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I was almost a half a millionaire.

Discussion in 'The Attic' started by lockinlove, Jan 25, 2018.

    Jan 25, 2018
  1. lockinlove

    lockinlove Staring into the sun PABaccred

    Occupation:
    I work :D
    Location:
    Canada
    Just over 1 year ago I won approx 30 bitcoin on rtg.

    If I was knocked into a coma and woke up today, that bitcoin would have been worth half a million dollars.

    Never lucky
     
  2. Jan 25, 2018
  3. lnspin

    lnspin Senior Member webmeister

    Occupation:
    Webmaster - Mygamblinglife.com
    Location:
    WorldWide
    I had a few thousand of them at one point... Wish i could have gotten arrested for a few years and cam out 2 weeks ago when they were at 19k
     
  4. Jan 25, 2018
  5. dunover

    dunover Unofficial T&C's Editor Staff Member CAG PABnononaccred PABnonaccred PABinit mm3 webmeister

    Occupation:
    International Money Launderer
    Location:
    the bus shelter, opposite GCHQ Benhall

    Crikey! That'd even got you 3 or 4 gold D's on Bonanza!
     
  6. Jan 25, 2018
  7. slotmaster

    slotmaster Ueber Meister

    Occupation:
    Being great and stressed
    Location:
    stressville
    Same here, I would have had 50 4-5 years ago and at the high price I would be a millionaire, But I would not have kept them that long mind you. sigh :(
     
  8. Jan 25, 2018
  9. KasinoKing

    KasinoKing WebMeister & Slotaholic.. CAG MM PABnonaccred webmeister

    Occupation:
    House-Husband and Casino Advisor
    Location:
    Bexhill on sea, England
    You're not alone...
    I sold 22 in December 2016 for $776 each
    ... and 16 in April 2017 for $1,205 each.
    If (MASSIVE IF) I had kept them until the 20K peak last month, they would have been worth $760,000... :mad:

    But no use crying over ifs, buts and maybes...

    KK
     
  10. Jan 28, 2018
  11. GC_Konstantin

    GC_Konstantin Full Member webmeister

    Occupation:
    Administrator at Gambling City Network
    Location:
    Gambling Ctiy
    Either in a long coma or arrested, most of us who have dabbled with crypto would have now awaken a millionaire (or almost) if only now (not necessarily when it was at its peak) we could touch the coins we once had !
     
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  12. Jan 28, 2018
  13. NeverLucky

    NeverLucky is actually lucky sometimes

    Location:
    Germany
    You called? :D

    Gotta look on the bright side, at least you are not that guy: You must register/login in order to see the link.
     
    Mouche12, Supababe and GC_Konstantin like this.
  14. Feb 2, 2018
  15. Cyclops

    Cyclops Owner of Americasino.co

    Location:
    Bexhill-On-Sea
    It's still not to late there are other coins out there with huge potential
     
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  16. Feb 2, 2018
  17. Supababe

    Supababe Opinions Meister! MM

    Occupation:
    Mum, wife, daughter, pet owner and Primary Teacher
    Location:
    Lancashire, UK
    ooooo share the knowledge and power Cyclops....I could do with a change of fortune lol ;)
     
  18. Feb 2, 2018
  19. illu88

    illu88 Experienced Member webby MM webmeister

    Location:
    Aachen / Germany
    Bitcoin is harder to handly then SlotGambling and the Speculation at the Wallstreet togehter because u never know what happened the next day with the Bitcoin Index

    @lockinlove

    Im sry feels bad but only shortly ;)

    Just try to write to "Who wants to be a Millionaire on TV" if you have it in CAN too ;)
     
  20. Feb 2, 2018
  21. Cyclops

    Cyclops Owner of Americasino.co

    Location:
    Bexhill-On-Sea
    There's a massive dip happening at
    funfair (FUN) could be a good coin at the start of December it was 0.04c buy Jan 04th it was 0.24c
    Now the market is correcting its back down to 0.05c I don't see why it won't run again and it could even go higher than before. Also it is a coin for gambling so it has huge potential.
    I must point out I am not a financial advisor so invest at your own risk and only what you can afford to lose stay cool And enjoy the crypto ride
     
    KasinoKing, Supababe and illu88 like this.
  22. Feb 2, 2018
  23. amourgirl

    amourgirl Not so Senior Senior Member! mm2

    Occupation:
    Virtual PA
    Location:
    London UK
    ok I have to ask...


    WTF is bitcoin?

    Please someone explain it me as if I were a 6 year old

    (actually I bet 6 year olds know what it is) :(
     
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  24. Feb 2, 2018
  25. Cyclops

    Cyclops Owner of Americasino.co

    Location:
    Bexhill-On-Sea
    Follow me on twitter there is always crypto news
    @Americasino_
     
  26. Feb 2, 2018
  27. gilliebean

    gilliebean Full Member

    Occupation:
    Psychology
    Location:
    Southampton, UK

    I was wondering exactly the same...
     
  28. Feb 2, 2018
  29. Cyclops

    Cyclops Owner of Americasino.co

    Location:
    Bexhill-On-Sea
    Hope this answers your question
    Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency and worldwide payment system. It is the first decentralized digital currency, as the system works without a central bank or single administrator.
    Users can buy things from plain tickets to cars or even houses
    Also the users of crypto can pay each other if needed
    There's are many other crypto currencies as well
    In my opinion the best for paying for items is Bitcoin cash it has lower fees and is a lot faster when paying with. :)
     
  30. Feb 2, 2018
  31. gilliebean

    gilliebean Full Member

    Occupation:
    Psychology
    Location:
    Southampton, UK
    Thanks! I'd heard of it - just assumed it was some sort of e-wallet? :laugh: I'll google to find out more - not sure of the purpose of a cryptocurrency etc... :confused:
     
  32. Feb 2, 2018
  33. Supababe

    Supababe Opinions Meister! MM

    Occupation:
    Mum, wife, daughter, pet owner and Primary Teacher
    Location:
    Lancashire, UK
    This is my 6 year old explaination for you and I’m sure it will be shot down as incorrect:

    It’s an imaginary currency created years ago....never really understood where it was funded from tbh.
    Originally:
    You have to use your computer to continually run data/ different algorithms through (this is called mining for coins). This takes weeks/months of computer power before you can even mine just 1 bitcoin. It was much quicker in the beginning.

    You can work in groups to mine too and split the coin but this is NOT the way to get rich from it these days at it costs more in electricity and pc power than its worth (unless of course you can deeply embed a mining machine inside your work’s server without getting caught which is illegal as technically it is theft).

    The fact that they are so hard to ‘mine’ makes them valuable. Not to mention the fact that more ppl are looking to purchase eg our Aussie players. So they increase due to high demand with not so many available.

    Is that about the basics covered cyclops?
     
  34. Feb 2, 2018
  35. KasinoKing

    KasinoKing WebMeister & Slotaholic.. CAG MM PABnonaccred webmeister

    Occupation:
    House-Husband and Casino Advisor
    Location:
    Bexhill on sea, England
    You only need to do all that if you want to get them for "free" - if you consider all that time and effort of zero value! ;)

    Much easier to just buy them with your own money :thumbsup:

    The huge advantage of Bitcoins (and other crypto's) is that sending & receiving money to/from casinos (and anywhere else) is extremely quick and hassle-free.
    Also the other party doesn't get to see ANY of your personal details - bank account numbers, card numbers, or anything - just your unique transaction reference number.

    The only down side at this particular moment, are the HUGE swings in the $/Btc exchange rates which could mean you lose $ doing nothing.
    Of course, you can also make $ doing nothing - which is why so many people started investing in cryptos recently!

    KK
     
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  36. Feb 2, 2018
  37. Supababe

    Supababe Opinions Meister! MM

    Occupation:
    Mum, wife, daughter, pet owner and Primary Teacher
    Location:
    Lancashire, UK

    I was just trying to explain the origins lol

    At 6K + a coin, imagine actually completing a dig! My friend got married in Vegas and an m3 bmw thanks to them x

    And of course the fact that it is a payment network that can be used by the biggest criminals on the world.... big and bad ppl
     
    Last edited: Feb 2, 2018
  38. Sep 22, 2018
  39. slotmaster

    slotmaster Ueber Meister

    Occupation:
    Being great and stressed
    Location:
    stressville
    After trying to find a way which looks like it worked What should I buy with a small deposit as looking into dabbling a bit? I think it will go down again but will get some ripple, obviously try and leave some in bitcoin and not sure after that.
     

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