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Its all good guys.. Thanks for the input.. Ill look further into the customization of csc.. As this has to be the bomb shell if this is worth investing in. Thanks guys.. Cya

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1 minute ago, XRP said:

seriously lol his posts were nothing but sarcastic and adding nothing to the thread.. But ok.. Lets rally against the new guy asking critical questions.. Because he used the word moron.. Which he edited and appologized for. But lets stay focused on my inappropriate language and closing the thread..

Back to topic. What Exactly is it that want to understand that you do not understand about CSC?
You remind me of one of my co-workers that alwways has to have all the answers. And after that still asks questions that cannot be answered.
One makes a decision on what one knows and understands. If not.
Spend the rest of your life standing on one leg.

 

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20 minutes ago, XRP said:

Its all good guys.. Thanks for the input.. Ill look further into the customization of csc.. As this has to be the bomb shell if this is worth investing in. Thanks guys.. Cya

What was this? What happened? And what is the customization of csc ?

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3 hours ago, XRP said:

Good luck with getting people to join a community that cant explain why the coin they hold has any value.. Im 100% positive i gamble more online than any of you.

Good luck getting help when you've got an attitude like this. First off, choose your post title wisely. We aren't here to sell you on anything. We're community members - not CSC salespeople, and have done our own research. Despite that, many members have gone out of their way to answer you in some detail. You seem to have the answers that you're willing to accept - they're all your own.

Since you called yourself dum dum, we'll leave it at that. BTW, it's though not thou !

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1 hour ago, XRP said:

Im describing the current online gambling experience. If i want to deposit 1k.. I send the btc to my wallet given to me by the operator. It literally is on the platform in seconds.. Maybe a min or 2 tops. Cost pennys most the time from my blockchain wallet. When i cashout to btc from the operator.. It takes up to 48 hours to process but most the time arpund 24 hours or less.. Once they send me an email saying its been approved it will be in my btc wallet in 15 mins or less. And i always immediately check my wallet and its always already been there so who knows how long it actually takes. So its never been an issue of slow transactions. Maybe slow processing.. And those withdraws are free and covered by operator.

Your BTC deposit is probably credited to your account at the operator you are gambling with, to ensure you don't get bored waiting and go off to do something else while you wait!  The operator takes the risk that the BTC is on it's way to them eventually through the blockchain - but if you actually check the blockchain for your deposit, it won't have been processed to their address in "a min or 2 tops".  BTC doesn't work like that.

The operator doesn't particularly care - it knows it is likely to get processed to them in the blockchain eventually - and in the meantime, if you win big, you can bet they won't release your winnings to you for withdrawal until your deposit has truly arrived anyway!  There is a risk to the operator that the BTC never arrives, of course...

Enter CSC and the BRM.  Solves all the above operator risks, and truly allows instant deposit (credited on the ledger in seconds) and instant withdrawals (credited again in seconds), all without any operator "processing" time ("upto 48 hours to process" - really?), because KYC & AML is already complete and your actual deposit has been verified received in the first place.

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Everyone get back to topic otherwise I will lock it up. There are no stupid questions, please ask as much as you want ! Digging holes in a project it's a good thing.

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2 hours ago, XRP said:

Im describing the current online gambling experience. If i want to deposit 1k.. I send the btc to my wallet given to me by the operator. It literally is on the platform in seconds.. Maybe a min or 2 tops. Cost pennys most the time from my blockchain wallet. When i cashout to btc from the operator.. It takes up to 48 hours to process but most the time arpund 24 hours or less.. Once they send me an email saying its been approved it will be in my btc wallet in 15 mins or less. And i always immediately check my wallet and its always already been there so who knows how long it actually takes. So its never been an issue of slow transactions. Maybe slow processing.. And those withdraws are free and covered by operator.

Buying and selling CSC will be done through BRM no need for exchange,it will be done by 3rd party process who will handle everything. Getting CSC using fiat transfer or CC will be fast, so exchanging back to fiat and withdrawing to your account no need to wait 48h.

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1 hour ago, Marco said:

Buying and selling CSC will be done through BRM no need for exchange,it will be done by 3rd party process who will handle everything.

That's the part I'm ver interested in.

Could you shed some light on the 3rd party process and how there will be enough liquidity of CSC vs. fiat?

(I'm not a gambler, so I don't intend to spend my CSC in an online casino. I do want to sell them against fiat at some point and I am concerned about the process.)

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11 minutes ago, dabiggapicta said:

That's the part I'm ver interested in.

Could you shed some light on the 3rd party process and how there will be enough liquidity of CSC vs. fiat?

(I'm not a gambler, so I don't intend to spend my CSC in an online casino. I do want to sell them against fiat at some point and I am concerned about the process.)

I will tell you what I know or how i think might be, BRM will be using a 3rd party payment process which will connect with an exchange and buy/sell CSC at market price , how it will be internally it's very difficult for anyone to guess . But processor is the one that will take care of conversion from fiat to CSC and vice versa. However people who don't play or aren't in the permitted jurisdiction might not be able to utilize BRM as fiat exit point.

 

 

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On 12/20/2018 at 10:45 PM, Marco said:

will be using a 3rd party payment process which will connect with an exchange and buy/sell CSC at market price ,

Yep. That's what I was thinking, too. Sort of an aggregator of exchanges.

On 12/20/2018 at 10:45 PM, Marco said:

However people who don't play or aren't in the permitted jurisdiction might not be able to utilize BRM as fiat exit point. 

That would be bad, tbh. But then again, somewhat understandable. Most of us don't buy CSC now for future online gambling, so... I kinda get this potential restriction.

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2 hours ago, dabiggapicta said:

That would be bad, tbh. But then again, somewhat understandable. Most of us don't buy CSC now for future online gambling, so... I kinda get this potential restriction.

How would that be bad ? Players get to buy using BRM , because it's for gaming industry. Anyone else just gets it on exchange, just like any other coin , just like we do it now 😉

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4 hours ago, Marco said:

How would that be bad ? Players get to buy using BRM , because it's for gaming industry. Anyone else just gets it on exchange, just like any other coin , just like we do it now 😉

fair enough.

"bad" in a sense bad for me. I was thinking that BRM is more reliable than any exchange. BRM has got more reputanional risk.

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2 hours ago, dabiggapicta said:

fair enough.

"bad" in a sense bad for me. I was thinking that BRM is more reliable than any exchange. BRM has got more reputanional risk.

<communication>
Is sometimes hard to accomplish. Why use the BRM when not being a Gambler? If not thinking of it as a shortcut to converting CSC to FIAT?
</communication>

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11 hours ago, Zenkert said:

<communication>
Is sometimes hard to accomplish. Why use the BRM when not being a Gambler? If not thinking of it as a shortcut to converting CSC to FIAT?
</communication>

I would consider it a shortcut. a pretty good one actually

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On 12/20/2018 at 5:46 AM, XRP said:

Hi everyone, i just recently came across this csc project and did some digging. This is not meant to be FUD and just an honest post. I am just not seeing the purpose for this coin. I gamble now and use crypto for deposits and withdraws. Its fast and easy. The only thing that seems to be a bit of an advantage is the bank roll manager and the ability to move around on the network. But a few problems with that. 1) you have to get the platforms to join. 2) players dont use too many platforms, there is really no need to hop around in and out. Many players i have talked to like the idea of depositing and withdrawing using crypto but dont like the idea of gambling with crypto. I understand that this might change in the near future, but what is the advantage of using csc over btc, eth, or xrp? Seems like a very tall order for csc to succeed at any level. Am i missing something? Please sell me on thos project. I would love to get in at such a cheap price. It just appears to me the price is cheap for a reason, and no reason to not keep stacking xrp. Thanks for any responses. Keep it friendly guys not trying to ruin your party, sell me and ill join!

I wouldn’t buy this terrible CSC if I were you.....

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

i want it all to myself and don’t want you buying the cheap ones.

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On 1/1/2019 at 5:24 AM, KMACMcGrath said:

I wouldn’t buy this terrible CSC if I were you.....

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

i want it all to myself and don’t want you buying the cheap ones.

Bu.... bu..... bu.... I dont know why you are being so mean to me. I just want you to tell me why you deserve the priviledge of my presence in your community 😞 You won't survive without me.....

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Read this whole thread and I still don't understand the value proposition of the coin. Do people use the coin in their wallets while gambling? If I'm gambling, I'd want my dollars to remain stable and consistent, no? I'm not a gambler so feel free to help me out. I'm digging through the forum but haven't yet figured out the use of CSC specifically. I get the blockchain AML/KYC stuff, but the coin itself. What does it do for gamblers?

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