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  • AD wrote a new post 3 months, 1 week ago

    Cryptocurrencies and Sports: a timeline of events and partnerships

    Celebrity endorsement has been used as a successful marketing strategy for the past 259 years.  Having your brand endorsed by a famous athlete or by a team is usually extremely lucrative, even though it could sometimes be a double-edged…

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  • AD wrote a new post 3 months, 2 weeks ago

    CoinPoker: The Future of Online Gambling?

    Do you enjoy playing poker? The poker (gambling) industry is one the most lucrative industries in the world. However, many players question the fairness of the RNG( random number generator) system due to its lack of transparency. Pocket AA…

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    • Certainly an interesting project. Thanks for the info @niramiai

    • “The new RNG system provides transparency, so players can go back to the previous hand and analyze it. They’re also offering a 1 million CHP bug bounty to the person who can prove that their RNG system is wrong.”
      Sounds nice!

      • Luke, that’s right, mate. Still a lot of things that need to be worked on, but getting there. Transparency= blockchain. Thank you very much for stopping by.

    • I like poker… good article..

      • Thank you! Poker is fun if done within your bankroll. It becomes stressful if the stakes are too high.

    • Dear friend you beautifully mentioned everything in your post related to the subject matter and that’s awesome.
      Rated your post.
      Thank you dear friend again.

      With love and respect ✊

    • Very nice article!
      Have played a lot of online poker until I almost completely stopped a few years ago. Not because of this you mentioned … I’ll watch the video later, sounds interesting! I assume that most RNG’s are probably fine, due to the law. Most sites wouldn’t gamble on that I guess. However it’s a question HOW these RNG’s are operating excactly. Also I think there’s lots of differences when it comes to “random” and the right use with the genereated output concerning the “quality” of random …
      From my experience I can simply say that I percieved differences for example from PokerStars, FullTilt, PartyPoker or others. At least it seemed like it… I mean the setup hands on FullTilt were sometimes really amazing .. 🙂 But however I think this is mainly only human perception.
      Thanks reminding me about CHP! Wanted to give this also a deeper look. Just watched the price from time to time and it’s sad to see it going down and down … but think it’s great to have the first working solution for online poker with the blockchain ready there so far

      • A poker player! Nice! There’s a reason behind the price drop. ICO was very successful. Because of that, the team decided to give back to the community hundreds of thousand dollars worth of CHP. That combined with the bear market was a terrible strategy. Tournament winners dumped the free coins on the small exchanges CHP was listed on. The result was what you see now. The team has an ace up the sleeve though, so nobody is panicking. As an investor, it stings though. I myself started as an investor, so I know the feeling. Also, recently the team chose focusing on improving the product rather than market a flawed product. There’s a big partnership coming up too. I’ll talk about it when/if it becomes official.
        Thank you for stopping by and thank you for the feedback. If you want to give the new RNG a try you can play for free once every 60 minutes if I’m not mistaken.

        • Yeah, I still like poker very much 🙂 It’s just a nice game and especially in real live games with some friends it’s allways a lot of fun I think.
          Thanks for the nice summary. That makes sense! Unfortunate, especially if you’re an early investor. But sounds that it could be a good time to get in. From what you’re describing this sounds like the team has a good plan! You can’t change the past, but think this sounds all good for the future of it.
          Okay, happy to give it out a try!

          • The whole cryptoverse, mate. 2019/2020 will be the bridge to mainstream adoption, I expect. Almost any product that has a good team behind and a good product should be able to turn it into a success in the following 2 years. What are your favorite projects?

            • In general I favor EOS over the other “big ones”. Inside EOS I thought by the end of last year that it makes a lot of sense to get in early in the gambling DApps, because you could see the most changes happening there.
              Think the whole spectrum and therefore competition in the gambling DApp scene is very good. As it looks for now, these are my favorite ones to look for in the near future, when it comes to gambling DApps on EOS:
              – DEOS Games
              – DICE
              – some new one(s)
              (- ET)
              (- EOSRoyale)
              (- MEV)
              (- EOSMax)

              The last months also showed me that TRYBE is probably a much much more “safe” one to invest than any gambling token. The XMas 2:1 promo had really nice value, as each airdrop has and also in the end every article you publish.

              PARSL is also a versy exciting one, because of the airdrops. Price is dropping because of that, but the project is great and has the best potential for a cannabis use case on the blockchain.

              Think outside EOS, CHP might be very interesting right now.
              And I’m honest, about the rest I’m not really up to date on a lot of stuff. But in general I think BTC and ETH are still too important to ignore, but uncertain futures.

              I had more belives in the past into projects like IOTA for example but I changed my mind about them pretty much.

              I’m happy to give Lumen a more detailled look now, because of the TRYBE contest and I think it’s one of the projects that is currently worth watching more.

              Well yeah I think there’s allways some more, but think these are probably the most important ones 😉

              • I’ll be honest with you, if EOS had 1 gambling token, I’d be all over it. Literally. The fact that there are so many of them makes me more skeptical when it comes to their success.
                I’ve heard many people are bullish on Dice, including a good friend of mine.
                Trybe is a good investment because of the problems Steemit is facing+ Trybe can learn from those mistakes.
                I’ve never heard of PARSL, but I will check it out in a bit.
                I don’t think it’s too late for IOTA…. and yes, XLM and Lumen have a bright future, I reckon.

    • every gambling-based one Unfortunately it often makes us victims.

    • This is a step in the right direction. Thanks, AD.

    • Great post, thanks for sharing, i have posted this forward.
      Mark (Zeus69)

    • Thanks you for sharing information @AD

  • AD wrote a new post 3 months, 2 weeks ago

    My New Year’s Crypto Resolution

    14 months ago the crypto bubble brought with it a lot of people who were just trying to make a quick buck. I was one of them. Everyone was overexcited. We would have crypto meetings on a weekly basis…

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  • AD wrote a new post 3 months, 2 weeks ago

    I am Satoshi Nakamoto: a self introduction

    OK, I am not Satoshi Nakamoto. Please call me AD. I was born in the beautiful country of Romania. Communist Romania. To me, as a kid, communism meant that I could only buy ice-cream on Saturdays, watch cartoons in…

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  • AD wrote a new post 3 months, 2 weeks ago

    Lympo: decentralized health and fitness( An interview with the team)

    What is the story behind Lympo? How did it start? 
    The story began in Autumn 2016. Antanas Guoga, our advisor, was suffering from a herniated disk in his back. He got well again with the help of a great physiotherapist…

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