTC at any given time.  Running away with the funds, like other investor games, is not really possible with this layout.
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July 13, 2015, 11:47:42 AM
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Weekly withdrawal from site wallet to user's address has been made. Sorry for the little delay...

https://blockchain.info/tx/e2438c4261288088e4a4fade7e137b9880095add5b335311fbdb4983b178884d

Next withdrawal is scheduled on July 13, 2015 by 5pm GMT.

Weekly withdrawal from site wallet to user's address has been made...

https://blockchain.info/tx/33808d27c02d12e362368421445d9e5addbb84dd7024a08e3a38154c78084df0

Next withdrawal is scheduled on July 20, 2015 by 5pm GMT.

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Regarding a few deposits, which are still stuck in between, we have an update from blockchain.info...

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We are currently reviewing some reported delays with our forwarding API. Thanks for your patience while we investigate.

Source: https://twitter.com/blockchain/status/619240247470067712
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July 13, 2015, 06:37:51 PM
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what do you think about this website
legit or no?

Legit.  Definitely legit.  The site is relatively open (not quite as open as CryptoPyramid.com, but still decent), and you can see everything that's going on.  They have the withdrawal history published on the site, just in case you think they're going to hold onto your money.

In reality, they have access to less than 0.2 BTC at any given time.  Running away with the funds, like other investor games, is not really possible with this layout.

+1.  I like the design of this site.  I think it should not be in this section, but in the gambling section.  W/e, it is still a good design for a game.  I didn't' try out crypto pyramid, I will have to look at those guys too.  I don't really have free coin for gambling at the moment, but this game is on my short list for sure.
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July 13, 2015, 06:51:52 PM
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what do you think about this website
legit or no?

Legit.  Definitely legit.  The site is relatively open (not quite as open as CryptoPyramid.com, but still decent), and you can see everything that's going on.  They have the withdrawal history published on the site, just in case you think they're going to hold onto your money.

In reality, they have access to less than 0.2 BTC at any given time.  Running away with the funds, like other investor games, is not really possible with this layout.

+1.  I like the design of this site.  I think it should not be in this section, but in the gambling section.  W/e, it is still a good design for a game.  I didn't' try out crypto pyramid, I will have to look at those guys too.  I don't really have free coin for gambling at the moment, but this game is on my short list for sure.

OP infact created a thread regarding this in Meta => https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1095874.0

But, that did not garner much support from forum members.
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July 13, 2015, 08:23:23 PM
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The name is misunderstanding me a little bit. Why is this service called ChainProfit.com if it's not on-chain? It makes no sense yum.
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July 14, 2015, 05:55:23 AM
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The name is misunderstanding me a little bit. Why is this service called ChainProfit.com if it's not on-chain? It makes no sense yum.

That's not the type of chain it's talking about.  It refers to the way that new deposits are added to the chain of previous deposits, and you have to decide where on that chain you want to invest.  It's actually a pretty clever name (and it was voted on I believe).
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July 14, 2015, 05:33:16 PM
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The name is misunderstanding me a little bit. Why is this service called ChainProfit.com if it's not on-chain? It makes no sense yum.

The word Chain does not necessarily mean it has to be the blockchain. When Blocks create a Chain, Satoshi called it BlockChain. Here Chain creates Profit. So, Joker called it ChainProfit. Smiley
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July 18, 2015, 07:35:07 PM
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Our team has just completed a statistical analysis of this ponzi.  We have concluded that it is definitely a very solid investment, as long as you invest at the right times.

We are looking to release more information about the analysis shortly, but just know that the next 23 hours are the most optimal time to invest (the best time to invest in several weeks actually).
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July 19, 2015, 07:05:01 PM
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I've already made a few investments in this game, but it seems like it's been slow lately.  What does everyone think?  Is it worth it to keep investing or has the game seen better days?
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July 20, 2015, 09:38:06 AM
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Weekly withdrawal from site wallet to user's address has been made...

https://blockchain.info/tx/33808d27c02d12e362368421445d9e5addbb84dd7024a08e3a38154c78084df0

Next withdrawal is scheduled on July 20, 2015 by 5pm GMT.
Weekly withdrawal from site wallet to user's address has been made...

https://blockchain.info/tx/733ac50e00d832d4f2591cdd851707448833c468b3c7c7ae94731c6d59451da7

Next withdrawal is scheduled on July 27, 2015 by 5pm GMT. If you are happy with the game, feel free to leave +ve trust on this profile.
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July 20, 2015, 11:43:47 AM
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I've already made a few investments in this game, but it seems like it's been slow lately.  What does everyone think?  Is it worth it to keep investing or has the game seen better days?

We need to pump it up! Spread the word! If it is honest and legit and creators are not proven scammers to date, let's get people to play with us!
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July 20, 2015, 04:14:37 PM
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Someone should post a definitive guide on the strategy and how to use it.  That might help pump it.  I was a little confused how it worked at the beginning, but I know absolutely love to play with it!
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July 21, 2015, 11:38:32 AM
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I've already made a few investments in this game, but it seems like it's been slow lately.  What does everyone think?  Is it worth it to keep investing or has the game seen better days?

We need to pump it up! Spread the word! If it is honest and legit and creators are not proven scammers to date, let's get people to play with us!

Here are three ways this game can go to the next level in gambling industry...

i. Players wearing signature as specified in the OP and thereby earn referral commission.

ii. Players lobbying this thread to be moved to Gambling section - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1095874.0

iii. Someone get this game covered by some leading bitcoin news portal. I have seen CoinTelegraph to cover shits like coinprofit.io - http://cointelegraph.com/news/113458/coinprofitio
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July 21, 2015, 02:37:09 PM
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I just did my part and posted in the Meta thread, maybe we can get it moved.  Otherwise, OP should just create a new thread, and use two at once, slowly migrating over to the other one.
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July 21, 2015, 05:29:13 PM
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I just did my part and posted in the Meta thread, maybe we can get it moved.  Otherwise, OP should just create a new thread, and use two at once, slowly migrating over to the other one.

OP moved this thread in Gambling section and it was moved back here by Mods. I guess, that is the reason OP created the thread in Meta.

By the way, I dont see your post in that thread in Meta.
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July 21, 2015, 08:36:40 PM
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Chain profit is literally weekly ponzi! This is basically exactly what Weekly ponzi did! Trying to be transparent, deducting only 5% of what was put in, and increased the amount by 20% itself! I am not trying to put up post count, I am proving that it really is a transparent ponzi.

The website was literally created 3 weeks ago and has WHOIS guard.

It is a rebranch off a website called Crazyponzi.com

If you type that in, it will redirect you to chainprofit.com


Operator makes money no matter what! There's no way he's ever going to lose money! It's a 100% gain venture!

Tell me it's not a ponzi again.

It does not claim to increase the amount by 20% itself.  It explains clearly where the money comes from, and how the transfer of funds works.  If you're looking for a transparent ponzi or pyramid, CryptoPyramid.com is more what you're thinking.

Who cares when it was created or where it came from.  It's what it is now that matters.

I know that if I moved my website, I'd create a redirect so that any backlinks out there on the internet would redirect properly as well.  Don't you think that's the BEST WAY TO KEEP MAKING MONEY (which, not only ponzi do - casinos also like to make money).

Operator makes money no matter what?  Most casinos make money no matter what.  That's what's referred to as a solid business plan, not a ponzi.

I hope you decide to see the light and come out of your little bubble Smiley

When I made a post in the Meta thread (see quoted text above), it was removed by a moderator because I was defending this project.  I'm a little frustrated.  Everyone who believes in this game needs to stand up for it and post in the Meta section.

That was my attempt, hope y'all have better luck.
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July 22, 2015, 12:07:01 PM
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If you're looking for a transparent ponzi or pyramid, CryptoPyramid.com is more what you're thinking.

When I made a post in the Meta thread (see quoted text above), it was removed by a moderator because I was defending this project.  I'm a little frustrated.  Everyone who believes in this game needs to stand up for it and post in the Meta section.

That was my attempt, hope y'all have better luck.

I think it was deleted for your mention to CryptoPyramid as it is considered as cross-thread advertising in Meta. If you re-post without this sentence, it should stay.
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July 22, 2015, 03:18:19 PM
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I reposted, let's hope that something comes out of it!
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July 23, 2015, 10:26:50 AM
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This sounds interesting I will have to try but maybe wait a little since things seem slow at the moment? Excuse my ignorance but wouldn't it be possible to get 4-5 people together investing say 0.5 or 1 btc each continuously which would keep everyone rolling over and everyone would be making bank or am I missing something?
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July 23, 2015, 03:35:56 PM
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This sounds interesting I will have to try but maybe wait a little since things seem slow at the moment? Excuse my ignorance but wouldn't it be possible to get 4-5 people together investing say 0.5 or 1 btc each continuously which would keep everyone rolling over and everyone would be making bank or am I missing something?

It's far from slow, this is the busiest it's been in about a week...it's a good time to invest.  However, if you do make a deposit make sure you give it a decent fee as their upstream callback service deals with higher-fee transaction better (just a personal observation).  0.0001 is enough for the fee.

If people make large deposits (or any deposit for that matter), they get added to the bankroll.  Once the value of the bankroll exceeds the value of the "To be Returned (B)" column of the next pending investment, a payout is made.  Right now, if someone deposited half a bitcoin, it would pay out pretty much everyone, and then the bankroll would be about 0.38 (quick mental math).  That investment would then sit there.  Nobody else would like deposit 0.7 BTC (140% of 0.5 BTC deposited), so that investment would expire, and the bankroll would carry over to the next investors after, who would then be paid with the remainder of the bankroll.  Making smaller investments in the 0.02-0.05 BTC range is the smarter option, allowing for multiple investments spread over a longer period of time.  If you're interested in trying it out, use my referral link (because this took a while to type: http://www.chainprofit.com/?r=497).

The community around this came is great, so if you have any other questions, don't hesitate to inquire.
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