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Qoinpro is an old exchange that gives interest-based coins to those who keep them in the wallet of the site. The site has updated and come back again, now you can register and you already have a free amount in your starting account, and just leave it accumulating every day and when you have a good balance make the withdrawal, you can invite people and increase your daily interest rate. And to participate in the airdrops of the site go in Profile, enter your name of the Telegram and enter the official group.
By Jessica Rae
RollerCoin is a mini-game site in simulated mining mode.
It can be used 100% free and is very easy to use.
People can also buy mining equipment into the game to boost their base hashrate and help them climb the leaderboard and make it easier to be competitive.
The site is a part of the block advertising earnings that will be extracted every 5 minutes or so.
The goal is to have a maximum of GH / s to reach the top of the leaderboard and be the best.
The site also allows you to buy miners to maximize your fun (It makes the game cost money though).
This site allows people to get paid a bit by referring users to help the site earn more from ads as it grows in popularity.
The GH/s won by playing games are lost after 24 hours.
Only miners keep their rates for life.
This is a game that you can earn a little at to make it fun or if your goal is to reach the top you can make it pay to play. It is just a fun game and therefore not a Ponzi scheme. How can a game be a doubtful game unless you're just being mean.
ETH.TOWN is an Ethereum game where you play as a realtor buying out floors for certain crypto-companies in a crypto-business tower!
It's a blockchain game (like CryptoKitties) with unique game features and amazing quality.
plus Infernal Cauldrons Mini-Game
With the emergence of Bitcoin and the suspicions about it, also appeared the sites casinos that accept the criptomoedas. Over time it was developed and even pressured the sites had a way of proving that they were not taking a total advantage over their players, and came the algorithms of provably fair, based on mixing a hash of a player with another hash of the site in a server converting these strings into numbers calculating and generating "unbiased" results, the websites even show the algorithms used in calculations and how to prove that the result was true after rolling ... But the question is: Do we know that advanced programmers know how to design a system that even using hashs can direct the rolls in certain conditions in casinos, for example when a player is spending too much time in the same strategy, or when he is profiting a lot, or even has appeared in faucet sites to recover the coins collected. .. Even though I have researched technical explanations on the subject, I still do not convince myself that the sites are not so al How does this work? And how can we handle it in a way that minimizes losses? What is your strategy?