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August 16, 2017, 03:43:46 PM

Also, the casino profit potential with BTC's bets is higher in my opinion.
That's wrong though.
Check the OP, and you'll find out LTC has performed better than BTC in the past few weeks (1.21% weekly average against a 0.89% weekly average).
Of course that's subject to variance, so historic numbers are nice to look at, but don't tell us much about the future.

So let's check the numbers that actually matter for calculating the potential of an investment.
LTC has less wagers, but also a smaller bankroll. The exact numbers tell us that expected returns are almost the same:

BTC has 2811BTC wagered the last month over a bankroll of 1630BTC (1.72x)
LTC on the other hand has 27317 wagered over a bankroll of 16180 (1.68x)

I chose litecoin because its a steady coin. But im think doing that with BTC because will be worth more in on year.
Why not diversify, invest some in LTC and some in BTC, mitigate the risk you're taking.

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August 16, 2017, 08:38:41 PM

The terms on which the users invested in the site bankroll doesn't have any reference about giving a forked coin. Yet, crypto-games handled the unexpected situation favoring its users. Handling of BCH (claiming, storing and dividing between users) surely was a extra bit of work for the site and There's no place to blame the site for not being able to claim the BCH within the stated deadline.

Their FAQ section on investing addresses this:


How do investments work?

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Investing in our bankroll means staking your coins to the site for the time you're being invested. Those coins thus become a part of the site and we are not planning to distribute any altcoins gained from "airdrops". However, in case of a chain split (like ETC), you will receive your according share of coins on either side.

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