Bitcoin-based online gambling

stevek

Viva Las Vegas
Since
Oct 30, 2019
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2,350
Lol you're telling me.

I took $200 to about $25k on Full Tilt and did daily atm max withdrawals with that fucker for a month straight pre "Black Friday" for internet poker, and it was more than nice.

RIP Full Tilt, RIP Neteller. Thanks for all. :hattip:
 

Matty

Bringing Sexy Back
Since
Jan 26, 2010
Messages
47,367
I was mostly unemployed in 2006 but I was paying the rent by bonus-hustling dozens of Microgaming casinos that were offering $100-250 bonuses on a $50 deposit with a 4x rollover. Good times.
 

roguejuror

night train
Since
Jan 24, 2010
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59,842
Coinbase has a blockchain analysis product called Coinbase Analytics

In order to sell to the goverment and get public contracts money you have to register, Coinbase registered on April 13 2020

https://beta.sam.gov/entity/081007539?keywords=Coinbase&sort=-relevance&index=&is_active=true&page=1

The DEA and IRS bought themselves a subscription to Coinbase Analytics in May

https://beta.sam.gov/opp/c117b879f0...&sort=-relevance&index=&is_active=true&page=1

From the DEA Source Acquisation filing...

The Coinbase Analytics platform extracts and analyzes information regarding transactions using cryptocurrencies on their respective blockchains and analyzes it in conjunction with other publicly available information

Coinbase Analytics (CA) cryptocurrency intelligence tool, provides investigators with identity attribution and de-anonymities virtual currency addresses domestically and internationally. CA is known for its accuracy of attribution which includes some of the most conservative heuristics used in commercial blockchain tracing tools. This is critical in avoiding false positive during target identification.

https://www.gamelive.com/bucket/coinbase-dea.pdf
 

roguejuror

night train
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Jan 24, 2010
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59,842
A recent 51% attack that impacted Ethereum Classic (ETC) is believed to have resulted in approximately $5.6 million worth of the cryptocurrency being double-spent.

A report published by Aleksey Studnev of blockchain forensics firm Bitquery on August 5 has revealed the extent of the incident, with Bitquery estimating that the attacker made off with 807,260 ETC.

The report estimates the hacker reaped more than a 2,800% return for his efforts, having spent roughly 17.5 Bitcoins (BTC) worth $192,000 on renting hash power from Nicehash to execute the attack.
 

Tron

New Member
Since
Jan 28, 2010
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25,535
Who else checks their BTC wallet first thing in the morning (sometimes even before the morning piss)?

✌️
 

Tron

New Member
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Jan 28, 2010
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25,535
Tron. You're at all time highs, take some off the table... You won!!
Boney, I feel that in 8-10 years, one Bitcoin will be worth roughly $100K or it will be worth about $36.25.

I’m willing to let it ride.
 

Blitty

guitartown
Since
Jan 27, 2010
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22,843
That makes sense, tron.

the part about checking it every morning to see it go up/down a few hundred, marks me cringe.

I suppose I’m in the minority on that, since basically all stock people do it.
 

Boner_18

New Member
Since
Oct 5, 2010
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5,160
Tronner you miss the point. You missed a golden opportunity to add up to 9% to your position.

Sell the pops and buy the drops bro.