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[Discussion] CS.DEALS now has a real money marketplace with 1% selling fees

I want to start this off with something personal, which is exceptional because I never talk about my personal life on the internet or in any way mix it with my work online. For the past 16 months my life has consisted of nothing but misfortunes, playing CS and working on the marketplace and that's why this is a big day for me and why I want to share my little story behind it. I'm not looking for pity, my story is just something I want to share as I feel it's tied to my creation. Originally I had even bigger plans and created an incredible trading engine and more for cs.deals over the time period but it's to be determined if the plans are ever going to be realised. The ultimate plan will also remain a secret.
When I started KeyVendor over three years ago I've since become a fairly well known name in this scene, but people don't really know who I am, they only recognize my name and might know what I do online. I don't have social media accounts that people could follow and I don't mention to anyone what I'm up to or how I'm feeling. I'm really honored to see that people recognize me here and care about me and my goings-on, like when I got falsely VAC banned in January and people - some of whom I don't even know - supported me and defended my side without even knowing me. Valve was quick to remove the ban and that was that.
In 2017 I was happy with how I was doing with my trading sites and Keyvendor and everything was good in general. However, on the first day of 2018 everything started tumbling down, in the end turning out to be the worst year of my life, possibly for the rest of my life. Without a warning I suddenly lost my wonderful mother to a brain aneurysm. I watched from the side as she was passing out and was rushed to the hospital with little to no hope. We share the loss with my siblings, step father and my relatives and I feel the burden is also shared, which is why it wasn't as painful to me as it might've been to someone else. Then in April all my businesses went down due to the trade lock update. It was an understandable action from Valve and I know skins are a risky business and as I said I'm not asking for pity, this is life. There's much more I could add but I want to keep this short. After the update I quickly got Keyvendor back up and then I had to start working on cs.deals and my other trade site to bring them back for the loyal users who were patiently waiting to trade out their balance (we also did manual withdrawals for those who asked) and to continue using the loved services. In the meantime of coding features for the trade locked items, I started to get a vision about the big plans that I mentioned, which now led to this marketplace. The trade sites were coming back together slowly but steadily, when in July my alcoholic father passed away from liver failure. He wasn't the best person and we hadn't really been in touch for a few years since moving away from him and it wasn't a huge deal, unlike my mother's case. I was left with all the paperwork related to his death and this somewhat postponed the launch of the trading sites. All these misfortunes have driven me to create this marketplace to make things better again.
Finally in October I had CS.DEALS and my other site back up and running, but turns out they only have expenses and don't make any profit at all. Ever since then I was even more determined to create the big plan to get me back to where I was in 2017: have something sustainable and something I can constantly work on to improve. I hope this marketplace will be the thing. I'm determined to make this the best thing the scene has seen since OPskins if not even better, even if won't be as appreciated as it would've been during OPSkins and non-tradelock times. From now on we will have a bigger team working on things and I won't be a one man army.

Anyway, that's the story. Let's get to the marketplace:

You can think of the service as a trade bot website and a real money skin marketplace combined. You can sell your skins for trade-balance, like you would do on an advanced trade bot, or you can sell them for real money and buy them like you would on a marketplace. You can also top up trade-balance by converting real money to trade-balance and vice versa. Currently all this is confusing but we are looking into ways to make it simpler to the user and your feedback would come in useful with that.
Initially we will support the sale of the same items as the tradebot has supported thus far: CSGO, TF2, H1Z1, Dota2 and Rust. More games will be supported as the site picks up pace. The plan is to keep all fees very low to make this THE place to sell skins. There will be a constant flow of new features and improvements based on you guys' feedback and whatever is needed. Right now the feature set is pretty lacking and the whole service might feel crude, but everything will improve very quickly.
More deposit and withdrawal options are coming in the next week or so, but right now only Bitcoin deposits and withdrawals are supported. The most notable deposit options will be G2A PAY and SEPA transfers. Cashouts will work via SEPA transfer, Paypal and of course Bitcoin. The cashouts will be in Euro but we will also offer occasional USD cashouts via Paypal and bank transfer.
What I feel is really unique and good about the marketplace is the PriceDecay™ pricing method. Here the explanation for it from the website and an image to go with it:
With PriceDecay™ you can cashout your skins easier than ever, for better prices than ever. It automatically lowers the price of your item over time using an advanced algorithm. That means you won't have to keep updating the price of your item and you don't need to know the exact price of your item to sell it for good value. The item will get sold when it reaches the optimal pricepoint, without much effort at all.
https://imgur.com/a/TQzeRE4
If you have any feedback or confusion about the service, I would very much appreciate if you could let us know about them so it can be improved. I will be happy to answer any questions you have about anything.
I asked the mods for a permission to make this post, as cs.money always has a post made about them whenever they add a new pixel on their site. However, I never got a response so let's see how this goes.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JJSsuP_5Ld4
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CS:GO heading towards possible in-game economy crash. This issue needs community and Valve attention.

Edit: This is on top since it was brought up in comments. There is no reason for panic yet. Even influx of so much duped items is not very significant in the grand scale of things. That's why trading community is raising alarm before it gets out of hand.
Edit 2: Here is tl;dr explanation why duping is bad with an example of how this would look like in real world, thanks to BitcoinBoo:
It's like the Federal Reserve printing $1 to replace each dollar stolen, instead of going after those who stole.
Edit 3: To elaborate on the "Why should I care part?" my example was just small part of the deal, and maybe not the best. Seems like people forget that CS:GO was pretty much dead before Arms Dealer update which introduced skins. Skins are the reason why game recovered. With "whales" gone, who will buy the keys to unbox stuff or use same keys to purchase high tier items that are over the Steam Market cap? Think about it for a minute FFS. The 1% is paying server and maintenance bills for you, as well as providing money for game updates. Just like in any other game with microtransaction, 1% provides 90%+ of revenue. CS:GO is just full priced game with F2P revenue model. With "whales" gone game will stagnate.
Original post:
So I know this sub is not focused on the economy aspect of CS:GO, but I think it get's much more traffic than /GlobalOffensiveTrade and probability of actual people who matter seeing this post is much higher.
On /GlobalOffensiveTrade this issue is brought up daily, but without any attention of community as a whole, there is little to no chance Valve will notice it.
Fairly recently Valve introduced ESCROW as a measure to mitigate scamming and highjacking of CS:GO accounts. Loopholes with "hacking" and reporting account as "hijacked" were being used before to essentially play Steam support into duping higher tier items that costed thousands of dollars.
With ESCROW introduction Valve said that they will no longer restore items lost without mobile authentication (either SMS or App) attached to the account. But that didn't work, after ESCROW introduction somehow group of people essentially duped hundreds of high tier items, such as FN M9 Sapphires (goes for around 1500USD), FN Dragon Lores (1500USD before the dupe wave, more on that later) and others. With investigation that went in /GlobalOffensiveTrade done by Freakesport he was able to track around 60 confirmed cases of same exact FN Dragon Lore duped in matter of couple of weeks. Therefor new loopholes were found or old ones are still working.
You can read about investigation here (you might not be able to open the link, if you don't have confirmed flair on subreddit): https://np.reddit.com/GlobalOffensiveTrade/comments/40dgeh/discussion_why_the_lores_are_dropping_and_why_you/
And that's just through gathering incomplete data from websites like CSGOExchange that only tracks certain accounts. I am sure the amount of duped items is much larger still in the inventories of private accounts. This recent dupe was done on the scale unseen before. Basically just counting only Dragon Lore dupes, at the very minimum CS:GO economy saw the influx of "free cash" i.e. duped skins of almost 100,000USD in extremely small time window. But that is just confirmed estimate of only Dragon Lores, if you consider that private accounts and hidden inventories, as well as users that never signed up for CSGOExchange being pretty much invisible. If you take all that in account as well as other other high tier items, you can easily see that that dupe wave probably injected more than 1,000,000USD worth of items into the economy. Which brings us to potential economy crash.
Returning back to the example of Dragon Lores, it brought price of FN Dragon Lores from ~1500USD down to 1300USD in just couple of weeks and it's still dropping with new dupes surfacing up. I have no doubt if high end items will crush, it will cause domino effect throughout whole in-game economy.
How does it affects me? I don't give two shits about skins
Well, you see, CS:GO became a huge spectacle, and a lot of influx of interest as well as cash into the game comes from betting and trading. With betting on sites like Lounge being as big as it is. Not only does it attract people who like to gamble, but it also attracts sponsors and makes those sites sponsor teams and events, making them bigger and more attractive for top talent in the scene as well as increasing overall production value.
See those OPSkins or CSGOLounge ads during stream? The sole business of those websites is based around well being of CS:GO economy. Without healthy economy those sites will crash and burn with it and no longer will be able to sponsor events and teams.
Valve should act as a governing entity in this case. Just like real world government would deal with people producing counterfeit currency. In the thread with investigation I linked before, Freakesport was able to trace back all those dupe to 2-3 common accounts in his free time using only third party tools like CSGOExchange. If he can do it, surely Valve can easily find people behind this and punish them and prevent any more duped items hidden away in private inventories being yet yet injected into the economy.
Same thing happened to DoTA2 and TF2 high tier items. While DoTA2 economy crush didn't affect game popularity much because of how big DoTA following is, I think economy crash of TF2 was one of the main reason of game fading into obscurity.
If you think CS:GO is immune and that's it won't happen to it, just few years ago CS scene was almost dead, including CS:GO. Do you think that Arms Deal update was a coincidence that it was released just before the resurgence of CS popularity? Certainly this won't help it.
P.S. Sorry for wall of text, but it's necessary to explain the situation going on. Thanks for your time if you got through it.
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Idle-Empire - Earn PayPal, Gift Cards & More | An extensive overview

Introduction

This is a full overview about Idle-Empire, a GPT (Get-Paid-To) site that's been around since 2015. Idle-Empire is primarily targeted towards gamers, but they also have payouts through PayPal, Gift Cards, Cryptocurrencies, and Perfect Money - so I think it's a good fit for beermoney too!
Idle-Empire has a lot of different earning and payout methods, some that you won't find on regular GPT sites. I'll go over every earning and payout method in this post.

Links

You get 500 Points ($0.05) for free when you sign up through my referral link, and of course, you support me too. I'll also include a clean link for people who prefer not to use my referral link:

Referral Link | Clean Link

Supported Countries

As far as I'm aware, there are no country restrictions on Idle-Empire. Everyone can sign up. There are some earning methods where your country does not matter, for others it does matter. People from all countries are able to idle, mine, complete promotions, and collect referrals. The availability of surveys, offers, and videos depend on your country.

Currency Value

Idle-Empire uses the term "Points" for their virtual currency. 10,000 Points are worth $1.00.

Payout Proof

I can provide this Coinbase payout proof.

Payout Conditions

The minimum payout amount is $0.10 for most payout methods. Some payout methods like gift cards ($1.00 - $10.00) or PayPal ($2.50) have a higher minimum payout amount.
You'll need to verify your account before you can make your first payout. You can verify your account with your mobile phone number, a verification code will be sent to your phone number.

Earning Methods

In this section, I'll describe all available earning methods and add my personal opinion and experience about every method.

Surveys & Offers

I guess everybody here is familiar with the concept of surveys and offers. They are tasks that involve answering questions, downloading programs and mobile apps, registering on platforms, and much more. It's a grind but it can pay off since there are some offers that pay good money. Idle-Empire has a number of different offerwalls, here's a full list:
Personally, I like doing surveys and offers because they pay well. But it's also more work than other earning methods. No pain, no gain.

Videos

Idle-Empire has videos from EngageMe.TV, Smores.TV, and Hideout.TV. I believe many of you guys are familiar with those 3 providers, they are all owned by AdscendMedia. All you have to do is watch videos and sometimes there's gonna be an advertisement in between videos, and after every 3 ads, you get paid 50 Points.
I liked to do videos in the past because it was easy and fast. Now I do it less, I feel that it became slower because I get fewer ads than before.

Game Servers

You have to join the Team Fortress 2 game servers of Idle-Empire and every minute you receive 1 Point. That's 1440 Points per day, which is $0.144 per day or $4.32 per month. It's not much but you don't have to do anything for it except being on the server. This process is called "idling" because you don't do anything. Idle-Empire shows video ads on the servers, so I guess that's how they can afford to pay people for being on the servers.
Team Fortress 2 is free-to-play on Steam, so everyone can just install it.
Idle-Empire also has an Autojoin tool which makes sure you automatically get reconnect to the server in case of a disconnected (can happen if your internet is down for a moment).
I'm usually on the game servers 24/7 because it's free money for me - my computer is always running anyways and having the game run in the background doesn't bother me since it's not slowing down my computer.

Mining

Most people will have noticed the cryptocurrency craze during 2017 and 2018, where mining also played an important role. Idle-Empire has its own cryptocurrency miner and you get paid for running it on your computer.
The average hashrate is currently 261 hashes per second. There's a calculator on the Idle-Empire website and it says that you earn 32,451 Points per month with that hashrate - that's $3.24. Note that this is just the current average, you might earn less or more depending on the GPU and CPU you have.
The issue with mining is that it takes your computer a lot of its CPU/GPU power, so you won't be able to use it for other stuff in the meantime. Your computer will also consume more electricity. I believe mining isn't worth it for most people anymore unless you don't pay for electricity.
I've used mining about 10 months ago or so and it was much more profitable at the time, I was making $0.80 - $0.90 per day. Haven't done it since the profitability went down, I think for most people it's only worth it now if you have free electricity.

Referrals

Idle-Empire has a simple referral system - you earn 20% of what your referrals earn through surveys/offers, servers, and mining. Here are the terms:
20% is pretty nice and I believe it can be a good passive income if you get active referrals.

Promotions

Promotions are basically offers from Idle-Empire. Most promotions are simple to complete.
There are some promotions that you can do on a daily basis just by pressing a button, that's pretty good. Also, I think it's worth to complete all the tasks that just require a few button clicks like verifying your email or following them on social media.
Here's a full list of all promotions:

Basic

Follow Social Media

Daily Tasks

Invite Friends

Create Content

Payout Methods

In this section, I'll quickly summarize the available payout methods.

PayPal

I'm sure everyone is familiar with PayPal. Idle-Empire sends USD to your PayPal account. There's a fee of $0.30 + 2.9%.

Gift Cards

They currently offer gift cards for the following platforms:

Cryptocurrencies

Idle-Empire has cryptocurrency payouts through Coinbase. The coins will be sent to your Coinbase account with zero fees. These currencies are supported:

Perfect Money

Perfect Money might be an alternative to PayPal for some people, especially when PayPal isn't available in your country. Perfect Money funds can be converted to Bitcoin, Skrill, Neteller, Payeer, Payoneer, and many others. Idle-Empire sends USD to your Perfect Money account.

BitSkins

BitSkins is a marketplace for Steam items, mainly for CS:GO and TF2 skins but many other games are supported too. Idle-Empire sends USD balance to your BitSkins account.

OPSkins

OPSkins is a marketplace for virtual and physical items. Idle-Empire sends Operation Points to your OPSkins account.

CSGOShop

CSGOShop is a marketplace similar to BitSkins but apparently, it has fewer users and supports fewer games. Idle-Empire sends USD balance to your CSGOShop account.

KeyJoker

KeyJoker seems to be a website where you can buy cheap indie Steam games. Idle-Empire sends credits to your KeyJoker account.

Boosters

Idle-Empire has "Boosters" that are randomly created on weekends (Saturday and Sunday). Boosters temporarily increase the earnings for one earning method, the boost can range from 1% to 100% and lasts a few hours. I've seen boosters for surveys/offers, videos, mining, and the game servers.

Conclusion

Idle-Empire can be a good alternative to traditional GPT sites for many users, especially since it doesn't have any country restrictions.
It has some unconventional earning methods like idling, mining, and some promotions but you'll also find the usual surveys, offers, and videos. Idle-Empire has many different offer walls, so that's nice if you like to grind.
The payout methods are primarily targeted towards gamers but they also have payouts through PayPal, Gift Cards, Cryptocurrencies, and Perfect Money. So I guess there's something for everybody.
The boosters on weekends are a good opportunity to complete some high paying offers and get a nice bonus on top. Coupons are also regularly posted on Twitter and the other social media channels and they can be redeemed in just a few seconds, so that's fast and easy.
I hope this extensive overview was helpful to some people! :)
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[Discussion] After the post i did yesterday, opskins start to change something up...

Hey, everyone. So, after yesterday's post. Opskins start to change something up with their chinese page
http://imgur.com/s15MVLJ
As the pic show, they remove the promo that using the chinese trading site.
But however, there are something in the green bar written by chinese
"支付宝充值立享4.0%到6.5%返现,比特币提现立刻到账免手续费"
It translate as "there will be a deposit bonus around 4%-6.5% if you using alipay. And there will be no waiting time and fee if you using bitcoin."
I think about it and say cool, why not I'm not see anything about it in the english page.
http://imgur.com/JH3duK3
So, to test out is really working or not? I put $25 usd in both chinese and english version of the site
http://imgur.com/mnjmjIM
http://imgur.com/7eBkc82
The result is, both version of the site get the 4% of the bonus by using alipay.
Tbh, i don't recommend ya to do this. There is a 6% fee that will be charge by g2a tho.
But, "good work" opskins. Thx for using the chinese version of the site to let me know there is a bonus......
Sorry for the broke ass eng and hope ya have a good day
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WAX, The sleeping giant about to wake up?

This text is long, I know but that's life. Some people find opportunities reading what other don't... Impossible to make it smaller. I've been following this coin since January and this is the whole story of what I learned.
This link (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n9PLvXSyWHc) is a video concerning the main problem WAX wants to resolve thanks to Blockchain and they're close to making it work. It's a matter of months. The adoption will be fast for many reasons, one of them being the fact that it is way easier for a gamer to understand how blockchain and wallets work than any other sector willing to adopt blockchain. My 68-year-old father will probably never use Bitcoin cause he doesn't understand it and frankly, he doesn't care that much at this point in his life so...
Now, let's talk about WAX a little.
Why would WAX explode? Why now ? Their main chain is already live in alpha testing and is currently used by a dapp called VGO. This is huge. The dapp wouldn't choose to run on the WAX chain if it wasn't already stable enough. WAX was forced to accelerate its evolution since the rupture between Steam and Opskins. Opskins is now focusing on WAX way more and this will start bringing the good news faster than expected. Anyway, that's just the beginning. Let's dig a little deeper because this is in my opinion, one of the best opportunities right now.
Why is WAX so cheap? There are many reasons for that.
1 - The Huobi disaster. Huobi didn't follow the instructions and information provided by WAX. Instead, they searched for the contract on Etherscan and listed a scam contract: https://etherscan.io/token/0x8e1701e9509250d808eeca648feb1b8d7eed0704 And based on this, Huobi gave the wrong supply information on the contract even though it was known for some days that the supply was increased by 10x. Before they realized and fixed their mistake, people had already deposited and sold scam token. Real coins were also sold. WAX set up a fund to reimburse or help reimburse the issue long before the deposits and withdrawals were unlocked too. Anyway, long story short, it was a mess. Some interesting stuff to read about it: https://medium.com/wax-io/wax-update-december-24-2017-8db1b1a9fee2 https://medium.com/wax-io/wax-huobi-pro-important-update-e3f7cb588be0 On top of that, some took advantage of the fact that the deposits were closed and the supply was getting smaller and smaller. It made the price pump quite high (around 2,75$) before falling in a free dive to around 0.25$. Of course, that didn't help much either.
2 - Their marketing approach for the cryptoworld hasn't been the best. By observing news and interviews, one could think that there won't be much happening till January 2019 and there was no reason for anyone to buy WAX so the price dropped but that is incorrect. It's just that WAX didn't want to be one of those projects announcing announcements of announcements that announce other announcements... Anyway, this was more a misunderstanding because they've been sticking to their roadmap since the beginning and they even have some advance now.
3 - The second reason provoked a poor marketing strategy for crypto traders. The result of that is the fact that most people have no idea of what WAX is. I hear a lot that there are other gaming coins that have been doing better. I hear people saying Enjin is better, or Funfair is better... Let's clear up the mess a little. Enjin and WAX are not competing against each other. I wouldn't be surprised to see them working together in the future as Gifto and Decentraland already do. WAX stands for Worldwide Asset eXchange. The word gaming is not in there. WAX will actually help those project grow by facilitating their access to the gaming industry. Let's not forget that Opskins is already a major player in gaming. Let's imagine WAX was never created by Opskins. Wouldn't it be great for Enjin to sign a partnership with Opskins? Well, a partnership with WAX would have the same effect for Enjin. That's why I said I wouldn't be surprised if they worked together.
4 - Add on all this the fact that WAX went live a month before the bear market starts so it basically didn't even have time to grow before dropping lower and lower but let's not forget that all coins dropped hard since the second half of January. WAX had the first three reasons on top of the bear market so it basically returned to ICO presale territory where it still is today (09/07/2018). WAX is seriously undervalued!
So basically, I just bought some extremely cheap WAX because of those factors. Compared to other projects, WAX is waaaaay undervalued. I mean come on guys, a $hitcoin like IOTA is almost at 3 billion CMC, in the top 10 coins with a massive network failure going on right now and WAX, with a real product and backed by a big company is at the bottom of top 100? How long do you think it will stay like that? Especially now that WAX is showing signs of waking up at last with the launch of their alpha version that seems to work perfectly well. So what is WAX and why it might be the one that might bring faster adoption? This is a good way to understand what WAX is all about.
Remember Crypto Kitties? They were (and still are) on the Ethereum blockchain. Crypto Kitties are a perfect example of what an NFT is (Non-Fungible Token, if you don't know what that is, you should). Did you see Crypto Kitties being traded on Binance or Coinbase? No. This is the first part where WAX kicks in. You CAN trade Crypto Kitties on Opskins and soon, you'll be able to trade them (and all other NFTs) on the WAX chain. WAX will be the Binance of NFTs and the WAX coin could be the equivalent of BNB.
Now imagine a scenario where you'd like to trade a Crypto Kittie that is on the Ethereum chain with a "Crypto Turtle" that is using NFTs from the EOS chain. How would you do that? This is the second part where WAX kicks in again with its Cross-Blockchain system. That will allow you to trade any NFT from any blockchain to any other. (Read more here: https://medium.com/wax-io/wax-platform-cross-blockchain-integration-airdrops-and-more-a909bfea240a)
Remember the video at the beginning? Imagine those Fortnite skins going on NFTs on the blockchain and being traded on the WAX platform... This is what WAX is trying to do. Create infrastructure for that new type of market that is exploding all around the world. Online gaming has no borders.
Ow, and guess what... That Cross-Blockchain part means many airdrops in the next 12 months but this is a small detail ;)
WAX will also have its own NFTs but that is just one of their aspects. Their main goal, as their name indicates, is to be a decentralized exchange platform for digital assets so it is not possible to compare it with other gaming coins.
So why now? Why is the sleeping giant waking up?
Because of what happened with Steam and Opskins and the fact that we're getting close to the beta testing and main launch. As said earlier, the whole Steam/Opskins situation forced Opskins to put more energy into WAX and June has been a festival of great news going unnoticed because of the price drop and the fact that the entire market is focusing on the global trend. Actually, Opskins were expecting something like that from Valve/Steam as they mention in this statement: https://blog.opskins.com/official-statement-regarding-valve-opskins-steam-accounts/
But here are some other things that make me believe that WAX is a screaming buy right now.
1 - The WAX chain is working and already being used by a dapp while not even officially live yet, few know about it and even fewer understand what that means. 2 - They seem to be ahead of their roadmap, meaning that the main chain airdrop should be announced earlier than expected and generally, delivering ahead of the roadmap is a good sign. 3 - The Robotcache airdrop is approaching. I expect it around the end of August. Airdrops always create predictable waves. 4 - WAX is currently waaaay undervalued and we're quite close to the bottom. Just take a look at the chart. Doesn't that look sexy? A change in behavior can be observed since the 29th of June. 5 - Basically, there's a lot of ignorance concerning WAX so if news start to come out and attract the attention, people will fomo in when they start realizing the potential. 6 - Adoption is imminent and that brings in retail money that makes the price explode. That is expected around January 2019 but speculators will get in before that, pushing the price up soon.
Anyway, I could write a book about why WAX is such a screaming buy right now but you don't read long articles ând this one is already too long soo... let's cut it short.
Everything will depend on BTC but I'm starting to wear my contrarian hat. The bigger picture indicates a change of BTC trend and I believe that at the beginning of this new rally, altcoins will shoot up with better ROI than BTC and since WAX is one of the most undervalued, it might 10x in the next 2 months to find a more realistic valuation, before falling again to prepare the big explosion of the end of the year. Adoption should push the price in the sky and put it in orbit around earth ;) The price is currently around 0.13$. In a realistic scenario based on the market, the fact that WAX has huge incentives to stake the mainchain coin and all the airdrops that will come in the next 12 months, I wouldn't be surprised to see the total value of a long hold (airdrops included) approaching 20$ to 50$ in a year from now. Of course, it won't go straight up and the waves I expect, have tops around 2$, 10$, 20$, 50$...
PS: I have a bet with a friend of mine. I have some good reasons to believe that Binance should list WAX soon. The recent volume rise, the upcoming updates and the fact that WAX is the only coin from the communities votes that haven't been added yet, make me believe that Binance will want a part of the WAX growth so, why not listing it... A nice bottle of wine in play here with my bet. I might be wrong but after all, this is a speculative market for now, right?
PS 2: As usual, DYOR and this is not a financial advice. I just shared my observation on WAX and I've been watching it since that Novogratz video saying that he is betting on WAX but also his last tweets about the next 6 bullish months.
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An overview of WAX and FAQs

Hey there and thanks for taking the time to learn about Virtual Item Exchanges, Worldwide Asset eXchange (WAX), and the decentralization of entire business processes. In this post, I aim to communicate the value proposition of the virtual item exchanges and its relation to the WAX protocol.

What are Virtual Asset Exchanges and the Virtual World Economy?

The term ‘virtual economy’ is no more than the exchanging of virtual items and services with virtual or real currency within a virtual world. Over the last decade, there has been extensive growth in both the number of virtual worlds published and the total number of virtual players. In the last year, 400M+ gamers purchased $50B+ in virtual items worldwide, a number that staggers most anyone not connected to the virtual economies. There is a plethora of evidence for the growth of various virtual economies across a variety of virtual worlds. These virtual items range from in-game cosmetics, weapons, equipment and virtual territory.
Here is the WAX team discussing just how big Virtual Asset Exchanges are.

What is keeping Virtual Item Exchanges from expanding?

With the possible infinite virtual economies, it is no surprise that the industry continues to fragment across hundreds of competing marketplaces. These marketplaces not only have to overcome the internal economics these games provide, but the actual accounting bottlenecks of cross-border transaction fees or being landlocked to trading within your geographic area.
The vast majority of users who wish to buy and sell virtual assets see items stolen, get stuck in a scam, or end up paying exorbitant fees.
Here is the WAX team addressing the bottlenecks of the industry.

So how does WAX resolve this?

The ideal solution to this industrial problem is a global virtual asset repository, accessible to anyone, which provides a complete catalog of all items available for sale in real time. This market will not only have to be global, but impower in-game users to drive their ecosystems economy. A genuinely centralized marketplace would create more market friction across all industries than enabling users to be their own businesses.
Such a repository, when coupled with distributed trust mechanisms, and a reliable, low-cost settlement network, will vastly improve price discovery and market liquidity, thereby increasing market size. WAX is creating a blockchain solution for virtual asset trading. The decentralization of existing solutions like OPSkins.com would remove every bottleneck facing the industry.
WAX will enable virtual asset traders, similar to that of modern marketplaces such as Alibaba, Amazon, Uber, and Airbnb. These platforms enhanced commerce for millions of small business owners and created hundreds of billions of dollars in new value. These tech giants achieved their global success by making their platforms easy to use and widely available, while simultaneously solving expensive problems like fraud prevention, settlement execution, product and seller reviews, standardized catalogs of product information, supply and demand matching just like the issues currently facing virtual asset exchanges.
The WAX team is adamant that this protocol will enhance Virtual Asset Exchanges.

How will WAX use its blockchain?

Through the creation of the WAX token, a platform utility medium, WAX enables users to list items for sale, transact value between each other, settle the transfer of virtual goods, create and service contracts, propose and vote for WAX Guilds. The application of WAX Token is entirely focused on these functions, and developed to enforce security during the digital exchange.
To meet the high throughput demand of markets, WAX will utilize a Delegated Proof of Stake (DPOS, further explanation below) consensus algorithm was selected, with selected confirming nodes, or “Guilds,” focusing on a single game.
Virtual goods’ sales prices are listed in WAX Token; when a user wants to purchase the virtual asset, they pay with WAX Token. If the item is recorded in a different currency (through a site linking to the WAX Platform), the WAX Token must be converted by the listing agent at the current exchange rate at the time of purchase.

Who Is Working On WAX?

WAX is created by the same ownership and team that built OPSkins.com. OPSkins was established in 2015 and became the global marketplace leader for video game virtual assets. The company claims to have facilitated over 100+ million purchases annually for customers across nearly one-hundred countries. When created, OPSkins built a centralized solution to address the most significant needs of the marketplace and systematically reduced the failure rate of exchanges by creating liquidity, settlement due diligence, and shifting fraud loss to the platform rather than the consumer while allowing for cross-border executions.
The CEO of the company is William Quigley was part of former Disney CFO of licensing, a member of idea lab, and many other venture capital opportunities. The team has advisors that worked on Call of Duty, the founder of Interplay Entertainment & inXile Entertainment, a World of Warcraft Executive, the Former CEO of Vivendi Universal Games. To see the full list of team members and advisors you can check their website.
Here is William Quigley talking about why he is qualified to lead WAX to mass adoption.

Frequently Asked Question

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[PSA] A guide to known scams and how to avoid them

First of all - my condolences to the guy who eventually traded his Karambit Marble Fade Fire & Ice for basically nothing.
This guide describes all kinds of scams I've came across during the 10 months I've been trading. I haven't got scammed so far and I hope you won't as well.
Feel free to correct me if I got something wrong, or to add some missing information. Also if you can provide screenshots as IRL examples of those scams, I will be very grateful.
Let's start from the easiest and most common ones.
1) Phishing and SPAM links
Those are really common. In most cases they lead to a virus, or shitloads of adds.
Protip: Just don't click on any links which lead to a unknows site, disable for people outside of your friends to comment on your profile and ignore friend invites from private profiles or profiles with low ranks.
2) CSGL/OPskins/Steam Wallet cards empty trade offers
Very common. A scammer trying to look as a official bot of some know sites or steam itself will send you an empty trade offer saying it's for a bet, or than you will get some steam wallet funds, etc.
Protip: Just flat out decline these. Accept the empty trade offers only if you're absolutely sure that it's for a bet you've just made, etc.
3) Item swap scam
One of the oldest scams. There are two examples:
Protip: Just be careful and pay attention to the trade. Also having the Steam Inventory Helper installed helps quite a lot since it tells you the ammount of keys and the total value of the trade
4) DOTA 2 items/Rare cards scam
Also very old and quite easy to avoid scam. How does it work? Well, some Dota 2 items can be signed by a player ant that makes them uniqe. You can then sell them on the steam market and since they're one of it's kind, you can ask pretty much for any price you can. Same with some rare cards/backgrounds, etc. So the scammer puts them on the market for a ridiculous price (most of them are actually worth below 1 USD) and sends you an offer which at the first sight looks like an overpay. Well it isn't
The other way to scam is that the scammer, who for exaple sells some knife, will tell you that he will only trade the knife for the particular item. If you purchase the item from the market, he will get the money and then refuse to trade with you.
Protip: Know the real prices and don't fall for "too good to be true" overpays.
5) Fake overpay item scam
If you ever got a comment on your CSGL trade like this: "Hey, I can overpay. Check my trade and send me a steam offer (ONLY STEAM OFFER!)" you know what I am talking about. These scammers have various trades on CSGL, offering a decent overpay most of the time. However there's a catch - the item they're trading isn't actually the one they have in theirs inventories. Or to be more precise - they're not in the same condition.
This is very common with the skins where the condition makes a huge difference in price (for example M4A4 Radiation Hazard FN vs MW and others) or with some Stattrak Skins (Battle-scarred vs Factory New).
Protip: Again. Be careful and pay attention to the condition of the skins. Having the Steam Inventory Helper helps a lot here since it will tell you the price of the skin.
6) "Dopplers and Case Hardened" scam
This is propably the latest and most sophisticated type of scam. I call it this way because most of the time the scammer use Doppler and Case Hardened knives since their price vastly varies depending on the pattern (Ruby, Sapphire, Blue gems).
The scammer will post a comment on your trade saying he has a blue gem or Sapphire/Ruby/Black pearl knife which is a decent overpay to your item. They also post a legit screenshot and link to their profile saying that the trade URL is in their steam profile. If you check the inventory of the scammer, the knife if really there, along with some few junk skins, mostly cases. However the supposed trade link leads to a different profile (also owned by the scammer) which looks the same (same name, same games, same items) but the knife itself usually has no special pattern at all.
Protip: Always inspect the knife befor you send any offer
7) Teamspeak/other voice chat scam
Some scammers will ask you to join their TS server (or even download some other voice chat app) to discuss a trade. Don't do that! Most of the time the I.P. leads to a "scam" server which will ask you to download some software, or in some cases it will even do it automatically (depending on the version of TS you have). The software is obviously a virus and can lead to losing all your skins, so beware.
Protip: Dont download anything from strangers and don't join to any Voicechat app servers with people you don't know. You can easily discuss the trade via steam chat.
Now some scams connected to real-money transactions
1) The "middleman" scam
Notoriously known scam. The scammer will ask you if you could use a middleman to hold your item which you're selling to the scammer, until he sends you the money. Most of the time the scammer will ask you if you have some real life friend in your steam friendlist who you trust. He will ask you to send him his profile and then he will make a duplicate profile with the same name, avatar etc. Then he will try to persuade you to trade your item to the "middleman".
Protip: Only use a trusted middleman from reddit or steamrep, or better - don't use a middleman at all. Basically 99% of people asking for middlemen are scammers.
2) The fake Paypal email scam
The scammer will agree to go first and send you his money for your item. He will ask you for your Paypal email (which is logical, if he wants to send you the money) but he will also ask you for your full real name - and thats the sign. You will then recieve an email which is supposed to look like an official email from Paypal saying that the scammer has sent you the money. But if your check your actual Paypal account, there will be nothing there.
Protip: Always check your Paypal account and balance before trading anything.
3) The Paypal invoice scam
In this case, the scammer will also agree to go first and he will offer you a good price on the top. However instead of sending you the actual money he will just fill in an invoice of the agreed ammount and send the invoice to you. You cannot get any money this way!
Protip: Always check your Paypal account and balance before trading anything.
4) Refunding the Paypal payment scam
If the scammer pays you money via Paypal and before sending them chooses the "I'm paying for goods or services" option, instead of the "friends and family" one (where you pay lower fees), he can that issue a refund and get his money back, leaving you without your skins and without your money. Edit: This can be apparently used also if the scammer used the "friends and family" option, so beware.
Protip: If using Paypal, only trade with reputable and well known traders (wath out for fake lookalike profiles) and remeber that Paypal is not the only way to get money for your CS skin. There's also Skrill, Bitcoins and of course OPskins. Anyway, try to no go first in real money transactions unless there's no other option (which there always is). And always demand a screenshot from the transaction plus take screenshots of the chat and the trade itself, to have some evidence that you actually both agreed on the trade.
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[Discussion] CS:GO skin economy in the following 10 days and in the future. Plus, what developers needs to do ASAP.

This was originally written to /GlobalOffensive but deleted.
A dollar bill only worth a dollar when there are goods and services to back it up, it's only a piece of paper when you look at it visually with no connection to it.
Similarly, a CS:GO skin only worth and retain its value when there are people use them as "Play skin" "Collector's item" "betting items" "trade up items" and also it has real world currency value ever since opskins open up a channel to cashing out as a way to retrieve your skin value through paypal and bitcoin. Other than that, I could not think of a way to retrieve your already-spent-money from steam wallet funds to convert it back to real money, besides gathering steam wallet funds, buying games to sell as gift, buying VR headsets and sell, selling skins through paypal with the risk of getting scammed.
I personally do not gamble and bet myself, but the gambling / betting ban happened recently will sure have a huge impact on the current state of the CS:GO economy. In my opinion, this is definitely will not be the end of CS:GO because CS:GO revenue runs on many things, game copy sales, sticker sales, operation pass sales, music kit, sponsorship, case keys, community market 15% tax, ELEAGUE on TV, etc., these are the building blocks of CS:GO as a while. Eliminating the gambling/betting aspect will not kill off the game but certainly will have a huge impact on the overall value of the items on the skin market. Valve has a video to explain its context.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gd_QeY9uATA
http://i.imgur.com/P9S6RWT.jpg
We currently have 23 sites received a notice from valve about shutting them down within a time frame of 10 days, and in this period of time, what will people do to these "forced withdrawal skins" that they don't really have a value with them? (Not their play skin, not their collector's item, definitely not a betting item) They will have the following options, 1) sell it to steam community market 2) sell it to 3rd party cash out website like opskins/bitskins/lootmarket 3) keep it to themselves during the mess and hope for new regulated gambling site to respawn, both 1) and 2) will drive down the market price of those "unwanted forced withdrawal items which have significant values".
If you are familiar with the CS:GO economy, you will know steam sale, major tournament sticker sale are responsible for market price crash, we have been through Steam summer sale 2016 and Cologne 2016 sticker sale, prices are already down to the most, plus the following 10 days by gambling ban, we will see another overall dip of the price curve. While steam sale and sticker sale are types of crash that is recoverable, however the damage done by gambling ban is not. After this incident, there will be a surplus of skins (mostly bettable items) flooded in the market along with an overall already-on-market skins rot on the market which lost its demand due to gambling ban, both of which will drive down the market price significantly and permanently, to the point similar to TF2, Dota 2. (Correct me if I'm wrong) And when overall market price is down (old skins which are bettable), there is really no point in opening old cases but new cases, the old cases skins somehow retain its value for such a long time has a correlation with its betting value. Since there are so many of these surplus of skins rot in the market, so so so much that we might be entering a phase where the old will be forgotten and only the new will be the center of the game. Such ecosystem, I wouldn't be calling it an "economy" anymore but some sht that you see in real life, iPhone 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, so on, Call of duty 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, so on, FIFA 95, 98, 2000, so on. One of the reason why I choose to play CS:GO instead of other yearly title like COD/BF is all because of this reason, I do not want to work hard on skins that I earn in the past gets obsoleted so quickly (inb4 fREAKAZOID fuck your skins comment, I play the game for skin collection as primary reason, FPS is only secondary). And here is a graph showing how people just move onto new things and forget about the old completely, credit to Chescos.
http://195.154.110.156/charts/keysales/
So now, I wanna talk about the problem where the skin economy has absolutely no outflow but constant inflow. As I said earlier, we are going to have a surplus of skins on the market along with a lost in demand of bettable skins as a whole. At the same time, the influx of skins into the economy is not changed at all (or not significantly), people that want new skins will continue to open new cases and inflate the market, there is no reason for them to stop. Basically, besides trade up contract and getting trade banned, there is no other real way for skins to exit the market, and with the things I mentioned before, we have inflow > outflow for which is definitely not healthy for the market in the long run. In my opinion, Valve better need to step up and make a skin drain system to balance out this ecosystem, or CS:GO is no different from COD. (Play value long term-wise)
As a result, market price will just keep going down hill until valve step up to do something, should you panic sell right now and quit the scene once and for all? Or take this gambling ban as a round lost, go for an eco round and hope for the best in the future?
tl;dr version
-CS:GO bettable skin does not hold its previous value anymore in the short run and long run
-Another market crash after steam summer sale, cologne 2016 sticker sale
-Supply > Demand in a fked up eco-system that causes items become obsolete in the long run
-Valve needs to step the fk up or face elimination
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Bancor and WAX AMA: Read all the answers !

  1. WAX is partnering with Bancor as with Kyber in order to assure liquidity. However, particular to Bancor--given that Bancor assures ERC20 token liquidity only--what will become of the partnership once WAX moves to its native blockchain as tokens won't be ERC20 anymore? Galia: Bancor also has cross blockchain support in our near term roadmap, and we'll be following our community wherever they need liquidity.
  2. Who are the Wax end users and what will they use the token for? Willia Quigley: The WAX Platform is designed for the 400 million people worldwide who trade virtual items. These virtual items are primary generated from popular online video games. The founders of WAX created the first video game virtual item marketplace in the late 90's. That became the largest video game virtual item marketplace in the world. We then created the largest 'skins' (cosmetic virtual items)marketplace. Both of those marketplaces are centralized and WAX will be the first decentralized marketplace. Lots of reasons why this industry needs to shift to a decentralized model from the current centralized consignment based model that dominates in the industry today.
  3. How will Wax use both Kyber and Bancor? Galia: In our view, the more liquidity, the better. We don't see these solutions as eitheor, but both/and. Through the Bancor Network, WAX Token holders will be able to convert their WAX continuously via a smart contract, based on formulaic prices according to the Bancor Formula. In other decentralized exchanges, they will be able to buy and sell them from/to other holders. Willia Quigley: The key thing to remember when looking at all of these blockchain businesses is that this is an ecosystem. Interoperability is essential for making the blockchain industry thrive
  4. Is the plan to launch connectors for all top erc-20 tokens (regardless of their team's cooperation) by end of year still intact? Guy: Yes
  5. What kind of liquidity can we expect for the Wax Token in the Bancor Network? Eyal: One of the advantages of the Bancor protocol is that the issuer can adjust the liquidity level of the token. The price movements and trade volume can be monitored and the liquidity can be adjusted to balance the volatility as needed.
  6. Have any non blockchain companies/ICOs shown interest in creating tokens? Galia: Yes, the industry is on the verge of mainstream adoption with new players entering the space every day. Some from closer arenas such as gaming and loyalty points, others from as far across the spectrum as you can imagine. Tokenization ultimately is about encapsulating and transferring the potential of a network - very few businesses and verticals that will not ultimately be interested in doing so.
  7. What is the status of bancors cross-chain development? I know that the Team is planning on collaboration with cosmos and Polkadot, are you aware of the wanchain-team? Any specific news on that Front? Galia: Nothing specific to report here, we're aggressively exploring every direction the network can expand to deliver on the promise of liquidity…
  8. Another question for wax: In what games can I use your platform? Willia Quigley: Eithan, good question. The simple answer is that any game that has a tradeable item will work with WAX. There are $50 billion worth of in game virtual items traded annually across several hundred video games globally. I believe WAX will expand this market even more by making it possible for anybody with a website to create an OPSkins like item listing place and use WAX to safely trade that item with another person anywhere in the world.
  9. Will WAX token be a Smart Token or a Token Relay? Galia: WAX will be a Token Relay holding both WAX and BNT as connectors.
  10. Won't WAX's attempt to make any ERC20 token usable on Opskins undermine the very utility of WAX tokens as a currency? I mean, we know that WAX tokens will eventually be utilized within the consensus model later on, but why use WAX tokens now as a currency, if ERC20 tokens (which may be more accessible on exchanges) could have exactly the same function on Opskins? Willia Quigley: Thank you for asking this question Kim. I really appreciate it. As someone who has been an active ICO buyer since MASTERCOIN invented the concept, one thing has deeply troubled me. What is that? That many ICO issuers - as a FINAL product - give the buyers a basic ERC20 token. What is the point of that! You can just use bitcoin or litecoin or any other token for that. WAX tokens power smart contracts. Those smart contracts drive the WAX Platform ecosystem. So the WAX token and the ERC20 token are fundamentally different. We are keeping the ERC20 token around however because once people have it, they are free to use it as a simple medium of exchange. No reason to eliminate it if someone wants to use it for that purpose. Hope this is clear. And I hope you and others will really hold token issuers accountable in the future to not just issue ERC20 tokens as a final product. How does that advance the state of the blockchain ecosystem.
  11. So, there will be a separate blockchain in 2018? Malcolm: Yes, WAX starts with a tradable ERC20 token and then adds its own blockchain in 2018.
  12. how will the ERC20 token and the new WAX token correlate in price and usability? Will the ERC20 token be deemed unusable after the "fork"? Malcolm: The ERC20 token will definitely be stored value and may have additional functions. But as stored value, it will definitely be useful. They will not perform the function of item trading per se, but loading your WAX account (or OPSKins or the thousands of other sites using WAX one day) it will work great.
  13. As It's been stated, WAX does not have a lock-up period for the private pre-sale. So basically the big investors could dump the coins immediately to take home their profits. Willia Quigley: we could talk for a long time about whether lock-ups are valuable, and to whom they are valuable to? The IPO issuers have for years pondered this question. What I can tell you is that there is no evidence that lock-ups are smart or useful for token buyers. Here is an anecdote. My partners and I were the largest buyers of the Ethereum ICO. We watched as it rose from 5 cents at the ICO issue price, to launching at 25 cents to rising to 76 cents. To then collapsing to 15.6 cents or thereabouts. I know a middle aged women - no finance experience - who bought those ETH at between 15.6 cents and 25 cents and held. Who did she buy those ETH from? The so called 'smart money' investors who dumped their ETH right after the ICO - made 5X - and thought they were brilliant. If those smart investors had been locked up, where would all of the ETH supply have been for people like this woman to acquire? My own feelings are that lock ups are not useful nor beneficial to the broader community. They operate like price controls. Distorting the true value of the traded item due to artificial scarcity and potential for manipulation.
  14. So early WAX erc-20 will be primarily currency and "speculation" for holders until blockchain is up? Malcolm: The ERC20 token will have utility. We don't talk about speculation as this is not an investment or security.
  15. Can you expand on the utility? It won't be doing exchanges via Transfer Agents, right? Malcolm: The first Transfer Agent is based on OPSkins current functionality. The TA function will be operated by an API protocol that will connect to the smart contract. The ERC20 token will enable this function to a point, but will not be able to support all functions necessary for a fully formed transaction.
  16. When companies buy token BNT as reserve will bancor make a public announcement for the size of the investment and the date of integration? Such information is crusial and if not made properly and in time could be suspicious (maybe inside trade). Imho all relevant info should be announced the moment of agreement. Galia: We don't announce in advance the timing or quantity of integration BNT purchases as this can create speculation. Teams are free to buy their connector tokens in any way and timing they choose. We of course will announce material milestones to the community such as commitment to adopt the protocol and what parameters have been selected (Token Relay vs. Smart Token, connector width and balance, time of activation.)
  17. When will you activate the token relay? Galia: Regarding timing of the Token Relay activation - the WAX Token distribution will take place 30 days after the end of the Token Sale (Nov. 29th + 30) and the WAXBNT activation will take place in the following week.
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Bancor and WAX AMA: Read all the answers !

  1. WAX is partnering with Bancor as with Kyber in order to assure liquidity. However, particular to Bancor--given that Bancor assures ERC20 token liquidity only--what will become of the partnership once WAX moves to its native blockchain as tokens won't be ERC20 anymore? Galia: Bancor also has cross blockchain support in our near term roadmap, and we'll be following our community wherever they need liquidity.
  2. Who are the Wax end users and what will they use the token for? Willia Quigley: The WAX Platform is designed for the 400 million people worldwide who trade virtual items. These virtual items are primary generated from popular online video games. The founders of WAX created the first video game virtual item marketplace in the late 90's. That became the largest video game virtual item marketplace in the world. We then created the largest 'skins' (cosmetic virtual items)marketplace. Both of those marketplaces are centralized and WAX will be the first decentralized marketplace. Lots of reasons why this industry needs to shift to a decentralized model from the current centralized consignment based model that dominates in the industry today.
  3. How will Wax use both Kyber and Bancor? Galia: In our view, the more liquidity, the better. We don't see these solutions as eitheor, but both/and. Through the Bancor Network, WAX Token holders will be able to convert their WAX continuously via a smart contract, based on formulaic prices according to the Bancor Formula. In other decentralized exchanges, they will be able to buy and sell them from/to other holders. Willia Quigley: The key thing to remember when looking at all of these blockchain businesses is that this is an ecosystem. Interoperability is essential for making the blockchain industry thrive
  4. Is the plan to launch connectors for all top erc-20 tokens (regardless of their team's cooperation) by end of year still intact? Guy: Yes
  5. What kind of liquidity can we expect for the Wax Token in the Bancor Network? Eyal: One of the advantages of the Bancor protocol is that the issuer can adjust the liquidity level of the token. The price movements and trade volume can be monitored and the liquidity can be adjusted to balance the volatility as needed.
  6. Have any non blockchain companies/ICOs shown interest in creating tokens? Galia: Yes, the industry is on the verge of mainstream adoption with new players entering the space every day. Some from closer arenas such as gaming and loyalty points, others from as far across the spectrum as you can imagine. Tokenization ultimately is about encapsulating and transferring the potential of a network - very few businesses and verticals that will not ultimately be interested in doing so.
  7. What is the status of bancors cross-chain development? I know that the Team is planning on collaboration with cosmos and Polkadot, are you aware of the wanchain-team? Any specific news on that Front? Galia: Nothing specific to report here, we're aggressively exploring every direction the network can expand to deliver on the promise of liquidity…
  8. Another question for wax: In what games can I use your platform? Willia Quigley: Eithan, good question. The simple answer is that any game that has a tradeable item will work with WAX. There are $50 billion worth of in game virtual items traded annually across several hundred video games globally. I believe WAX will expand this market even more by making it possible for anybody with a website to create an OPSkins like item listing place and use WAX to safely trade that item with another person anywhere in the world.
  9. Will WAX token be a Smart Token or a Token Relay? Galia: WAX will be a Token Relay holding both WAX and BNT as connectors.
  10. Won't WAX's attempt to make any ERC20 token usable on Opskins undermine the very utility of WAX tokens as a currency? I mean, we know that WAX tokens will eventually be utilized within the consensus model later on, but why use WAX tokens now as a currency, if ERC20 tokens (which may be more accessible on exchanges) could have exactly the same function on Opskins? Willia Quigley: Thank you for asking this question Kim. I really appreciate it. As someone who has been an active ICO buyer since MASTERCOIN invented the concept, one thing has deeply troubled me. What is that? That many ICO issuers - as a FINAL product - give the buyers a basic ERC20 token. What is the point of that! You can just use bitcoin or litecoin or any other token for that. WAX tokens power smart contracts. Those smart contracts drive the WAX Platform ecosystem. So the WAX token and the ERC20 token are fundamentally different. We are keeping the ERC20 token around however because once people have it, they are free to use it as a simple medium of exchange. No reason to eliminate it if someone wants to use it for that purpose. Hope this is clear. And I hope you and others will really hold token issuers accountable in the future to not just issue ERC20 tokens as a final product. How does that advance the state of the blockchain ecosystem.
  11. So, there will be a separate blockchain in 2018? Malcolm: Yes, WAX starts with a tradable ERC20 token and then adds its own blockchain in 2018.
  12. how will the ERC20 token and the new WAX token correlate in price and usability? Will the ERC20 token be deemed unusable after the "fork"? Malcolm: The ERC20 token will definitely be stored value and may have additional functions. But as stored value, it will definitely be useful. They will not perform the function of item trading per se, but loading your WAX account (or OPSKins or the thousands of other sites using WAX one day) it will work great.
  13. As It's been stated, WAX does not have a lock-up period for the private pre-sale. So basically the big investors could dump the coins immediately to take home their profits. Willia Quigley: we could talk for a long time about whether lock-ups are valuable, and to whom they are valuable to? The IPO issuers have for years pondered this question. What I can tell you is that there is no evidence that lock-ups are smart or useful for token buyers. Here is an anecdote. My partners and I were the largest buyers of the Ethereum ICO. We watched as it rose from 5 cents at the ICO issue price, to launching at 25 cents to rising to 76 cents. To then collapsing to 15.6 cents or thereabouts. I know a middle aged women - no finance experience - who bought those ETH at between 15.6 cents and 25 cents and held. Who did she buy those ETH from? The so called 'smart money' investors who dumped their ETH right after the ICO - made 5X - and thought they were brilliant. If those smart investors had been locked up, where would all of the ETH supply have been for people like this woman to acquire? My own feelings are that lock ups are not useful nor beneficial to the broader community. They operate like price controls. Distorting the true value of the traded item due to artificial scarcity and potential for manipulation.
  14. So early WAX erc-20 will be primarily currency and "speculation" for holders until blockchain is up? Malcolm: The ERC20 token will have utility. We don't talk about speculation as this is not an investment or security.
  15. Can you expand on the utility? It won't be doing exchanges via Transfer Agents, right? Malcolm: The first Transfer Agent is based on OPSkins current functionality. The TA function will be operated by an API protocol that will connect to the smart contract. The ERC20 token will enable this function to a point, but will not be able to support all functions necessary for a fully formed transaction.
  16. When companies buy token BNT as reserve will bancor make a public announcement for the size of the investment and the date of integration? Such information is crusial and if not made properly and in time could be suspicious (maybe inside trade). Imho all relevant info should be announced the moment of agreement. Galia: We don't announce in advance the timing or quantity of integration BNT purchases as this can create speculation. Teams are free to buy their connector tokens in any way and timing they choose. We of course will announce material milestones to the community such as commitment to adopt the protocol and what parameters have been selected (Token Relay vs. Smart Token, connector width and balance, time of activation.)
  17. When will you activate the token relay? Galia: Regarding timing of the Token Relay activation - the WAX Token distribution will take place 30 days after the end of the Token Sale (Nov. 29th + 30) and the WAXBNT activation will take place in the following week.
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Bancor and WAX AMA: Read all the answers !

  1. WAX is partnering with Bancor as with Kyber in order to assure liquidity. However, particular to Bancor--given that Bancor assures ERC20 token liquidity only--what will become of the partnership once WAX moves to its native blockchain as tokens won't be ERC20 anymore? Galia: Bancor also has cross blockchain support in our near term roadmap, and we'll be following our community wherever they need liquidity.
  2. Who are the Wax end users and what will they use the token for? Willia Quigley: The WAX Platform is designed for the 400 million people worldwide who trade virtual items. These virtual items are primary generated from popular online video games. The founders of WAX created the first video game virtual item marketplace in the late 90's. That became the largest video game virtual item marketplace in the world. We then created the largest 'skins' (cosmetic virtual items)marketplace. Both of those marketplaces are centralized and WAX will be the first decentralized marketplace. Lots of reasons why this industry needs to shift to a decentralized model from the current centralized consignment based model that dominates in the industry today.
  3. How will Wax use both Kyber and Bancor? Galia: In our view, the more liquidity, the better. We don't see these solutions as eitheor, but both/and. Through the Bancor Network, WAX Token holders will be able to convert their WAX continuously via a smart contract, based on formulaic prices according to the Bancor Formula. In other decentralized exchanges, they will be able to buy and sell them from/to other holders. Willia Quigley: The key thing to remember when looking at all of these blockchain businesses is that this is an ecosystem. Interoperability is essential for making the blockchain industry thrive
  4. Is the plan to launch connectors for all top erc-20 tokens (regardless of their team's cooperation) by end of year still intact? Guy: Yes
  5. What kind of liquidity can we expect for the Wax Token in the Bancor Network? Eyal: One of the advantages of the Bancor protocol is that the issuer can adjust the liquidity level of the token. The price movements and trade volume can be monitored and the liquidity can be adjusted to balance the volatility as needed.
  6. Have any non blockchain companies/ICOs shown interest in creating tokens? Galia: Yes, the industry is on the verge of mainstream adoption with new players entering the space every day. Some from closer arenas such as gaming and loyalty points, others from as far across the spectrum as you can imagine. Tokenization ultimately is about encapsulating and transferring the potential of a network - very few businesses and verticals that will not ultimately be interested in doing so.
  7. What is the status of bancors cross-chain development? I know that the Team is planning on collaboration with cosmos and Polkadot, are you aware of the wanchain-team? Any specific news on that Front? Galia: Nothing specific to report here, we're aggressively exploring every direction the network can expand to deliver on the promise of liquidity…
  8. Another question for wax: In what games can I use your platform? Willia Quigley: Eithan, good question. The simple answer is that any game that has a tradeable item will work with WAX. There are $50 billion worth of in game virtual items traded annually across several hundred video games globally. I believe WAX will expand this market even more by making it possible for anybody with a website to create an OPSkins like item listing place and use WAX to safely trade that item with another person anywhere in the world.
  9. Will WAX token be a Smart Token or a Token Relay? Galia: WAX will be a Token Relay holding both WAX and BNT as connectors.
  10. Won't WAX's attempt to make any ERC20 token usable on Opskins undermine the very utility of WAX tokens as a currency? I mean, we know that WAX tokens will eventually be utilized within the consensus model later on, but why use WAX tokens now as a currency, if ERC20 tokens (which may be more accessible on exchanges) could have exactly the same function on Opskins? Willia Quigley: Thank you for asking this question Kim. I really appreciate it. As someone who has been an active ICO buyer since MASTERCOIN invented the concept, one thing has deeply troubled me. What is that? That many ICO issuers - as a FINAL product - give the buyers a basic ERC20 token. What is the point of that! You can just use bitcoin or litecoin or any other token for that. WAX tokens power smart contracts. Those smart contracts drive the WAX Platform ecosystem. So the WAX token and the ERC20 token are fundamentally different. We are keeping the ERC20 token around however because once people have it, they are free to use it as a simple medium of exchange. No reason to eliminate it if someone wants to use it for that purpose. Hope this is clear. And I hope you and others will really hold token issuers accountable in the future to not just issue ERC20 tokens as a final product. How does that advance the state of the blockchain ecosystem.
  11. So, there will be a separate blockchain in 2018? Malcolm: Yes, WAX starts with a tradable ERC20 token and then adds its own blockchain in 2018.
  12. how will the ERC20 token and the new WAX token correlate in price and usability? Will the ERC20 token be deemed unusable after the "fork"? Malcolm: The ERC20 token will definitely be stored value and may have additional functions. But as stored value, it will definitely be useful. They will not perform the function of item trading per se, but loading your WAX account (or OPSKins or the thousands of other sites using WAX one day) it will work great.
  13. As It's been stated, WAX does not have a lock-up period for the private pre-sale. So basically the big investors could dump the coins immediately to take home their profits. Willia Quigley: we could talk for a long time about whether lock-ups are valuable, and to whom they are valuable to? The IPO issuers have for years pondered this question. What I can tell you is that there is no evidence that lock-ups are smart or useful for token buyers. Here is an anecdote. My partners and I were the largest buyers of the Ethereum ICO. We watched as it rose from 5 cents at the ICO issue price, to launching at 25 cents to rising to 76 cents. To then collapsing to 15.6 cents or thereabouts. I know a middle aged women - no finance experience - who bought those ETH at between 15.6 cents and 25 cents and held. Who did she buy those ETH from? The so called 'smart money' investors who dumped their ETH right after the ICO - made 5X - and thought they were brilliant. If those smart investors had been locked up, where would all of the ETH supply have been for people like this woman to acquire? My own feelings are that lock ups are not useful nor beneficial to the broader community. They operate like price controls. Distorting the true value of the traded item due to artificial scarcity and potential for manipulation.
  14. So early WAX erc-20 will be primarily currency and "speculation" for holders until blockchain is up? Malcolm: The ERC20 token will have utility. We don't talk about speculation as this is not an investment or security.
  15. Can you expand on the utility? It won't be doing exchanges via Transfer Agents, right? Malcolm: The first Transfer Agent is based on OPSkins current functionality. The TA function will be operated by an API protocol that will connect to the smart contract. The ERC20 token will enable this function to a point, but will not be able to support all functions necessary for a fully formed transaction.
  16. When companies buy token BNT as reserve will bancor make a public announcement for the size of the investment and the date of integration? Such information is crusial and if not made properly and in time could be suspicious (maybe inside trade). Imho all relevant info should be announced the moment of agreement. Galia: We don't announce in advance the timing or quantity of integration BNT purchases as this can create speculation. Teams are free to buy their connector tokens in any way and timing they choose. We of course will announce material milestones to the community such as commitment to adopt the protocol and what parameters have been selected (Token Relay vs. Smart Token, connector width and balance, time of activation.)
  17. When will you activate the token relay? Galia: Regarding timing of the Token Relay activation - the WAX Token distribution will take place 30 days after the end of the Token Sale (Nov. 29th + 30) and the WAXBNT activation will take place in the following week.
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Dirty lier fanobets - they kept their lies even their bots already banned 2days ago.

You — Please update your info Albert i wanna withdraw my money as skins, but why im forced to change my money as bitcoin? Albert It seems your Fanobet bot was banned by Valve. You won't be able to withdraw/deposit anymore. Your Fanobet skin account balance will be converted into 65% worth of Bitcoins. This is a normal convertion rate, you would get the same while trying to sell your skins on Opskins and similar websites, because 100$ worth in skins isn’t as valuable as 100$ worth in real money. Accounts will operate with mBTC. 1 Bitcoin = 1000 mBTC. So if you have 100$ on your account, 65% of it will convert into 0,11 Bitcoin (at current exchange rate) and you will have ~110 mBTC on your account then. How Bitcoin currency works and what it is: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bitcoin It’s like real money, because you can use it in online payments. You can also add it to your Steam wallet. First of all you will need to open a Bitcoin wallet. Here's the one for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.bither Here's the one for PC https://multibit.org/ Here's the one for web: https://www.coinbase.com/ Then, you will be able to put your Bitcoin Wallet generated address into your account tab and withdraw your balance. There are also sites where you can buy Bitcoin currency: https://www.coinbase.com/ https://www.bitstamp.net/ https://www.bitfinex.com/ https://www.huobi.com/ Here you can learn about what you can buy with bitcoins. http://www.coindesk.com/information/what-can-you-buy-with-bitcoins/ You — Please update your info i never heard i must change my currency as bitcoin, but heard i should withdraw my money as skins before 8/18 gettin passed. Albert The Valve blocked our bots 2 days ago and we are no longer able to offer skins. But keep in mind that you can use bitcoins to buy/sell skins at sites like Bitskins + Bitcoins price is stable, and items are getting now much cheaper And will continue to do so. You — Please update your info so i want my "skins", not 65% bitcoins. i dont want bitcoins. i want skins. and thats ur guys promises :/ Albert According to the previous message, there is nothing I can do about it now, sorry. If you haven't got any questions I will be closing this chat. Thank you for using Fanobet. Have a nice day!

Why the fuck i have forced to change my money as 65% bitcoin?
They promised to us that we can change our money as cs skins till 8/18 deadline, but after valve did some quick bans they dont risked their money, but our money. What the fuck fanobet? why u guys scamming peoples?
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Bitcoin and Counter Strike, and why I think it could be more mainstream

Bitcoin is used as a currency in tra.ding for one main reason: there are no charge-backs. This means that you don't have to worry about your money disappearing after your receive it. However, what you do need to worry about is getting your money in the first place. Because of that, its ties to the deep web, and its volatility, it is not used more.
However, this post isn't really about bitcoin as a whole, but about a specific feature in bitcoin's protocol that is heavily overlooked in my opinion. This feature is multi-signature wallets. To understand this feature, I am first going to have to explain how bitcoin works normally. (Don't worry, it is really not that complicated)
Imagine the whole bitcoin network as a bank. This bank has many safety deposit boxes that hold it's user's money. To get into a user's safety deposit box, the user needs a key that is held only by that user. That is how bitcoin wallets work. On your computer there is a key that tells the bitcoin network “this wallet is in fact owned by the person trying to send money so it is ok to send the money.” Now, on the other side of the bank, there are also safety deposit boxes. But, instead of just one key being used to open each box, there are two or more keys that are needed to open the box. That is how multi-signature wallets work. Each person in a group has a key and every transaction that you try to send needs to be verified and approved by the other people in your group that also have a key.
That feature is why I really believe bitcoin can be used as a more mainstream tra.ding option in the CS:GO community. For example: John wants to sell his Dragon Lore to Erica for 8.67 BTC (~$2,000). To initiate the trade, Erica creates a multi-signature wallet in which John is a co-signer. Then, Erica sends the 8.67 BTC to that wallet. Now, the money is not accessible to either person unless they agree on where to send it to. Because of this, John can now send the Dragon Lore to Erica, knowing that she cannot get away with the money and the Dragon Lore. After the item is in Erica's inventory, John creates a transaction to send the 8.67 BTC from the shared wallet, to his personal wallet. After Erica approves this transaction, the trade is complete.
“This is all fine and dandy vman, but how exactly do people do something like this?”
Well, with the increasing number of companies getting involved with bitcoin, it has become much easier to use bitcoin's functions. To create a safe multi-signature wallet, I recommend using a service called copay.io. This service was created by a company called BitPay, the bitcoin payment processor OPSkins uses. If you would like to learn how to use Copay.io, I have created a screenshot how-to available here.
If you would like to see Copay's code, it is available open-source here.
P.S. After the big blow up with bitcoin about a year or two ago when it grew to $1,000/BTC, bitcoin has been losing value but is now at a stable price. A price that it has been at for multiple months. What I am trying to say is that you can use bitcoin right now without needing to worry about losing money while holding onto it.
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1skillman1 http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198211688357 SCAMMER

Sorry for my english. His profile : http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198211688357 His reddit profile : https://www.reddit.com/use1skillman1 I close dialog tab,and i think i can't proove something,but just don't make deals with this guy. I try buy keys from this guy : http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198211688357 I gonna buy 100 keys,and we make deal like 1)50% money 2)50% keys and again. I pay via Bitcoins,and i send him money : https://blockchain.info/ru/tx/4a98825f421e172688a5dd2dcf818c2f2925b6929b1a38691bb9a998e439d69b After i send it,he say "After 1 confrimation i accept tradeoffer". Ok,i just wait confrims. And then he say something about double spending and delete me. I try add him,but he just blocked me. Idk anything about double spending,but after payment i just make other payment for opskins and i take error later. (On transaction to him we have 9 transactions) And after confrims he just send money on his other address : https://blockchain.info/ru/address/1Dkr5oZPZXCdFadmgpQSWus2ATvVhkBYgC I add good guy from his friend list,and ask for talk with him. //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// acid: hi Alabaster.: Hello Alabaster.: M8,i got scammed by this guy in your friends http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198211688357 Alabaster.: Can you write to him please? Alabaster.: He block me acid: Tell me what happened, show me proof Alabaster.: I send him 100$ on bitcoins for 50 keys and he delete me acid: proof? acid: of tradeoffer and block Alabaster.: https://blockchain.info/ru/address/1Dkr5oZPZXCdFadmgpQSWus2ATvVhkBYgC Alabaster.: http://imgur.com/a/w1yMQ acid: well that sucks... acid: I once made a logo for him but I dont know if he will give you the keys if i write him Alabaster.: http://imgur.com/a/oHTBy acid: he will probably just block me aswell Alabaster.: Try send him tradeoffer,and if this page open,then he don't block you Alabaster.: If error = block acid: He didnt block me acid: but what do you want me to do acid: If i write him give Alabaster the keys he will block me acid: Is he trading on reddit? Alabaster.: Write to him please, Alabaster says what transaction have confrims,unblock him Alabaster.: I think he just think what i try scam him,but i send him money,and when he take it,he just delete me acid: Do you have his reddit account? Alabaster.: No :c acid: try to find his reddit trading account, and then show proof to the moderators. If he doesnt give the keys he will be banned from reddit trading forever Alabaster.: Just write to him please,i think he just think what i send him fake money and he delete me Alabaster.: Write to him check money Alabaster.: Please acid: Ok i did Alabaster.: Ty m8 acid: hes not answering but he will read it when he sees it Alabaster.: I hope he unblock me and send me my money or give keys :c acid: Also i can tell you, i thought youre a scammer aswell :D Alabaster.: What? acid: everything just seems so fake like buying dopplefade and then private inventory acid: You look like a scammer Alabaster.: It's just look,im not scammer acid: yea i know, but maybe you should change the look of your profile so you dont look like scammer :D Alabaster.: I try to buy 100 keys from him.And i ask for 50% for 50% money,and again. Damn :c Why i don't work 1 by 1? :c Alabaster.: He give answer? acid: no acid: I will go now, i will tell you if he answers. Alabaster.: Ok :( acid теперь имеет статус «В сети». acid: you should have the money back, you refunded it acid теперь имеет статус «Нет на месте». Alabaster.: No acid теперь имеет статус «В сети». Alabaster.: Ask him for unblock him acid: Yes you refunded it twice and the money did not get confirmed Alabaster.: I can't get back my money Alabaster.: Money confrimed Alabaster.: He say that? Alabaster.: he lie Alabaster.: https://blockchain.info/ru/tx/4a98825f421e172688a5dd2dcf818c2f2925b6929b1a38691bb9a998e439d69b Alabaster.: look Alabaster.: 9 confrims Alabaster.: i don't send it twice,i send him,and pay for opskins Alabaster.: And we can see this Alabaster.: my opskins transaction broke Alabaster.: and i just send it again acid теперь имеет статус «В сети». Alabaster.: he take 100$ Alabaster.: 9 confrims Alabaster.: he lie Alabaster.: https://blockchain.info/ru/address/1Dkr5oZPZXCdFadmgpQSWus2ATvVhkBYgC Alabaster.: look acid теперь имеет статус «Нет на месте». Alabaster.: He just send this money on other adress acid теперь имеет статус «В сети». acid: you did double spending Alabaster.: It's just error,coz i make fast sending Alabaster.: I send money to him,and send money to opskins Alabaster.: but he take my money Alabaster.: Look at his address acid: you tried to trick him Alabaster.: He send my money to the other adress Alabaster.: NO acid: you send money to him and opskins? Alabaster.: i send money to him acid теперь имеет статус «Нет на месте». Alabaster.: and after 5 secs i send money on opskins,and i take error about double spending acid теперь имеет статус «Нет на месте». Alabaster.: i close it,wait confrimations and send on opskins again acid теперь имеет статус «В сети». Alabaster.: Just look at his address acid теперь имеет статус «Нет на месте». Alabaster.: He take money,he send it on other address Alabaster.: if he not take it,he can't send it Alabaster.: https://blockchain.info/ru/address/1Dkr5oZPZXCdFadmgpQSWus2ATvVhkBYgC acid теперь имеет статус «В сети». Alabaster.: look Alabaster.: 2 transactions on his address Alabaster.: first - send him money acid: Hm he send me this http://m.imgur.com/a/94NC5 Alabaster.: second - he send money on other acid: and he tells me to stop writing Alabaster.: he fucking scammer!He take my money 9 confrims Alabaster.: please,ask him for unblock me Alabaster.: he send money on other address and say he not take money??? acid: He doesnt want to unblock you Alabaster.: ohhh Alabaster.: I close tab with dialog,how i can proove what he scammer? :c Alabaster.: I try on reddit acid: You probably cant :/ acid: hes mad and doesnt want to talk to me anymore acid: sry i tried but i cant help you Alabaster.: m8,ty anyway.Can i ask you for last please?Can you give him link on reddit when i create report? acid: He will find out anywaS acid: you should try to find out his reddit account/username acid: But i cant help you now sry ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// Talk proof : http://prntscr.com/d4nwh4 I hope i give some proofs for you guys,so just don't make deals with this person.
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[Money] 8BitMan_btc - 76561198091965084

[Money] Other cash fraud (webmoney, bitcoin, etc)

Accused Scammer:
| steamname: 8BitMan #Buying / Selling PINs
| steam3ID: [U:1:131699356]
| steamID32: STEAM_0:0:65849678
| steamID64: http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198091965084
| customURL: http://steamcommunity.com/id/8BitMan_btc
| steamrep: http://steamrep.com/profiles/76561198091965084
Scam Reporter:
| steamname: Noodles (I Love You Max)
| steam3ID: [U:1:105101879]
| steamID32: STEAM_0:1:52550939
| steamID64: http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198065367607
| customURL: http://steamcommunity.com/id/Asianboinumber1
| steamrep: http://steamrep.com/profiles/76561198065367607
Details of Scam:
He stole butterfly case hardened. Gave me codes that didnt work for opskins and is a liar. He also says he has tons of trade on cs but probabaly doesnt and is a major liar. DO NOT TRADE WITH THIS GUY HE WILL SCAM YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!​
Images/Evidence:
Source: http://forums.steamrep.com/threads/report-76561198091965084-csgo-counter-strike-global-offensive-items.121213/
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WAX to bring mass adoption to Blockchain and Crypto?⎮OPSkins⎮ FREE BITCOIN OR OPSKINS BALANCE (NOT A CLIKCBAIT) Problem on Opskins. Problem with withdrawing bitcoins from bitskins to a bitcoin wallet! (Help needed!) Lohnt es sich noch in WAX zu investieren? Bitcoin und Kryptowährungen 2018

23 votes and 18 comments so far on Reddit Not only quick services on exchange bitcoin transaction but also we are providing simple interface to transfer bitcoin to paypal account. you can easily convert crypto to fiat cash through this platform. thousands of satisfied customers are the our ambassadors who are suggesting people to sell ethereum with us. We are best at ethereum to western union transfer, we have huge reserves in our ... Where others dare not go: OPSkins’ CEO thrives on making decisions under uncertainty. by Brian Nordli. April 30, 2018 . OPSkins CEO William Quigley has built his career on doing things people have never done before. As a venture capitalist at Idealab, he led investments in several consumer companies during the early days of the internet. Now at OPSkins, he’s at the forefront of blockchain ... Please wait for at least 5 working days before contacting our support. Please mind that banks do not process any transactions on the weekend. Thus your transactions which have been made on thursday or friday usually arrive on the beginning of the next week at our bank account. If you have not been credited any money after 3 (or 5 for SWIFT) working days, please contact our support with ... Not sure if this is an issue for you but you need to complete some level of KYC (provide your actual details) to them before you can cash out via anything except Paypal. In Opskins you could just cashout without any other requirements but you need to to do this in Bitskins before you can cashout. Just a heads up!

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