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Get the highest payout for your super bowl bet with bitcoins only odds comparison!

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Get the highest payout for your super bowl bet with bitcoin’s only odds comparison!

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Bitcoin Bowl: Side by Side Comparison Of Odds At Several Bitcoin Sportsbooks To Get The Highest Payout!

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Best Bitcoin Faucets

Best Bitcoin Faucets
Bitcoin faucets are websites or applications that offer you a small amount of bitcoin as a reward for making easy tasks. Depending on the selected faucet, users can earn coins for completing various tasks, such as viewing certain websites, watching ads, entering a captcha, or playing a game.
by StealthEX
At the beginning of the cryptocurrency’s existence, when the stakes were not so high, the creators of faucets gave 5 bitcoins for each claim — back then it was their way to promote digital money among newcomers. Now faucets operate with much smaller amounts and give out some part of the Bitcoin, which is measured in Satoshi(named after the creator of Bitcoin). Satoshi is the smallest possible fractional number of Bitcoin — one BTC is equal to 100 million Satoshi.
If you have ever left a water tap not completely closed, you probably noticed that water was dripping into it, and if you put a bowl under it, sooner or later it will be filled. Even though one-time payments on faucets are scanty, many advise not to neglect the opportunity to earn on them, because, with the right approach, faucets can bring a tangible profit with a minimum of effort.
There are plenty of sites offering free bitcoins. Unfortunately, most of them are not trustworthy, do not live long, or are simply overflowed with annoying flashing ads. However, there are some that work for many years, used by thousands of users and considered reliable.
Here is the list of them:

Freebitcoin

This faucet is probably the most well-known one. It was created in 2013 on the territory of the British Virgin Islands. Payouts are not fixed and vary for each claim. You can get cryptocurrency every hour, and for each claim you get from 0.00000030 to 0.03 BTC. In addition to the faucet, Freebitcoin allows you to earn in other ways — save interest on your deposit, play the lottery, invite new users via referral links.
It supports several withdrawal methods: you can set up automatic withdrawal every Sunday, slow withdrawal every 6–24 hours, or use the fastest instant withdrawal that takes 15 minutes. The last one, of course, has the highest fee.

Moon Bitcoin

Founded in 2015, the Moon Bitcoin has a certain user base and is considered by many to be one of the best faucets in existence.
There are many appealing bonus offers. For example, the site gives you a reward for consistency — if you enter a captcha at least once every day, you will accumulate a bonus +1% to earnings daily. Like most other faucets, Moon Bitcoin offers a bonus for bringing new users.
Earned funds are instantly transferred to the linked Coinpot wallet. The minimum withdrawal amount is 10,000 Satoshi if you agree to pay the fee. Or wait until it’s going to be over 50,000 Satoshi on your account and withdrawal money for free. It is worth saying that Coinpot has its own bonus program. For example, for one captcha entry, you get 3 Coinpot tokens that can also be converted to cryptocurrency.
There are also Moon faucets for Litecoin, Dash, Bitcoin Cash and DogeCoin. All payments are concentrated in one Coinpot account.

Bonus Bitcoin

Bonus Bitcoin is one of the oldest services and is considered one of the best bitcoin faucets. You can request a new portion of free coins every 15 minutes, getting an average of 10 Satoshi per claim. You can also gain more coins completing tasks in the offers and surveys section.
Users who regularly stay active for a number of days receive an additional 5% of their daily rewards. The site also gives 50% of all fees of users you invited using referral links.
Bonus Bitcoin accounts are also connected to Coinpot, a micro-earnings wallet that accumulates your payouts. The site also provides the opportunity to earn Litecoin and Dogecoin.

Bitfun

This is one more faucet associated with Coinpot wallet. Bitfun started its work in January 2017. In addition to the faucet itself, which allows you to request free Satoshi every 3 minutes, the site has a large number of browser games of various genres. Progress in these games gives you additional earnings. You can also earn coins by completing offers.
As with Bonus Bitcoin, the user receives 50% of the fees of their referrals.

Cointiply

The service was launched in 2018 and has become known as one of the best free bitcoin generators. There are several ways to claim Satoshi. In addition to the faucet, you can also earn bitcoins by watching videos, clicking on ads, and playing browser games.
Here you can make claims once every 12 hours and get a certain number of Coins to your account. Coins are the inner currency of this service, 10000 Coins worth 1$. It converted to Satoshi at the time of withdrawal.
Rewards can be collected at FaucetHub, another web wallet for micropayments, in this case, the withdrawal limit is 35,000 Coins. For amounts over 100,000 Coins, withdrawals can be made directly to your bitcoin wallet. Or you can keep Coins at the site and earn 5% interest.
Users can earn a loyalty bonus, by claiming rewards every day. Bringing another user via referral link gives you 25% of their claims and 10% of their offer earnings.

Pentafaucet

PentaFaucet is one of the oldest and most stable bitcoin faucets today. The main difference from similar websites is that the site uses double protection: captcha and anti-bot. You can collect from 5 to 25 Satoshi every 5 minutes. A reasonable amount of advertising and a simple interface make working with the faucet comfortable.
The faucet does not allow you to earn money from games, surveys, and other sponsorship services. In addition to the main method, it offers only a referral program, giving 10% from earnings of each new user.
Earned Satoshi are instantly transferred to the FaucetHub wallet. You can withdraw your funds from FaucetHub to your bitcoin wallet once a week on Sundays.

FireFaucet

FireFaucet is a multi-currency automatic faucet, perhaps the best of its kind. This resource allows you to earn 9 cryptocurrencies at the same time, as well as instantly withdraw the accumulated funds to the Faucet Hub.
The Auto Claim function allows for collecting currency automatically. You can change the number of currencies to get and the time between collections.
FireFaucet affords many different ways to earn money: in addition to the faucet itself, there are also offers, a referral system that gives 20% from newcomer’s income, and browser mining. FireFaucet also has its own unique level system: getting XP for various actions on the site and raising their level, users receive a reward in Satoshi.
As a pleasant addition, FireFaucet has a nice-looking design and does not use pop-up ads.

DailyFreeBits

This bitcoin faucet does not require registration. All you need is the public address of your BTC wallet. Users can claim Satoshi every hour, getting from 5 to 1200 each time.
At the moment DailyFreeBits is using the FaucetHub wallet we are already familiar with. The resource offers a referral reward. By inviting new users to the website, you can regularly receive 10% of their earnings.
These are probably the best bitcoin faucets at this point. Do not expect that you will earn loads of money just using faucets, but it is with no doubt an interesting and easy way to get a certain portion of free Satoshi and learn how the cryptocurrency and various wallets work.
Always be careful and study every site that is claimed to be a Bitcoin faucet with some scepticism. Always be critical of your choice and read reviews.
Original article was posted on https://stealthex.io/blog/2020/05/28/best-bitcoin-faucets/
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5Dimes Review, What You Should Know About Their Bonuses

I’ve noticed a heck ton of Reddit threads about 5Dimes recently, with some accusing it of being a scam, others having a pop at the owner for being a fraud, and still others just generally being super hostile towards it, claiming it’s only popular because U.S. sports bettors aren’t exactly spoiled for choice.
So anyhow with all that in mind, I decided to clear a few things up for y’all with a 5Dimes review.
A bit about me: I’ve been sports betting for a number of years now and have been using 5Dimes for a few months. I started using them for the 2019 Super Bowl when a buddy and me decided on a whim to back the Patriots. I’ve made a fair amount of cash (although I only bet for fun).
Anyway, without further ado, here’s my 5Dimes review:
Pros of 5Dimes:
Legal in the U.S.
Super low line prices (the lowest I’ve seen, at least)
Bitcoin available
Contrary to popular belief, winning players do NOT get banned. I’ve made a clean profit of $5000 since I started using 5Dimes and have had no account restrictions, delayed withdrawals or nothing
Live dealer casino available
5dimes payout is good
Cons of 5Dimes:
Ugly interface
Bonuses are trash
Mobile client is average and laggy
Grand Poker available but the traffic is too low to make it enjoyable
General questions about 5Dimes answered:
Is 5Dimes safe?
Yes. In fact, the customer support is really good as well. 5/5
Is 5Dimes legit?
Absolutely. Don’t believe it when you see folk trashing it. This is a 100% legit site
How long does a 5dimes withdrawal take to process?
Depends on your method. Bank transfer can take a long time (a week, perhaps), but Bitcoin should take just 24 hours. An initial authorisation process is required but this is standard practice.
Verdict on 5Dimes
I like it. Never had a problem in the time I’ve been using it … but I would also say that it looks old asf. The interface needs to change to bring it in line with modern sports bookmakers. The bonuses are crap too. But if you’re looking for a decent US sportsbook that offers a variety of markets on American sports, you can’t really go wrong here.
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[CONTEST] Super Bowl Squares (Ver. 2)

UPDATE 2/5
Crazy game tonight! Congratulations to our winners: null_input, butteredfatkid, PigeonPiss, and jharlson. We are all very envious!
All winners have been contacted with instructions. MFRB is the most economical option, but Registered Mail is probably the most secure.
Thank you to all of you for playing, I had a blast working with everyone!
 
UPDATE 2/1
THE PRIZES are here! Is it game day yet?
 
UPDATE 1/28
9:20am: The coin flip was tails! Numbers to be added shortly...
 
10:00am: ATL 9143065287 (Block height 450438)
10:13am: NE 8459761032 (Block height 450439)
Numbers are drawn, here is the grid:
SILVERBUG SUPER BOWL SQUARES
Good luck everyone!!
 
1:00pm: All shipped silver has been received! Provident order is expected to arrive in the middle of next week. Once it is all here I'll split up into 4 lots and post pics. Trust me, the wait is excruciating for me too!
 
UPDATE 1/27
The lists below are up-to-date, and I have tracking numbers for all of the remaining packages. All are processed past the "Acceptance" stage, and the latest is scheduled to arrive on Monday. Based on that, I feel confident enough to draw spots on Saturday as originally planned.
 
Here is how it will work:
The sides will be assigned by coin flip. Yes the coin will be silver. No I'm not going to post a video of this part. I'm going to flip for the vertical (letters) side. Heads for the home team (Atlanta), tails for the away team (New England). I will do this in the morning, and post the results before the numbers are selected.
 
For number selection I am going to go to www.blockchain.info and click more. At 10:00am, I will refresh the page. Starting with the 19th number of the hash, and working from top to bottom/left to right, I will assign numbers to the home team (still Atlanta) on it's respective side of the board. I will discard any letters or duplicate numbers. If not all numbers are used, I will move down the line and follow the same procedure on the preceding hash until the home team's board is filled.
The away team's numbers will be assigned in an identical fashion using the hash (or hashes) immediately following the home team's.
 
Tl;dr: I'm using bitcoin hashes to ensure that number selection is indeed random
 
Also, I placed the order from Provident...but they were out (what?!) of "Our Choice" round and bars! I made an executive decision on what to get, and in my opinion it is some pretty sweet stuff :) I'll post a picture of the giant prize stack once it is all here next week.
 
 
For those of you who missed zuizide's Super Bowl Squares contest (or anyone just feeling lucky) I'm hosting one as well. Lower stakes and slightly different rules...
 
2 ozt per square, limit 4 squares (8 ozt) per person until 1/23. The winner is determined by looking at the last number in each teams' score, and then matching those numbers on the grid and seeing which square intersects those two numbers.
 
200 ozt payouts:
End of 1st quarter pays 40 ozt
End of 2nd quarter pays 40 ozt
End of 3rd quarter pays 40 ozt
End of game pays 80 ozt. If at the end of the 4th quarter the game is tied, the prize will be awarded to the person who has the final score square at the conclusion of the game (after overtime).
 
I have already chosen 4 squares. If you would like to choose, please use coordinates A-J vertically and 1-10 horizontally. If you don't specify I will pick your squares at random. If all spots are not sold by 1/23 I will open it up to anyone who wants to buy more. If there are still open spots on 1/30, I will sell the remainder locally to friends.
 
You will need to ship your ounces as soon as you can. If it's not received by 1/27, I will release those squares to someone else and request they ship Priority or purchase through me. Please don't be a straggler and ship ASAP so we can get the numbers drawn with plenty of time before the game!
 
I will post a pic of the squares when they are filled for everyone to print. Once everyones ounces have arrived, we will assign teams to each side and at HitMePat's suggestion we will use the bitcoin blockchain to randomly assign numbers.
 
I will purchase silver so you don't have to ship, but it will be at a slight profit and tied to spot. If spot skyrockets before I place the final order, it may be more than I'm stating here as I can't "freeze spot." As of right now, I'll do it for $42 a square and the only form of payment I will accept is Google Wallet (no Paypal on this). I will not raise it if I don't have to, even if the profits evaporate. I will be paying with a CC and ordering random secondary bars and rounds from Provident Metals. If you will not be shipping, I will expect payment at the time you reserve your squares. If you feel that it's too expensive, mail in your silver :) I'll provide my address once you have confirmed how many and which squares you want.
 
Winners will be expected to cover shipping of the loot, OR they can pay me with part of their winnings to ship how they want or provide a prepaid shipping label if they prefer. I package securely, but won't be responsible if you don't use registered mail and your shipment gets lost, stolen, etc...
 
Good luck everyone :)
 
ALL SOLD!!!
 
PAID (24 spots)
POCKALEELEE (4)
ccualumni (2)
SwellingItchingBrain (4)
xMRGRIMMx (3)
pstansel (2)
mistertyme5 (1)
Backdooreddy (2)
hawkswin1 (1)
peppermg (2)
tintalent (2)
ao_88 (1)
 
RECEIVED (76 spots)
threeblindmoose (4)
klocke520 (2)
SilverCoffeeCup (1)
hawkswin1 (3)
MonoRedFaeries (1)
TheSilverCollector (4)
irons4404 (3)
jharlson (2)
RudyFelsh (1)
butteredfatkid (3)
ritrackforsale (3)
PigeonPiss (4)
Silversaving (2)
whynotminot (4)
dudearino78 (4)
fixxitor (4)
BullionStacker (4)
null_input (2)
Aierughh (1)
TheDonkeyDominator (2)
Observant_Lion (1)
stonemender (4)
JC3FL (4)
Detroitideas (3)
dgalvan (1)
padge73 (4)
deathsythe (1)
workday1 (1)
bigtedrx (2)
lifesabatch (1)
 
Please let me know if your squares are not right so that I can look into it ASAP. Also, if I have not contacted you with shipping info/GW address please PM me for it again as I have forgotten. I tried to stay on top of everything, but I was fielding a lot of messages, so I apologize if you slipped through the cracks! The PAID and RECEIVED lists are current, and I will update them daily. PENDING means that I have not received a GW payment or a package from you yet.
 
Once all ounces and payments are received, we will select teams for the sides and numbers for the rows and columns. If everyone is on the ball, we will do this on Saturday 1/28 :)
Thank you to all for playing!
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New Side Project Out Today [ Feedback Request ]

Just in time for the Super Bowl!
My new side project aims at giving a people on the internet a way to run their super bowl pools with friends in real life and online across the world.
Right now people don’t have a good option for playing this popular game and resort to using sites like these:
http://www.superbowlpoolsite.com/grid.php?url=FortheLoveofPitsFUNdraiser https://superbowlsquares.org/CRRCSuperBowl http://www.parkerhillcatsbaseball.com/Default.aspx?tabid=983330 http://www.footballsquaresonline.com/morecreate.aspx https://www.runyourpool.com/NFL-Squares-Pools.cfm
They’re ugly, old, non-transparent in how they handle payment, and hard to use.
By adding Bitcoin we can make this game anonymous, free (there is an optional site donation), and 100% transparent / fair since all the funding of the pool and its payout will be on the blockchain.
Enter new “pop-up restaurant” site:
https://2018squares.com/ and https://2018squares.com/reddt-test-beta-launch
2018squares.com is a tool you can use to play with friends and add excitement to the Super Bowl. Make a game with one square worth 1/10th of a bitcoin and have the winner take all with a prize of 1 full Bitcoin! If 100 friends on the internet want to play a fun game for 1$ a square and pick a few each - they can do that too! I created my own Bitcoin payment gateway so there is no usual 3% fee like when using Stripe or a third-party. During this beta release payment is turned off but trying to purchase the square will reserve it and trigger funding the square - it will stay reserved until the beta ends instead of the usual 10 minutes. After the beta ends, payment will be accepted on the site and all awarding of prizes will be transparent and available for inspection on the blockchain. no registration, no emails. Please let me know what you think! thoughts and or feedback appreciated!
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This is the trendiest thing happening with Bitcoin till Sunday.

stealth launching this project today:
It's a Super Bowl Squares meets bitcoin site and its the new way people on the internet run their super bowl pools with friends in real life and online across the world. Right now people don’t have a good option for playing this popular game and resort to using sites like these :
http://www.superbowlpoolsite.com/grid.php?url=FortheLoveofPitsFUNdraiser
https://superbowlsquares.org/CRRCSuperBowl
http://www.parkerhillcatsbaseball.com/Default.aspx?tabid=983330
http://www.footballsquaresonline.com/morecreate.aspx
They’re ugly, old, non-transparent in how they handle payment, and hard to use.
By adding Bitcoin we can make this game 100% transparent and fair since all the funding of the pool and its payout will be on the blockchain.
Enter a new donation based “pop-up restaurant” site:
https://2018squares.com/ and https://2018squares.com/reddit-test-do-it-yourself-bitcoin-superbowl-pool
You can use it to run your pools with much more fun and ease than ever before. For example: make one square worth 1/10th of a bitcoin and have the winner take all and win one full Bitcoin! If 100 friends on the internet want to play a fun game for 1$ a square ( 100$ pot ) just to dabble in buying something with Bitcoin then you can do that too! I created my own Bitcoin payment gateway so there is no 3% fee like if using a company like Stripe and to ensure the security and anonymity of everyone. During the beta release, payment has been turned off but trying to purchase the square will reserve it and it will stay reserved until the beta ends. After the beta ends, all squares will be come unreserved again, and payment will be accepted on the site. All payments and their transaction ids will be transparent and available for inspection on the blockchain. Please let me know what you think! thoughts and feedback appreciated!
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Bowl Experience Project Day 14: The St. Petersburg and TaxSlayer Bowls!

Bowl Experience Project Day 14: The St. Petersburg and TaxSlayer Bowls!

stpetersburg St. Petersburg Bowl stpetersburg - Writeup by xelphin

2016 Matchup: miamioh Miami OH vs. Mississippi State Mississippi State

miamioh Miami (OH) (6-6) miamioh
Miami (OH) Redhawks - Miami made history this season after starting with a rocky 0-6 start to the season and ending with an unprecedented 6-0 finish of the season to bring them to .500 and ensure bowl eligibility. Some claim that the change is due in part a change in the depth chart, which put Gus Ragland in the driver's seat at QB. This may be the redshirt sophomore's chance to make the MAC shine.
Losing close to WKU and creeping up on Cincinnati are sour tastes in the Redhawks' mouths and this bowl game is surely one of the toughest of their season. The Redhawks run defense, which is one of the best in the MAC, will come into play for this game with Tony Reid, Heath Harding, and De'Andre Montgomery shutting it down any chance they get.
Mississippi State Mississippi State (5-7) Mississippi State
Mississippi State Bulldogs - The Bulldogs, entering the game 5-7 on the season, rode their Academic Progress Report into bowl eligibility and they are going to come out looking for blood in this bowl. For them, failure is not an option: Win, and the SEC beat a MAC team. Lose, and the SEC lost to a MAC team. Unfortunate, but true.
Because of this, Mississippi State needs to come out fired up, and that extra 15 practices may do just that. On the brighter side of things, Nick Fitzgerald is surely going to be looking for any chances to shine and could very well be a dominant force in the pocket. Look for them to show some of that 'SEC speed.' The defense also very much needs to step up, specifically on pass defense. If they can patch a few holes in the defense, they should have very few issues.
Bowl History
Location: St. Petersburg, FL
Stadium: Tropicana Field
Bowl Held Since: 2008
Conference Tie-Ins: American vs. ACC or Conference USA (Alternates MAC, Sun Belt)
Sponsor History:
magicJack (2008)
Beef O'Brady's (2009-2013)
BitPay (2014)
Payout: $500,000
Bowl History: The St. Petersburg Bowl is the third college bowl game to be played in the Tampa Bay area; both the long-defunct Cigar Bowl and the ongoing Outback Bowl have been held across the bay in Tampa. The bowl game features teams from the American Athletic Conference against either the Atlantic Coast Conference or Conference USA, unless one of the conferences does not have enough bowl eligible teams. In those cases, the Mid-American or Sun Belt Conference are eligible to send a team. This year, with teams from the SEC and MAC, they are slightly out of their typical fare as the SEC is not in their associated Conference Pool and the MAC is considered an 'Alternate'.
Interesting Facts:
Since Tropicana Field was originally designed for baseball, the football gridiron is arranged along the right field line, from home plate to the foul pole. The game is one of three bowls to take place in a baseball-only stadium among current post-season football contests; the others being the Miami Beach Bowl (played at Miami's Marlins Park) and the Pinstripe Bowl (played in The Bronx, New York at Yankee Stadium).
On June 18, 2014, it was announced that bitcoin payment service provider BitPay would become the new sponsor of the game under a two-year deal, renamed the Bitcoin St. Petersburg Bowl. Bitcoin, the digital currency, would be accepted for ticket and concession sales at the game as part of the sponsorship, and the sponsorship itself was also paid for using bitcoin. On April 2, 2015, after one year of sponsorship, BitPay declined to renew sponsorship of the game.
Notable Games:
2008 magicJack St. Petersburg Bowl: The inaugural St. Petersburg Bowl game was played on Dec 20, 2008, between the South Florida Bulls and Memphis Tigers, with the USF Bulls winning by a score of 41–14. USF Quarterback Matt Grothe was named Most Outstanding Player, after throwing for 236 yards and three touchdowns and rushing for 83 yards on 15 carries.
2011 Beef 'O' Brady's Bowl: The 2011 Beef 'O' Brady's Bowl featured the first Sun Belt conference team to play in the game, as Florida International lost 20–10 to Marshall (Conference USA). This was the first time that the Big East (a previous bowl tie-in conference) was unable to send a team to the game. FIU joined Marshall in C-USA in 2013, both competed in the conference's East Division for football.

Gator Bowl TaxSlayer Gator Bowl Gator Bowl - Writeup by remwin

2016 Matchup:kentucky Kentucky vs. Georgia Tech georgia tech

kentucky Kentucky (7-5) kentucky
Kentucky Wildcats: In both the last 2 seasons, Kentucky was one game away from being bowl eligible for the first time since 2010. After opening the 2016 campaign with a loss to Southern Mississippi and on the wrong end of a blow out against Florida, all the talk in Lexington was whether or not Mark Stoops would be fired. The Wildcats changed their offensive style though as Stoops took over on the defense, resulting in the Wildcats ripping off seven wins out of their last 10 games for their best regular season finish since 2009. It was also the most conference wins (4) since 2006 capping off the turnaround season with a huge victory over rival Louisville. Speaking of, Kentucky shocked the world as they topped the Louisville Cardinals by picking off Heisman winner Lamar Jackson repeatedly in a 41-38 upset.
georgia tech Georgia Tech (8-4) georgia tech
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets: Georgia Tech may have had the quietest eight-win season in college football in 2016. They opened the season with a 17-14 against Boston College in Dublin, and equaled their 2015 win total of 3 after only the first 3 weeks. However, they dropped their next three games and entered the last half of the season at 3-3. As winners of five of their last six including wins over then #14 Virginia Tech and at rival Georgia, the Yellow Jackets showed marked improvement from 2015. Georgia Tech finished 10th in the country in rushing offense at 257 yards per game while seven players amassed 20 or more carries for the season.
Bowl History
Location: Jacksonville, FL
Stadium: Everbank Field
Bowl Held Since: 1946
Conference Tie-Ins: SEC vs. ACC or Big Ten
Former Names:
Gator Bowl (1946-85)
Mazda Gator Bowl (1986–91)
Outback Gator Bowl (1992–94)
Toyota Gator Bowl (1995–2007)
Konica Minolta Gator Bowl (2008–10)
Progressive Gator Bowl (2011)
TaxSlayer.com Gator Bowl (2012–2013)
Payout: $3,500,000+
TaxSlayer Bowl History: Operating continously since 1946 makes the TaxSlayer Bowl (Gator Bowl) the 6th oldest bowl game and was the first to be televised nationally. Florida and Clemson are tied with the most appearances with nine each. Starting in 2015, the bowl began a conference tie-in deal that will feature SEC teams playing ACC teams for three years, then Big Ten teams the other three years; Notre Dame is also eligible during ACC years.
Notable Games:
1978 Gator Bowl: Ohio State vs. Clemson - Ohio State coach Woody Hayes infamously lost his temper after a Clemson interception. Clemson player Charlie Bauman stepped out of bounds on the Ohio State sideline and Hayes hit Bauman with his forearm. Clemson won the game and Hayes was fired the next day.
1960 Gator Bowl: Florida vs. Baylor - Florida scored two touchdowns in the second quarter, but with a failed extra point, the Gators lead 13-0 entering the fourth quarter. Baylor RB Ronnie Bull punched it in from 3 yards out with less than 2 minutes to go to make the score 13-12. Baylor coach John Bridgers decided to go for the win and the 2 point conversion. Bobby Ply's two-point conversion toss into the end zone hit WR Ronnie Goodwin in the hands, but he dropped the ball and Florida held on for the win.

Now we want to hear from YOU!

Have you attended one of these bowls? If so, tell us about your experience! What was the gameday atmosphere? What advice would you give to fans traveling to the game? Do you recommend it?

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[2015 Bowl Preview] St. Petersburg Bowl

St. Petersburg Bowl St. Petersburg Bowl St. Petersburg Bowl
ConnecticutConnecticut Huskies vs. Marshall Marshall Thundering Herd
Bowl Information
Date: Saturday, December 26, 2015
Time: 11:00 AM EST
Channel: ESPN
Point Spread: Marshall -4.5
O/U: 43
Website: http://stpetersburgbowl.com/
Bowl History
Year Founded: 2008
Location: St. Petersburg, Florida
Stadium: Tropicana Field
Conference Tie-ins: 4th Conference USA vs 6th American
Trophy: Last Year’s Trophy
Payout: $500,000
2014 Season Result: NC State 34 - UCF 27
Brief Bowl History: For history before the the 2013 season, check out the wiki page. In 2014, BitPay became the sponsor for the bowl, renaming the bowl to the Bitcoin St. Petersburg Bowl. The 2014 bowl game accepted bitcoin as a payment method for tickets to the game, becoming the first college football game to accept bitcoin as a payment method. BitPay has since decided not to continue sponsorship so it currently just the St. Petersburg Bowl.
Connecticut Connecticut Huskies
2015 Season Record: Connecticut 6-6 (4-4) Result
Villanova 6-5 W 20-15
Army 2-9 (0-0) W 22-17
Missouri 5-7 (1-7) L 6-9
Navy 9-2 (7-1) L 18-28
BYU 9-3 (0-0) L 13-30
UCF 0-12 (0-8) W 40-13
South Florida 8-4 (6-2) L 20-28
Cincinnati 7-5 (4-4) L 13-37
East Carolina 5-7 (3-5) W 31-13
Tulane 3-9 (1-7) W 7-3
Houston 11-1 (7-1) W 20-17
Temple 10-2 (7-1) L 3-27
Key Players this Season:
  1. CB Jamar Summers - Sophomore (Orange, NJ) All-AAC First Team CB, 24 Tackles, 7 interceptions for 102 yards and 1 TD.
  2. RB Arkeel Newsome - Sophomore (Ansonia, CT) 174 touches for 760 yards, 8 TDs overall
  3. QB Bryant Shirreffs - Redshirt Sophomore (Jefferson, GA) 2420 yards overall (1992 passing, 428 Rushing). 220 yards per game. 12 TDs overall
Biggest Plays this Season:
  1. RB Arkeel Newsome runs 90 yards to blow the game wide open against ECU
  2. Backup QB Boyle lines up a lateral throw to Garret Anderson, who lines up a pass to Noel Thomas for the game winning touchdown against Houston
  3. In an otherwise ugly game, Jamar Summers intercepts a pass and runs it back for a Touchdown, defeating Tulane 7-3.
Season Summary: Under second year Head Coach Bob Diaco, the Huskies went from 2-10 to 6-6, a marked improvement considering they haven’t reached the postseason or had a season winning percentage of or above .500 since 2010-11. While the team still has its struggles, it has remained competitive throughout the year, including a huge upset of the highest ranked G5 school, Houston.
Why we are going to win: UConn is 33rd nationally in total defense (352.3 yards allowed per game), but the Huskies are even better against the pass, being ranked 21st (187 yards a game). UConn is 19th in points against, only letting up an average of 19.8 points per game. UConn is tied for 11th nationally in interceptions with 17, and sophomore cornerback Jamar Summers ended the regular season tied for third in the country. This stout defense will try and shut down the Marshall offense.
Marshall Marshall Thundering Herd
2015 Season Record: Marshall 9-3 (6-2) Result
Purdue 2-10 (1-7) W 41-31
Ohio 8-4 (5-3) L 10-21
Norfolk State 4-7 W 45-7
Kent State 3-9 (2-6) W 36-29
Old Dominion 5-7 (3-5) W 27-7
Southern Miss 9-3 (7-1) W 31-10
Florida Atlantic 3-9 (3-5) W 33-17
North Texas 1-11 (1-7) W 30-13
Charlotte 2-10 (0-8) W 34-10
Middle Tennessee 7-5 (6-2) L 24-27
Florida International 5-7 (3-5) W 52-0
Western Kentucky 10-2 (8-0) L 28-49
Key Players this Season:
  1. QB Chase Litton - True Freshman (Tampa, FL) 2426 yards overall (2387 passing, 39 yards rushing). 22 TDs overall
  2. WKR Deandre Reaves - Senior (Sterling, VA) CUSA Special Teams Player of the Year, 47 receptions for 617 yards with 4 TDs and 14 PRs for 178 yards and 2 TDs. Highlights
  3. LB Evan McKelvey - Senior (Moncks Corner, SC) CUSA defensive player of the year, 113 total tackles.
Biggest Plays this Season:
  1. Deandre Reaves with a 70 yard punt return in the dismantling of FIU (along with the black jerseys marshall has only worn once in honor of the 45th anniversary of the infamous plane crash)
  2. 4th down in overtime and down by 7, Chase Litton rolls to the left and connects with Davonte Allen in a clutch pass to save the game against Kent State.
  3. This is another spectacular catch made by devonte Allen in a losing effort to MTSU.
Season Summary: Last season was the best season under Doc Holiday’s tenure at Marshall, finishing the season 13-1 with a CUSA championship, bowl win over NIU in the Boca Raton bowl and finishing #23 in the final AP poll. Doc Holliday's Thundering Herd wasn't able to repeat as Conference USA champions in 2015, but Marshall is headed to its third consecutive bowl game and fourth in six years. Despite losses to Ohio and a heartbreaking loss in 2 OT to Middle Tennessee State, Marshall entered the last week of the season in position to win the Conference USA East title for the third consecutive year. The Thundering Herd fell in a winner-take-all game at Western Kentucky for the CUSA East title and finished the season 9-3 (6-2).
Why Marshall is going to win: Storrs, Connecticut is home to one of the worst offenses in the FBS this season. Connecticut averaged 17.8 points per game, and ranked 107th or lower in scoring, yards per play, third-down conversions and sacks and tackles for loss allowed. The Herd presents major worries for the leaky Husky O-line, because of DE Gary Thompson and LB Evan McKelvey. Marshall generated a C-USA-leading 27 turnovers this season, and held opponents to just 201 passing yards per game. True freshman quarterback Chase Litton has effectively controlled the offense in Birdsong’s absence with the help of a committee of running backs including Remi Watson, Keion Davis and Tony Pittman which are combined for more than 1,200 yards. Holiday is undefeated in bowl games as head coach of the Thundering Herd, going 3-0.
Why you should watch the game: This is the first meeting between these two teams and should be a defensive struggle. Marshall’s Deandre Reeves has been a particular highlight for their special teams, with three returns for touchdowns, so be sure to watch out for him on kick returns! UConn’s CB Jamar Summers is also a playmaker for their defense, with game-clinching interceptions against Tulane and Houston, so there is sure to be a lot of action during this game.
Contributors: Team 1: choco_cow, chweris
Team 2: tvwatcherr
Subreddits:
/marshall /uconn
For more info on the 2015 Bowl Preview Project, see the info thread. For all your information on this, and other, projects, go to /cfbprojects! Questions or comments? Message us here
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01-30 16:03 - 'How to get a Bitcoin for about $100.' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/iidanmanii removed from /r/Bitcoin within 2-12min

'''
Just in time for the Super Bowl!
My new side project aims at giving a people on the internet a way to run their super bowl pools with friends in real life and online across the world.
Right now people don’t have a good option for playing this popular game and resort to using sites like these:
[link]1 [link]2 [link]3 [link]4 [link]5
They’re ugly, old, non-transparent in how they handle payment, and hard to use.
By adding Bitcoin we can make this game anonymous, free (there is an optional site donation), and 100% transparent / fair since all the funding of the pool and its payout will be on the blockchain.
Enter new “pop-up restaurant” site:
[link]6 and [link]6 linkedin-test-beta-launch
2018squares.com is a tool you can use to play with friends and add excitement to the Super Bowl. Make a game with one square worth 1$ or 10$ or 1/10th of a bitcoin and have the winner take all with a prize of a Bitcoin! If 10 friends on the internet want to play a fun game for 1$ a square and pick a few each - they can do that too! I created my own Bitcoin payment gateway so there is no usual 3% fee like when using Stripe or a third-party. During this beta release payment is turned off but trying to purchase the square will reserve it and trigger funding the square - it will stay reserved until the beta ends instead of the usual 10 minutes. After the beta ends, payment will be accepted on the site and all awarding of prizes will be transparent and available for inspection on the blockchain. no registration, no emails. Please let me know what you think! thoughts and or feedback appreciated!
'''
How to get a Bitcoin for about $100.
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Author: iidanmanii
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Subreddit Stats: beermoney posts from 2017-12-31 to 2018-01-30 14:37 PDT

Period: 29.72 days
Submissions Comments
Total 226 4844
Rate (per day) 7.60 157.81
Unique Redditors 197 1692
Combined Score 7093 13870

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    1. Prolific [surveys] launched a new site, they are giving away $5 to every new user (first 1000) (27 points, 96 comments)
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  63. 22 points, 1 submission: Blackout797
    1. PSA: Third batch of $5 Amazon Gift Cards from the Bestow referral program rolling out! Check your emails. (22 points, 10 comments)
  64. 22 points, 1 submission: MeatBrick64
    1. PayPal users check your email - 10-15 minute survey paid out in a $5 Starbucks gift card (22 points, 15 comments)
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  67. 21 points, 1 submission: SimpleMinded101
    1. Check out Vid.Social, it remonetizes FB or YT videos.. All you do is share and earn. Link inside.. (21 points, 12 comments)
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  69. 20 points, 1 submission: Preparation_H_
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  76. 18 points, 1 submission: ChicagoGreenRiver
    1. Paid Market Research Study on Budget Traveling - Fieldwork Chicago (18 points, 5 comments)
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    1. Anyone else suddenly receive a ton of surveys through Google Opinion Rewards? (18 points, 27 comments)
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  79. 18 points, 1 submission: asphx
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    1. New GPT site (Complete offers to earn points) (16 points, 65 comments)
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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] How to get a Bitcoin for about $100.

The following post by iidanmanii is being replicated because the post has been silently removed.
The original post can be found(in censored form) at this link:
np.reddit.com/ Bitcoin/comments/7u1x04
The original post's content was as follows:
Just in time for the Super Bowl!
My new side project aims at giving a people on the internet a way to run their super bowl pools with friends in real life and online across the world.
Right now people don’t have a good option for playing this popular game and resort to using sites like these:
http://www.superbowlpoolsite.com/grid.php?url=FortheLoveofPitsFUNdraiser https://superbowlsquares.org/CRRCSuperBowl http://www.parkerhillcatsbaseball.com/Default.aspx?tabid=983330 http://www.footballsquaresonline.com/morecreate.aspx https://www.runyourpool.com/NFL-Squares-Pools.cfm
They’re ugly, old, non-transparent in how they handle payment, and hard to use.
By adding Bitcoin we can make this game anonymous, free (there is an optional site donation), and 100% transparent / fair since all the funding of the pool and its payout will be on the blockchain.
Enter new “pop-up restaurant” site:
https://2018squares.com/ and https://2018squares.com/linkedin-test-beta-launch
2018squares.com is a tool you can use to play with friends and add excitement to the Super Bowl. Make a game with one square worth 1$ or 10$ or 1/10th of a bitcoin and have the winner take all with a prize of a Bitcoin! If 10 friends on the internet want to play a fun game for 1$ a square and pick a few each - they can do that too! I created my own Bitcoin payment gateway so there is no usual 3% fee like when using Stripe or a third-party. During this beta release payment is turned off but trying to purchase the square will reserve it and trigger funding the square - it will stay reserved until the beta ends instead of the usual 10 minutes. After the beta ends, payment will be accepted on the site and all awarding of prizes will be transparent and available for inspection on the blockchain. no registration, no emails. Please let me know what you think! thoughts and or feedback appreciated!
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Idea: Bounty/pool for Superbowl QR codes shown during broadcast

I just thought of a great idea.
Collect donations towards payment to QR code signs from the crowd that happen to get shown on TV during the SuperBowl broadcast.
This will be an incentive to cause lots of QR code signs to be in the crowd, especially if the total gets up into the tens or more bitcoins donated.
Of course, the donations would need to be held by a party that can be trusted and the distribution of the bounty would need to be verified so that all whose codes were in the broadcast get their portion of the payout.
This is just an idea -- I'm not the person to carry this out. Is it a decent idea though?
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