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  1. Thanks Venom. I'll do just that.
  2. I downloaded the BRM App on my husbands Iphone and then on my andriod. Went thru the KYC process and the bonus CSC were depostied on my android and the app works fine. On my husbands iphone still hasnt received the CSC bonus and the screen is greyed out, cannot do anything in the app. Anyone else having ios issues?? TIA
  3. https://coil.com/p/wietse/XRPL-Labs-will-launch-XUMM-wallet-platform-for-the-CasinoCoin-blockchain-too/HA19unNhj Love it!!!!
  4. I tried to post this over the weekend, but for some reason, when I click the "insert other media" button and copy the url into it; is doesn't do anything when I click "insert into post". I'm sure I'm doing something wrong. Anyway, there is a link within this article that takes you to another article from igamingbusiness. Read that. It explains that the MGA is commencing it's second phase of the sandbox framework, which is designed to "explore the use of cryptocurrency by licensed gaming operators". In this "phase two", the regulator will accept applications for innovative technology arrangements (ITA's). It goes on to explain what is required by the operator in order to participate. It seems that without an operator to work with CSC will not be able to participate. I started a thread a handful of days ago regarding whether or not CSC being out of the sandbox was a problem. The consensus was "it isn't" although the more I read about what's involved in this I'm still not sure. I know CSC didn't lose the operator as a partner and I know that it was issues related to the partner that disallowed CSC to participate in the sandbox, but I was hopeful that they would have been able to obtain another operator to work with and eventually get involved. Daniel did pop in the thread to explain a little bit and also mentioned that they're still trying to get it done. That said, CSC's platform is being used in the real world (i.e. cammegh) so perhaps it doesn't matter. Thanks team and keep up the great work!
  5. Thank you my friend!!! Yea, when I said "lost" I meant for the participation in the sandbox; not that they completely "lost" them as a partner. Glad you clarified for others though. Also, good point about Cammegh. The tech implemented in the real world is better than any sandbox.
  6. Hi Everyone; I hope this message finds that all of you have been doing well. I've gotten pretty busy with my business so I apologize in advance if this has been common knowledge for a while. I briefly looked around and couldn't find anything; so I thought I'd check in with my CSC friends. I saw a while back that CSC lost their partner that was going to participate in the sandbox with them. This didn't have anything to do with CSC, but rather the partner had to back out due to thier circumstances that I don't think were revealed. My questions are: 1. Was this a situation where being that the partner couldn't participate, that completely put CSC out of participating in the sandbox or would/did CSC have an opportunity to secure another partner to participate with them? 2. If this turn of events did prevent CSC from participating in the sandbox, does it matter? In other words, does the fact that CSC cannot now participate in the sandbox put them "behind" so to speak? Or, is this a "neutral" (not bad or good) kind of situation? Thanks in advance!!!
  7. I voted "yes" for the USA, but it needs a bit of an explanation. Up until last year, only in Nevada. Last year the US Supreme Court ruled on line sports betting (sportsbooks) is now legal. Some states have already jumped on board (i.e. New Jersey & PA). I live in PA and we're now starting to see commercials for on-line sportsbooks. I joined one, but I still keep my off-shore books, because I travel a lot and can't use that one when my IP will come up "out of state". Keep in mind I'm almost certain that the supreme court ruling ONLY applies to on-line sportsbooks and no other types of on-line betting. Keep up the great work Daniel!!!!
  8. Thanks guys. Yea my better half is very smart about this stuff. I do the research and make all the investment decisions and she handles all the custody. We own a lot of crypto and she has like five ledgers nano S's and spreads each coin across them (i.e. there is "X" amount of XRP in each of the ledgers incase something happens to one of them).
  9. Thanks LaGonze. No I NEVER hold anything on an exchange. I got it figured out though. I checked with the wife when she came home (she handles all the custody) and she informed me she has our CSC holdings spread across multiple wallets. My apologies for the false alarm. Thanks again.
  10. Hi everyone. It's been a while so I hope all of you are doing well. Is it possible some got missed on this list, because I'm not on it (and yes I own enough)? Thanks in advance!
  11. I invested in the ICO so I follow them. They also will also be going live in 41 states in the US (no date for the unveiling yet), and since over the summer the US Supreme Court made sports betting legal, they are expecting some good expansion. Since it's now legal in the US they are looking forward to a national governing body to be formed to provide a path to for esports betting in the casinos. For a long time they have had a venue at the MGM Grand and have plans to open more venues in other casinos. The cool thing about Unikrn is that it allows for gamers to wager on themselves; so the video game tourneys at the casinos is looking like it's going to be just as big as the poker tourneys. They aren't doing what CSC is doing; so ATM they're not competition, but as other have mentioned they certainly can become competition. They're doing a great job at establishing themselves and gaining trust in the industry (they're based in Seattle, WA). Only time will tell how this develops. Like XRP, they're is one lawsuit that was filed for selling unlicensed securities, but it's clearly frivolous. I don't get the whole betting on esports either, but the market is huge and expected to grow a in the billions over the next few years so don't sell it short. A lot of current and former sports stars such as Michael Jordan invest big in this stuff. I'm a huge sports fan and if you take notice all the NBA, NFL, etc. players are big gamers (they're still kids after all). I am confused about one thing though. They have a Malta Gaming Authority Wagering License. I thought this didn't even open until November 1st. My apologies in advance if I misread something.
  12. I just sent Daniel a PM regarding what Kracken needs. Daniel, please let me know that you got the PM or if you had any trouble with my attachment. Thanks in advance. Alcar
  13. In my post I suggested that anyone on Kracken should e-mail them as I have. Scratch that. They said won't help. However, I did get the e-mail that only developers can use to request that Kracken lists them. The e-mail also includes the information that they need from the developer. I'm going to PM Daniel with this information and he and the team can take it from there.
  14. I do a lot of business through Kracken. I think they're awesome. They are very open to folks to recommending "coins" they want them to list; so I recommended CSC. Most importantly, they don't charge any listing fees. They insist that their criteria when choosing to list a "coin" is all about the project, team and use case. I can't imagine them looking at CSC and saying "no". If anyone is on Kracken, please recommend CSC to them. I'm sure if they hear it enough; it might trigger someone at Kracken to take a look. Thanks in advance.
  15. Hi Everyone; I just wanted to come in to apologize to anyone here and the CSC Team for my posts last night. I don't normally post on forums such as these and clearly I have a lot to learn about doing so. I truly didn't mean for anything to come across in any negative kind of way, but it did to some and I take full responsibility. As I've said, I've been in CSC for quite some time and have spent a lot of time and effort trying to educate people about this great project. I was part of the "zerp" thread over at XRP Chat and when they initially started talking about CSC the sentiment was, "here's a cheap coin, let's pump this puppy". After some time, the sentiment changed to, "Whoa, this is a solid project and team that's worldly of a long time hold". Eventually I start chiming in as a veteran CSC holder to help those that had questions. My main talking points were always the use case, the experienced and connected team and advisors, no ICO, they're non-profit and their "no hype" approach. I'm also actually a little proud that I was one of the people that started the buzz (not in the "Zerp" thread) over at XRP chat to get this forum going and thanks to Carlo, Honey, Daniel, etc. it got done. Regrading my comments on the marketing; the "no hype" thing is mentioned a lot by folks here (including me) and the team makes it clear that they won't "hype" the project, which is a part of why I'm confident in this project and team. I only wanted to make a soft point that there's nothing wrong with creating some awareness. Some of you took me the wrong way and that's my fault. I went way too far in stating my point and I'm truly sorry. Regarding my comments on the professionalism as it related to the teams' dress and presentation quality; I'm traveling for business and knew I wouldn't be able to listen to the chat until this weekend. Last night I came into this thread to see the comments from the folks that did see it so I could get an idea of what was covered. I read multiple comments from some to the likes of, "they looked like a bunch of bums". There were also some negative comments regarding the presentation and lack of information. I have seen EVERY talk, chat AMA, etc. that the CSC team has done and it was always casual and I never thought anything of it. I tried my best to make it clear that I didn't see the chat yet and that when I do see it I may end up thinking it was perfectly fine. I only meant to say that IF the level of professionalism was as poor as some made it sound, it's unacceptable. I know I said more than that and it's precisely why it's my fault, I apologize and take full responsibility. I had no business commenting on this. Believe me, the team's professionalism (or lack there of) has never been on my radar at all. Regarding a comment I made when responding to Pyeball's reaction to my post, which is below: "I invest in stocks and each quarter they have an investors meeting via a conference call or a live stream kind of like the AMA's and stuff they do in the crypto world. They always dress and present themselves professionally. Now, in the crypto space, we're not called investors. That would implicate the coin being a stock and we're investing in a company. In the crypto space, we're strategically called a "community". You and I both know we're investors. And, as investors ( or a community) I think we're owed a certain level of professionalism as well as a certain amount of information." I have no excuse for this. I know better than to go down this road in any way, shape or form; especially with the sensitive legal circumstances that currently surround this space. And Luke was exactly right to single out this comment and address it in the way that he did. And, trust me, I know that owning any coin doesn't give the holder any interest or rights to anything and as a holder the team behind the project has no obligation to anyone who holds the coin. Hopefully, my past posts on here and over at XRP Chat for those who may remember; solidifies for some of you that my posts from last night were not meant to be a cancer in this forum. At the end of the day however, I posted what I posted and all I can do is take responsibility for it, apologize for it and assure everyone that it won't happen again. And let me be clear, I could give a s**t what anyone thinks of me and I won't ever apologize for who I am and what I believe. However, I'm also man enough to acknowledge it when I've made a mistake and own up to it. The reason I'm apologizing here is because in the fresh light of day, I think that anyone who reacted to negatively to my post from last night are was fair. My apology is owed to them and the CSC Team. Hopefully that's enough. I'd like to thank in advance all those who take the time to read this post. I'll still come here, because overall it's a great community that's doing a great job with sharing information and putting forth great discussions. You all have my commitment that moving forward, I will remain a "low key" presence here; so as to avoid further messes. If I do make a post, I'll be very careful and think it through more than once before doing so. Have a great evening everyone!! Alcar
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