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  1. In your experience or opinion, what does the Stake newcomer (refer or not) go through ala “their customer journey” ? Specifically, what connections or opinions do you think are formed as they begin to familiarize with the 100% proprietary interface and games - that have been well executed to make this place “Different” onto the community, the no bs game results with high hourly rates, the variety of games.... Of course, what do you think has been done well and what has room for improvement during this journey’s path...?
  2. What bonuses. You mean the hyper competitive “giveaways” which require you to sack a reasonable deposit in order to have a fighting chance? Or is it the random trivia and random twitch feed “ohh oooh pick me!” feeling? Can’t wait to see how being “VIP” status is. Before we were all just VIPs now its different... What happened to good old deposit bonuses and second-chance busted deposits? ....
  3. Thank you for the update! It is much appreciated...
  4. A wiser gambler than me once said to me, “if you believe in rushes... you will only win by quitting in the middle of one” which is quite contrary to the “play your rush” mentality - and also quite true. once it starts heading back down, its hard to give up what was just in your hands. especially, really especially, when you’ve just experienced the power of a gambling rush! Don’t wait till the end of your rush. Cut it short and you’ll book better results - program this behavior into your greed, rather than the behaviors that best all of us. Never forget: gambling is all about defeating yourself, NOT the game (because that’s impossible by definition, right?) But rage betting is to die for... rage hitting feels better than some of the most hardcore drugs in the world cmon
  5. Plenty of marketing outreach tactics out there, typically I’d advise conducting a focus group for some serious results... That being said, I think nothing really beats a wet white t-shirt picture submission contest - seen it work wonders, you could prolly offer a whole bitcoin to the best photo and still retain strong CAC / CLTV ratios for the board meeting. Of course, you’ll need to reschedule another meeting to make up for the boob rampage’s total annihilation of all board members’ gameface stamina. Our guys ended up doing Zoolander monkey impressions on the polished oak table lol
  6. Just invest in a Ledger Nano hardware wallet and you’ll soon understand why its so highly recommended! Abt $140
  7. If you’re serious about crypto, get a Ledger - plain and simple. It will answer all your digital asset dreams; I wore one around my neck for nearly two years with my private office key fob. Because I don’t f around when it comes to money. That being said, I’ve often forced myself over the last five years to walk the path of the cashless warrior; just to walk the talk I believe in and experience firsthand where its friction points, pains and potential are - sometimes finding myself market-selling BTC on fire while being held hostage at bill-point for hours.... or having only the Ledger without a computer terminal... when my mobile phone and power bank are depleted.... and I look like cryptoshit. Ohh it still burns So it is always necessary to have a secure yet flexible hot or mobile wallet and perhaps a friend in the industry you can reach 24/7 lol. IMHO, here are some of the best of the best from a hardened insider: MOBILE Trust Wallet. Trust Me. It’s always been that good. (ETH, ERC-Tokens & Web3) Blockchain Wallet, Blue Wallet (BTC + Top5 Chains) & Bread (BRD) Wallet Guarda (Multi). Coinomi (Multi). Cobo Wallet (onboard-Staking). Ethos (Multi). Enjin (Multi). ImToken (ETH, Web3, Multi). Eidoo (ICO). Knox (Cold Mobile) Dash (Dash). O3 (NEP5). Magnum (BEP2). Edge (Slow). Cipher (ETH+Web3). Lynx (EOS). Nova (EOS) DESKTOP/BROWSER Metamask (Must). MEW. MyCrypto. Saturn Wallet (ETH+ETC). Exodus (Multi). Scatter (EOS). Grey Matter (EOS). Electrum. Bancor. FIAT RAMPS Wirex. Luno. Ternio. Trastra. Spend. Uphold. Crypto.com (MCO). TenX. Nexo (Finance). Celcius (Finance). ASSET/FOLIO TRACKER Delta. Blox. Blockfolio. CoinsLive. Coincap. If I missed you... either your UI/UX sucks or you haven’t positioned your strategic core well enough to be considered a best of breed. That’s back to the drawing board, boys. Strive better, for the sake of adoption. Annd I just realized I’ve posted twice on this topic. Actually I knew all along but chose to forget. For me, the passion is strong and the commitment true 😉
  8. If I were managing the rain, I would probably make use of certain stats in order to simply maximize the overall ROI of the total amount dished out. Thinking about it a little deeper, what metrics would you be able to directly quantify as a result of a rain disbursement?? Same-session deposits after receiving rain? % likelihood of a post-rain deposit? Ratio of avg. post-rain session wager amount to avg. non-rain session wager? Does having coefficient values to specific player actions on the broad scale make sense to quantify (ANS: only if there is a strong correlation between higher-rated player actions to an targeted income metric; ie. rewarding talkative chat activity is only as valuable if determined to be a target driver of playing activity - why have lots of chatterboxes if none of them are betting, this is a casino not a non-profit for community action). So think about it from a business perspective, and you’ll find that some really emotional arguments have been asserted in this thread. It’s a numbers game, plain and simple. And its only as important as the total expenditure amount spent on giving rain - I think that much more is spent on Races, Community-generated promos, and building touch-point Channels such as Twitch, Discord perhaps. And the performance of each expense must be continually reviewed against each other periodically - isn’t this obvious? C’mon guys. It is suffice to say that whatever algorithm or weighting preference given is some proprietary process that has been invested heavily upon, is confidential, and are real sources of competitive advantage - the sustainable kind. Does it make sense to “blacklist” I don’t think so: is it likely that your calculated profiling doesn’t score high enough to warrant throwing free money at because you’re that far down the list? Absolutely. Does posting about it affect determination in any way? Probably not. Heck, I’m here for the forum reward incentive however tiny that is... and I enjoy practicing my writing because it’s a professional pursuit of mine. But if you’re aim is to get hit with some more drizzle... I’d start with analyzing the profile statistics that are displayed to you because they likely have more value than simply informing you for information’s sake. From there, you can already infer a host of undisplayed stats that can be crunched from the displayed metrics that would yield better customer profiling, reward incentives, and effective data utilization. Of course, this is without getting into machine learning abilities, neural networks and other advanced deep tech methods that we’re now capable of via AI and Data Science of this day............ Oh and just for good measure, the Dash community hosts 5-20min “storms” where an interesting discussion topic is hosted, and pretty much anyone contributing or responding to the convo is likely to get completely soaked from the 500x-2000x increase of rain both in amount and frequency - to the loyal delight and mass rejoice of all who are involved; to rave reviews and community feedback. I strongly encourage anyone to further this suggestion by any means do or die. Stake Storms would be super sweet to enjoy - especially during a Race!!! TL;DR: Forget about Rain, let’s start up some Storms! If Rain is to Snow then a Storm is to Flash Blizzard of Sleet & Hail. Fresh Pow anyone?
  9. There are many forms or variants of poker, each with their own subtleties and theoretical doctrines of play. If you would like to explore the classic and wonderful game, I suggest reading about it first - again, having a good reference point for what to read also matters. I’ll suggest a few must-reads for your learning pleasure here: Doyle Brunson’s Super System David Skalansky’s Theory of Poker Gus Hansen’s Every Hand Revealed
  10. The Dash community runs “Storms” which are essentially 15-min periods with pre-announced discussion topics where Rain is about 10x more abundantly distributed by the moderating hosts. It’s pretty simple really, designed to stimulate engagement in the Discord room and gets increased activity and traffic results. If in a typical chat setting a user has little chance or is used to rarely receiving Rain... pretty much everyone is guaranteed to receive something during a Storm. That’s how frequent it Rains - every few seconds to max. 20 seconds and at least 20 recipients at a time. Why not? Have fun!
  11. I really appreciate your question, because at the end of the day - this answer is what matters, especially if you are (self-admitted or not) a professional gambler. For general purposes, I define a professional gambler by the following assessment: 1. If you are not full-time employed with three months or more duration that can be demonstrated to a bank with a consistent pay stub... which qualifies most independents, part-time, contract, or freelancers who enjoy gambling for the question #2 2. You derive more than a third of your income or spend the equivalent amount of time with gambling activity. In such an environment, serious gamblers know that they need every edge they can get. Most of the time, the player is at a decisive disadvantage - by default, and from many factors such as psychological, emotional, or situational interferences. The point being, that if you are going to embrace being a professional at something then it follows that you should do everything you can to tip the scales in your favor. One of the biggest and most important things you can do for this is to KEEP A LOG OF YOUR SESSIONS. Cannot stress how important this is, as it will give you the information and insight to become a better, and hopefully, winning player. GLHF! To the original post, I do like one thing you mentioned that is an insight to why you are a winning player - and that is, how you deposit LESS as you lose. Quite often, this is the opposite case and “chasing losses” is one of the all-time biggest losing scenarios for most people. Guilty. To answer your question, I honestly lost track once a stopped playing professionally. But that’s when most of my losses came, and despite knowing where I am still overall profitable - it is hard to weigh up after I stopped logging my sessions. At Stake, I am about 2/3 BTC in profit. Overall, I would say I am now sufficiently in the red so much that I can no longer afford to do this casually - its time to either get serious again or stop for the time being.
  12. 1n0n7y

    busted deposit

    Gambling is all about bankroll management. You should have a recommended 300x your bet. and the more information you collect about your play,
  13. Craig Faketoshi Wright? You gotta ask what his motives are, in making his claim. Publicity stunt? Doubtful. Any insight is greatly jeered upon... For a limited time, Loser.com redirected to Faketoshi’s Wiki lol. One day, I read something this man had said on his twitter that you know, I HAD to respond to.... it was so egregious that something needed to be said in retort immediately - so I tweeted a reply. To my surprise, I found out that he had already blocked me from attempts to communicate to him via Twitter LOL... Then I remembered debating an issue with him over a year ago and consequently trying to pick a fight with the guy *oh yeah* ...chikin shit
  14. I am a long bystander of Trust Wallet for Ethereum & ERC20s, try importing your Eth Address into it and see for yourself why... Trust Wallet is arguably far ahead of the competition for its niche. For Bitcoin, a new entry has my vote in BlueWallet; its ability to import your private keys or mnemonic using whatever you’re able to give it is impressive. No need to know your derivation path. Also, it supports Lightning Network for those of you eager to try that out for size. For staking, check out Cobo Wallet. Pioneering the custodial staking solutions across many blockchains. Lastly, I’ve recently become aware of Magnum Wallet - it definitely is a promising contender given its fresh approach and multi-purpose utility. For BNB-BEP2 Tokens, this is the defacto. Check it out!
  15. If Stake adds support for Dash, I can promote it directly to the entire Dash community - likely to pickup a solid return as far as new membership base goes! I am open to be contacted about all things concerning this avenue, and as a former Dash Ambassador would be happy to assist in any way I can.