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  1. Well if changing the seeds give you another set of rolls I can't see anyone arguing against it not effecting your rolls. Nothing on computers is random. It's all coded. Remember that. I personally, and already know/assume most of what i'm doing is superstition, change seed->log out->change IP address->log back in->change seed again and roll my strat low until i get a feel for the side. All that of course is prob just me tricking myself into finding patterns as that is what humans do. Still "works" for me more than i feel it doesn't work.
  2. USER ID CHANGE Game

    oh I didn't realize you asked us to actually put our new wanted names lol Cryptodadlol=SatDaddy or Wittynamehere
  3. "Anyone in the crowd that does not think the BitLicense needs to be reformed?" Not a word from the audience. Then, a few seconds later, laughter at the awkward silence. But the question itself, posed by New York state senator Jesse Hamilton at a roundtable Friday, hinted that the controversial 2015 regulation may soon be revisited. A bill to reform the regulation could be introduced "very soon," State Senator David Carlucci told CoinDesk. "That's why we wanted to do this hearing, to get some views before we propose legislation." Speaking after the two-hour event, Carlucci said that a report will be prepared cataloguing the problems identified during the roundtable he hosted with Hamilton, as well as some of the solutions that were proposed. Carlucci added: "We want to put that out there, circulate it and really figure out how we can make this license in New York state something that works for the residents of New York state and the state economy." And while the hearing didn't produce any guarantees of reform, both senators expressed an openness to continue the dialogue, with more events of this kind planned for the coming weeks. "We're going to do this again in a month, month and a half from now," Hamilton said. But what is likely to remain is the animosity toward the BitLicense, as evidenced by the small but dedicated protest gathering outside just before the roundtable began, not to mention the grievances aired by the two dozen or so attendees. Threatening to leave "Abolish the BitLicense!" That was Theo Chino, who has waged a years-long campaign against the regulatory framework, at the outset of Friday's roundtable. His sentiment - while perhaps not stated in the same terms - was nonetheless shared by the group of witnesses brought together to discuss the BitLicense, which was crafted by the Department of Financial Services under former superintendent Benjamin Lawsky, and the subject of regulation of cryptocurrencies in the Empire State more broadly. Among those taking a negative tack toward the BitLicense during his testimony was Will Martino, one of the co-founders of distributed ledger startup Kadena. He suggested that because of the particulars of the BitLicense, his company faces challenges that might eventually drive it out of the state altogether. "We don't transmit or exchange real digital currencies for our customers," he remarked. "Kadena is a tech startup company. We're not a financial institution. We don't do [anything with money]. Because of the BitLicense, we might leave New York." Indeed, the argument that the BitLicense is overly burdensome for small companies including those with limited access to capital and legal resources - that want to work with the tech. "For large [firms], the costs are coffee money, for a small business the costs are crazy," said software developer Steve B. "The requirements are not practical." Lower the burdens, attendees say Gilles Gade, chief executive of the New Jersey-based Cross River Bank, called for a kind of split between those working in the realm of cryptocurrencies and initial coin offerings and those working on broader applications. "We need to divide bitcoin and crypto, the ICOs, the tokens, from blockchain," he remarked. "There's no reason the technologists need to be subject to overbearing licenses and that's what's hindering innovation." That said, Gade conceded that "eliminating the BitLicense is not an option." Kevin Batteh, chief policy advisor for the Chamber of Digital Commerce, commented that it makes sense for some types of businesses - namely exchanges - to fall under a framework like the BitLicense. But he echoed that a one-size-fits-all approach is hampering the work of other companies that, in his view, are being overburdened. "When you blanket it across the entire industry, that's where you have a problem," he said. "It's too early" to write new rules for the space, Llew Claasen, executive director of the Bitcoin Foundation, argued at one point, later stating: "The point is that current regulatory frameworks are sufficient to cover in specific use cases, rather than [the technology] having its own regulation." Next steps That said, Friday's event highlighted the potential for some kind of common ground to be found - especially if such conversations continue between lawmakers and stakeholders working in the state. Chino, commenting after the event, pointed to the need to "define the terms before [states] regulate" and called for community members to play a more active role in this process." "It's happening at a state level in Tennessee and Nebraska and New York," he told CoinDesk, concluding: "Bitcoiners need to show up." Nikhilesh De contributed reporting. Full Source: https://www.coindesk.com/bitcoin-crypto-ny-lawmaker-pledges-make-bitlicense-something-works/
  4. USER ID CHANGE Game

    Yeah i would change mine for sure. It would be nice to be able to combine profiles. Like if I made a new one and didnt want to lose my stats. I understand why they dont allow this though.
  5. BTC Crypto-Mining

    It's easy to google https://whois.icann.org/en or other similar sites and do background checks on links. I am looking forward to checking it out once the link it unblocked. I can't post yet but this is what i found. https://www.endurance.com/our-company/locations/ has the same address this website claims to be located. Browser addons or web based mining is THE most dangerous and risky think you can do in crypto right now. I'm not saying this company is shady even though it doesn't look good they are using a fake address... but I would NEVER let a company, especially a new company, to install ANYTHING on my computer. With all the BTC hackers out there.. no thanks. Good luck though just be careful! Also, they have a "MLM Matrix" comp plan.. that's scary considering this is not MLM this is crypto... normally when you are making more from affiliates than the actual product or service it's set up as a pyramid scheme. Don't give them money!!! If you get a withdraw please update it here and im curious... Who is:https://whois.icann.org/en/lookup?name=getcryptotab.com
  6. BTC Crypto-Mining

    can you link the site without the link being hidden? Want to look up the website before clicking the link. Dont worry, no one here will ignore your affiliate link.
  7. @Irena @Bojana thoughts? Seems 1 profile was made then a week later the other profiles were made?
  8. BTC Price has rised like hell

    BTC @ 9k lol
  9. [0.08 BTC] Break the Bank Giveaway!

    You are a god among children.
  10. wtf is happening here? Is this kid really acting like he is all these people just to get forum sats to build up and transfer to PD or cash out? Da fuq? Anyone else see this or am I just looking way too deep here??? @dmbadillo10 @CaptainLorca
  11. [0.08 BTC] Break the Bank Giveaway!

    Why are people posting more than one win? You dont get anything for it and it will just make Dans job harder. Unless I missed something and I should also be posting more than one?
  12. Nice statistics and wide range of coins there! @HattieBaker what about you? I just got started in Crypto in the last few months. I have been playing with a few things. Day traded for a bit. I own some POTcoin, Dash, Ripple, Tron and BTC. maybe a few others I forgot about lol my big thing is ICO's right now. I feel crypto is the future and even though there are millions to be made hodling coin or trading i think the real money is in the industry side of things. Investing early into companies like hashflare, genesis etc. Think what your profits would be had you been able to own profit share in those companies. I feel that's the next thing to generate some millionaires in this industry. That's what I'm dropping thousands into (The ICO in my sig ) Thing to remember is almost everything goes up and down based on how BTC is doing so even though alt coins are a big lottery i think btc is the longer lasting investment.
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