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Xylber

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    Xylber got a reaction from balancedplayer in Sports betting tips from my experience   
    I agree in multibet, pros never bet on them. The reason is simple, if you make 2 individual bets, there are four outcomes:
    A) win/win, B) win/loss, C) loss/win, D) loss/loss
    You win in A, coming even in B and C, lose on D

    But if you make a multibet, you are going to win the same amount in "A", but losing everything in B, C and D.
  2. Wow
    Xylber got a reaction from Karim in [0.0045 BTC] ReDeSigN | Discord Challenge   
    Not too much to say, just: add a Twitch window to see Edward or Shinjo (or any other Stake streamer) when they stream.

  3. Bitcoin
    Xylber got a reaction from Darko in ūüŹÜ [0.08 BTC] Gamers' Corner¬†ūüéģ   
    sport:1182743
     

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    Xylber reacted to Flan in ūüéüÔłŹ [0.0032 BTC] Raffle! Only today!   
    Heya Stakers
    You just need to put your username here, I will do the raffle from your post numbers.
    Rules : 
     If I rolled a guy with under 15 forum posts, I will reroll it again. People with double entry will be disqualified. Prize? It was 0.0032 split for 16 people.
    Prize details : 
    15 people will get 18k sats (first rolling batch) One guy from after first rolling batch will get 50k sats. Good luck!
    Giveaway ends in 8 hours.
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    Xylber reacted to Nenad in ūüéČ[1 BTC] 20 Billionth Bet Challenge|Minimum Reward Guaranteed!   
    Hello Staker!¬†ūüėĀ
    Wow, we are growing so fast. Congratulations¬†to the¬†ūüĒ•¬†20,000,000,000¬†ūüĒ•¬†bet winner and it will be paid via tip!

    First 100 posters rewardūü•á
    You can claim forum prizes on the link below:
    CLAIM HERE Make sure you are logged in into the proper account. 
    Congrats to the first 100 posters!
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    Xylber reacted to Mashfiqun2018 in Tutorial: Exchange currencies inside Stake   
    I've used this method before I discovered Dinabot. The problem here is the exchange amount and the fee associated. There is a minimum exchange amount which is not the case of Dinabot. So I think when exchanging small amounts Dinabot is a good choice. Other than that, Coinswitch or any other instant exchange work well.
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    Xylber reacted to j240 in Tutorial: Exchange currencies inside Stake   
    I really had doubts to use this before as i am confused how to use it , thank you for sharing this tutorial it looks more easy than i thought.
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    Xylber reacted to Ali saher in Tutorial: Exchange currencies inside Stake   
    I also use this exchange when I want change my coins but not every time just when I change big amount then I use this service because some time this take so much time to complete transaction.when I want fast change coin then I use dinabot.
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    Xylber reacted to evet in Tutorial: Exchange currencies inside Stake   
    Wow, never thought that thing works. As for me, I trust the third party exchange that uses Dinabot. And it works fine so I'll just stick with that. 
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    Xylber reacted to MaryJane420 in Tutorial: Exchange currencies inside Stake   
    THIS REALLY IS HELPFUL! THANKS A LOT!
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    Xylber reacted to Alyem in Tutorial: Exchange currencies inside Stake   
    How long does it actually took? Well in the steps above you show an eth transaction which confirmation only need sometimes. What about when we deposits BTC or BCH? Any idea how long does this actually take? Thanks for the guide anw !
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    Xylber got a reaction from Bimfo in Tutorial: Exchange currencies inside Stake   
    I just tried to do this and worked. I exchanged my ETH to BTC inside the Stake interface using the 3rd party coinswitch service tab, without leaving Stake.
     
    1st: Go to "Deposit", "Exchange", choose the coin you have and the coin you want. I have ETH and want BTC

     
    2nd: "View Exchange Rate", and confirm you agree with that (if you want to know if the exchange rate is fair, check: https://coinmarketcap.com/ )
    3rd: Once you accepted, you are presented with a deposit address. Copy this address.

     
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    4th:  Open a new tab, go to Deposit/Withdraw choose ETH (or the coin you want to convert) and in the "withdraw address" choose the address given in the Step 3.
    You will be sending directly from Stake to Coinswith, and coinswitch will send it back converted to Stake. All in 1 step.
     

     
    5th: Withdraw and wait. You can see the status of the exchange in the other tab (it takes 30 minutes).
     
     
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    Xylber reacted to Josenete in Nombre de juegos, ¬Ņingl√©s o espa√Īol?   
    ahi opine  
    me gusta como esta ahora la verdad
  14. Haha
    Xylber reacted to Aponix in Nombre de juegos, ¬Ņingl√©s o espa√Īol?   
    buena encuesta bro, por supuesto ya di mi punto de vista, miraremos como queda y si tiene algun efecto
  15. Haha
    Xylber reacted to Pancho25 in Nombre de juegos, ¬Ņingl√©s o espa√Īol?   
    Voto completado xd
     
  16. Bitcoin
    Xylber got a reaction from Owly in Why Stake have not set fair standard for all players?   
    I agree about the reward system got too complex, with too many levels and sometimes it is not very clear about them all.
    But it is not unfair, all the opposite, the system rewards the players who invest more time and money on the website, with prizes that increase according to the betting power of the player.
     
    Well, that statement looks too innocent. Casinos exists because people wish to multiply their money... in exchange their risk their own money. Asking to the people to give up their wishes to "get more money" in the name of "fun" is as ridiculous as pretending that the casino itself "give up" they business, set up the house edge to 0% in the name of fun.

    Moreover, the reason Stake (or any casino or business) gives those "VIP only rewards" and "Races" and bonuses is to entice people to bet more, to get more prizes risking more money... it is not "a gift" given by the casino, it is not "generosity", it is a marketing strategy. 

    In simpler words: no greed, no casino. No rewards, less clients.
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    Xylber got a reaction from Ali saher in This month you want monthly coupon or again you want 5day reload   
    I prefer a coupon, faster and simpler. I have the reload in primedice and I'm not even claiming it, I don't want to cut out what I'm doing to claim a reload every X time.
     
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    Xylber got a reaction from tae40127 in Why Stake have not set fair standard for all players?   
    I agree about the reward system got too complex, with too many levels and sometimes it is not very clear about them all.
    But it is not unfair, all the opposite, the system rewards the players who invest more time and money on the website, with prizes that increase according to the betting power of the player.
     
    Well, that statement looks too innocent. Casinos exists because people wish to multiply their money... in exchange their risk their own money. Asking to the people to give up their wishes to "get more money" in the name of "fun" is as ridiculous as pretending that the casino itself "give up" they business, set up the house edge to 0% in the name of fun.

    Moreover, the reason Stake (or any casino or business) gives those "VIP only rewards" and "Races" and bonuses is to entice people to bet more, to get more prizes risking more money... it is not "a gift" given by the casino, it is not "generosity", it is a marketing strategy. 

    In simpler words: no greed, no casino. No rewards, less clients.
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    Xylber reacted to Thepug in Why Stake have not set fair standard for all players?   
    You couldn’t have said it better. What I have seen a lot before are poorer people (no offence trying to be put out here), that think that they deserve high rewards from a site.
    People need to remember that a casino is a BUSINESS and not a CHARITY. There is no point in giving out a tonne of money to the players that haven’t put in a lot, because the return on investment will simply be minuscule for them.
    At the end of the day, just appreciate any rewards that we get, and don’t question or present dissatisfaction from them.
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    Xylber got a reaction from Faris in Why Stake have not set fair standard for all players?   
    I agree about the reward system got too complex, with too many levels and sometimes it is not very clear about them all.
    But it is not unfair, all the opposite, the system rewards the players who invest more time and money on the website, with prizes that increase according to the betting power of the player.
     
    Well, that statement looks too innocent. Casinos exists because people wish to multiply their money... in exchange their risk their own money. Asking to the people to give up their wishes to "get more money" in the name of "fun" is as ridiculous as pretending that the casino itself "give up" they business, set up the house edge to 0% in the name of fun.

    Moreover, the reason Stake (or any casino or business) gives those "VIP only rewards" and "Races" and bonuses is to entice people to bet more, to get more prizes risking more money... it is not "a gift" given by the casino, it is not "generosity", it is a marketing strategy. 

    In simpler words: no greed, no casino. No rewards, less clients.
  21. Bitcoin
    Xylber reacted to Rigster in Why Stake have not set fair standard for all players?   
    It's known information that you recieve approximately 50% of the house edge (normally 1%) back in benefits. Wager more, more bonus. What's so complicated about that?
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    Xylber reacted to tae40127 in Why Stake have not set fair standard for all players?   
    First of all i need to know the standard of treatment all member that we doubt?
    - the vip class why stake not set the target of wage and reward that all people can do the same and get the same it will fair for all right not use the words depend on bla bla bla .......
    - weekly  reload using the word depend again and if set should set the standard for make all player know what they can get and how much they can 
    -Mega boost too how people get different each people how it count it counts from wage ? or lose bet? if lose stake can notice that it cash back or smts that include with .......
    - the sentence that use in term of the player benefit is very not clear that no one know what how when why the benefit that we can get and what we need to do  
    So i think if stake is fair casino it should fair for all people treatment that have the standard that all player can know the minimum that what they can earn if what they do
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    Xylber got a reaction from jamesbond in Show me your affiliate earnings   
    "First Time Deposit", the people who succesfully deposited for the first time. All the other people was playing with the free balance from giveaways, rain drops, etc.
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    Xylber got a reaction from Mahdirakib87 in What's the benefit of stake by giving away so much money to it's user?   
    Yesterday raffle requires 1000US dollars equivalent for each ticket. there were like 65000 tickets, so people played with 65.000.000 US dollars, and at 1% of house edge, it is an average of 650.000US of profit.
    So Stake has enough cryptos to make such promos, but also it is willing too, and Edward has demostrated countless times he is eager to share the profit of the website with everybody. And as you can see, he also invests hard on hiring the best people to keep the website fresh, with the best features and design.
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    Xylber reacted to Seoulmate in Why do majority gamblers dislike kyc?   
    OMG where to start with this one.
    KYC* is part of an initative to carry out total monitoring and surveillance of international finances, so that gorvernments (in particular the US) can control your level of participation in the global economy. As usual it is those in poverty, those who are in greatest need that suffer most.
    1: KYC gives a power of VETO,  It prevents access to participation, born in the wrong country? not rich enough? sorry you cant join in our global or crypto economy.
    2: ID Theft Risk: These kind of centralised databases of information get hacked.  Eventually your Data will be stolen by criminals. It will be used for KYC and money laundering purposes. Its not a matter of if, its just a matter of when.  
    3: There is a presumption of guilt with KYC, you are a criminal until proven otherwise. The biggest money launderers in the past have been the organisations who implement the  KYC process. You are being asked to trust them with your data. Good luck proving your innocence when your data has been used by criminals.
    4: KYC doesnt prevent money laundering or crime, it never has, it simply inconveniences the innocent. Criminals always find ways around these things.
    5: The cost of implementing KYC/AML runs into Billions, and its ineffective. Who do you think carry's the the cost of KYC/AML? We are forced to submit our data to proven money launderers who, store it on centralised systems where it will be eventually stolen and then we have to foot the bill for that service. 
    Fuck KYC!
    *not to be confused with KFC which is very tasty.
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