Looking to get reviews about brand new slot without actually spamming

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CryptoPanda

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Me and my team have been developing new and original bitcoin based slot for the past year. It's build from scratch and naturally this community will have the most expert opinions about it. That kind of feedback is critical for us. So, how we should put it out there, without actually being spammy? :)
 

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Me and my team have been developing new and original bitcoin based slot for the past year. It's build from scratch and naturally this community will have the most expert opinions about it. That kind of feedback is critical for us. So, how we should put it out there, without actually being spammy? :)

Let us beta-test it for you in free play mode. We'd find something wrong with it, especially if you are not seasoned professional game algorithm/software designers.:)
 

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Thank you for the interest, just PMed you :)

As I said, PM CM or Max other mods and explain it to them - they are the ones who will say yea or nay to you having a link in your posts. We simply pull it to pieces for you mercilessly....:D
 

Jasminebed

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If you want to get maximum participation, you should offer some sort of incentive. It doesn't have to be large, and it could be a draw or a tournament with even a modest prize. I have no interest in receiving bitcoins however. By paypal, an amazon certificate for your country, or something electronic by mail would be suitable.

When you get a lot of beta testers, you get people using all kinds of operating systems and configurations, something you and your team won't get no matter how many times you play your own slot.

I'd be most likely to participate if it's browser based and not a download.
 

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Here's the thing: if there's a market for bitcoin slots (and that's a big ass "if") that market will be within those who already use bitcoins and NOT the casual slot players that you'll find here. I don't see anyone buying bitcoins just to play your slot(s).

While bitcoins could probably be used to evade online gambling laws, the currency is nowhere near stable enough to justify using it for gambling purpose. It's actually a bigger gambling to buy bitcoins and sit on them than to play them in a slot!
 

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Here's the thing: if there's a market for bitcoin slots (and that's a big ass "if") that market will be within those who already use bitcoins and NOT the casual slot players that you'll find here. I don't see anyone buying bitcoins just to play your slot(s).

While bitcoins could probably be used to evade online gambling laws, the currency is nowhere near stable enough to justify using it for gambling purpose. It's actually a bigger gambling to buy bitcoins and sit on them than to play them in a slot!

I agree with Balthazar, also, even if bitcoins were a stable currency it is akin to using your local currency to purchase a foreign currency... to put in a slot machine? Why would you? Surely if you wanted bitcoins so much you'd just purchase them (with your local currency slot machine winnings if needs be!)?
There may or may not be a case for casino's to offer bitcoin deposits, but to put directly to a slot machine? I think not.. Congratulations you have won... 0.002 BitCoins
 

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I would not say you make a good start here by posting your spammy link in BEST Casinos under your profile IMHO :rolleyes: Also seems you are trying to break the record of most new subject threads? :eek2:

By the way now that we know its called BitBandit. I got bored after couple of seconds........
 

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I agree with Balthazar, also, even if bitcoins were a stable currency it is akin to using your local currency to purchase a foreign currency... to put in a slot machine? Why would you? Surely if you wanted bitcoins so much you'd just purchase them (with your local currency slot machine winnings if needs be!)?
There may or may not be a case for casino's to offer bitcoin deposits, but to put directly to a slot machine? I think not.. Congratulations you have won... 0.002 BitCoins

Yup.

It's taking a risk with something you're taking a risk with.

Unless you're a full-time financial trader with considerable experience, doing ANYTHING that involves "investing" bitcoins is madness IMO.

"You have won....0.002 Bitcoins!!" LOL too funny. Would it be followed by "Would you like to gamble?" with two buttons saying "Yes" and "Aren't I already?"
 

CryptoPanda

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the currency is nowhere near stable enough to justify using it for gambling purpose. It's actually a bigger gambling to buy bitcoins and sit on them than to play them in a slot!

So, it's double the fun? :)

I mean we are gamblers, right?
 

CryptoPanda

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I agree with Balthazar, also, even if bitcoins were a stable currency it is akin to using your local currency to purchase a foreign currency... to put in a slot machine? Why would you? Surely if you wanted bitcoins so much you'd just purchase them (with your local currency slot machine winnings if needs be!)?
There may or may not be a case for casino's to offer bitcoin deposits, but to put directly to a slot machine? I think not.. Congratulations you have won... 0.002 BitCoins

I really don't see why not. I guess people need time to accept new stuff.
Here, have fun reading that:
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I really don't see why not. I guess people need time to accept new stuff.
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Sure it's my opinion, but when you're conducting research for a business plan.. isn't it the point to take those opinions? Granted -it's a small sample of opinions here, but I don't see any in favour of your idea.
Sometimes when you've convinced yourself, it's difficult to take opposing opinions... I'm not suggesting who's right or wrong - just be sure you have an unbiased appraisal when appraising research.
 

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lost me as soon as went on to bitbandit, I seriously do not no what I am doing, Think I have not had enough sleep, Either way Im stupid or just lost the way after Google search,
 

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It's like a casino but without the fun factor. Your idea would be dead in the water once a big-name casino which had the good software and games like an MG one, decided to accept this pseudo-cash. In the meantime, you are asking people to spend convertible Bitcoins on a game which is basic to say the least and with no industry-recognized seal of fairness and RTP.
You need games my friend, and some recognized affirmation of fairness.
The game looks like it's sold in the Early Learning Centre. And what's with the onions? Lemons would be more appropriate. It seems like a basic effort to design a simple game and site and hope to watch the cash come rolling in.
 

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To be fair, I think the slot looks pretty nice for a 3-wheeler. If I had any bitcoins to spend i might have given it a go. But because of what I have mentioned earlier I personaly doubt I'll ever use bitcoins as a payment method for gambling.

I understand it might be a bit hard to do for you because of local laws etc, but registering as a company, or atleast providing some real info about the owners would make it much more trustworthy. Not only the randomness of the game, but to make sure you get the money if you hit the jackpot etc.
 

Deltani

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To be fair, I think the slot looks pretty nice for a 3-wheeler. If I had any bitcoins to spend i might have given it a go. But because of what I have mentioned earlier I personaly doubt I'll ever use bitcoins as a payment method for gambling.

I understand it might be a bit hard to do for you because of local laws etc, but registering as a company, or atleast providing some real info about the owners would make it much more trustworthy. Not only the randomness of the game, but to make sure you get the money if you hit the jackpot etc.

Isn't the whole point of bitcoins anonymity? So who would you raise a grievance with? and with what proof? Unless the casino is genuine.. and the players and games registered, just like um, all accredited casinos... so again.. why gamble with bitcoins?
 

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Hi I would never play with Bitcoins even if I could understand how it works. Took a look at this slot and I would never play this even if it was regular money. I was bored after 3 spins. The slot looks and feels very dated for me. Also you got a typo there cause I am not sure what you mean by "provably fair and transparent".

Best o luck to you though.:)
 

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