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Stake's Twitter with wrong bet tweet calculations on Profit


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I don't understand how hard it is to calculate such bet profits but this is just pure unprofessionalism since i have seen many already and it's time to make them properly:

0.005 x 350 = 1.75 Profit not 1.830

Same for other post:

(Just check the comments...)

 

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1 hour ago, Faris said:

Hello :) 
 

0.00524288*350= 1.835008 (500k+ sat house)

You should have checked this bet on site. :) 



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There is only an editing problem. The base bet was supposed to be
0.00160000 btc, not 0.0020000 btc

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I know how much it would have to be, but you are basically saying from the first Image that each Twitter follower should had checked the bet on the Casino site....

That's not how it should be else why would there be a tweet with an image of the bet itself...

I was hoping for an additional answer such as:
 "And for the next time we will make sure everything will not happen again"

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7 minutes ago, DreamStage said:

I know how much it would have to be, but you are basically saying from the first Image that each Twitter follower should had checked the bet on the Casino site....

That's not how it should be else why would there be a tweet with an image of the bet itself...

I was hoping for an additional answer such as:
 "And for the next time we will make sure everything will not happen again"

They simply rounded it to the first 3 decimals. There's no problem in that :/ I don't see your actual point here

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5 minutes ago, skywallkee said:

They simply rounded it to the first 3 decimals. There's no problem in that :/ I don't see your actual point here

In terms of an advertisement or show interest to new people, trying to make them join the site, information should be precise, that's the all point for Stake's Twitter.

If you don't see the actual point here than you shouldn't even answer.

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6 hours ago, DreamStage said:

In terms of an advertisement or show interest to new people, trying to make them join the site, information should be precise, that's the all point for Stake's Twitter.

If you don't see the actual point here than you shouldn't even answer.

You're not bringing any valid argument to sustain your affirmation. Why should it be precise to the last digit? I'm more than sure that most people that actually look at those ads aren't even looking at the decimals lower than 10k satoshis, including all the 8 decimals would simply be with no real purpose, their value being too small to consider.

I'd say that the actual point of Stake's Twitter is to advertise their promotions, some information about the site and how others joined Stake and did well, but giving 1:1 precise data definitely isn't among the reasons of Twitter.

Please consider rethinking what you're bringing on the table and try coming up with valid arguments to sustain your sayings, as your point is definitely not being shown.

If you're using your own perception of how things should be as an oracle to your arguments, then they won't ever be persuasive enough to win any kind of debate.

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You should've viewed the bet. And I think what really matters is the multiplier and the total profit, which is spot on. The staked amount is really not something that will attract people. However, I've seen one problem on Stake's one particular type of post: the mega race post. It always says 0.58 BTC = $5000, which is, most of the times, not true. They should calculate the real time price before posting.

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1 hour ago, skywallkee said:

You're not bringing any valid argument to sustain your affirmation. Why should it be precise to the last digit? I'm more than sure that most people that actually look at those ads aren't even looking at the decimals lower than 10k satoshis, including all the 8 decimals would simply be with no real purpose, their value being too small to consider.

I'd say that the actual point of Stake's Twitter is to advertise their promotions, some information about the site and how others joined Stake and did well, but giving 1:1 precise data definitely isn't among the reasons of Twitter.

Please consider rethinking what you're bringing on the table and try coming up with valid arguments to sustain your sayings, as your point is definitely not being shown.

If you're using your own perception of how things should be as an oracle to your arguments, then they won't ever be persuasive enough to win any kind of debate.

I see what u r saying but this is false advertising. I understand it is only a little off but when you can get taken to court and used to if you a promoting something that isnt accurate then it is against the t.o.s. of twitter, Facebook,  discord and telegram.  You can't false advertise because it makes the company a. Chating/lying b. Dumb and can't use calculator c. Dint care/unprofessional.  Just my 2 cents

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