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WikiTiger
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re: Bitcoin Casinos Release 2012 Earnings

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I've had my gaming rig mining off and on for the past month or so and I've made about 5 bucks. Mine has a 560Ti in it and I estimate I've been mining about 30% of the time since I started.


are you mining in a pool?


baytiger
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are you mining in a pool?
Oh yeah, forgot to mention that. 50 BTC.


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Vols&Shaft83
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re: Bitcoin Casinos Release 2012 Earnings
Can Bitcoins be insured?

Explain "Silk Road" for me would you?


WikiTiger
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Can Bitcoins be insured?


If a company wanted to offer insurance against bitcoin losses and theft, they could do so. Are there any companies doing that right now? I don't think so.

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Explain "Silk Road" for me would you?


It's an online marketplace where people buy and sell drugs. Bitcoin is the currency used on it.


Vols&Shaft83
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If a company wanted to offer insurance against bitcoin losses and theft, they could do so. Are there any companies doing that right now? I don't think so.




THIS seems like a great business idea, although the actuarial tables would incredibly complicated.


GFunk
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re: Bitcoin Casinos Release 2012 Earnings
After reading this thread, it sounds like you could replace every occurrence of Bitcoin with "Iraqi Dinar" and you wouldn't have much difference.


Vols&Shaft83
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After reading this thread, it sounds like you could replace every occurrence of Bitcoin with "Iraqi Dinar" and you wouldn't have much difference.


Difference is, the Iraqi Dinar is a government currency, bitcoins isn't. Don't think I'll get involved but it's interesting stuff


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