Bitcoin Gambling in the USA – Legality Aspect

Bored? Looking for something to do? Start with this list of things to do in the Sacramento area.

(Credit for the below list has to be given to u/BurritoFueled, who created the original list in 2014 and updated it a year later. Almost two-thirds of the items below are still from that original list. All I’ve done with the list is revive it a little bit by updating dead links and making little tweaks when necessary. Also, thanks to those that submitted new additions to the list last week. Over a third of the below items are new and a lot of the original items have had newer information added onto them.)
People are always looking for something to do around here. Maybe you’re a transplant, unaware of what this area has to offer, or maybe you’re a lifelong resident, tired of the same old thing. Well friend, if you fall into the latter category, do not despair. There’s actually plenty of things to do in the Sacramento area – things of interest to almost any lifestyle, personality, or budget.
So, whether you’re an athlete, geek, eccentric, hipster, weirdo, sexual deviant or just a normal person looking for a new activity, below is a list of activities for you to try. Please note that it includes only activities that take place at least a few times a year – no one-off events or festivals here.
Enjoy this list. If you have any suggestions of your own to add, comment below in this thread. I'll try to keep this as up to date as possible.
Away we go.
UPDATED 10-6-20
(Note: Due to the current pandemic, some of these activities may be curtailed or not offered at all.)
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Notable Black People in the Bitcoin Community

Notable Black People in the Bitcoin Community
We are now in an era where most people on the street have heard of Bitcoin and understand the very basics of what a cryptocurrency is. However, when many people think about users of Bitcoin, there’s a stereotypical person who comes to mind. As the Black Lives Matter movement begins to take hold and sweep the nation demanding change, many people of color are quick to discount Bitcoin, but the reality is, there are many notable black Americans who abundantly use and support the currency as well as advocate that Bitcoin is for everyone.
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Bitcoin is for Everyone

When discussing Bitcoin in general, many people believe it’s only for those anti-government libertarians who want to engage in illegal activities, but there’s simply no truth in that statement. Bitcoin is simply a money transfer system backed by a public ledger and quantifiable technology. Have you ever used a pre-paid card? A payday loan? Or a currency exchange booth? Chances are, you have, and if so—well Bitcoin has the potential to offer a cheaper version of all of these currency services if used to its full potential. Shawn Wilkinson, the founder of Storj (a cloud storage service) advocates its massive potential especially in online microloans. He thinks that cryptocurrency as a whole has a lot of power to change the way even the most impoverished communities use money, regardless of race.

Edwardo Jackson

Edwardo Jackson is perhaps one of the most notable black Bitcoin enthusiasts out there. In fact, he is so passionate about the currency, he currently runs a blog called Blacks in Bitcoin. Jackson is a Las Vegas resident and professional poker player, but found his love of Bitcoin while he was a writer for Upworthy in 2013. Jackson believes Bitcoin is still in the early adoption phase and thinks that now is most definitely the time for anyone who is thinking of getting into it to buy in. Currently, Jackson has developed his own blockchain based technology known as CD3D which is a decentralized app-based token which you can use in a game where instead of betting on sports, or the outcomes of elections, you vote on actors and actresses and win money based on their box office performance. This game is still under development and you can check the CinemaDraft websites for updates on when it may be opened for play. Jackson prides himself in his Bitcoin knowledge and wishes to educate everyone about it, so much so, he even hands out his personal phone number to anyone who asks so they can call him if they have questions.

Richard Sherman

You read that right, Richard Sherman, NFC Championship playing defensive back, is a Bitcoin fanatic! Sherman was born in Compton; California and it became clear early on he was destined to be a sports player. He achieved many high school records not only in football, but also as part of his school’s track team. Sherman received a scholarship to attend Stanford university where he played on their team from 2006-2010. In 2011, Sherman was signed by the Seattle Seahawks and played with the team for many years until 2018 when he signed a 39-million-dollar contract with the 49ers. He is very public about his love of cryptocurrency and his many investments in the technology field, so much so, he even takes Bitcoin for payment in his online store for all of his Seahawks and 49ers merchandise.

Reggie Middleton

Reggie Middleton is an American entrepreneur and CEO of Vertiseum. Middleton’s claim to fame began in the early 2000’s as a financial writer for the Huffington Post. In 2011, he left his job there to start his own company and blog, Boom Bust Blog. He was an early adopter of Bitcoin, citing that its ability to be quickly, and largely, transferred making it one of the best methods of currency currently on the market. He also advocates how safe and cheap it is to transfer Bitcoin as opposed to using cash or the banking system, which has many caveats and difficulties as well as rising costs. Just think, to make a transfer from one bank to the other you either need to withdraw cash and physical drive it from one bank to another to avoid massive fees. If fees don’t scare you, you can wire the money, but this still takes gas, time, and often times there are limits on the amount you can transfer. Bitcoin solves all of these problems. Middleton loves crypto currencies so much, he founded Vertiseum, an Ultracoin technology. Although the legalities of his ICO are currently under scrutiny, Middleton still stands behind his advocacy of cryptocurrencies and posts many YouTube videos educating the public on the many uses of them in everyday life.
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Black Influencers to Follow

Want to learn more about Bitcoin before you dive right in? Understandable! There are many influencers of color who know a lot about the cryptocurrency world! Check out Dr. Boyce Watkins, a financial scholar who offers numerous courses in cryptocurrency for beginners as well as an internet club for investors. He also runs Financial Juneteenth, a cryptocurrency group specifically for black investors and it is currently one of the largest cryptocurrency-based communities on the internet, so make sure you pay it a visit!
Lamar Wilson is another notable influencer, widely known for building his own blockchain company Hijro, as well as a cryptocurrency wallet, back before it was even cool! He contributes abundantly to the Financial Juneteenth group listed above, as well as teaches a class about investing in cryptocurrencies on the Black Business School site.
Also follow Ian Balina, a man famous for his unique approach to ICO’s thanks to his analytics background and former employment at IBM. He currently leads a global cryptocurrency investor syndicate, and posts content on YouTube, Twitter, and Instagram. Balina’s content is so revolutionary that he has been featured in numerous articles in many different magazines, most notably Forbes and Huffington Post.
If after following all of these people you are still a little lost when it comes to cryptocurrency, don’t worry! It’s a confusing field at first. Just remember that cryptocurrency is for everyone and it make take time to learn about the ins and outs of the high-level technology. There are many websites which offer free guides you can take advantage of to help you find your way. So, subscribe to a few of them, investigate your questions, and you’ll be a cryptocurrency pro in no time!
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Fantasy Crypto Sports by NoLimitCoin (and overview of NLC2)

I know that it doesn't make a whole lot of sense to post this where people are already "in the know" about NLC2, but I figured I would put it here in case anybody interested in NLC2 stumbles upon it in this subreddit.
This is going to be a long post so brace yourself. I will first be speaking about the release of the Fantasy Crypto game, since that is obviously what pertains the most to those of us interesting in cryptocurrency, but will go into further detail about NLC2 and the goals for the rest of their platform.
So what is Fantasy Crypto? Well, NLC is a fantasy sports platform, but they recently released a game that revolves around cryptocurrency rather than sports. It's certainly not perfect (you can't control position sizes yet, for example), but the idea is that you create a team (portfolio) of 5 coins, enter contests which have specific start and end times (currently there are weekly and daily contests, but they want to release hourly ones as well), and then winners are decided based one who had the portfolio with the largest growth. It's basically what crypto already is for most of us - a game.
But the NoLimit team has given us not only the fantasy sports platform which facilitates actual betting with real money, but also a free version. It's a great way for people new to crypto to learn about markets (or fantasy sports) and it's even an option for long time investors to experiment with different coin picks without actually investing any money. The platform also has basic information about all the coins as well as direct links to their websites and social media. Overall this is a seriously good way to get started in crypto before you spend a dime. Possibly the coolest thing about this, though, is that if you win even on the free platform, you will win NLC2 tokens. Right now first place payout for the weekly contest is 100 NLC2 (which is roughly $10 of crypto) with smaller payouts for 2nd, 3rd, etc. If you place as low as 51st place you will receive 5 NLC2. With 500 slots for entry and 51 of them paying out a prize, that's a 10% chance of winning even if you're just randomly entering teams. And you're allowed 5 teams - so your odds are actually more than 10%. Given that it takes minutes to register a FREE account, build a portfolio, and throw it in the contest, this is a pretty easy way to grab some free crypto. The whole reason they're giving away all these coins is simply to create greater attention for NLC2 - they're doing the same thing with their free platform for fantasy sports. More on that later.
If you signup now, they give you some free NLC2. A while ago this was 20 NLC2, but recently it's dropped to 10. In the recent Cryptolove video I saw with their CEO he said it's meant to go down over time and he seemed to imply it would be 5 soon. So if this is something you're interested in, you can get a little bit of extra dosh by signing up sooner than later. Signup link here
Oh and there's a referral system as you can see, but the referral payout only works if people you refer use the paid platform. Well, that's what I think, anyway. I haven't had any referrals so I really can't say. Just one more way to encourage spread of adoption. The platform itself is quite straightforward, but basically in order to start playing you just need to make some teams and then enter them in the contests. Go to My Teams and then Create Team at the top (it seems you can make as many teams as you want). Then go to Contests and then Lobby, and hit Enter next to any contest that you can. Then simply pick one of your teams on the left, and Enter Contest on the right. Also note that you can actually enter up to 5 teams for the weekly contest. So definitely make 5 different teams to increase your odds of winning. This is probably only a good idea on the free platform though, since each entry is... well, obviously, free.
The one major concern that I've personally had with the idea of the crypto betting platform specifically is: why would somebody bet on crypto prices through a fantasy sports platform instead of just, you know, investing in the coins themselves? Well I realized there are actually two crowds that this concept actually caters to.
First, you have your people who are already using the NLC platform for fantasy sports - betting on cryptos is one more itch they can scratch. Sports betting takes time - we have to wait days/weeks for scores to be tallied and results on the platform to become available. What can you do in the down time? Daily or even hourly crypto betting. And they won't really have to do anything much from the norm. The platform is the same, the NLC2 for betting is the same, you just hop over to a different part of the website and bet away.
And there is one more crowd which must be considered. There are a lot of people who don't get into crypto because learning about all the different exchanges and all the different wallets for every coin is too overwhelming. It's a pretty big leap for the average Joe to start using Coinbase, let alone figure out how to obtain and safely store something like OmiseGO. Case in point, most people who even DO get into this stuff just leave their coins on exchanges. Anyway, NLC's crypto game is a pretty good workaround for this. You think OmiseGO is going to moon? Create an account on the user-friendly NL fantasy sports website instead of the intimidating Bittrex. Buy some NLC2 directly with your credit card and use it to bet on OMG instead of figuring out how to buy Bitcoin on Coinbase, sending your BTC it to a different exchange, and then trading your BTC for OMG, and then ideally moving your OMG into your own wallet. If you're right on OMG going up, you make a profit just the same as you would have by actually figuring out how to obtain OMG. With zero technical know-how about exchanges and wallets, you're able to make a profit on the idea of OMG going up.
So now that we have the Fantasy Crypto platform out of the way, how about NLC2 in as an actual cryptocurrency? Ultimately, NLC2 does not do anything particularly groundbreaking with blockchain or crypto technology, but due to the low fees and near instant transaction times it allows them, they are able to outperform all competitors in their booming (and continuing to grow) industry. Because they use NLC2 instead of FIAT for betting and for payouts, they are able to have HALF OR LOWER the fees for betting. This is huge, because while the big dogs like Draftkings and Fanduel might be popular, they have some pretty hefty fees for actually using the platform. Further, payouts take time - and nobody likes to wait. If you bet on fantasy sports and somebody told you that you could be paying 75% less in fees while receiving the same payouts on wins (and receiving your payout in minutes rather than days), don't you think that would catch your attention? Fantasy Sports gambling is BIG whether you care about it or not - 20+ BILLIONS of dollars happen in transactions each year. For NLC2 to take even a fraction of this would be INSANE when you consider its current market cap of roughly 20 million. Now, they do have a traditional Fantasy Sports platform they have where you may use USD instead of crypto, but the whole idea is to make it not only alluring (reduced fees, etc) but also easy for people try try and get used to the crypto side of things. That's where the free platform comes in. People can earn free NLC2 using the free platform, and then ease into the idea of using NLC2 instead of USD.
NLC2 is built on its own blockchain which utilizes Proof of Stake, with which you will be able to earn 4% annual staking rewards should you choose to use their wallet and stake. I personally do this and have had zero issues with running it and have received plenty of staking rewards already. The current Windows wallet uses a little over 100MB of RAM while I'm staking, and uses under 5% of total CPU power, so it's very easy to just let it run 24/7 regardless of what you're doing on your computer. They also have a new wallet coming out soon which looks very sleek and fresh (which is great because the old one looks like it's from the 90s, albeit it works perfectly). Annual inflation for the coin supply comes to about 2% instead of 4% (the staking reward) since only about half the NLC2 supply is actually being staked. This is great for people who are actually staking it as you're earning twice as fast as it inflates - a little different than say something like NEO where you gain GAS at exactly the same ratio it is generated at no matter what. They also have a web wallet but you can't stake from it.
An extremely important fact is that NLC has "already jumped through all the regulatory hurdles to become a registered California company, as well as completing their due diligence to ensure legal operations in all regions they will operate" (link to legality of platform by state). This is where first mover advantage truly comes from as any potential competitors will have a lengthy and costly legal process ahead of them to reach the same scope of operation. Wrap your head around this - they already have a fully functional cryptocurrency, with wallet/staking/everything, as well as a fully functioning platform that USES the cryptocurrency, which continues to see growth and additions of new games as time passes. How many cryptos out there can compete with that? I also can say that their community is truly one of the best - I've followed them in Slack/Telegram fairly regularly and there are very few people who talk about exchange listings or price projections. It's truly about the project and the platform. Their devs and CEO also frequently make appearances, while not always daily, normally several times a week. They always keep the community posted with what's happening next and how far development is going. I am actually shocked to say that so far they have delivered on basically all promises as far as release dates and roadmaps go. Everything ultimately gets released with very high quality, so I can't really complain, even if something ends up being late anyway.
The team also wishes to release a NLC2 debit card (think like TenX, Monaco, etc) that will allow you to spend any assets you have in your wallet without having to convert it out to BTC and then USD. This is pretty fantastic when you couple it with the fact that they already have a FIAT gateway to get NLC2 in the first place - you can buy it directly through their website with a credit card. This will allow people who use the platform for betting to simply use their winnings through the debit card rather than worry about the crazy conversion process. They also have mentioned ideas of using the coin for other purposes rather than just sports betting but haven't actually spelled anything out yet (CEO in a past video was saying this and bringing up NLC2's low transactions fees and how it could be useful elsewhere. Also this is briefly mentioned in the whitepaper). While we know they are looking to continue to add more niche sports to the platform, we also know that one of their next "big moves" is a poker platform. Do I smell a FunFair competitor? Well we'll see how well they do with that endeavor.
Currently the only decent exchange NLC2 trades on is Cryptopia. I know there is a lot of hate for Cryptopia but I have personally never had any issues with it outside of the fact withdrawals sometimes take a long time to complete. They did a massive server upgrade a few weeks ago and these times dropped dramatically. At one point before the upgrade, I waited about 2 days for my NLC2 withdrawal. But since, I haven't had to wait more than a few hours (successful Cryptopia withdrawal proof). I also hold a tiny bit of CryptopiaFeeShares and they have paid me monthly for that as well. I'm pretty sure any and all FUD we see about their exchange is just people who make mistakes with wallets and addresses. If you read their forums, the users with complaints are basically just a bunch of idiots. Furthermore, there's some kind of rumor that they don't have Google 2FA as an option, but I think that's because they don't spell out how to activate it. In order to use 2FA, you first need to turn off the PIN "2FA" they give you by default. Then it gives you several new choices for a new security option, one being Google 2FA. Fun fact, withdrawal fee on Cryptopia for NLC2 is 0.01 NLC2, or about $0.001. They weren't kidding about NLC2's low transaction fees. Just one more reason to pull it off and into a staking wallet.
They also are to soon begin trading on the NEXT and HitBTC exchanges, and currently trade on YoBit, CoinExchange, and CryptoBridge. But to be quite frank almost all of these exchanges are garbage. In a recent video interview, the CEO said they were in talks with some of the larger exchanges and felt it was just a matter of time before they get onto one of the big boy exchanges. Until then, Cryptopia is by far the best option. If you don't have a Cryptopia account you can register here: Cryptopia registration Also, FYI, the way Cryptopia's referral system works is that for each referred user you will receive 10% of that users trade fees converted to DOT. DOT is a coin they use for new coin listings (and a few other things). It's not super valuable, but when people want to list a coin they have to buy tens of thousands of them. So typically DOT sees the occasional little bump in price when that happens. But anyway.
Back to NLC2 - The team has consistently pushed quality over everything else and has generally delivered on all promises thus far. Cryptodaily did a fantastic interview with them a little while back (link) and is very bullish on the project as well. Cryptodaily isn't the greatest crypto guro of all time, but he's a smart dude and he's not going to vouch for some random shitcoin. Cryptolove also was lucky enough to be the YouTuber they chose to make their new Fantasy Crypto game announcement with, and in the interview we also learn from the CEO more of their future plans for project direction, exchange listings, and more (link)
Massive tl;dr - not a game changing idea like say, Bitcoin or Ethereum, but certainly excels at fulfilling a particular niche with a future that looks very bright and extremely dedicated team and community, all while currently having a very very low valuation for some reason. It's truly a hidden gem among small cap coins (I never see anybody, ANYBODY talking about it) and it's a coin that I will never be afraid to hold for the long term.
Relevant links:
Whitepaper
Coinmarketcap link (has direct links to their website, social, etc)
Get the wallet
Sign up for their FREE platform
Get it on Cryptoipa
Cryptolove interview (recent)
Cryptodaily interview (somewhat dated)
If any fellow NLC2 holders like what I've written and want to encourage me to do more, feel free to send me a coin or two. Regardless, I will continue to do what I can to help the community grow :D NLC2 address: NL26bfjgMgbiJ2G4Lg3PNpCQPwyFJACr2s
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Announcing the duberCoin ICO Token Sale!

About duber - Our mission is to help small and medium size businesses compete with large corporations through superior technology, while helping them to stay compliant. We currently provide customers with online ordering, self-serve systems, global product search, digital signage and advertising products and are launching several more including retail point of sale and a home delivery engine for retailers. We operate in state jurisdictions that have legalized both medical and recreational cannabis, and assist with compliance of the laws of these states.
duber bits - 1. duber was founded in 2016. 2. We are a team of 25 with 16 full-time developers. 3. Our mission is to help small and medium size businesses compete with large corporations through superior technology, while helping them to stay compliant. 4. We currently provide customers with online ordering, self-serve systems, global product search, digital signage and advertising products and are launching several more including retail point of sale and a home delivery engine for retailers. 5. We operate in state jurisdictions that have legalized both medical and recreational cannabis, and assist with compliance of the laws of these states. 6. This is what our industry needs, and we can’t wait to see what else düber has in-store for us.” -Justin Wildhader, CEO, Green Freedom, Elma, USA 7. Customers love the convenience of browsing online, and our staff loves the convenience of preparing the order at a quiet moment.” -Nick Antonie, Owner, Herban Legends, Seattle, USA 8. düber is the only provider whose applications are truly integrated. 9. Only düber offers Omnichannel loyalty programs, fully integrated with your online ordering, instore POS, mass messaging, promotions and more. 10. duber is an established business with significant financial backing, multiple launched products, and happy customers.
Team - Collectively we have led a US$240 million IPO, built a US$6 billion business, developed the technology and patents behind several others, occupied board positions at multiple US$1 billion+ businesses, and held senior positions at prestigious financial, legal, and strategy advisory firms in Europe, Asia, Africa, and North America. We are a team of 25 with 16 full-time developers. Our technical staff have been instrumental in the success of numerous startups and enterprise-level companies over the past 15 years. Our team members have worked in military/defense, video game/digital entertainment, online sports betting and poker, SEC/FINRA compliant banking/financial compliance, PCI Level 1 mobile payment processing, retail POS and inventory management, DevOps frameworks/cloud hosting, online lease origination, online real estate, 3D graphics/visualization, and medical document management/HIPAA compliance.
The Cannabis Opportunity - The legal cannabis industry is one of the fastest growing markets on earth. In North America alone, the industry is forecasted to top US$20 billion by 2021, from US$6.7 billion in 2016, and create more than a quarter of a million jobs. Currently, 37 US states plus Washington, DC have passed medical or recreational cannabis laws, and Canada is projected to legalize recreational cannabis by July 2018.
Challenges for the Cannabis industry which the duberCoin plans on resolving: A. Challenges for retailers: 1. Overburdened and complex delivery system. 2. Fragmented supply chains. 3. Inability to offer integrated home delivery. 4. Inaccurate date resulting in lost sales. 5. Tax regime resulting in 70%+ taxation levels.
B. Challenged for producers and processors: 1. Forecasting demand and planning production. 2. Unique crop data with each harvest. 3. Non-standardized nomenclature, no central inventory catalog.
C. Challenges for regulators and law enforcement: 1. State regulators lack the tools and logistics support to service legitimately licensed producers, processors, labs, and retailers. 2. With product moving through a complex point-to-point distribution network, and more than 1,400 locations for potential enforcement in Washington state alone, regulators simply lack the resources to monitor all points effectively. 3. The situation will only get worse: regulators in California expect to issue more than 15,000 licenses to industry participants for 2018. 4. Law enforcement is almost completely without tools to protect licensed legitimate businesses and consumers. 5. Much of the infrastructure for tracking crime is managed federally, so states that have legalized cannabis cannot use the standard law enforcement tools.
D. Payment challenges: 1. Settlement in cash. 2. Credit cards are not the solution – many customers lack bank accounts and credit cards.
The düber (DBR) token - 1. An efficient measurement and incentive system rewarding consumers and helping small & medium-sized cannabis businesses succeed. 2. Information exchange creates value for network participants: Crop-growing data, lab results, supplying product photos and descriptions, submitting reviews, referring brands, making repeat purchases (loyalty), and acting upon advertising benefits all network participants (Growers, Processors, Labs, Retailers and Consumers). 3. Value creation deserves to be incentivized: Any network participant who creates valuable information for the network is rewarded. This incentivizes participants to contribute additional information. 4. Our DBR token rewards value creation fairly and instantly. 5. The DBR token is our blockchain cryptocurrency. Based on Ethereum, it will acknowledge, measure, and allocate growth in economic surplus across the value chain fairly and instantly. DBRs will become the preferred method of payment in the düber network.
DBR is an Ethereum-based ERC-20 token - 1. We chose Ethereum as the base blockchain technology for DBR tokens due to its powerful built-in scripting language that lets us build complex smart contracts for DBR tokens relatively easily. Ethereum has already proven itself to be a capable and well-documented blockchain at the heart of many successful ecosystems. 2. The düber Platform: Off-Chain Processing with Results Published On-Chain 3. The Raiden Network is a form of off-chain transaction settlement. We will develop and utilize a similar off-chain ledger to expedite transactions and reduce fees. 4. All transactions and data handled off-chain will be signed digitally by all involved parties, with the ultimate result stored and verifiable on the Ethereum blockchain. 5. In this way, the düber network will be a fast, reliable, and secure solution that can safely handle near-instantaneous transaction speeds, while still recording the end results on the Ethereum network in a verifiable way. 6. Blockchain is a Cannabis IMPERATIVE! 7. Blockchain provides a secure and traceable form of payment. 8. Blockchain is a superior verification technology: 9. Traceability, from manufacture to purchase and delivery. 10. Immutable records of lab results. 11. Verification of consumer reviews. 12. Growing economic surplus for all network participants by providing proper incentives to those who create and distribute new information is a significant opportunity. 13. Blockchain technology and a token are ideally suited to acknowledge and measure the growth in economic surplus, as well as allocate this increase fairly across the network. 14. DBR Tokens will be Less Expensive to Accept than Cash or Credit Cards. 15. The instant and sustained demand for DBRs is in the interest of all network participants. 16. The DBR token will acknowledge, measure, and allocate growth in economic surplus across the value chain fairly and instantly.
The duberCoin reward system: Order online from your phone, tablet or computer! 1. DBR tokens will be accepted as form of payment presenting an attractive and more secure alternative to cash. 2. Self-serve browsing and ordering from in-store tablets so you can skip the line! DBR tokens automatically credit to your customer account with pickup at the counter. 3. Paying with DBR tokens in store at the Point of Sale eliminates the need to carry cash, protects your privacy, and earns you instant DBRs! 4. See something you like on our eye-popping advertisements or menus? Take action with your duber app and receive DBRs for ‘closing the loop’. 5. Use duberex.com to search live inventory, find stores and products near you, and order for home delivery. Earn DBRs for ordering from retailers in the duber network and let duber licensed drivers speed it to your door. 6. Information exchange creates value for network participants: Crop-growing data, lab results, supplying product photos and descriptions, submitting reviews, referring brands, making repeat purchases (loyalty), and acting upon advertising benefits all network participants (Growers, Processors, Labs, Retailers and Consumers). 7. Value creation deserves to be incentivized: Any network participant who creates valuable information for the network is rewarded. This incentivizes participants to contribute additional information. 8. With the duberCoin token system, consumers (or any network participant) will earn düber tokens (DBRs) for: --Providing detailed product information. --Curating based on completeness, correctness, and quality. --Providing photos or descriptions for products missing this information. --Voting on the metadata for consumer-provided photos and descriptions --Consumers can also earn DBRs by writing product reviews. --Community participants who upvote a review receive a proportionate number of tokens for their effort
Our DBR token rewards value creation fairly and instantly. duber is uniquely positioned to stimulate the growth of economic surplus. We are an established business with multiple products launched. Our technology is already integrated into our partners’ supply chains at the inventory level, which enables us to get immediate traction, and our offering targets a high-growth, emerging industry with ideal characteristics for a blockchain platform. With its strong technical foundation and comprehensive incentives, we expect DBRs to become the preferred method of payment by all participants (growers, processors, labs, distributors, retailers, and consumers) in the legalized cannabis market.
duberCoin is a SAFT ICO - https://dubercoin.com/duber-technologies-inc-announces-saft-based-ico-transform-cannabis-industry
The SAFTs will only be offered in the United States on a private placement basis pursuant to exemptions from the registration requirements of the U.S. Securities Act and in Canada by way of private placement exemptions from Canadian prospectus requirements, in each case to qualified “accredited investors” only. All securities issued will be subject to restrictions on re-sales in accordance with applicable securities laws. The SAFTs have not been and will not be registered under the U.S. Securities Act or any state securities laws and may not be offered or sold within the United States or to, or for the account or benefit of, U.S. persons absent U.S. registration or an applicable exemption from U.S. registration requirements.
The Platform in the Market - As we have built out the system, we have received numerous enhancement requests from retailers, consumers, and regulators. Our solution now extends into the supply chain for producers, brand owners, labs, distributors, courier companies, and processors, and is integrated in its entirety to the online ordering and point-of-sale terminals. We have emerged to be the only “omnichannel” retailing solution entirely comprised of a modern, event-based architecture, built from the ground up to function as a unified system. This platform helps local businesses expose their available inventory in an online ordering system and coordinate delivery of controlled substances, without having to step away from the point-of-sale terminal.The düber platform is used by some of the largest and fastest growing cannabis retailers in Washington State. The largest retailer (monthly revenue of $1.4 million) has two stores on the ordering system. Others are adopting our in-store ordering and digital menus system, while others are focusing on the unique opportunities brought by our integrated digital advertising platform that provides millions of annual page views and in-store advertising impressions for customers every day. Consumers have motivated the development of our duberex.com ordering platform, which allows customers to find accurate product inventory at any retailer on our system in Washington, and immediately place an order with them. In total, we have more than 23 retailers live on one or more modules of our system, and another 30 under contract for installation as we conclude our beta trials and move into the commercial launch of our online ordering and advertising modules in October 2017. In Q4 we will be beta-launching the first POS-integrated seed-to-sale home delivery platform (using local retailer inventory) in Canada and the United States.
The duberCoin ICO token sale Bounty Program - https://medium.com/@duberpartners/d%C3%BCber-bounty-program-68941e73d718 Welcome to the düber Bounty Program! Our attractive bounty program accompanies the düber token (DBR) sale. Links: · Website: https://dubercoin.com/ · Whitepaper: https://gdbr.co/whitepaper-en · Twitter: https://twitter.com/duberpartners · Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dubertechnologiesinc/
Our bounty program will start on October 5, 2017 and end on January 19, 2018 (or as soon as we reach our token raise target). We have put aside 66,780,000 DBR tokens to distribute as part of our bounty program, an ETH value of 22,260 (!). Thanks for participating in our bounty program in support of our exciting token sale!
As we are using a stakes structure, we will not know the number of bounty DBR tokens that you have earned until after the end of the token sale or Jan 19, 2018, whichever comes first. We intend to publish the stakes that you have earned on your dashboard before the end of October and show your stakes progression from then onward. All bounty DBR tokens will be recorded within 14 days of closing the bounty program, and will show up in your DBR Crowdsale account. As well, because we are using a SAFT structure, bounty DBR tokens will be distributed at the same time as all other DBR token purchasers receive their tokens with the release of the minimum viable product. The exact timing is difficult to predict but this is expected to take a minimum of several months and potentially longer.
How to join the DBR token bounty program - Anyone is welcome to participate in our program. To get started: Visit our website, and sign up for an account at https://crowdsale.dubercoin.com/#/signUp Please fill out this Google form. Enter the same email as your dübercoin crowdsale account — this is a requirement to receive your bounty at the end of the ICO
Bounty Program Details - We are splitting our main pool of 66,780,000 DBR tokens into smaller pools based on the type of bounty. The breakdown is as follows: ● Twitter — 30% or 20,034,000DBRs ● Facebook — 20% or 13,356,000 DBRs ● Blogs — 20% or 13,356,000 DBRs ● Professional Articles — 20% or 13,356,000 DBRs ● BitcoinTalk Signature Campaign — 10% or 6,678,000 DBRs
Twitter - The total pool for Twitter participation is 20,034,000 DBRs. To collect stakes in the Twitter pool, you simply retweet selected posts from düber’s Twitter account. The details for participations are as follows: ● You must follow us on twitter ● Retweet any post from düber that contains the hashtag #duberICO ● Your account must be at least 4 months old ● Your account must have at least 100 followers ● Your Twitter account must be publicly accessible ● You must keep your retweets up for the duration of the düber ICO ● We will keep track of all your retweets on our side. There is no need to submit each one to us! For every retweet, you will get a stake in the pool depending on the number of followers you have. The breakdown is: ● 100–250 followers — 10 Stakes ● 251–500 followers — 20 Stakes ● 501–1000 followers — 40 Stakes ● 1001–2000 followers — 60 Stakes ● 2,001–5000 followers — 100 Stakes ● 5,001+ followers — 200 Stakes Note: We reserve the right to disqualify any account we deem to be fake or lacking relevance in general.
Facebook - The total pool for Facebook participation is 13,356,000 DBRs. To collect stakes in the Facebook pool — share, like, and comment on selected posts from düber’s Facebook Page. The details for participation are as follows: ● You must like düber’s Facebook Page ● Share, Like, or Comment on any of our posts marked with the hashtag #duberICO ● Your account must be at least 4 months old ● Your account must have at least 100 friends or followers ● Your account must be publicly accessible ● Your comment must be at least 30 characters in length, not including spaces ● You must not unlike our posts, delete your shares or comments for the duration of the ICO campaign ● We keep track of likes, shares, and comments on our side. There’s no need to submit each one to us! For every share / like / comment you will get a stake in the pool depending on the number of friends / followers you have. ● For a Share, it is: ○ 100–250 friends/followers — 10 Stakes ○ 251–500 friends/followers — 20 Stakes ○ 501–1000 friends/followers — 40 Stakes ○ 1001–2000 friends/followers — 60 Stakes ○ 2,001–5000 friends/followers — 100 Stakes ○ 5,001+ friends/followers — 200 Stakes ● For a Like, it is: ○ 100–250 friends/followers — 1 Stake ○ 251–500 friends/followers — 2 Stakes ○ 501–1000 friends/followers — 4 Stakes ○ 1001–2000 friends/followers — 6 Stakes ○ 2,001–5000 friends/followers — 10 Stakes ○ 5,001+ friends/followers — 20 Stakes ● For a Comment, it is: ○ 100–250 friends/followers — 10 Stakes ○ 251–500 friends/followers — 20 Stakes ○ 501–1000 friends/followers — 40 Stakes ○ 1001–2000 friends/followers — 60 Stakes ○ 2,001–5000 friends/followers — 100 Stakes ○ 5,001+ friends/followers — 200 Stakes Note: We reserve the right to disqualify any account we deem to be fake or lacking relevance in general.
Personal Blog Articles - The total pool for blog posts is 13,356,000 DBRs. We are looking for people who are really excited for the düber platform, and want to share that excitement with the world! For this bounty, we are looking for you to post on your own blog, Facebook, LinkedIn, or another social media platform. The details for this bounty are as follows: ● All posts must be publicly accessible, with no requirement to sign up or sign in ● Each post must be at least 1,000 characters in length, not including spaces ● Each post must contain at least two links to our ICO Page — https://dubercoin.com ● If your post is on a social media platform (Facebook, LinkedIn e.g.), we also ask you to point your readers to follow düber’s social media page or website link ● Your post must remain publicly accessible until at least the end of the ICO ● We welcome posts in every language ● We require your posts to reflect positively on düber ● After each post, you will submit them to us for review here. You must already have signed up to be a bounty participant to earn stakes ● We will maintain a public list of each submission, and the stakes it earned ● Examples of what we are looking for is: the uniqueness of the düber platform, the ideal fit of cryptocurrency with the cannabis industry, and different ways to create value through information exchange. All these topics are covered in our whitepaper After submission, we will assess the quality of the post. We try to reward each blog based on its quality, with a basic breakdown as follows: ● Basic post — 100 stakes ● Medium post — 200 stakes ● Extraordinary post — 400 stakes ● Sky’s the limit! We will reward extra stakes for high traffic posts (likes, shares, positive comments), as well for things we deem have gone above and beyond (graphics, diagrams, etc.) Note: We reserve the right to disqualify any post we deem to be fake, plagiarism, or lacking relevance in general. We will check to make sure posts are not submitted more than once. The latter would exclude you from earning further stakes.
Professional Articles - The total pool for Professional Articles is 13,356,000 DBRs. This is intended for professional journalists, social influencers and trendsetters. The details are as follows: ● To be eligible for this category, you must first be approved by someone from the düber bounty team. Please apply at [email protected] ● We welcome anyone who thinks they might be eligible. If we feel it’s not a fit, we urge you to submit your articles through the Personal Blog bounty. High quality blogs will earn you lots of stakes there! ● After you apply, you will be in contact with someone from the düber team who will explain the submission and reward process in greater detail ● düber will not publicly disclose your participation to the program, but we ask that you are open about your participation to your audiences. See further legal disclaimer at the end ● Examples of what we are looking for is: the uniqueness of the düber platform, the ideal fit of cryptocurrency with the cannabis industry, and different ways to create value through information exchange. All these topics are covered in our whitepaper
BitcoinTalk Signature - The total pool for BitCoinTalk Signature is 6,678,000 DBRs. We are looking for people who will set their BitcoinTalk signature to one that düber provides for the duration of our ICO. The details for this are: ● If you want to participate, you must give us a link to your BitcoinTalk profile when signing up for the bounty program ● Accounts with negative trust will not be considered ● You must be at least a Jr. Member to be eligible ● düber must be your only signature for the duration of our ICO ● Your account may not have the avatadescription of another ICO ● You must make at least 10 posts a week on BitcoinTalk, not including the following forums — Off-Topic, Politics & Society, Beginners & Help, Gambling. ● We will keep track of all your posts, just make sure you give us your profile URL You will earn stakes each week that you meet the required number of posts, based on your membership level: ● Jr. Member — 100 Stakes/wk ● Member — 200 Stakes/wk ● Full Member — 300 Stakes/wk ● Sr. Member — 400 Stakes/wk ● Hero Member — 500 Stakes/wk ● Legendary Member — 600 Stakes/wk The signature you must use is as follows: Thanks for participating in our bounty program in support of our exciting token sale! The düber Team!
Legal disclaimer - It is the sole responsibility of individuals involved in the düber bounty program to comply with all regulations for disclosures and/or disclaimers in their jurisdictions. As you will have a relationship with düber Technologies Inc., this must be disclosed and/or disclaimed appropriately. By participating in our bounty program, you agree that düber will not be held liable for your materials, methods or content. düber will retain the right to ban individuals from its bounty program with or without cause.
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Cashing out and paying taxes on online poker winnings? (California)

I recently signed up for an online poker site and made a small deposit to play microstakes games with. I never really expected to win any money; I was just hoping to gain some practice so that I could do better at the home games I play with my friends. However, through an extremely lucky string of events, I won a seat in one of the high stakes tournaments and ended up winning almost $15k. As I understand it, from the player's side of the equation online poker is a bit of a legal gray area in California. The site offers several different methods to cash out, including making me a check, a prepaid debit card, or sending me bitcoin. What should I do to withdraw my money and make sure that I stay on the correct side of tax and gambling laws?
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Is running a BTC poker site legal?

Some friends of mine and I would like to start and online bitcoin poker site based out of Southern California. Is this legal in the United States/California?
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