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Staking rules

    • MaxLange
      Joined: 20.09.2014 Posts: 195
      Staking rules what does that mean?

      Members with Bronze status or higher are allowed to create staking offers as long as they themselves have 100 posts in the English Community
  • 1 reply
    • VorpalF2F
      Super Moderator
      Super Moderator
      Joined: 02.09.2010 Posts: 10,728
      Hi, MaxLange...
      There are two categories of posts in the Staking: Offers and Requests forum.
        Offers -- you have a pile of money in your bankroll you aren't using and you post an offer for others to apply to you for a portion of it. Since this is your money, you can do what you like with it, so the rules are more relaxed.
        Applications -- In this post you are asking other people to send you money. For this we want to ensure that the applicant has some sort of history with By requiring 300 posts, we give potential stakers something that they can review to help them decide whether or not the person can be trusted with their money.

      If you are offering to stake others we ask that you honour the the 300 post rule, and only stake people who comply.

      There are guidelines in [URL= +++ New Staking Rules for English Community +++]the staking rules[/URL] thread that are equally important. The 3rd post in that thread contains tips for applicants and stakers that participants are strongly advised to follow.

      For example, if you don't provide recent results and screen names, your application won't be denied, but you likely won't find any backers either.

      If you make an offer, someone accepts, and you don't get photocopies of their ID, and proof of residence, then your money is at increased risk.

      Feel free to ask any other questions...

      Best of luck,