[HIRING] Publicist to promote new bitcoin betting website Pool-Anything.com
I'm launching a new website that lets players create Office Pool style betting pools about pretty much anything, from sports to TV to politics to anything else you can think of that can be objectively proven. The website is here: http://Pool-Anything.com I'm a developer, not a promoter -- I have no passion for self-promotion and even less talent for it. That's where you come in. Your job would be to promote the website any way you can. I basically just finished the last round of testing and am ready to launch the site, but I have no budget for paid advertising so initially the promotion will be entirely grass-roots (making posts on forums, chatrooms, etc, or any other method you can think of to drive people to the site and get them to start placing bets and ideally creating new pools as well). Once the site starts generating some income we can launch some paid-ad campaigns (facebook ads, google adwords, etc) and then expand from there. Instead of an hourly wage I'm offering direct profit-shares, so your earning potential is limited only by your ability to deliver revenue-generating traffic -- if your PR campaigns cause the site to get crazy busy, then you make crazy money. PM me to discuss the details regarding percentage etc - I don't have any set figure in mind but I want to establish a rate that is mutually fair to both of us.
[Hiring] Bitcoin developer to make a bitcoin betting website focused on esports!
Title pretty much says it all. I've been working on trying to launch this product for over a year now. After letting the project lay dormant for a while, I've decided to give to give it another shot. I essentially need a site similar to bitbet.us. Initially the wagers can be settled by active admits. The code can be open source or ripped or anything. I just need a functioning system. Please shoot me a link to your portfolio and give me any relevant work experience. This may transition into a long term gig if we work well together. PM me for more info!
So many of you will be familiar with betsofbitcoin, it was a once thriving bitcoin betting website well trusted with thousands of bitcoins having been bet on the website. For the last 6 months nobody has seen or heard anything from CoinJedi who ran the website. Until recently I knew nothing much about him, but I decided to do some googling and found this interview which from the outset makes it clear that this guy likes to remain anonymous (probably not a good sign). He created several profiles on various other websites to promote the website such as twitter and reddit betsofbitcoin, I also checked Skype and found a user named betsofbitcoin which presumably was used for the interview mentioned above. Back when the website was more active he replied to an email of mine with coinjediATgmail.com (I highly doubt this is his main e-mail) but did not respond to any emails I sent in more recent months voicing my concerns over slow load-times. I checked the domain registration info and found nothing that could lead me to a real person. To me the best potential lead for finding this guy might be through speaking to anyone who worked with him, his betsofbitcoin account posted several times with job openings, unfortunately nobody replied in the thread however. It seems likely that the Bitcoins are gone and the victims of this website (myself included) won't see our coins again, personally I've already accepted defeat and learned my lesson that reputation alone is not enough to warrant trusting a website with your coins. My loss was bigger than most others I've seen on that website at just over 7 BTC, I did manage to withdraw 3.1 BTC a few weeks back after I decided that his lack of response was too troubling, unfortunately the rest were stuck in bets. Considering I only put 8 BTC into the website I guess things could have been worse. It's a shame to see what was once a well trusted website with good functionality go down in such a way, but hopefully this will serve as a reminder to people that your coins are safest from theft when you are the only person in control of it's private key. Basically just posting this here for information, I know I wasn't the only redditor to have money on there, so please upvote a little so this gets visibility. tldr; Website is down, coinjedi never revealed his location, name or contact info, hasn't been seen in months, probably stole everyones coins.
A lot of people seem convinced the Vive won't be available this year. Care to bet on it?
There are bitcoin betting websites that we can use to facilitate this. Basically, everybody who wants to bet can bet any amount they want. Once we eventually find out, the winning team would get all of the losing team's money, with each winning individual getting a portion based on his/her initial bet. BitBet is one website that provides this service. I'm creating this thread to gauge interest. If enough people are interested, we can discuss the details (like what the specific bet will be, etc.) EDIT- One problem I just considered is people entering the bet after an official HTC announcement. To prevent this, would have to end the betting at a pre-determined time (end of November for example.) We can set it so that ff there is an announcement in the interim, the bet is nullified.
So I got alittle lucky last week, I had 30 remaining $ in my bitcoin wallet, I've had them for months. I found a bitcoin betting website, I deposited $10, Turned it into $300. Cashed out, I ordered 2 Antminer S3+'s with a 1000W HP server power supply kit with wiring/adapter for the miners. Electricity costs me .08$/kWh, $10 invested, How accurate are bitcoin miner calculators? Like coinwarz for example, you can insert difficulty, electricity costs, watts, and GH/s, Based off that calculator, I'm looking at $27 a month profit, Which is next to nothing. But it costs me $10 to start so who cares right? Does anyone have any tips for someone new to it (I've followed bitcoins and mining a bit but never done it) Also any pool advice for when I get my miners?
Ex got involved a business that's up to no good, how does he exit?
Hey guys. First of all I apologize as English is not my first language but I will try to be as clear as possibly can be. I also want to say that I really don't want judgement for looking after someone I loved even though he is an ex. He used to be my world, I dont want to see him in jail. This is in the United States.
My ex is a graphic designer and marketing person. He did freelancing before and was eventually messaged by a bitcoin betting website to help them expand to other European countries. (The website is not accessible in Australia or the United States.) They promised him 10% of the website's profits and a huge up front payment that was extremely attractive as we were both broke students at the time. For research, he found some articles saying that bitcoin betting was not illegal because it was not real "money". Stupid, I know, but I am sure he probably turned a blind eye because of the money and because the website wasnt even open in the country we live in (US). So the website succeeded and he has been making a lot of money for two years now, paying taxes on it, and living a relatively normal life. However he became a lot more anxious because of being a part of the website which is why we broke up, now he's too anxious and wants to quit the business altogether. The website is not an official business as far as he knows, just a website, and he just gets payments passively while occasionally helping them with designs or advertisement.
He told his business partners / other website owners that they should stop the site and that its not worth the risk but i dont think they will listen. He wants to get out, but he has no clue how to do that so he will be as protected as possible. He would like to ask a lawyer but has no idea what kind of lawyer to visit...
What kind of lawyer should he see? Is there a contract or something that will separate him as much as possible in terms of liability? I want him back to normal so bad. Thank you guys, sorry if I made diction mistakes and it would mean the world to me ten times over if someone can provide a help or advice.
Can an independent contractor do work for a website / service that's operating illegally?
I do graphic design and marketing work as an independent contractor. I was recently offered work from a Bitcoin betting website that operates around the world (Including the US). I immediately declined due to the nature of the site seeing that I usually only work with Free-to-use Apps and E-commerce sites. I'm almost positive these sites don't have licenses, much less any regulation, so that was another reason I declined. Recently however I've been struggling a bit financially and am considering my options, so I'm looking for some advice, here's what I'm looking for help with:
The attorney that wrote up the contract I've used before for all work is not an option anymore, I've moved since then. What kind of attorney should I be looking for to help me with an issue like this one? a Business attorney?
In the meantime while I wait to see an attorney, does anyone have an insight as to whether or not I could provide services to them at all, even with an impeccable contract?
(I obviously won't accept any work like this until I see an attorney, just wanting to hear some opinions) Thank you in advance. EDIT: I am in the US.
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