Month: February 2022

FORMAL CLAIMS PROCESS FOR CUSTOMERS AT HYPIXEL SKYBLOCK COINS WEBSITE

 

 

 

It’s been a long time coming, but Mt. Gox customers who lost their funds can finally make claims against the exchange, which filed for bankruptcy in February of 2014.

 

According to the Notice of Commencement of Filing of Bankruptcy Claims issued on April 22, 2015, by bankruptcy trustee Nobuaki Kobayashi, users can register their claims online under certain conditions or by mail.

 

Customers can choose to file the Exchange-Related Bankruptcy Claim online form via the Kraken Bitcoin Exchange system or through the bankruptcy trustee’s own system on the MtGox website. In order to file through Kraken, users are required to be verified Tier 2 account holders.

 

Claimants opting to use either of the two online options must know their usernames or email addresses and passwords originally registered with MtGox. They also must still be able to use that same email address. If not, they will have to fill out and mail paper claims.

 

By filing through Kraken, customers may be able to receive their eventual payouts in bitcoin rather than fiat, though that possibility is still under investigation by the trustee. Kraken is also offering claimants up to $1 million in free trading volume at the lowest fee tier of 0.1 percent, as well as claim and payment support via live chat and email.

 

“We see our involvement in this process as an opportunity to restore faith in the community by showing what we need more of in the Bitcoin space — trusted leadership,” said Kraken CEO Jesse Powell in a post on the Kraken blog. Learn more about HYPIXEL SKYBLOCK COINS WEBSITE

 

 

Kraken announced in November that it would be assisting the trustee in the investigation of Mt. Gox’s missing bitcoin assets, in the creation of the system to …

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More and more often people are winning big cash at Internet casinos. Here’s a roundup of this week’s top payouts.

 

CasinoDomain Slot Hits for $50,000

 

On Thursday, March 1st, Karla of Oklahoma, hit the jackpot on CasinoDomain’s high roller slot machine. Her payout? $50,000!

 

“I could not believe my eyes,” said Karla. “This is great, now I can go visit my brother who lives in the Dominican Republic!” Karla has been playing at CasinoDomain for about a year.

 

Earlier this year, Pete from Georgia $43,999 on slots.

 

“This is gaming at its best and what it’s all about – winning big!” said Pontus Lindwall, CEO and founder of Net Entertainment, the software company that powers CasinoDomain.

 

Jackpot Madness Pays Out Record-Breaking mostbet casino $23 Million In Jackpots

 

Jackpot Madness, the Microgaming Jackpot Network portal (www.jackpotmadness.com), has exceeded a record-smashing $23,000,000 in total jackpot payouts. This landmark achievement places Jackpot Madness as the world’s number one online progressive jackpot destination.

 

From the beginning of March alone, over $713,500 has been paid out to 33 lucky winners. The win that pushed Jackpot Madness over the $23 million mark was an impressive $126,346.20 jackpot won on Cash Splash by Jim W. at Caribbean Cyber Online Casino (www.ccasino.com) on March 3rd.

 

Online Gambling Legislation Comes to Nevada

Nevada state Assemblywoman Merle Berman yesterday introduced a bill that would legalize online gambling in the world’s premier gaming destination.

 

The bill, which is sponsored by 33 of the state’s 42 assemblymen, would authorize the Nevada Gaming Commission to “adopt regulations governing the licensing and operation of interactive gaming.”

 

Should it pass, Berman’s legislation would allow resort hotels already holding unrestricted gaming licenses to operate real money online gambling services. All revenue from Internet casino operations …

Tunisia 2:0 Australia Bitcoin Dice

 

The African champions salvaged some Bitcoin Dice pride in Leipzig’s Zentralstadion tonight with a 2:0 win over a disappointing Australia, who now exit the tournament with three defeats.

 

Strikes from Santos in the 26th and 70th minute gave coach Roger Lemerre, who won the last Confederations Cup with France, something to smile about after back to back losses against Argentina and Germany whilst his opposite number Frank Farina lamented his side’s “schoolboy errors” that once more condemned Australia to fail once more to step up to the plate on the world soccer stage.

 

The magnificent Leipzig arena was only filled with 29 of its 45,000 capacity and as an almighty electrical storm illuminated the second half of a match that was always going to play second fiddle to the Germany v Argentina game being played at the same time and between two teams that had already been eliminated.

 

Neither side wanted to leave the tournament with a blank slate and this time as last with New Zealand in 2003, it fell to Oceania’s representatives to bring home the wooden spoon. But Tunisia also exit the competition with wounded pride having failed to emulate Cameroon, who as African champions reached the Confederations Cup final last time around.

 

A scrappy match was decided by two goals from Toulouse marksman Santos, although he will have appreciated the two fortuitous ‘assists’ from the Australian defence that allowed him to strike. His first goal came courtesy of an aerial collision between Blackburn’s Lucas Neill and the unsteady Australian reserve keeper Michael Petkovic, in response to a cross from Mehdi Nafti. The ball fell perfectly for Santos gratefully tapped in to an open goal.

 

His second goal arrived thanks to Craig Moore’s unfortunate interception of a Tunisian pass which …