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  1. Nice to meet you @biggad. Lets have a good time here.
  2. Wow. I wish I can have that tip too. 500K Satoshi is okay so that I can experience withrawal. Never seen tips here for I'm just new here at Primedice maybe sooner.
  3. Hello Annie. Welcome to PDF. Good Luck to you. Hope you will have a good time here.
  4. I hope it will reach 3K
  5. If I where to decide $2500 is good enough. It will be huge amount for me.
  6. Nice @mmhaimhai your helping us. Thank you. I like you. Thanks again @mmhaimhai for sharing it to us.
  7. Actually it don't affect me much, for I don't have any idea about Poloniex. But I will check it later. For now I will give my time to PD.
  8. I would like to ask this question for I am just curious. "Who hits the Jackpot in Primedice since the day it start?"
  9. I don't think it will end. It will stay forever but the value will be dynamic.
  10. The Japanese government is reportedly planning to unify all property and land registries across urban, farmland and forested areas in a single ledger powered by blockchain technology/ According to a report in prominent financial publication Nikkei, Japan is looking to consolidate data from all government real estate databases into one viewable data record. Scattered Data Currently, local municipalities, as well as the justice and land ministries, each maintain their own property registries, the former for taxation reasons. Real estate companies oversee their own databases while large swathes of farmland and forested areas also see separate records, according to the report. Japan’s justice ministry estimates some 230 million plots and 50 million buildings are registered across the country. All of the data, including collateral details and sale prices of properties, could soon be added to a government-operated blockchain ledger. Why it’s needed: Aside from the sheer disparity between the registers, the traditional paper-reliant register is simply not updated enough to reflect the people using the property. A survey by the Justice Ministry reveals 6.6% of urban landowner records and a startling 26.6% in small and mid-sized cities as well as those in mountainous terrain, hadn’t changed in 50 years. Furthermore, a blockchain platform will also enable data cross-referencing. As the Nikkei writes, “if a portion of the property is farmland, the user is recorded in a farmland register. Combining this with local-level data will make it easier to tell who is responsible for vacant land or buildings.” A manual cross-reference of farmland and residential registers in 2016 found that 20% of agricultural land data was not updated following the death of the original owner wherein the property did not go on to be inherited. The Benefits: The blockchain will see multiple participants and will also be made available to the private sector, with privacy measures. The goal is to improve the efficiency of real-estate transactions, as well as aid the sale and redevelopment of a growing number of vacant properties in Japan. The blockchain register will also benefit discussions with landowners toward redevelopment as well as public works projects in their property’s vicinity. Disaster preparation and recovery efforts will also be boosted. Trial in 2018: The new blockchain-powered register will be tested in select cities come summer 2018. If it proves successful, the Japanese government is looking at a nationwide rollout over the next five years. Elsewhere, another plausible nation-wide implementation of blockchain technology is taking shape in the country. The Japanese Bankers Association (JBA) is pushing banks to trial money transfers over a single blockchain powered by digital currencies, a development that could ultimately replace ‘Zengin’, Japan’s national payments clearing platform operated by the JBA.
  11. Hahaha. okay. Thanks @ravenyvolle. Your cool. I Like you. Excited for tomorrow. I bet the price you give me ALL IN and then BOOOM I Lost. hehehe. from 0.00050000 to 0.00000000...
  12. Hit it again. 66.66. Am I still qualified @ravenyvolle? Username: Han2x
  13. Welcome back @Thugstream. But I checked Twitch and its offline.
  14. hahhaaha. That means its not for you @ronaldo718. But try again and wish your luck again.
  15. Alright. If I already roll 55.55 I can roll 33.33 or 3.33 but how about. 33.3?