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Around 4 Days Left to Purchase Equity in Teehe Sports Book & Casino DAO (Extensive FAQ Inside)

There are now around 4 days left to purchase equity in Teehe Sports Book & Casino. Below I've compiled a Q&A list, along with links to even more info. If you'd like to buy Peershares, then check the main website for contact info. Of note is the fact that this project is headed up by the creator of Peerbox, an operating system designed for securely running nodes and minting Peercoins. The creator (Peerchemist) is a well known and reputable figure in the Peercoin community.
Important Links:
How are you dealing with the legal aspects of this?
First and foremost Teehe is not illegal; however precautions have been made with foresight of legislative changes to cryptocurrency, crowdfunding, and online gambling. As much as legal entities are concerned we do not exist. We only exist in form of DAO. Ownership is decentralized and anonymous.
This must be illegal in United States of America.
Contrary to popular belief online gambling is not illegal in the United States, merely the money transmission process to online gambling companies has been outlawed by the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act in 2006.
There is no way for government to seize funds or credit card company to block money transfers as we use cryptocurrency. We handle USD without handling Fiat, thanks to NuBits, which is a cryptocurrency that is pegged to the dollar. The Nu Network was created 6 months ago and has maintained their peg to the dollar, at times generating millions of dollars in trading volume and consistently being listed in the top 10 or top 3 on CoinMarketCap.com in terms of volume.
Can’t managers just steal IPO funds and never deliver the product?
IPO funds are kept in multisig wallet among managers and one neutral party, a well known Nu and Peercoin community member who is chosen for good reputation. Even if managers of Teehe want to steal the funds, they can’t. That is the design.
Why is it better to raise money through Peershares than from traditional VCs?
Funding raised through traditional venture capital firms eliminates anonymity. Furthermore, an elimination of anonymity is a point of failure for the organization if legislation were to negatively shift in either the cryptocurrency or gambling industry. In this regard, Teehe management has the foresight to raise funds in an anonymous fashion through Peershares, to prevent third party intervention in the future. Peershares also allows for profit earned to be distributed via dividends among shareholders, plus the ability for shareholders to influence Teehe through decentralized motion voting.
Teehe is structured to be resilient to attacks from legal entities by its ownership structure in the form of a Peershares DAO, which allows it to circumvent high taxes, regulatory costs and forms of censorship. There is no way for governments to seize funds or credit card companies to block money transfers. There is no way for any government or bank to influence Teehe. That is the design. It is important to say that the only contact point of Teehe with the "real world" is dividends sold for fiat by our shareholders. If shareholders can do this without government interference, then they will remain 100% safe and anonymous.
How will Teehe match upcoming projects that are implementing decentralized gambling on the blockchain?
While these truly decentralized solutions are quite interesting from technical perspective, we consider they lack practicality. They are often over-engineered and lack scalability, stability and security. That is why we have chosen not to pursue this kind of approach and use tested and reliable technologies. This does not mean we will not strive to technically evolve in the future. We think we are in far better position to experiment with new technologies as money making business than startup running on investor’s money.
What value does non-volatile betting provide the customer?
Bitcoin has continued to grow in the consciousness of its users. However, people still predominantly rationalize their monetary portfolios in terms of Fiat. The same applies to gambling, bettors wish to wager approximately $100 on a match, and not 0.34798 Bitcoin. We spare our customers of this mental conversion and allow them to bet in terms of their preferred Fiat currency.
Volatility is a risk premium, meaning an investor requires a higher return on an investment due to volatility. The volatility swings with Bitcoin are not small either, especially over a long term perspective, so Bitcoin gamblers are taking large risks without being compensated. Teehe eliminates this risk premium, it is logical to conclude the market will come to favour such a solution.
The biggest value is not even to the current Bitcoin gambling market. Teehe opens up this market to the massive traditional Fiat market. Teehe is a bridge between both of these markets. It captures all the benefits cryptocurrency has over Fiat that saw the rise in Bitcoin gambling, while solving the volatility problem that prevented a larger majority of users entering into Bitcoin gambling.
The gambling industry is one that reacts to change quickly; it was one of the first industries to move operations to the internet, it was one of the first use cases of Bitcoin. The future of the online gambling market lies in non-volatile betting, low transaction fees, and instantaneous deposits/withdraws.
Where did the name Teehe came from?
The ancient Greek goddess Tyche. The personification of chance or luck, the Fortuna of the Romans, a daughter of Zeus the Liberator.
Adapted to English language and modern demographics.
How does Teehe compare with classic online betting sites and casinos?
Teehe solves a lot of problems that customers experience with classic online betting sites that accept Fiat currency. Gamblers are accustomed to gamble with Fiat, whether USD or Euro. We handle USD without handling Fiat, thanks to NuBits. Moreover, Bitcoin takes role of credit card operator with Teehe as it can be used as mean of money transfer from customer to Teehe or vice versa. By not using Fiat currency we solve following problems:
• Money deposit/withdrawal fees
Credit card company will take fee, PayPal/Skrill will take a fee, gambling house will take a fee. Those can reach up to 20 USD on each transfer in any direction. Most of people gamble with less than 50 USD at the time. So they lose up to 50% of their stake just to transfer the money.
• Money transmission delays
It will take up to two days to get your money to gambling house, even more if you need to withdraw.
• Fiat to Fiat conversion fees
Most of gambling houses accept Euro/US Dollar. If customer uses another currency, credit card company or PayPal/Skrill will rob you on conversion rate.
• Easy taxation on behalf of authorities
Authorities ignore small time players. However if you score big win, like 5-10-20k Euro governments will try to tax it. Sometime taking as much as 50%. With Fiat you can not hide this money, with cryptcurrency you can.
• Total loss of privacy
Your bank, credit card company and goverment can track your activity easily.
• Seizure of customers funds by bank or credit card company.
This happens sometimes, you can read about it on gambling/betting forums. For no obvious reasons credit card company or PayPal will just take your funds and keep them for months as you try to get it back hopelessly.
What do we solve? All of the above. We handle USD without handling Fiat, thanks to NuBits. We allow customers to bypass classic financial institutions while retaining their habits.
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Debunking exaggerations of the security of Cosmos peg zones. Copy of tendermint.slack.com #cosmos debate between rilly and ashgreen

https://tendermint.slack.com/archives/C1ER2AN4C/p1493093698914392
rilly 4:14 AM (I'm trying to migrate a conversation from the ourchain.slack) @ebuchman I wanted to ask about how Cosmos peg zones compare with BTC Relay. Here is what tendermint said on reddit. "Cosmos keeps the Bitcoin bridge as a separate zone because we want to keep the Cosmos Hub a simple blockchain agnostic to PoW verification logic. If you have Ethereum act as a hub ala BTC Relay, how do you deal with future forks where e.g. Dogecoin change the PoW/consensus algorithm? Also, AFAIK there are functional limitations to BTCRelay as compare to Cosmos Bitcoin pegs." https://www.reddit.com/Synereo/comments/5v00k5/cosmostendermintethermint_might_have_the_fastest/ddztrms/ (edited)
rilly 4:21 AM I'm not sure how you would deal with a hard fork. Maybe this would mean you would have to "hard fork" (reissue and recreate) every token and contract that depends on BTC Rely? That is the price you pay for making things "read-only". For these sorts of things you need an alert system to let everyone know to upgrade. Bonded messaging is a decentralized alert system where bonds are used to ensure the receiver appreciates the message (if enough of them disapprove the bond is taken). 4:23 Who does a Cosmos zone trust to decide which forks to follow? ebuchman 4:31 AM i dont think btc relay provides a peg, its just a light client for bitcoin (edited) 4:31 the cosmos bitcoin pegzone will actually be a peg to bitcoin 4:32 handling forks is somewhat unresolved/unspecified. it will depend on the conditions 4:32 eg if bitcoin hard forks, the peg zone will need to upgrade the mechanics of the peg to keep up - its effectively a bitcoin client like anyone else (edited) rilly 4:42 AM Will Cosmos Hub validators all be signatories of a Bitcoin multisig wallet to hold the Bitcoins to back the pegs? (edited) 4:46 Or are these the sorts of pegs that aren't actually backed by Bitcoins, ie they use ATOM or something and hope the price stays in a certain range? (edited) krzysiekj 10:05 AM joined #cosmos. Also, @gxinterest joined, @dthn joined. ashgreen 12:30 PM @rilly Bitcoins on Cosmos Hub will be backed by actual Bitcoins on the main chain 12:31 it is really important to make the software in a way that people even can not tell which one is which 12:32 Once btc on both of the chains feels the same, the whole blockchain industry is ready to integrate into the Cosmos ecosystem starting from any services using btc. (edited) rilly 1:55 PM @ashgreen I'm such an idiot I believed that the "bitcoins" were so pricey at Mt Gox because they were the most trusted exchange. Now I understand what I was seeing. The BTC-IOUs became more valuable than the USD-IOUs because Gox was redeeming more of the BTC-IOUs than the USD-IOUs but eventually they stopped redeeming both. Therefore I think it really important to make a very clear distinction between IOUs and the actual bitcoin in your own wallet. Thus my solution is bonded messaging alerting people to upgrade. ashgreen 1:58 PM @rilly Cosmos btc peg is more than just an IOU. It is technical guarantee that btc on Cosmos represents the ownership of btc on the main chain 1:59 but yes your concern is very important and that is why Cosmos also wants to build a hybrid style distributed exchange 1:59 so that MT.Gox won’t happen again rilly 2:17 PM @ashgreen If you tell us how it works will it undermine the sacred trust? Maybe we need to write "In God We Trust" on these tokens LOL AFAIK bitcoin scripts cannot hold bitcoin in contracts to be released when an IOU is redeemed on a "sidechain" so I believe this "technical guarantee" you speak of is not as strong as BTC Relay. Here you can find a list of less secure "technical guarantees" for redeeming IOU tokens on "sidechains" https://www.reddit.com/Synereo/comments/5hm7xn/rchain_will_not_require_amps_to_function/db36lzy/ (edited) ashgreen 2:22 PM I think we are considering a bunch of ways and you can join the discussion on Reddit. Not a certain solution Cosmos team can tell at this moment. 2:22 How are they different? Pegging by sidechain and btc relay? don’t they both use multi sig? rilly 2:30 PM The problem is that you can't put a light client for a "sidechain" on Bitcoin. You can't make scripts/contracts on bitcoin that execute when your BTC IOUs are redeemed on the sidechain. But with BTC Relay you can have a decentralized exchange with half an order book. The ETH seller can put ETH on the order book, go offline, and people can buy the ETH with BTC, only trusting the contracts. You can't put BTC-IOU on the order book and go offline without trusting the signatories of a multisig. If you have a multisig that is as large as your validator set you have similar security. Thus I asked whether Cosmos Hub validators would all be a part of a BTC multisig wallet. I believe the answer is, "no". ebuchman i dont think btc relay provides a peg, its just a light client for bitcoin Posted in #cosmosApril 25th at 4:31 AM rilly 2:45 PM @ashgreen "Pegging by sidechain and btc relay? don’t they both use multi sig?" BTC Relay might be used by someone claiming to peg an IOU to actual BTC but the closest thing to a "technical guarantee" for a BTC IOU is a token backed by far more ETH/ATOM than the value of the BTC that is to be redeemed. That is probably more expensive that it is worth and it only guarantees the IOU until the price of ETH vs BTC hits a certain value. You cannot guarantee that (during a TheDAO hack, for example) the ETH can be automatically traded for BTC on a decentralized exchange, to force redemption of the IOU before the orders can be taken off the exchange. (edited) krzysiekj 2:58 PM left #cosmos ashgreen 3:26 PM @rilly 1) you only need to go through the signatories when you pull out btc onto the mainnet, the transfer between blockchains, not when you trade and the signatories are supposed to run the nodes 24hours. If the ecosystem including the PG companies move over to Cosmos, the IOU wouldn’t be IOU anymore, which I don’t think is IOU in the first place. It will have its own value. 2) maybe you are mentioning about Atomic swap but Cosmos Dex is hybrid. The trade can get settlement finality in realtime using the hybrid feature (see the github note for the detail). (edited) rilly 4:12 PM @ashgreen PG = peg? Mainnet = Bitcoin blockchain? "If the ecosystem including the PG companies move over to Cosmos" Are you assuming major exchanges will choose to run on Cosmos zones (like Open Transactions was/is hoping for with voting pools) (if you offer them enough ATOM)? How many are interested thus far? "the IOU wouldn’t be IOU anymore, which I don’t think is IOU in the first place. It will have its own value" Yes these "non-mainnet bitcoins" could have a radically different price from actual bitcoins so I suggest we not call them "bitcoins" nor create any illusions or exaggerations of a "technical guarantee" to maintain a peg without a way to enforce this via blockchain contract. Of the two blockchain pegging mechanisms I am aware they both have been broken already and this is with a stable asset unlike BTC. BitUSD on Bitshares and NuBits which I think is on the Peercoin blochain. rilly 4:21 PM "2) maybe you are mentioning about Atomic swap but Cosmos Dex is hybrid. The trade can get settlement finality in realtime using the hybrid feature (see the github note for the detail)." I barely understand atomic swaps or state channels. I'm reading up on that. subtillion 4:43 PM joined #cosmos. Also, @akibabu left. ashgreen 6:48 PM @rilly PG = Payment Gateways such as Bitpay or Circle, the major Bitcoin users or service makers. Mainnet = Yes, Bitcooin main blockchain. 1) If there are enough and clear incentives for the service providers, it is possible that they immigrate to Cosmos. I think faster transaction speed, smart contract availability for BTC using smart contract zone, way cheaper transaction fee, and unlimited scalability should be the incentives strong enough to convince them to join. They are not individuals. They are business operators. If something proves to maximize the profit and streamline the processes, they will take a proper managerial decisions. 2) Yes. You can say that btc on mainnet and Cosmos Hub are different. If a right tech and safe pegging architecture is implemented, the difference between those two should be only a “location” where btc is getting confirmed. In that case, it is not IOU, it is btc itself. If it is not the case, yes it is something different and will have different names with a proper explanation about risks and how it works which I don’t deem as a good thing to use. If btc on Cosmos Hub is just an IOU, I personally don’t put much value on even creating it. 3) Pegging solutions that use a reserve fund such as BitUSD(bitshares), Steem dollar(Steem), Tether(with HongKong bank reserve), Labor Hour(Chronobank), and other stable currencies, these are NOT IOU nor the pegging subject itself. They merely back a certain token’s value pegged to a subject with a reserve fund. This value pegging system using reserve funds can always break down when facing high degree of fluctuations and steady price trend that goes only one way(mostly trend going downwards). 4) Unlike the value pegging system with reserve funds, Cosmos Hub pegs the token itself on the main blockchain physically and technically. If the peg is not guaranteed technically in a safe way and the way people agree to come onboard, I don’t see any improvements Cosmos brings to this decentralized world, at least in that sector. However, if it does, I think it will be strong enough to reconstruct the whole industry. (edited)
https://tendermint.slack.com/archives/C1ER2AN4C/p1493420204022785
rilly 10:56 PM @ashgreen @faddat @eudu @asmodat https://tendermint.slack.com/archives/C1ER2AN4C/p1493146086530837 "4) Unlike the value pegging system with reserve funds, Cosmos Hub pegs the token itself on the main blockchain physically and technically." That appears to be nonsense. On Ethereum you can write a contract that is a Cosmos client just like BTC Relay is a Bitcoin client. The Cosmos client contract can trigger an IOU contract release actual ETH when the ETH IOUs are sent to the corresponding contract on the Cosmos exchange. Bitcoin scripts can't run a Cosmos client, so you have to hold Bitcoin in multisig wallets. Am I wrong so far? Who are the signatories? I don't fully understand atomic swaps or state/payment channels but I don't think that matters because I think these still require someone to hold bitcoins if they are to be backing for a token on another blockchain. Atomic swaps require both parties to be online at the time of the swap and state/payment channels mitigate this somehow with a third party. I thought I saw a video of Buterin arguing that state channels were insecure from network failure, but maybe I have it confused. (edited) ashgreen 11:05 PM @rilly you are right. Bitcoin has to have signatories since it doesn't support smart contracts. Think in this way. Smart contracts on Ethereum rely on Ethereum miners, the signatories. So basically every blockchain model has to put a trust in the native validator set. Of course they will act exactly on the protocols written in advance but they still can influence the system. Having signatory doesn't mean it is any bad but rather means the operation of signatories has to be put in an agreed and safe way. Cosmos is working on how to empower the signatories in a way that secures trust and safe. I believe that Jae will write something about it and then we can discuss further about the methodologies. rilly 11:33 PM "Having signatory doesn't mean it is any bad but rather means the operation of signatories has to be put in an agreed and safe way." It is not bad unless you are pretending it is more secure and trustless than it is. 11:33 If the DEX is deployed according to the projected timeline, Tendermint will only have been tested for 4 months on a public blockchain, and DEX will be completely untested in this reality. So you have all the possible vulnerabilities of Bitcoin plus the unknown vulnerabilities of Cosmos. You decided to put a cap on the fundraiser presumably because you didn't want to take on too much responsibility but here you are hyping this thing like it can't fail. Bitcoins are more secure than a peg/IOU token but these tokens can be put on order books and traded faster and cheaper. It can distribute trust for making instant exchanges in comparison with Shapeshift or Changelly (at the cost of privacy?). (edited) 11:33 "Cosmos is working on how to empower the signatories in a way that secures trust and safe. I believe that Jae will write something about it and then we can discuss further about the methodologies." Maybe you haven't decided who the signatories would be. If it is just exchanges that may be less secure than if it is all the Hub validators. But either way exchanges may not trust anyone else to hold their bitcoins. It doesn't necessarily give you better security if your security is better than the others in the multisig. Having many independent exchanges means that many can get hacked without jeopardizing the most secure ones. The more Bitcoins you put in a single multisig the higher the bounty for hacking it. Some of what I was reading sounded like anyone could make a peg zone so couldn't they have one signatory or pick whoever they want? (edited) ashgreen 11:43 PM @rilly nobody is pretending anything. It is just an obvious and simple thing that we need to make it secure and trustless to the level that we can actually commercialize and open up to public with all risks clarified. (edited) balibalo 11:46 PM joined #cosmos rilly 11:51 PM https://tendermint.slack.com/archives/C1ER2AN4C/p1493146086530837 "In that case, it is not IOU, it is btc itself." They should be called pegs, IOUs, or something other than bitcoins. (edited) ashgreen 11:52 PM @rilly right 11:54 pegs sound good rilly 3:36 AM Someone should make a proposal to the on-chain gov to use the validator's atom bonds to back the multisig wallets.
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Extensive Teehe FAQ

There are now around 4 days left to purchase equity in Teehe Sports Book & Casino. Below I've compiled a Q&A list, along with links to even more info. If you'd like to buy Peershares, then check the main website for contact info. Of note is the fact that this project is headed up by the creator of Peerbox, an operating system designed for securely running nodes and minting Peercoins. The creator (Peerchemist) is a well known and reputable figure in the Peercoin community.
Important Links:
How are you dealing with the legal aspects of this?
First and foremost Teehe is not illegal; however precautions have been made with foresight of legislative changes to cryptocurrency, crowdfunding, and online gambling. As much as legal entities are concerned we do not exist. We only exist in form of DAO. Ownership is decentralized and anonymous.
This must be illegal in United States of America.
Contrary to popular belief online gambling is not illegal in the United States, merely the money transmission process to online gambling companies has been outlawed by the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act in 2006.
There is no way for government to seize funds or credit card company to block money transfers as we use cryptocurrency. We handle USD without handling Fiat, thanks to NuBits, which is a cryptocurrency that is pegged to the dollar. The Nu Network was created 6 months ago and has maintained their peg to the dollar, at times generating millions of dollars in trading volume and consistently being listed in the top 10 or top 3 on CoinMarketCap.com in terms of volume.
Can’t managers just steal IPO funds and never deliver the product?
IPO funds are kept in multisig wallet among managers and one neutral party, a well known Nu and Peercoin community member who is chosen for good reputation. Even if managers of Teehe want to steal the funds, they can’t. That is the design.
Why is it better to raise money through Peershares than from traditional VCs?
Funding raised through traditional venture capital firms eliminates anonymity. Furthermore, an elimination of anonymity is a point of failure for the organization if legislation were to negatively shift in either the cryptocurrency or gambling industry. In this regard, Teehe management has the foresight to raise funds in an anonymous fashion through Peershares, to prevent third party intervention in the future. Peershares also allows for profit earned to be distributed via dividends among shareholders, plus the ability for shareholders to influence Teehe through decentralized motion voting.
Teehe is structured to be resilient to attacks from legal entities by its ownership structure in the form of a Peershares DAO, which allows it to circumvent high taxes, regulatory costs and forms of censorship. There is no way for governments to seize funds or credit card companies to block money transfers. There is no way for any government or bank to influence Teehe. That is the design. It is important to say that the only contact point of Teehe with the "real world" is dividends sold for fiat by our shareholders. If shareholders can do this without government interference, then they will remain 100% safe and anonymous.
How will Teehe match upcoming projects that are implementing decentralized gambling on the blockchain?
While these truly decentralized solutions are quite interesting from technical perspective, we consider they lack practicality. They are often over-engineered and lack scalability, stability and security. That is why we have chosen not to pursue this kind of approach and use tested and reliable technologies. This does not mean we will not strive to technically evolve in the future. We think we are in far better position to experiment with new technologies as money making business than startup running on investor’s money.
What value does non-volatile betting provide the customer?
Bitcoin has continued to grow in the consciousness of its users. However, people still predominantly rationalize their monetary portfolios in terms of Fiat. The same applies to gambling, bettors wish to wager approximately $100 on a match, and not 0.34798 Bitcoin. We spare our customers of this mental conversion and allow them to bet in terms of their preferred Fiat currency.
Volatility is a risk premium, meaning an investor requires a higher return on an investment due to volatility. The volatility swings with Bitcoin are not small either, especially over a long term perspective, so Bitcoin gamblers are taking large risks without being compensated. Teehe eliminates this risk premium, it is logical to conclude the market will come to favour such a solution.
The biggest value is not even to the current Bitcoin gambling market. Teehe opens up this market to the massive traditional Fiat market. Teehe is a bridge between both of these markets. It captures all the benefits cryptocurrency has over Fiat that saw the rise in Bitcoin gambling, while solving the volatility problem that prevented a larger majority of users entering into Bitcoin gambling.
The gambling industry is one that reacts to change quickly; it was one of the first industries to move operations to the internet, it was one of the first use cases of Bitcoin. The future of the online gambling market lies in non-volatile betting, low transaction fees, and instantaneous deposits/withdraws.
Where did the name Teehe came from?
The ancient Greek goddess Tyche. The personification of chance or luck, the Fortuna of the Romans, a daughter of Zeus the Liberator.
Adapted to English language and modern demographics.
How does Teehe compare with classic online betting sites and casinos?
Teehe solves a lot of problems that customers experience with classic online betting sites that accept Fiat currency. Gamblers are accustomed to gamble with Fiat, whether USD or Euro. We handle USD without handling Fiat, thanks to NuBits. Moreover, Bitcoin takes role of credit card operator with Teehe as it can be used as mean of money transfer from customer to Teehe or vice versa. By not using Fiat currency we solve following problems:
• Money deposit/withdrawal fees
Credit card company will take fee, PayPal/Skrill will take a fee, gambling house will take a fee. Those can reach up to 20 USD on each transfer in any direction. Most of people gamble with less than 50 USD at the time. So they lose up to 50% of their stake just to transfer the money.
• Money transmission delays
It will take up to two days to get your money to gambling house, even more if you need to withdraw.
• Fiat to Fiat conversion fees
Most of gambling houses accept Euro/US Dollar. If customer uses another currency, credit card company or PayPal/Skrill will rob you on conversion rate.
• Easy taxation on behalf of authorities
Authorities ignore small time players. However if you score big win, like 5-10-20k Euro governments will try to tax it. Sometime taking as much as 50%. With Fiat you can not hide this money, with cryptcurrency you can.
• Total loss of privacy
Your bank, credit card company and goverment can track your activity easily.
• Seizure of customers funds by bank or credit card company.
This happens sometimes, you can read about it on gambling/betting forums. For no obvious reasons credit card company or PayPal will just take your funds and keep them for months as you try to get it back hopelessly.
What do we solve? All of the above. We handle USD without handling Fiat, thanks to NuBits. We allow customers to bypass classic financial institutions while retaining their habits.
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